You must log in or register to reply here. No one tests cookware like we do. Mine was nothing special that I picked up at Target on clearance for funzies. This includes free shipping, saving you $8.95. The Bialetti was $19.99 at Bed, Bath and Beyond (before coupon). Holy crapola that is really bad. Demeyere warns their clients to not use pure olive oil; seems it stains the coating. The combination of millions of diamond particles baked onto a ceramic shell; ensure nothing will stick to your blue diamond pots and pans. Upside Down Apple Cheesecake (well sort of). The pan also features 100% PFOS, PTFE and PFOA-free materials. Best Seller! Green Earth Frying Pan by Ozeri ... Blue Diamond Ceramic Nonstick Fry Pan I’ve already mentioned this brand before in an in-depth article about their non-stick ceramic cookware set. You are using an out of date browser. Blue Diamond Pan:This pan can also be used on a variety of stoves and withstands extreme conditions because of its diamond coating. I myself have cooked eggs in stainless, I just don't like to. Bring the new standard in non-stick to every meal with this 10-piece cookware set. Is there a none stick pan that never needs oil, not yet for my money, What's wrong with Teflon anyway? Never sticks. Blue Diamond™ 10 Piece Set $99.99. It’s constructed from aluminium and non-stick ceramic. I have that same marble coated pan - accidentally burned up the 8-inch one but still use the larger one when frying salmon cakes, cornbread cakes (I'm Southern).It still looks new - however I replaced the 8-inch one with a ceramic pan - will see how that does for scrambled eggs, one-egg omelet, or one sausage patty. These( 3-ply plus non-stick coating) Demeyere pans heat up incredibly fast but you need to reduce the fire before adding eggs or whatever to the pan or they will cook much too fast! The commercial shows the Blue Diamond Pan and how it compares to a copper pan. Just bought an 8-inch ceramic pan (Bialetti) and scrambled an egg in it today with no problem. Your picture looks like the low end. Williams Sonoma & All-Clad Roasting Pans - Up to 60% Off Fry Pan Sets Starting at $39.95 Hestan Cookware - 20% Off Cuisinart Cookware Sets - Up to 20% Off Le Creuset Enameled-Steel Stock Pot - 20% Off Williams Sonoma Favorites - Up to 60% Off All-Clad Favorites - Up to 65% Off Le Creuset Favorites - Up to 55% Off Staub Favorites - Up to 55% Off The tiniest drop of oil will maintain that your food releases easily, whether you have baked, fried or broiled in the pan. I had calpholon none stick anodized aluminum pans, didn't stay none stick for long and you could see the bottom degrading in the pan. Then it started becoming sticky, the coating stained, later started chipping... and who wants sharp bits of ceramic laced with who-knows-what in their food!? However, you would need to contact them and ask for more information. I loved it... for a bout a week or two. What a difference with Tefal pans and Teflon coating! I have 2 of the newwave cermic fry pans, you still need oil but they are ok. Eggs will stick to glass so I think oil is always needed besides its only teaspoon, don't know what the fuss is about oil. mumathome; Mar 24, 2014; bergner_bg1298_blue.jpg. Now the surface is smooth, makes me wonder if I've been eating ceramic, I have heard that they do leach something. Reply. The Blue Diamond pan is sold at $19.99 + $8.95 shipping totaling to $28.94. Why Blue Diamond Pan Reviews. Compare Coating Granite Rock. Copper Chef Pan. renberg_rb1004_red_set.jpg. I had a green pan once. Blue Diamond. But only a week? http://www.bialetti.com/cookware/aeternum-c-2_12.html. It may not display this or other websites correctly. Helen says March 11, 2019 at 11:58 pm. They include GreenLife, Caraway, ScanPan, Green Earth, Zwilling, Blue Diamond, and others. Get performance ratings and pricing on the Blue Diamond Enhanced Ceramic Nonstick cookware. The Blue Diamond is currently on offer where you receive a 9.5" Blue Diamond™ Enhanced Ceramic Non-Stick Frypan for only $19.99 plus $8.95 p&h. I have found a Greenpan Infinity Royal set in supermarket but no information available… they do not mention this product line on the official site! Florina says October 12, 2018 at 9:18 pm. If they call their coating Thermolon, it is probably the same coating as that of GreenPan non-stick cookware. The Blue Diamond is marketed as being harder, longer-lasting and having better heat transfer with the diamond element. mumathome; Mar 24, 2014; bergner_bg-1288_white_3.jpg. Haven't tried. Adding a bit of butter or other oil to the olive oil prevents the staining. Don't use it for stir fry. This individual 8-inch frying pan is no different. Dishwasher, oven, broiler and metal utensil safe. Each Blue Diamond pan is toxin-free and manufactured without PFAS, PFOA, lead or cadmium. Have been frying one sausage patty in the 10-inch pan and it cleaned easily. JavaScript is disabled. I have read the downside of ceramics, but cant make up my mind should i spend £13.99 for 3, or spend a bit more and go for marble coated Thanks alot. If you avoid cookware coatings such as Teflon in your home, then you are probably familiar with GreenPan. mumathome; Mar 24, 2014 Last edited by a moderator: … I also have 2 marble coated pan bought off amazon made in Korea, they work great, haven't had anything stick and pans look same as the day they arrived. A quality nonstick pan is a true kitchen essential; from stir-fries to burgers to omelets, the stovetop staple basically does it all. I always preferred the flat top at work, and it is like a big seasoned carbon steel pan. One of the differences between Blue Diamond vs copper pans such as Red Copper and Copper Chef is the former has a ceramic nonstick coating that is diamond-infused while the latter has copper infusion in their construction. I understand they use some sort of ceramic coating as well. Want to make ketchup from scratch - do I need an immersion blender? Compare Non-stickiness: Granite Rock Pan vs. Blue Diamond Pan Granite Rock Pan :The three-time coating of the pan with durable granite rock finish ensure a complete non-stick experience. I only use nonstick pans for eggs and I've never had any flake or peel off on me.