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.
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.
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.
Gas, electric, glass ceramic, or induction cooking systems, Oven safe to 500° F
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|A10-363-2||Nestable 7-Piece Cookware Set, Stainless Steel/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||
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