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All-Clad
Stainless Steel Tri-Ply Bonded Dishwasher Safe Fry Pan
Calphalon
Unison Nonstick 8-Inch and 10-Inch Omelette Pan Set
Cuisinart
Chef's Classic Nonstick Hard-Anodized 12-Inch Skillet
Universal Housewares
Pre-Seasoned Cast Iron 3 Piece Skillet Set
T-fal
Professional Total Nonstick Oven Safe Thermo-Spot
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Good

Aluminum/stainless steel combination is great for cooking. Safe for oven and dishwasher.

Made of quality anodized aluminum. Two types of finish for two types of cooking. Easy to clean.

Cooking body made of heavy, anodized aluminum. Stainless steel handle.

Made of genuine cast iron, but not too heavy. This three-piece set arrives pre-seasoned.

Quality non-stick coating. Stainless steel surface supports induction cooking.

Bad

Expensive. Overheating could lead to discoloration/scorch marks.

These pans are smaller than some other contenders. The usual Teflon-related precautions must be taken.

Pan is on the heavier side. Not suitable for magnetic induction stove tops.

Pans are on the smaller side. May require a few more "seasoning" sessions to create a good non-stick surface.

Convex cooking surface could be problematic for some runny foods/batters.

Bottom Line

Suitable for multiple types of cooking, this high-quality skillet is the best available.

An affordable set of aluminum pans for those who want nonstick quality and don't mind the smaller sizes.

With a Teflon coating that is heartier than some competitors, this affordable pan would be a good addition to many kitchens.

Made of quality cast iron that should occasionally be re-seasoned, this mid-range set is suitable for smaller households.

A bargain-priced skillet with minor durability concerns and surprisingly advanced cooking benefits. The best deal available.

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Skillets

We present five of the best skillets from five of the best manufacturers for your consideration. All of our top contenders are made of quality components, but which product would best suit your needs?

Products we considered

All-Clad
Stainless Steel Tri-Ply Bonded Dishwasher Safe Fry Pan
Calphalon
Unison Nonstick 8-Inch and 10-Inch Omelette Pan Set
Cuisinart
Chef's Classic Nonstick Hard-Anodized 12-Inch Skillet
Universal Housewares
Pre-Seasoned Cast Iron 3 Piece Skillet Set
T-fal
Professional Total Nonstick Oven Safe Thermo-Spot

Considerations

Construction/Design

When it comes to skillet design, there is no single construction material that trumps all the rest. Some of our top contenders use cast iron, a time-proven material that offers even heating, natural nonstick qualities, and durability. Others use aluminum, which provides quick, steady heat and a non-reactive cooking surface. Stainless steel supplies the magnetic properties needed for induction cooking and a smooth surface that resists sticking and burning. In this section of our review, we discuss the pros and cons of each contender's base materials and design elements.

Performance

Cooking with a cast iron skillet calls for a different technique than cooking with a triple-ply aluminum/stainless steel model. Furthermore, certain skillets have limitations when it comes to ovens, broilers, and dishwashers. In this section, we examine each top contender's performance in the kitchen, including such considerations as heating times, cooking surface, nonstick qualities, and versatility.

Ease of Maintenance

Some of our contenders are dishwasher safe, but others should be washed by hand in order to preserve their integrity. Cast iron skillets often require diligent maintenance between uses to avoid pitting, rusting, and other types of damage. Stainless steel skillets should be treated with special cleansers to avoid marring the cooking surface. We rate each top skillet in terms of ease of cleaning, storage, and long-term maintenance.

Price

Our shortlist of top skillet contenders has a wide variety of retail price points, and there is definitely a correlation between higher cost and better performance. However, we believe that a skillet should be purchased according to personal preferences and needs, not just price. (An expensive stainless steel/aluminum skillet is great for magnetic induction heating, for example, but stainless steel arrives with a learning curve. A cheap skillet is easily affordable, but durability could become an issue over time.) In this section of our review, we consider each top contender's retail price as it relates to performance and customer satisfaction.

Considerations

Construction & Design

All-Clad 41126 Stainless Steel Tri-Ply Bonded Dishwasher Safe Fry Pan with Lid / Cookware, 12-Inch, Silver

Aluminum is an excellent heat conductor, but it is also very soft and prone to warping over time. The All-Clad 41126 Stainless Steel Tri-Ply Bonded Fry Pan with Lid addresses this issue by encasing an aluminum core between two layers of 18/10 stainless steel. This tri-ply design allows the All-Clad 41126 to provide the even cooking temperature of aluminum along with the stick- and rust-resistant qualities of stainless steel. The stainless steel handle is riveted securely to the pan and remains fairly cool to the touch during stove top use. The All-Clad is rated for oven use up to 500 degrees Fahrenheit and is dishwasher safe. The skillet's sides flare out to around 12 inches in diameter, but the actual cooking surface is closer to nine inches.

Calphalon Unison Nonstick 8-Inch and 10-Inch Omelette Pan Set

The Calphalon Unison Nonstick set of pans (eight inches and ten inches) is made of aluminum, but it is an anodized form of aluminum that provides a heaviness not always found in other nonstick skillets. The Calphalon Unison's two pans may look similar, but a difference exists between each pan's nonstick finish. One skillet has an ultra-smooth "SLIDE" finish that allows foods like eggs and crepes to skid right off the pan and onto a plate. The other pan features a "SEAR" finish that keeps foods like meat and vegetables stable while browning or searing. The skillets use a standard PTFE (Teflon) nonstick coating, so the usual advice about nonstick cookware (don't use cooking spray, avoid high temperatures) still applies.

Cuisinart 622-30G Chef's Classic Nonstick Hard-Anodized 12-Inch Skillet with Glass Cover

The Cuisinart 622-30G Chef's Classic Nonstick Hard-Anodized 12-Inch Skillet with Glass Cover's most redeeming design feature is its hard anodized aluminum base, which is said to be harder than stainless steel. The cooking surface is estimated to be a generous 10.5 inches in diameter; the edges flare out to 12 inches to accommodate spatulas and other tools. The riveted stainless steel handles are noticeably heavier than those found on other top contenders, and the base is also heavier than others on our shortlist. This could be problematic for consumers with physical limitations but ideal for people who want flat-bottomed cookware. The Cuisinart 622-30G Chef's Classic Skillet is considered to be oven-safe up to 500 degrees Fahrenheit, but it is not dishwasher safe. We aren't extremely impressed with the skillet's glass cover, as the pan could become warped over time and the glass lid would not fit very securely in that scenario. The nonstick coating contains titanium, which should improve the skillet's durability, but we have received some reports of flaking and peeling after a few months of use. Careful cleaning and storage practices, along with proper heating techniques, should keep this potential problem at bay.

Universal Housewares Pre-Seasoned Cast Iron 3 Piece Skillet Set

Long before the invention of chemical coatings such as PTFE (Teflon), cast iron skillets were the nonstick cookware of choice. Universal Housewares has been making cast iron cookware since the 1840s, and the Universal Housewares Pre-Seasoned Cast Iron 3 Piece Skillet Set is part of that legacy. Cooking with cast iron can be challenging, especially because of its heavier weight and slow heating time, but many people actually prefer cast iron to nonstick aluminum. The Universal Housewares set has three separate pans, but they are surprisingly small compared to the traditional 12- and 15- inch skillets most people seek. The smallest pan could easily be described as a "one-egg wonder." The medium pan is only 7.85 inches in diameter. The largest pan is 10.5 inches, which may be enough to prepare cornbread or fry meats – two popular uses for cast iron skillets. Potential buyers should note that the handle gets very hot. We believe this skillet set would suit the needs of one or two people at most. Those looking to make larger meals may find these skillets to be on the small side.

T-fal E93808 Professional Nonstick Oven Safe Thermo-Spot Heat Indicator Fry Pan / Saute Pan Dishwasher Safe Cookware, 12-Inch, Black

Generally speaking, most nonstick skillets can be described as aluminum frying pans coated in a layer or two of Teflon. However, the T-fal E93808 Professional Total Nonstick Thermo-Spot Heat Indicator Fry Pan/Saute Pan goes beyond those expectations. Yes, its main component is still aluminum, but it also has a stainless steel cooking surface that supports induction cooking. Instead of using a standard form of PTFE nonstick coating, the T-fal E93808 uses a more durable and metal-safe Prometal Pro material for the interior surface. The handle is riveted to the pan and sports a heat-resistant silicone grip for additional comfort. One of the T-fal's most useful design features is a heat-sensitive circle of paint embedded in the cooking surface. When the skillet has reached a proper temperature, the circle's appearance changes to solid red. The slightly convex shape of the T-fal E93808's cooking surface is a deliberate design element, but some users may find it less than helpful when working with runny foods or batters.

The special thermal sensor embedded in the T-fal E93808 skillet's cooking surface indicates precisely when the pan has reached a proper temperature.
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Performance

All-Clad 41126 Stainless Steel Tri-Ply Bonded Dishwasher Safe Fry Pan

Unlike several of our other top contenders, the All-Clad 41126 Stainless Steel Tri-Ply Bonded Fry Pan with Lid doesn't feature a nonstick coating. However, cooking with stainless steel can be quite satisfying when the proper cooking methods are followed. Because the All-Clad 41126's outer layer is magnetic stainless steel, the skillet performs well on stove tops that employ gas, electricity, ceramic, and magnetic induction. The lid is oven-safe, so many recipes could be started on the stove top and finished in a relatively hot oven. (This is not always possible with aluminum-based nonstick skillets.)

Calphalon Unison Nonstick 8-Inch and 10-Inch Omelette Pan Set

Many people are familiar with commercials for nonstick cookware that show eggs slipping around a pan with no resistance at all. This is the level of real-life performance you can expect from Calphalon's set of Unison pans. The skillet with the SLIDE nonstick finish especially lives up to its reputation. Most foods will not even come close to sticking to either pan; only a light coating of standard cooking oil would ever be required. In terms of size, the cooking surfaces of this set cannot compare to some other contenders. However, many people use skillets to prepare just a few eggs or a small stack of pancakes. Calphalon's 10-inch SEAR pan is large enough to grill a sandwich or cook a pork chop or chicken breast. The pans are considered oven-safe up to 500 degrees Fahrenheit, but potential buyers should note that the riveted stainless steel handles can get very hot.

Cuisinart 622-30G Chef's Classic Nonstick Hard-Anodized 12-Inch Skillet

When it comes to the overall performance of the Cuisinart 622-30G Chef's Classic Nonstick Hard-Anodized 12-Inch Skillet with Glass Cover, we find very few negatives. However, this skillet does have a few known issues. Weight and balance can be serious considerations when it comes to skillets, and some users may find the heavy Cuisinart 622-30G difficult to hold for longer periods of time. The pan is not suitable for magnetic induction use, but it's great for gas, electric, glass top, and ceramic stoves. On the plus side, the pan's thick aluminum base maintains steady heat with no hot or cold spots. Performing typical tasks such as flipping, tossing, and rolling pose no problems for most users. The pan's three-quart liquid capacity is great for creating sauces and parboiling meats. And we appreciate any skillet that can go from the stove top to a 500-degree oven if required!

Universal Housewares Pre-Seasoned Cast Iron 3 Piece Skillet Set

As the only cast iron skillet set on our shortlist, the Universal Housewares Pre-Seasoned Cast Iron 3 Piece Skillet Set delivers the same level of performance as the cast iron cookware of days past. It is completely oven-safe and pre-seasoned in the factory for immediate use right out of the box. (Seasoning a cast iron skillet means baking a layer of oil or shortening on the entire pan to create a carbonized cooking surface that naturally resists sticking.) Although the Universal Housewares set arrives pre-seasoned, some owners suggest that that several more seasoning sessions are required to build up a proper nonstick coating. The individual skillets are relatively lightweight compared to more traditional cast iron models, which may be a good thing for older users. We recommend the purchase of silicone handle grips to prevent burns and wooden or plastic kitchen tools to help preserve the baked-on seasoning.

T-fal E93808 Professional Total Nonstick Oven Safe Thermo-Spot

Because many nonstick skillets are made from non-magnetic aluminum, they are not suitable for magnetic induction cooking. However, the T-fal E93808 skillet is an exception to that rule. With the inclusion of a magnetic stainless steel plate, induction cooking is now possible. This is definitely a plus, but the trade-off is that the rest of the skillet is still made from soft aluminum that is susceptible to warping and other heat-related damage over time. We appreciate the metal-safe qualities of the Prometal Pro nonstick coating, since special nonstick kitchen tools may not be on hand all the time. The pan's convex shape is designed to allow oils and other cooking fats to drain to the outside of the cooking surface, but some customers have issues with the less-than-pretty final results, especially with runny foods like eggs or thin batters like pancakes or crepes. However, we believe the benefits of the T-fal's nonstick coating and stainless steel cooking surface outweigh the challenges of this dome-shaped pan.

The All-Clad 41126 Stainless Steel Fry Pan is rated for oven use up to 500 degrees Fahrenheit and is dishwasher safe.
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Considerations

Ease of Maintenance

All-Clad 41126 Stainless Steel Tri-Ply Bonded Dishwasher Safe Fry Pan

Stainless steel skillets may not be as prone to rusting as cast iron, and they may not face the durability issues of nonstick aluminum skillets, but they do have a few maintenance concerns of their own. The All-Clad 41126 Stainless Steel Tri-Ply Bonded Fry Pan with Lid is considered dishwasher safe, although many owners prefer to wash their high-end kitchen tools by hand. Overheating the All-Clad 41126 could lead to discoloration and scorch marks; this wouldn't necessarily affect the skillet's performance, but it would definitely affect its appearance. We recommend using a low-abrasive scrubbing product designed specifically for stainless steel cookware.

Calphalon Unison Nonstick 8-Inch and 10-Inch Omelette Pan Set

One advantage of nonstick cookware is easy clean-up (as long as the owner follows some basic guidelines). The Calphalon Unison Nonstick 8-Inch and 10-Inch Omelette Pan Set is not considered safe for the dishwasher, so hand washing with a non-metallic scrubber and a mild detergent is recommended. One bad habit home cooks should break is putting hot, nonstick pans directly into the sink from the stove. This can cause serious damage to the nonstick coating and the pan's overall integrity. Fortunately, the Calphalon Unison's hard anodized aluminum base can survive occasional rough handling, and our research noted only a handful of customer complaints about flaking or chipping.

Cuisinart 622-30G Chef's Classic Nonstick Hard-Anodized 12-Inch Skillet

One common drawback with any nonstick skillet is the eventual loss of coating. The Cuisinart 622-30G's coating contains titanium, which is designed to improve durability and adhesion. While we would like to say this claim is true in real-life conditions, the results are mixed. Careful hand washing with non-metallic brushes and gentle detergents should be enough to keep the Cuisinart 622-30G clean between uses, but a combination of high heat, "nested" storage with other equipment, and aggressive cleaning techniques could damage the nonstick coating. However, the majority of satisfied users say the Cuisinart's nonstick coating is an improvement over cheaper Teflon models.

Universal Housewares Pre-Seasoned Cast Iron 3 Piece Skillet Set

Cast iron is not dishwasher safe, so we recommend careful hand washing and minimal scrubbing instead. The Universal Housewares Pre-Seasoned Cast Iron 3 Piece Skillet Set contains smaller pans that could easily overheat. As such, users should be aware that a potentially hazardous situation called "thermal shock" could occur. Once a cast iron skillet has become fully heated, it should not come into contact with any kind of cold water. The sudden change in temperature could cause the pan to split or even shatter. Cast iron skillets should be allowed to cool down gradually before they are washed. Owners suggest that the Universal Housewares cast iron skillets should be wiped with a damp cloth, dried thoroughly to avoid rusting or pitting, then lightly oiled and stored separately. Aggressive scrubbing could inadvertently remove the seasoning, but re-seasoning the skillets on a regular basis is a good practice to follow.

T-fal E93808 Professional Total Nonstick Oven Safe Thermo-Spot

TheT-fal E93808 Professional Total Nonstick Oven Safe Thermo-Spot Heat Indicator Fry Pan / Saute Pan is safe for the dishwasher, but we would still recommend a quick hand washing in warm, soapy water once the pan has cooled down sufficiently. Although the T-Fal's Prometal Pro nonstick coating is considered metal-safe, users should still avoid aggressive scrubbing with abrasives or metal brushes. The most common concern among owners seems to be the durability of the T-fal's aluminum, which can warp under excessive heat and/or become damaged during storage. The T-fal E93808 does not arrive with a matching lid, but owners note that some 12-inch lids made by other manufacturers fit the T-fal skillet fairly well. Whatever you decide to do with the T-fal skillet, we do not recommend running it over with an SUV to address the domed bottom issue. (One customer actually tried this tactic with less-than-spectacular results!) We say keep the T-fal clean, avoid overheating it, and hang it by its handle in order to keep it in good working order.

The All-Clad's tri-ply design provides the even cooking benefits of aluminum and the stick- and rust-resistant qualities of stainless steel.
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Price

All-Clad 41126 Stainless Steel Tri-Ply Bonded Dishwasher Safe Fry Pan

The All-Clad name has become synonymous with pro-grade cookware, but this also means it has become associated with a pro-grade price point. At $119, All-Clad's 41126 Stainless Steel Tri-Ply Bonded Fry Pan with Lid is a long-term investment in quality. Many owners agree that the final results justify the additional expense. Indeed, investing in one high-end skillet and lid makes more economic sense than replacing several entry-level skillets that, over time, have become damaged beyond repair or have lost their nonstick coatings.

Calphalon Unison Nonstick 8-Inch and 10-Inch Omelette Pan Set

Calphalon is a well-respected brand name in kitchen equipment circles, and it is often seen as the affordable, high-quality alternative to more expensive professional brands like All-Clad and Williams Sonoma. At $57, the Calphalon Unison Nonstick 8-Inch and 10-Inch Omelette Pan Set is a great nonstick set of anodized aluminum pans that can compete with All-Clad. Although it is not suitable for induction cooking, the Calphalon set provides even heating for other common heat sources (gas, electric, glass top). We recommend it to those who want to upgrade their workhorse skillet without breaking the bank.

Cuisinart 622-30G Chef's Classic Nonstick Hard-Anodized 12-Inch Skillet

At a cost of $32, the Cuisinart 622-30G's price is clearly in the mid-range of our top contenders. We believe its heavy anodized aluminum base and overall versatility make it worth the modest investment. Other nonstick skillets at this price point are not oven-safe at all, and their standard PTFE (Teflon) coatings are prone to flaking and peeling. The Cuisinart 622-30G's nonstick coating is reinforced with titanium, one of the hardest metals on Earth. We recommend this skillet to those who want to replace warped cookware with an affordable, bottom-heavy upgrade. The heaviness may not be ideal for older users or those with physical limitations, but it does help level out the heating ability of older ranges and ovens. We are not as impressed with the glass lid as we are with the pan itself, but a replacement lid could be purchased separately if needed.

Universal Housewares Pre-Seasoned Cast Iron 3 Piece Skillet Set

The Universal Housewares Pre-Seasoned Cast Iron 3 Piece Skillet Set's retail price of $31 puts it in the middle of our top contender pack. And yet, it is a bargain compared to the price of traditional cast iron cookware found elsewhere. The fact that this set includes three different skillet sizes is advantageous in that users could potentially cook three different dishes at once. We wouldn't recommend this particular set for a larger family, but a single person or couple could certainly enjoy it. Aluminum and stainless steel skillets have their place in today's modern kitchen, but only cast iron can handle the demands of a campfire or outdoor grill with such integrity. The Universal Housewares Pre-Seasoned Cast Iron 3 Piece Skillet Set is a good investment for those with modest needs who seek the tried-and-true results of genuine cast iron cookware.

T-fal E93808 Professional Total Nonstick Oven Safe Thermo-Spot

With a retail price of only $26, the T-fal E93808 Professional Total Nonstick Oven Safe Thermo-Spot Heat Indicator Fry Pan / Saute Pan is an incredible bargain for home cooks who seek the performance and versatility of a high-end, tri-ply skillet and the affordability and convenience of aluminum-based, nonstick cookware. Many nonstick skillets in the T-fal's price range are limited to gas or electric stove top use, and they are most definitely not safe for oven or dishwasher use. The T-fal's stainless steel insert allows for magnetic induction cooking, a feature generally found in more expensive stainless steel pans with flat bottoms. We believe the T-fal E93808's entry-;evel price and surprisingly advanced performance makes it an ideal housewarming or wedding gift, as well as a reliable piece of everyday cookware for home chefs. While it might not be as oven-safe as other top contenders – and it doesn't include its own matching lid – the T-fal E93808 skillet can still perform a lot of different cooking tasks, reducing the need for other bulky cookware,

While other aluminum skillets are not safe for oven use at all, the T-fal can handle oven temperatures of up to 350 degrees Fahrenheit.

Best of the Best

There are a few brands of kitchen equipment that practically scream "quality." All-Clad is one of them. The highly popular All-Clad 41126 Stainless Steel Tri-Ply Fry Pan with Lid does not disappoint!

The All-Clad's tri-ply construction (an aluminum core sandwiched between two layers of stainless steel) provides excellent heat retention, and it's safe for the oven, broiler, and dishwasher. Its riveted, stay-cool handle allows users to perform all of the flips, shakes, and tosses required during cooking. What's more, the magnetic, stainless steel bottom makes the All-Clad 41126 ideal for induction cooking, a heating method growing in popularity. For these reasons and more, we gladly declare the All-Clad 41126 Stainless Steel Tri-Ply Bonded Fry Pan with Lid to be the Best of the Best!

Some consumers may be reluctant to invest in professional-grade cookware such as the All-Clad 41126 Skillet. At a cost of $119, this is understandable. However, quality results in the kitchen often begin with quality equipment. Aluminum-based nonstick skillets are great for creating quick stove top dishes like omelettes or grilled sandwiches, but most of them are not oven or broiler safe, which limits their usefulness. A good stainless steel skillet has the versatility to go from the stove top to the oven. This allows cooks to finish off meat dishes and other recipes with longer cooking times. If you're looking to upgrade your own kitchen – or you need a great housewarming gift for another home cook – you'll want to consider the benefits and exceptional warranty terms of the All-Clad 41126 Stainless Steel Tri-Ply Bonded Fry Pan with Lid!

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The All-Clad's tri-ply construction (an aluminum core sandwiched between two layers of stainless steel) provides excellent heat retention, and it's safe for the oven, broiler, and dishwasher.

Best Bang for Your Buck

A 12-inch skillet can be a godsend in the kitchen, especially when that skillet is a top-notch, nonstick workhorse like the T-fal E93808. At a low cost of just $26, it's the Best Bang for Your Buck.

While high-end models like the Calphalon and All-Clad fit the bill with stainless steel and pro-grade aluminum construction, most home cooks would be completely satisfied with a single-ply aluminum skillet with a good nonstick coating. All of our top skillet contenders are clearly worth consideration, but the one we feel delivers the best performance for a minimal financial investment is the T-fal E93808 Professional Total Nonstick Oven Safe Thermo-Spot Heat Indicator Fry Pan/Saute Pan.

Nonstick cookware has faced a number of public perception problems over the years. The chemicals used in nonstick coatings have come under scrutiny, and many bargain-priced models have proven to be no bargain at all. They are easily damaged by heat, rough handling, and poor storage practices. But the T-fal E93808 skillet addresses these concerns brilliantly. The nonstick coating is not the standard PTFE (Teflon) found on other skillets at its price point, and it will not flake off under normal conditions. The special thermal sensor embedded in the skillet's cooking surface indicates precisely when the pan has reached a proper temperature. While other aluminum skillets are not safe for oven use at all, the T-fal can handle oven temperatures of up to 350 degrees Fahrenheit. Silicone grips keep the T-fal's riveted handle cool on the stove top, and its flared sides make flipping, stirring, and other skillet techniques easier to perform. At this price, it makes good economic sense to buy several of these skillets at one time for parties and other occasions.

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The T-fal's nonstick coating is not the standard PTFE (Teflon) found on other skillets at its price point. It will not flake off under normal conditions.
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