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Magma Nestable 7-Piece Cookware Sets

Magma Nestable 7-Piece Cookware Sets

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The Magma Nestable 7-Piece Cookware Sets features a darker color that has even better non-stick qualities than the lighter colors and will be more durable over the life of the cookware.

Features

  • 100% 18-10 Mirror Polished Stainless Steel With A Ferromagnetic
  • Stainless Steel Base For Use On Induction Cooking Systems
  • Encapsulated Triple-Clad Bottoms For Perfect Event Heat Distribution
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$189.99
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$164.05
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Magma's best fully nesting Gourmet Cookware on the market is now even better. Magma features "Slate Black" Ceramica Non-Stick interiors. Testing has concluded that this darker color has even better non-stick qualities than the lighter colors and will be more durable over the life of the cookware.

Made of 100% 18-10 mirror polished Stainless Steel, Magma's Award-Winning, cookware sets are now available with Ceramica® Non-Stick coating for use with Induction cooking systems. Sets completely nest and store in less than + cu. ft. of cabinet space. The Heavy Duty Non-Toxic, PFOA, and PTFE free, Slate Black, Cermaica non-stick is remarkably easy to clean, will not stain, peel, blister, and nothing sticks to it.. Nothing!

The encapsulated Triple -Clad bottoms (Stainless Steel, Aluminum, Stainless Steel) are milled perfectly flat for superior even heat distribution. The Triple-Clad bottoms outer layer uses the highest quality ferromagnetic stainless steel, specifically used to activate the magnetic field in all Induction cooking surfaces.

Set Includes:
5 qt. Stock Pot, 10 in. diameter Skillet/Frying Pan, 2 qt. Sauce Pan, a lid that fits the saucepan, lid for the Stock Pot and Skillet / Fry Pan, (1) Removable Handle, and a convenient "Bungee" Storage
Cord. Cookware is oven safe to 500x F (excluding removable handle). Magma cookware has been selected for Practical Sailor Magazine's "Gear of the Year & Editor's Choice" awards and a recipient of the Good Sam's Club "Product of the Month" award.

Features:

  • Stainless Steel base for use on Induction cooking systems
  • Nests and stores in less than + cu. ft. of cabinet space
  • Encapsulated triple-clad bottoms (Stainless Steel, Aluminum, Stainless Steel) for perfect even heat distribution
  • Ceramica® the World's best ceramic non-stick
  • Earth friendly, Non-Toxic, PFOA, and PTFE free
  • Absolutely will no stain, peel, blister, or flake, and nothing stick to it.. Nothing!
  • Scratch resistant and extremely durable
  • Ergonomic removable handles with instant thumb release; easily attach and detach to interchange between pans
  • Oven safe to 500° F (excludes removable handle)



Applications:
Gas, electric, glass ceramic, or induction cooking systems, Oven safe to 500° F

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Magma Nestable 7-Piece Cookware Sets A10-363-2 Nestable 7-Piece Cookware Set, Stainless Steel/Slate Black Ceramica Non-Stick Interior
$164.05
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Magma Nesting 7-Piece Induction Compatible Cookware - Stainless Steel Exterior & Slate Black Ceramica Non-Stick Interior A10-363-2-IND Nestable 7-Piece Cookware Set, Stainless Steel/Slate Black Ceramica Non-Stick Interior, Induction Compatible
$164.05
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