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A new entrant in induction compatible stainless lined copper cookware

DonaldT123 | May 22, 202004:21 AM     77

Hi all,

As a few people have made inquiries about the best induction compatible cookware, I'd like to mention a new entrant into this field, Atelier Du Cuivre. Previously only Prima Matera owned that space, although their copper wasn't that thick (1.8 mm) they were the only game in town, until the recent entry of Falk, with their copper core line (1.9 mm copper core). Well, imagine my utter surprise when I visited the Atelier Du Cuivre website today (where I previously bought a set of the rivetless, stainless lined copper saucepans), to see that they have introduced an induction compatible set of stainless lined copper saucepans! They've done this by melding an induction compatible stainless disc to the bottom of the pans (see photo), similar to Prima Matera. The difference of their line vs the others just mentioned is that their copper thickness is true 2.5mm thick (I measured it slightly thicker actually), that is copper thickness alone, none of this including the stainless lining in the measurement like Falk or MB. Their saucepans are also rivet free, although no pouring rims on the saucepans and they have cast iron handles (the other manufacturers offer rust free stainless handles). If I had known they would release this new line, I'd have waited for it, as these saucepans have the advantage of working both on gas and induction. They are missing the smaller 12cm saucepan and the induction compatible copper cookware range is limited to just the saucepans at the moment. They also mention on the website, these are the last items in stock. Having cooked with their normal stainless lined copper saucepans, I can honestly say the performance of the pans is exemplary, being true 2.5 mm copper, you'd expect that. The new line is expensive of course, but if you truly want the best, I'd have to say this new line would qualify as the best in my opinion, since no one else at the moment is offering the performance of true 2.5mm copper in an induction compatible saucepan. If you don't like rivets, well as mentioned (just like their normal line) they are rivet free as well. If you're in the market and can afford them, I wouldn't hesitate.

Induction Copper pan with stainless steel Diameter 20cm

Copper pan with stainless steel coating and an iron handle, with a steel plate added on the bottom to make it compatible with induction plates

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