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Hard anodized aluminum construction for durability
Unique Thermo-Spot heat indicator for proper preheating
Hard Titanium nonstick interior for the ultimate and longest lasting performance
Riveted silicone handles for safety and comfort
TechnoResist Anti-warp Base; Oven safe to 400F; Lifetime Limited Warranty
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My last one (for which I paid slightly more than this, on sale, without the lid) was a joy to use a few times weekly for about 14 months, after which it pretty rapidly lost its non-stick property. I hate the waste, but the convenience is well worth this amount of money once a year, and still, so far, more than a half-century after they were invented, no truly non-stick pan seems to last for more than a few years of real use (at most) no matter how careful you are or how expensive it is, so there's little point in buying expensive versions. I use cast iron a lot, but for delicate things like fish it's much easier to have a 12" non-stick on-hand, and these are the best performing inexpensive ones I've found.
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Exactly. Test kitchen tested dozens of brands and found even the $100 non stick pans loose its slip and they recommend tfal as the brand to use because it's bang for buck. Just expect to replace every year 12-18 months or so depending on use. But with the cost so cheap it's worth it.

For me the ease of clean up makes it worth the money. Don't use a scrubbie though, will take many months off the nonstick.
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My last one (for which I paid slightly more than this, on sale, without the lid) was a joy to use a few times weekly for about 14 months, after which it pretty rapidly lost its non-stick property. I hate the waste, but the convenience is well worth this amount of money once a year, and still, so far, more than a half-century after they were invented, no truly non-stick pan seems to last for more than a few years of real use (at most) no matter how careful you are or how expensive it is, so there's little point in buying expensive versions. I use cast iron a lot, but for delicate things like fish it's much easier to have a 12" non-stick on-hand, and these are the best performing inexpensive ones I've found.
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If only i could get my sugar cured bacon to not stick to my lodge cast iron...
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My last one (for which I paid slightly more than this, on sale, without the lid) was a joy to use a few times weekly for about 14 months, after which it pretty rapidly lost its non-stick property. I hate the waste, but the convenience is well worth this amount of money once a year, and still, so far, more than a half-century after they were invented, no truly non-stick pan seems to last for more than a few years of real use (at most) no matter how careful you are or how expensive it is, so there's little point in buying expensive versions. I use cast iron a lot, but for delicate things like fish it's much easier to have a 12" non-stick on-hand, and these are the best performing inexpensive ones I've found.
Exactly. Test kitchen tested dozens of brands and found even the $100 non stick pans loose its slip and they recommend tfal as the brand to use because it's bang for buck. Just expect to replace every year 12-18 months or so depending on use. But with the cost so cheap it's worth it.

For me the ease of clean up makes it worth the money. Don't use a scrubbie though, will take many months off the nonstick.
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I bought this exact pan not too long ago from another retailer for a couple bucks less. Awesome pan! No complaints, well constructed and excellent no stick performance. Buy it
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It's actually a great pan for heavy-duty usage
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In for one. I have a lesser, albeit larger, version of this and like it.
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If you take care of the nonstick pans well, they last a few years. I cook every day, and all my non stick pans are 3-4 years old and don't even have a scratch. Just don't use anything abrasive when you use and when you clean.
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If you take care of the nonstick pans well, they last a few years. I cook every day, and all my non stick pans are 3-4 years old and don't even have a scratch. Just don't use anything abrasive when you use and when you clean.

I am also very careful with mine, but mine started loosing the nonstick capability after ~1 year while not having a scratch on it. The same T-fal Ultimates. The coating feels much robust compared to most other pans though. I wonder if I was cooking too hot, but I never go over 7 out of 10 on my induction oven. I just bought myself another set not so long ago. Love the quality feel of this series.
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My last one (for which I paid slightly more than this, on sale, without the lid) was a joy to use a few times weekly for about 14 months, after which it pretty rapidly lost its non-stick property. I hate the waste, but the convenience is well worth this amount of money once a year, and still, so far, more than a half-century after they were invented, no truly non-stick pan seems to last for more than a few years of real use (at most) no matter how careful you are or how expensive it is, so there's little point in buying expensive versions. I use cast iron a lot, but for delicate things like fish it's much easier to have a 12" non-stick on-hand, and these are the best performing inexpensive ones I've found.
It might come down to actual product care in this case. I have the complete set of this version. All my pieces get plenty of use and I'm going on 4 years. Sure they've seen better days, but they still have their coating and cook well. I still use a little oil, no metal hits the pan, never in full high heat, and always hand washed.
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My last one (for which I paid slightly more than this, on sale, without the lid) was a joy to use a few times weekly for about 14 months, after which it pretty rapidly lost its non-stick property. I hate the waste, but the convenience is well worth this amount of money once a year, and still, so far, more than a half-century after they were invented, no truly non-stick pan seems to last for more than a few years of real use (at most) no matter how careful you are or how expensive it is, so there's little point in buying expensive versions. I use cast iron a lot, but for delicate things like fish it's much easier to have a 12" non-stick on-hand, and these are the best performing inexpensive ones I've found.
What are you cooking with, a pitchfork and chainsaw? I use my tfal frying pan 4-5 times a week and it's about 9 yrs old. I only use silicone utensils and I hand wash it. It has a couple dings here and there from my boyfriend using it and picking stuff up or rearranging chicken with a fork but it's still in very good condition for its age.
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