- Hard-anodized surface is great for searing and deglazing
- Safe for use in the oven and under the broiler
- Use any type of utensil with the pan
- Suitable for electric, gas and ceramic stovetops
- Lifetime warranty
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- - - less non-stick - yuk. Everyone has non-stick. I grant that Calphalon needs non-stick in its lineup but it's been difficult to find the Hard Anodized pan I was looking for (10") to compliment my 8" omelet pan which is at least 10 years old. Yes, HA requires more care, but if used correctly it can give years of non-stick service. This particular 10" pan should have a wide, flat steel handle like the older ones. Slide on a handle cover and it works great but on the 10" the handle is too narrow for pan control. Never-the-less, I'm glad to have it. Hope to get years of use out of it. Make more!
You would be better off buying stainless cookware if you were interested in this pan. I wanted a pan for high heat in the oven and saw that it was broiler safe. I don't know how I got side tracked...
Followed directions on seasoning pan for initial use. Everything sticks to this pan. Will contact manufacturer for replacement.
4 out of 5 stars, based on 72 ratings
79% of reviewers recommend this product
81% say this is a "good value"
I was concerned my omlettes or scrambled eggs might stick because this wasn't a non-stick pan....boy was I wrong! I sprayed a touch of cooking spray on it, JUST like a do my non-stick, and everything slides right out like a dream! I cook breakfast eggs on it every day and it's just as wonderful as the day I bought it. I don't put it in the dishwasher I just hand wash and dry it. Cleaning is so easy I've never had to use an sos pad or scratchy side of my sponge. I've read reviewers who say things stick, but I have to wonder if a little common sense wouldn't fix that by using a little cooking spray or oil considering it's not a non-stick. Non-stick pans will flake and they aren't forever non-stick anyway with regular use so I'd rather spend my money on something that will last AND is healthier. Further benefits I have with this versus non-stick are COMPLETELY EVEN COOKING throughout my food and PERFECT EGGS! It's a miraculous little pan and I am going to purchase more from this line. I can't say enough about it and I think this will last me many, many years. If your on the fence, try it. I promise the lasting quality of this pan is a bargain for twice price!
I really like the commercial hard anodized that do not have the non stick coating. My pan preference is the commercial hard anodized for fry pans and tri-ply for sauce pans and stock pots. I wish you had the everyday pan in the commercial hard anodized.
I have been using your 10" Omelette Pan for years and love it. We just purchased this new one to use at our weekend home. I prefer the Commercial finish to the non stick, and have had trouble finding it. I am pleased that you have re-introduced this line.
This is advertised as an OMLETTE pan. That gives buyers the impression that this is a non-stick pan. To my horror, everything stuck to the pan. I will never use this and I wasted precious good money. This product needs to be more specific in its purpose of use, emphasizing that if you try to cook eggs or pancakes on it, you will be so sorry you did!
Even egg whites stick to the surface and that's after spraying the pan with non-stick cooking spray. We purchased this pan to replace a Calphalon pan we had for many years, as the non-stick coating was starting to come off in our food. I am very disappointed that Calphalon would put out a pan of this caliber, not too mention call it "commercial" grade cookware.
I ordered the 10" Omelette Pan because of my past positive experience with the Calphalon products. I previously owned and operated a kitchen-gourmet shop. I carried Calphalon when it first came out. It was also used in my demonstration kitchen for cooking classes. In addition, I gave a complete set to my son as a wedding gift. Do I like Calphalon...an emphatic YES! I also like the new stay-cool handles opposed to the rubber handles we used to put on.
I have had my classic Commercial Hard Anodized cookware for years, but I did not have a 10 inch fry pan and I really wanted one. I was thrilled to see it at such a great price! Using this fry pan is already a pleasure and it will be used as much as my 12 inch fry pan and my 5 quart saute. Next on the list is the 7 quart dutch oven!
I have been using your products for a number of years and have remained totally satisfied with all of them. Simply, that is why I keep purchasing them. I have not found all the ones that I wanted over the years and I am a little sad about that but I own a very complete working set of kitchen necessities manufactured by Calphalon. To put things into perspective for you, my other choice would have been All-clad. You make a good product. Keep up the good work and I will continue to purchase Calphalon.
Have fond memories of the "original" Calphalon cookware, and wanted to try it again. After some research, found that it was still available, but appeared that only the omelette pans were "the real thing" (could the rest of the line be made to "value standards" off-shore?). Anyway, tried the pan, and it's just as I remembered it. Not completely non-stick, but a great pan for eggs or a grilled cheese.
I've been using Calphalon for quite a few years. My other pots and pans have held up to many years of cooking by different people. I bought this pan but when I opened the package there was three deep scratches. Does this affect the pan and cooking with it? Probably not but, I do not like paying for something that is new with blemishes.
I had one of these original pans years ago and loved it until food started sticking after many years of use. So, I tossed it and went to non-stick. But, non-stick wears out. I was excited to see this pan available again because I like the gently sloped sides of the pan better than the steep sides that I see on other pans. Unfortunately, the finish on the pan hasn't changed and food still sticks badly...even food high in fat (like bacon) stick to the pan. I've used the pan about 8-10 times now and I am very disappointed. Even my husband has complained about how food sticks. All my cookware is Calphalon so they make great products...just not this pan.
Am still in the "learning stage" when it comes to judging how much heat is necessary. But so far so good. I dislike that it can't be put in the dishwasher and has to be hand washed after each use. But I knew that before I bought it and am counting it as "worth it" because of the quality of the pan, which is very good.
This product line is simple, low cost, and very nice compared to all the other lines with non-stick surface. The fact that you can use metal utelsils on this one makes all the difference. The finish isn't a detailed as their older, and much more expensive line - but cooking wise, this is perfect.