A10-369-IND

Magma Gourmet Nesting Saute'/Omelette Pans

Magma Gourmet Nesting Saute'/Omelette Pans
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Nesting Stainless Steel Induction Compatible Saute'/Omelette Pan with Ceramica® Non-Stick

Standard Gas, Electric, Glass Ceramic Stoves or Induction Cooking Oven Safe

Prepare meals like a chef with this Gourmet "Nesting" Stainless Steel Saute'/ Omelette pan with Ceramica® Non-Stick. Designed to nest and store inside any Magma cookware set, constructed of 18-10 Mirror Polished Stainless Steel, and conveniently uses Magma's removable handle NOT INCLUDED - Only supplied with cookware sets). The pan is equipped with a Heavy Duty Non-Toxic, PFOA, and PTFE free light grey Ceramica® Non-Stick which is remarkably easy to clean, absolutely will not stain, peel, blister, or flake, and nothing sticks to it. The unique encapsulated Triple-Clad base has been milled perfectly flat for superior even heat distribution on standard gas, electric, glass ceramic, or induction cook tops. While the induction models outer layer of the Triple-Clad base uses the highest quality ferromagnetic stainless steel, specifically used to activate the magnetic field in all induction cooking surfaces. Pan is oven safe to 500° F. With superior construction and craftsmanship this pan a must-have addition to your Magma cookware set.


  • Fully Nested in all Magma Cookware Sets
  • 18-10 Mirror Polished Stainless Steel
  • Heavy Tri-Clad Construction with Encapsulated Bottom for Perfect Heat Distribution
  • Ceramica® the World's Best Ceramic Non-Stick
  • Earth Friendly, Non-Toxic, PFOA, and PTFE Free
  • Absolutely Will Not Stain, Peel, Blister, or Flake, and Nothing Sticks To It
  • Highly Scratch Resistant and Extremely Durable
  • Designed for Standard Gas, Electric, Glass Ceramic, or Induction Cooking
  • Oven Safe to 500° F
  • Ergonomic Removable Handle with Instant Thumb Release (NOT INCLUDED - Only Supplied with Magma Cookware Sets)
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