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Cristel Castel'Pro stainless?

Pertti | May 23, 202011:59 PM     24

Hi,

Does anyone own any pieces from this newest line by Cristel, maybe even a complete set? Been eyeballing this and casteline hard. Casteline seems to be reviewed very positively, and would indeed be better on my induction when it comes to evennes I'm sure. However at times the casteline looks a bit boring no, also its much more expensive? Love the detachbles though, as our kitchen is loaded with CI and ECI, so space is becoming an issue.

Would appreciate any user experiences / links to reviews of Castel'pro as it appears there is not much anything available anywhere? Thickness isn't disclosed?? I have some 3,5mm (at least in bottom) clad Fiskars Norden pieces though, which in same size appear a tad heavier.

Francecorner might have the best prices on this set, or would someone know better?

https://www.francecorner.com/cook/163...

CRISTEL: French manufacturer of up-market cookware and utensils.

Cristel

www.cristel.com
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