If you're curious about ScanPan, currently there's a promotion on several of their pans. The cheapest is the 9-1/2" fry pan going for $40. I ordered mine through MetroKitchen.com (with free shipping on orders $39.95 and over). Almost all the reviews I've read on ScanPan non-stick products have been positive and it sounds like they really do stand behind their lifetime warranty. The surface is supposed to be indestructable (yeah, we've heard that before), but reviews from others make it sound like ScanPan's claims may not just be marketing fluff. Guaranteed food release, oven safe (including handles) to 500 degrees F, and no hot spots - I thought I had to try it out.
More info (from ScanPan) on the pans can be found on this Detailed Features Page as well as a pictoral guide to their production line. Mostly marketing, but interesting reading. I wonder how much is true.
When I receive my pan, I'll do a review on Cooking For Engineers.
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