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Cookware Comparison Chart
Compares ManPans with other types of cookware: PTFE cookware, cast iron, stainless, aluminum and carbon steel.
ManPans Taste Testing Proves Neutral
This post reviews testing of the effect on taste from various types of cookware types.Taste Testing
Our testing has shown that ManPans help preserve the subtle flavors in recipes where other pans can impart a detectable taste or take away delicate flavors.Play Video
Gem-X2 is a two layer sapphire/quartz-like natural mineral finish permanently bonded to our tough aluminum pans. It will not flake, chip or rub off and is metal utensil safe. In fact the finish is so tough that you can rub a coin on the surface and not only will you not scratch the finish, the coin will get worn down!Play Video
Our pans feature a stick-resistant coating, Gem-X2, that will last a long time. Although non-stick pans may offer a very slick surface, it does not last long, it typically has a petroleum polymer and you can taste the difference. ManPans can last a lifetime because if the stick-resistant coating loses it’s qualities after extended use, the pan can be recoated! You will never have to throw away a ManPan.Play Video
ManPans are highly efficient in conducting heat so burners must be turned down about 40% compared to some other pans. They heat up fast with even distribution.Play Video
Metal utensil safe! No PFOA or petrochemicals are used in our application and no PTFE is used in our coating.Play Video
Lightweight is an advantage as they are very responsive on the stove. Heavyweight pans are not better at cooking food.Play Video
Cool Grip Handle:
Our cool grip handle will stay cool all day long with high heat. Can go from stove top to oven and back. Temperature safe up to 700° F. No pan should be heated over this, especially without food.Play Video
Country of Origin:
ManPans are proudly made by craftsman in the USAPlay Video
Use & Care:
Always hand wash, never put cookware in an automatic dishwasher as the caustic chemicals will destroy the coating on any pan.