Anolon Ultra Clad 12" Open Skillet


#1

#2

Wasn’t this on last night?


#3

Last night’s skillet was 10", but it moved just about as fast…


#4

Holy smokes, that is an expensive scrambled egg pan


#5

$74.00 for a damn pan?! HA! They must’a bumped their heads


#6

You can’t tell from the picture, but the handle extends outward to cradle your nether region while you prepare your breakfast.

At least, that’s what I’m assuming it does for $73.99!


#7

This better be made in the US for this price. By hand. Using old world methods. By skilled, 5th generation artists/pan makers.


#8

The good news, though, is if the first wooter is the last wooter, and there is only 80% left, that means we only have four more to go … right?


#9

Goes nicely with the $900 espresso machine.


#10

Does Ultra Clad mean plated with crushed diamonds or something? Because I would never pay that much for a frying pan. Give me good ol’ teflon or cast iron for my bacon-n-eggs.


#11

Where are the rich people when you need 'em? Oh yeah, they’re working!


#12

It must must come with $50 worth of food!


#13

Joke all you want about the price, but like any other tool, good quality pots and pans are worth the money in the long run.

I used to buy cheap pans but the coatings would always start to flake off or they would develop hot spots.

Then I bought an All-Clad pan (which actually cost more than this one) and have been using it nearly every day for about 12 years and it shows no sign of wear.

(Of course I make no claim about this specific pan or manufacturer. I’ve never used any of their products.)


#14

Is that a non-stick All-Clad pan or one with a stainless bottom?


#15

Non-stick. I actually have 3 of them (I think 7, 10 and 12 inch) and they are awesome.