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lid in the picture doesn't look like glass or most of it is not glass

also had a look at the actual product (no lid on display, not at costco). it look like a wide pan not a wok
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There is a wide pan and a wok variety for hexclad. This is the wok.
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Non-stick surface...I will wok it out.
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We have the set from Costco. This is not like any piece in that set. Would be a good addition for someone who already has the set.
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If it woks like a duck, it's a duck......
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We have the set from Costco. This is not like any piece in that set. Would be a good addition for someone who already has the set.
how do you like it? how long have you had it and how's the non-stick after a while? thinking of purchasing, thanks
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It doesn't say pfte free, so we can presume despite the marketing jargon of "hybrid" and tri-ply, it's just another teflon-like nonstick cooking surface. Not sure if it is anything special. This means like all the other "teflon-like" surfaces, you shouldn't use high heat.
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Here's more info on their site:
https://hexclad.com/products/new-14-wok-w-lid

Works on all induction, gas, ceramic and electric cooktops

The only true hybrid (stainless steel + non-stick) cookware featuring a patented laser-etched hexagon design and tri-ply construction.

The aluminum middle layer delivers consistent, even heating while the patented hexagon top layer design creates a series of peaks and valleys.

Valleys are nonstick for easy cleanup and allows for cooking with little butter or oil.

Stainless steel peaks give you restaurant-quality results while protecting the pan from peeling and flaking.

HexClad is PFOA-free, dishwasher safe, oven safe up to 500 degrees, induction-ready, scratch-resistant and features stay-cool handles.
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Here's more info on their site:
https://hexclad.com/products/new-14-wok-w-lid

Works on all induction, gas, ceramic and electric cooktops

The only true hybrid (stainless steel + non-stick) cookware featuring a patented laser-etched hexagon design and tri-ply construction.

The aluminum middle layer delivers consistent, even heating while the patented hexagon top layer design creates a series of peaks and valleys.

Valleys are nonstick for easy cleanup and allows for cooking with little butter or oil.

Stainless steel peaks give you restaurant-quality results while protecting the pan from peeling and flaking.

HexClad is PFOA-free, dishwasher safe, oven safe up to 500 degrees, induction-ready, scratch-resistant and features stay-cool handles.
Marketing jargon. It doesn't say pfte free, so it's just another teflon-line surface. Everyone is trying to be different and try to have the "advantages of nonstick" and the safety of stainless, but in the end it's just another teflon-like cooking surface, which means despite it saying up to 500 F, you shouldn't cook it in high heat.

Learn to cook with stainless/cast iron and get a cheap nonstick pan for eggs and forget these marketing BS.
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Marketing jargon. It doesn't say pfte free, so it's just another teflon-line surface. Everyone is trying to be different and try to have the "advantages of nonstick" and the safety of stainless, but in the end it's just another teflon-like cooking surface, which means despite it saying up to 500 F, you shouldn't cook it in high heat. Learn to cook with stainless/cast iron and get a cheap nonstick pan for eggs and forget these marketing BS.
It IS Teflon. Their site admits it, but you have to dig a bit to find it. Generally speaking, all 'non-stick' pans are either teflon or ceramic. Teflon is superior non-stick, but can break down and flake with heat/age/metal utensils,etc. Ceramic is more resistant to heat damage, scratches and ages better than Teflon, but can also become stickier if using high heat. Best to use low and medium heat for all non-stick cookware, and use cast iron for high heat/searing.
edit: found the disclosure
https://hexclad.com/pages/frequen...-questions
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It IS Teflon. Their site admits it, but you have to dig a bit to find it. Generally speaking, all 'non-stick' pans are either teflon or ceramic. Teflon is superior non-stick, but can break down and flake with heat/age/metal utensils,etc. Ceramic is more resistant to heat damage, scratches and ages better than Teflon, but can also become stickier if using high heat. Best to use low and medium heat for all non-stick cookware, and use cast iron for high heat/searing.
edit: found the disclosure
https://hexclad.com/pages/frequen...-questions
If this has a Teflon coating, why does the description say, "Able to use metal utensils without scratching surface." Also the description says, "Triple-layer stainless steel with our patented Hexclad PFOA free non-stick surface."
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If this has a Teflon coating, why does the description say, "Able to use metal utensils without scratching surface." Also the description says, "Triple-layer stainless steel with our patented Hexclad PFOA free non-stick surface."
It basically has grooves and dots that makes the surface not completely flat. The parts that's the hills has no teflon and is stainless steel. And the parts that's the valley has teflon. When you use metal items, it only scraps the stainless steel part of the work.
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It basically has grooves and dots that makes the surface not completely flat. The parts that's the hills has no teflon and is stainless steel. And the parts that's the valley has teflon. When you use metal items, it only scraps the stainless steel part of the work.
Sounds like a gimmick to me. I'm pretty sure my utensils could scratch the valleys.
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Uncle Roger would not approve of a $150 Teflon wok. Pass.
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