If you've ever wanted to try a Danish-made Scanpan non-stick skillet, which are not cheap, now is the time.
They have come out with an improved coating ("Stratanium", presumably still based on their ceramic titanium technology, that is supposed to be more non-stick and 50% more durable) and are apparently trying to off-load the older model cookwares (according to a sales person at Sur la Table).
I just picked up a $172 8-inch omelet skillet in Sur la Table's induction-compatible CTQ series (their branded version of the Scanpan CTX), which is on sale for $120 on the Scanpan website, for only $84 at Sur la Table's store in the Chestnut Hill Mall (also available for the same price on Sur la Table's website). Didn't come with a lid, but their non-induction Evolution series lids fit perfectly and are available separately (not on sale).
Early Mother's Day present...
BTW, Scanpans are astounding. Incredibly durable and non-stick (and I'm talking about the older coating, since I haven't tried the new). Dishwasher- and metal utensil-safe (although to be honest, I rarely do either of those things to mine, old habits die hard). I've never used a non-stick skillet from another manufacturer that was half as good. Like something out of Star Wars!