Review by mrs-j
February, 21 2004
Pros: Evenly heats, practically indestructible, withstands high temperatures.
Cons: Can rust easily if not cared for properly.
Review by runningdan
April, 24 2004
Pros: Heavy, even heating, great searing, the right non-stick.
Cons: Heavy, different cleaning methods.
Review by grainofsalt
December, 08 2004
Pros: Great cooking quality, easy to clean.
Cons: I have not found any cons
Review by rebellious_78
January, 31 2006
Pros: Cooks evenly, non-stick, very versatile, easy cleanup, and will last you a lifetime!
Cons: Heavy but well worth it.
Review by clement54
June, 05 2006
Pros: inexpensive, perfectly cooked food, increases iron content of food, easy care, durable, high conductivity.
Cons: requires some caution when handling. It is very heavy, and gets very hot.
Review by denutter
November, 07 2006
Pros: Durable, yields great results, only cookware that gets better with age
Review by sparkospunky
February, 12 2007
Pros: An essential kitchen utensil, conducts heat evenly
Cons: Dr. Lecter has different ideas
Review by snowflake224
March, 08 2007
Pros: Great tasting food. Will last a lifetime or two or three.
Cons: Heavy. The burn factor.
Review by bntowen
August, 03 2007
Pros: Cooks and heats evenly, durable, scrapable, stovetop-to-ovenable, campable, grill-topable, etc.
Cons: It may be too heavy for the frail chef.
Review by pilarzmom
January, 02 2008
Pros: Even cooking; healthier alternative to non-stick coated pans; very little sticking
Cons: heavy; need to take some care in cleaning
Review by rudixeno
February, 08 2009
Pros: Lasts a lifetime, even heating, excellent searing, inexpensive, easy clean up, magnetic
Cons: Heavy, requires some periodic maintenance, not suited for dishwasher
Review by minicat
August, 14 2010
Pros: If you need something in your life that your can count on, get one.
Cons: It's heavy but real living is mostly about heavy lifting.