Made in Germany - 私たちにとってそれは「永く続く価値の創造」です。ドイツのイーダー・オーバーシュタインで、独自の最先端技術とクラフトマンシップの融合によりプレミアムなキッチンウェアを生み出しています。1845年の創業時から、フィスラーはその地に根差して鍋、フライパン、圧力鍋を作り続けています。 情熱的な料理人にインスピレーションを与えることを目標としており、それが私たちの「感謝」の表し方です。食材への感謝、料理の作り手への感謝、そして私たちの大切な人への感謝。
I went with the Adamant Classic over the Adamant Comfort for the Classic's more sloped sides. After only a few weeks the handle is a little jiggly, but there is easy access to a phillips head screw to re-tighten. The non-stick feature of this pan is the best I've ever used!
This particular pan is a gift for someone else because I love the Adamant nonstick line so much. What great quality and heft these pans have! Each time I get mine out, I admire them all over again.
Love this pan and it is lightweight too!
This is an excellent product. It is key not to overheat the pan. I never put it higher than medium heat. This is my second Fissler frying pan. This one however is not perfectly round, one side is slightly bent in.
Yes! Yes! Und Ja! My new gas stove has hot spots :( Yet, this Adamant pan makes these hot spots go away! Steaks (beef, chicken, pork) are all evenly brown and cooked. The non-stick is amazing even with daily use. I use very little oil for eggs (sunny side up and/or scrambled). I do handwash this pan but that is because I use it several times a day. My boss laughed at me for carrying this pan all the way from Germany to California (it was my souvenir from a business trip) but I plan to get more pots and pans in the Adamant collection.
I own two of the pressure cooker’s, and two of the fry pans. Everything is of remarkable quality. Highly recommend.
I purchased several of these frying pans in different sizes and I couldn’t be happier. Nothing sticks to it not like other frying pans I had before. I highly recommend the adamant products.
We have the 11" comfort version and decided to get this version to replace a more traditionally shaped non-stick we had been using. We really like both of these. Now it's a matter of time to see how well the non-stick coating holds up. I know they say you can use metal, but no way am I going to do that on such an expensive non-stick pan.
It takes longer too frying food to get it crisp like potatoes, I still like it.