10" French Skillet, 12" French Skille
The Circulon Symmetry Chocolate Hard-Anodized Nonstick 10-Inch and 12-Inch French Skillets work beautifully in tandem, and allow cooking with less added oil. The skillets are great at breakfast time for scrambling egg whites in one skillet while browning lean turkey sausage links in the other. Their attractive, contemporary exteriors add sophistication and style to any kitchen decor, and the heavy-duty hard-anodized aluminum construction is twice as solid as stainless steel for long-lasting durability. The French skillets’ interiors feature the TOTAL® Food Release System of PFOA-free premium-quality advanced nonstick on raised circles. This superior nonstick technology is metal utensil safe, ideal when flipping buckwheat pancakes or turning seasoned skinless chicken breasts, and offers extraordinary food release and easy cleanup. Rubberized stainless steel handles offer a comfortable grasp, and the skillets are also oven safe to 400°F. Conveniently dishwasher safe, the French skillets make perfect additions or beginnings for a well-rounded Circulon collection in the kitchen.
Boasting superior nonstick technology, the Circulon Symmetry Chocolate Hard-Anodized Nonstick 10-Inch and 12-Inch French Skillets feature the ideal cookware duo for creating healthy, nutritious meals.
Graceful cast stainless steel handles are enhanced with silicone to provide a confident grip and are oven safe to 400°F. This cookware is dishwasher safe.
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Thank you for purchasing our cookware. We wish you years of cooking enjoyment. The Circulon® cookware in this box is manufactured and inspected to ensure cooking performance. If you are not satisfied with the performance of our non-stick system, we will replace it completely free of charge. That's our promise to you.
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