Containing 24 and 28 cm frying pans, this 2-piece set from Salter’s Megastone collection offers outstanding non-stick performance when making your favourite meals.
Made from forged aluminium with a hard-wearing, PFOA-free four-layer construction, each one is designed for long-lasting quality with abrasion, scratch and corrosion-resistant properties that even stands up to use with metal utensils.
The ultra non-stick top coat ensures improved performance over traditional non-stick finishes, so you can cook with little to no oil, meaning healthier meals all round.
Soft-touch TPR Bakelite handles ensure a safe, comfortable grip, and both pans are also suitable for the dishwasher, so cleaning up is nice and quick too.
Material Content: FORGED ALUMINUM
This twin set of durable Salter Megastone Frying Pans features an ultra-non stick surface for improved cooking performance.
Measuring a generous 24 x 4.8 cm and 28 x 5.6 cm, they are made from forged aluminium with silver speckled, rough textured finishes.
Brilliantly non-stick and durable, the pans are suitable for use with metal utensils and are even dishwasher safe.
Featuring soft-touch TPR Bakelite handles, they are suitable for all hob types including induction, suiting all kitchens and abilities.
Made with the safety of your family in mind, these pans are 100% PFOA free, meaning no harmful chemicals are released when cooking.
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