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OXO Frying Pan Good Grips Non-Stick, 10'' Frypan

Hard Anodized Body, Excellent Heat Conduction, Sturdy Stainless Steel Handle, 10 Year Limited Warranty, Pfoa Free, Durable

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BVR Rating 1,263 reviews
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Reason to Buy

  • Heat-resistant build makes it oven-safe up to 390F/200C
  • Hard-anodized body delivers excellent heat conduction for even cooking
  • Cool-to-the-touch silicone-wrapped handles offer safe cooking

Minor Drawbacks

  • May not be scratch-resistant

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We analyzed a total of 1,263 reviews for this product out of which, 712 reviews were received in the last 6 months.


The analysis indicates that around 78% reviews were positive while around 17% of reviews had negative sentiment.

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This product received a total score of 9.26 out of 10, based on review sentiments and user opinions related to 5 features:

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  • What users have to say about OXO Frying Pan Good Grips Non-Stick, 10'' Frypan

    The Oxo is the one that I like more than the Kitchen Aid pans that I just reviewed, because it has a handle that is easier to hold, and it has a lower temperature to the touch.

    The quality of the egg/omelet pans we used in the hotels where I used to cook seems similar, but it is not clear how long the coating will last.

    I've used it every day for over six months now and it's quite happy with it, solid pan and light enough to handle, and more robust base than some pans.

    It seems like it is similar to the quality of egg/omelet pans we used in the hotels where I used to cook, but only time will tell how long the coating lasts.

    The silicone covering on the steel handle didn't have any marks or scuffs, so my best guess is that it was another manufacturing defect, as I was disappointed to get two pans in a row.



    Is the silicone handle the only difference between this pan and the "pro"?


    My oxo pan is rated at 495 degrees and my oven only goes to 500 so I don't worry about it.


    What is the depth of the pan?


    The pan's stated dimensions are 19.72 x 12.2 x 3.22 in, but that's less than half as deep as the manufacturer says.


    Is there a lid on the skillet?


    The lid for my cast iron is twelve inches in diameter.


    Is it compatible with induction cooktops?


    I wouldn't think so, because they say it's perfect for all types of stovetops, except induction.


    Is this polytetrafluoroethylene free or not? What are some of your products that are free of it?


    It is PFOA free according to the listing.

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