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Is this pan suitable for an induction stove?
August 13th
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Posted by Billy S. from Sears 2000 Killeen Mall:

Only if magnet sticks to the bottom

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December 1st, 2013
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December 1st, 2013
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lesley bricker
what is the material on the bottom of this pan? Is it anodized also? I have a glass cook top and can't use aluminum type ridged bottoms eg as they scratch the cook top
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June 24th, 2012
Sam A
This covered saucepot can be used to make soup, stews, sauces, pasta and more. Durable and easy to clean, this is one piece that will be used over and over again.
•Hard-anodized construction is for those who demand long term durability coupled with outstanding performance, twice as hard as stainless steel and distributes heat evenly, reducing "hot spots" that can burn foods
•This saucepot features handles made of stainless steel which are double riveted for durability.
•Pans are oven safe to
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October 25th, 2012
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