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Greenpan Reserve Cookware Set

$876.42 Non-Member
$788.78 Member
Members save up to 20% & free shipping $35+
Online Only

Greenpan Reserve Cookware Set

$876.42 Non-Member
$788.78 Member
Members save up to 20% & free shipping $35+

Color:  Black

Size:  One Size

Item# 15350-803476 In Stock
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Made from Thermolon™ Diamond Advanced ceramic, this Greenpan Reserve Cookware Set is infused with industrial diamonds that give them an extreme boost in durability and longevity. 

Features of the Greenpan Reserve Cookware Set include:

  • The most advanced ceramic nonstick cookware on the market.
  • Free of PFAS, PFOA, lead and cadmium.
  • Will never release harmful fumes, even when used with very high heat.
  • Infused with industrial diamonds which are four times as heat conductive as copper.
  • Metal utensil safe.
  • Set includes a 2-quart saucepan with glass lid, 10” frying pan and 2.8-quart sauté pan with glass lid. 
  • Suitable for all heat sources (gas, electric, oven) except induction.
  • Designer
    Jan Hoekstra
  • Size
    2 Qt Saucepan:4h x 7"diam.
    2.8 Qt Sauté Pan :3.25h x 9.5"diam.
    Frypan:3h x 10.6w x 18.8"d
  • Material
    Hard Anodized Armored Body, Thermolon™ Diamond Advanced Interior, Gold PVD Handle
  • Year of Design
  • Origin
Greenpan Reserve Cookware Set

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Why We Chose This
Greenpan created the first alternative to traditional nonstick coatings used in cookware in 2007, Thermolon™. The coating is created using sand with industrial diamonds added to the formula to create a superior heat conductor—so the company's pans heat quickly and food is cooked evenly. Their pans are also known for their extreme durability, thanks to their hard anodized aluminum bodies.

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