We cook all our dishes starting on low and gradually turning it up. Subscribe to Robb Report today I like the vent in the glass lid, and find heat distribution to be even on both gas and electric burners. Excellent for frying a batch of chicken. After time however it sucked. It cleans in seconds. Reviewed in the United States on February 5, 2017, We bought one of these back in 2013. Save up to 70% off  the cover price. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Swiss Diamond Nonstick Fry Pan with Lid - 8" at Amazon.com. You can still see all customer reviews for the product. But Swiss Diamond is by far the best you can buy, as long as you clean them the way they are supposed to be cleaned, hand wash only and never start a dish on high heat, that will destroy the finish. Swiss Diamond® is the #1 nonstick cookware. I’ve had this pan for the last 4-5 years, using it once or twice a week for all kinds of cooking: omelets, stewed vegetables, mushrooms, burgers, etc. Hopefully, the pan will continue to function well for a very long time. Subscribe Today at Huge Savings! None of the brands were durable. Many non stick pans (like those copper pans that are so popular on TV) claim to be non stick and they're not bad. Low heat, no cook sprays, silicone utensils, and always hand washed. To protect the coating, you can’t get them too hot, generally can’t transfer them from range to stove and can’t be too aggressive with your utensils. My landlord lady, who lives upstairs, is afraid the fumes from nonstick frying pans might pass through the walls will kill her pet parrot, so I have to take my new Swiss Diamond frying pan to my nieces' warehouse to cook where the feral cats also agree it cooks very well.. Disabling it will result in some disabled or missing features. Though they’ve certainly improved compared to the Teflon coatings of the past that ran the risk of flaking off, there are still some serious limitations to most nonstick pans. Reviewed in the United States on December 13, 2017. Non stick surface has failed. RR1 is the private membership club that brings the pages of Robb Report to life. The best of everything is waiting for you! But I don't know how long that will last. Unlike my trusty cast iron skillet that can take so much abuse I’ll probably be able to hand it down to my son, or my stainless steel pans that have been going strong for nearly a decade, nonstick pans have been generally disposable in my hands. Not worth the $60.00 we paid. They asked for brighter pictures of the failed pan then they immediately closed the ticket as "resolved". The tiniest drop of oil will maintain that your food releases easily, whether you have baked, fried or broiled in the pan. Reviewed in the United States on December 7, 2012. https://thecookwaregeek.com/swiss-diamond-cookware-set-review So Don't buy the pan if you are counting on the warranty … Still, I decided to go for a Swiss diamond crepe pan. Had for 2 years and eggs stick to it even over low heat with oil. Plus, get the exclusive Robb Report tote bag FREE. I generally let the pan cool, then rinse it using only my fingers, then give it a quick swab with a soapy sponge. And even as I’ve put the pan through the rigors of a frequent home cook, the nonstick has remained superior, with a fried egg cooked yesterday releasing pretty much as well as the first day I had the pan. Swiss Diamond just may be the answer to the home cook's wish. Now today 4/29/2018 we are unable to cook even eggs without the food sticking. Was really good then we first bought it but seemed to go down hill pretty quickly. Still, the non-stick coating has warn off, and I’ve switched to a 10-inch allclad which is a little smaller and lighter, though not as even as the Swiss diamond. When we first purchased in Sept 2017, it was great the food would slide in the pan. This is the largest pan in the Swiss Diamond line up and works beautifully. Please make sure that you are posting in the form of a question. As for the fumes, you need to get the darn thing up past 600 degrees F before anything gets released. And the crepe pan is pure magic. I never touch it with anything but a silicone spatula, and a brush to clean. Unfortunately, this damage is irreversible and requires the purchase of new cookware." Sign up for our newsletter and go inside the world of luxury. It did not last nine months. Top subscription boxes – right to your door, Swiss Diamond Nonstick Fry Pan with Lid - 8", See all details for Swiss Diamond Nonstick Fry Pan with Lid - 8", © 1996-2020, Amazon.com, Inc. or its affiliates. This is the perfect pan for eggs or fish, because they just slide out when cooked, and don't tear on the way to the plate. But there's a world of difference between "not bad" and truly excellent. This page works best with JavaScript. This is for the 12.5 inch Swiss Diamond frying pan with lid.