Woll Diamond Plus/Diamond Lite Fry Pan with Lid, 9.5-Inch
- Extremely cut and scratch resistant, ultra hard coating with embedded diamond crystals and totally non-stick thanks to superfine nanoparticles
- Cast handle for safe lifting and handling with an integral, threaded brass insert for sturdy, firmly affixed handles
- Diamonds conduct heat four times as fast as copper allowing the surface to conduct heat evenly with no hot spots
- Oven safe to 500°f/ 260°c, and it is metal utensil and dishwasher safe
- Made in germany, limited lifetime warranty, pfoa free
Woll's patent pending German engineered technology is more than just diamonds, it is the process. We combine real larger diamonds with advanced robotics in a multi-layer process. The difference is not just in the cooking surface, but also in the German manufacturing technology of an improved cast molding process, versus the more traditional method of pressure casting. Woll's state of the art process eliminates the need for oily silicon materials used to release the pans from its mold. These materials are the fundamental reason for imperfections in the final product, such as bubbles and reducing a pans heat conducting ability. This brings Woll one step closer to creating the perfect pan, Woll's multi-function robotic engineering technology precisely controls the Nano-application process perfectly when applying the multilayer system of PFOA free nonstick material, to deliver a pan with superior durability and performance.
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The subsidiary suggested I clean the pan with baking soda paste and a plastic scouring pad. (Honest question: If the diamonds are so tough, why can't you use steel wool?) With several sessions of hard scrubbing (a couple of hours), I have been able to regain about 80% of the non-stick.
For what it's worth, Amazon has been very good about this. They offered that I could send the pan back to Amazon and they would give me my money back. (They can't replace the pan because it wasn't sold by Amazon itself.)
The bottom line: I suspect most people won't do the scrubbing I've done (it's hard work). If you are going to buy a new pan every 1 - 1.5 years anyway, you may not want to shell out $100+ each time.