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Bonazza “nonstick” “frying pans”

Angelus2013 | Oct 3, 201804:02 PM     8

The seller is advertising them as "nonstick" despite the fact that they're plain stainless steel. They're also referring to the pans as "frying pans" when most other manufacturers would refer to them as straight sided saute pans. Other than that they do seem to be durably made pans. Although I expect the 8 inch pan to be a little more on the awkward side when it comes to using a spatula for getting eggs out of the pan.

There's also an almost identical set sold by Dilicis where the only difference is in the handles and logo.
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07...

Amazon.com BONAZZA Fry Pan Set Physical Nonstick Fully Clad TriPly Stainless Steel Frying Pan Set 8Inch 10Inch, Fast and Even Heating with All Cooktops Induction Dishwasher Safe FDA Approved PFOA Free Kitchen Dining

www.amazon.com
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