- Non-stick, scratch-resistant coating
- Fast, even heating
- Oven-safe up to 500°F
- Stay-Cool Handle
- Lifetime Replacement Guarantee
- Copper-infused ceramic
- Not dishwasher-safe
- PFOA- and PTFE-Free
- 2 piece pan set (includes 10-inch square pan and 12-inch square pan)
Stop scraping, scrubbing, and scratching your pan. Innovative Red Copper™ Square Pans are made with non-stick ceramic and infused with copper. The 10-inch and 12-inch square pan sizes are excellent for frying sausage and peppers, creating a hearty one-pan breakfast, or perfectly seared burgers. The durable non-stick ceramic coating allows your food to slide right out of the pan. No scraping. Infused with 100% pure copper, this frying pan won’t scratch. You can cut your steak or veggies inside the pan! Red Copper™ square pans are perfect for any of your favorite dishes. Little to no oil, fat, or grease is needed on the pan surface. The Stay-Cool Handle means you can comfortably touch the handle when using the pan on your stovetop. Each Red Copper™ frying pan is oven safe up to 500°F. Plus, the pans are PFOA and PTFE free so it’s safe for you and your family. Start cooking with Red Copper™.
DOES THE STAY COOL HANDLE REMAIN COOL OUT OF THE OVEN?
No. The Stay-Cool Handle is meant to remain a comfortable temperature when using the pan on your stovetop. Always use oven mitts when removing the pan from your oven.
WHAT SIZE PANS ARE INCLUDED IN THE SET?
This Red Copper™ set includes one 10-inch square pan and one 12-inch square pan.
ARE THESE PANS DISHWASHER SAFE?
No. As per the packaging, this item is not dishwasher safe. Hand washing is recommended.
CAN I PUT THESE SQUARE PANS IN THE BROILER?
The Red Copper™ Square Pan Set is oven safe up to 500°F. Every broiler is different, so if you are unsure of what your stove’s broiling temperature is, it is advised you check with the stove manufacturer first. Some broilers heat to 550°F, in which case using these square pans in the broiler is not recommended.
WHAT DOES PFOA AND PTFE FREE MEAN?
PFOA and PTFE are man-made plastic coatings found in most cheap non-stick cookware. While cooking with non-stick cookware made with these chemicals may not cause immediate concern, continual overheating could make the coating flake off into food.