Came across this very interesting line and more precisely material.
What makes this interesting, and wildly so, is the claim of highly conductive non-nickel stainless steel. Edit. (Debunked this ridiculous claim already though.. be warned..)
"SOLIDTEKNICS nöni™ (non-nickel) is genuine world-first in cookware: seamless one-piece production wrought stainless steel saucepans. Made in Australia from ferritic (highly conductive) stainless steel (specially made for us and imported from Germany - Australia doesn't make stainless steel anymore). Our solid stainless steel range is perfect for all liquid boiling, slow cooking, acidic sauces, and is very low maintenance. "
EDIT! Found more about the conductivity, and apparently Solidtekniks is just doing ridiculous marketing claims, unfortunately.
"Do you have any evidence for this surprising claim?
The university tests are coming up, but meanwhile it is well documented that thermal conductivity for the austenitic stainless steels (eg. 18/10) is a poor 16 W/m-c, while our ferritic stainless is 26 W/m-c.....a significant difference that you will certainly feel in cooking."
Pure aluminum and copper are at 220 and 380 eespectively in W/m-c.
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