Evernew Slick Non-Stick Titanium Frying Pan

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Evernew really knew what they were doing when they…

Rating: rated 5 of 5 stars
Price Paid: $30

Evernew really knew what they were doing when they made this one. I like some luxuries when backpacking, and I am willing pay more to save a little weight. I also like to eat well, but I do not like to spend time cleaning up.

This little baby fits the bill perfectly. At only 5 oz, and 7ΒΌ inches, it is just the right size for cooking for one or two persons. The curved sides allow better heat distribution and easy cleaning. The folding handles with silicone heat resistance really do work well. I only use a plastic spatula or spoon, and I pack the pan carefully to avoid scratching the non-stick.
Keep flame settings low to avoid burning (as one would with any thin walled pot).

A must have for the light-weight enthusiast who likes to cook good meals! Definitely worth the cost.

Retailers' Descriptions

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Available only at REI, this ultra-lightweight frying pan features an improved non-stick coating that makes clean-up a snap. Curved, silicone-covered handles swing out for a burn-free grip; handles pack flat against pan for compact storage. Extra-thick silicon ceramic coating is superior, passing tests for heat, corrosion, frying and scratch-resistant hardness. Lighter than steel and stronger than aluminum, corrosion-resistant, chemically non-reactive titanium conducts heat efficiently. Maintain the durability and integrity of coating and pot by avoiding cooking empty and using intense concentrated heat that can cause overheating. Rounded bottom edges offer more surface area to the flame and are easier to clean.

- REI

Evernew Slick Non-Stick Titanium Frying Pan

Discontinued

The Slick Non-Stick Titanium Frying Pan has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$42.95

The Evernew Slick Non-Stick Titanium Frying Pan is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 8, 2008 at REI.

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