Mar 1, 2003 by heckyl59
Rated a Helpful Review
Pros: Incredible value, solid cookware, even heating, very durable, great looking, blowing doors on All-Clad!
Cons: 9 in skillet a little off balance, but no problems otherwise.
Summary: Incredible value, solid cookware, even heating, very durable, great looking, blowing doors on All-Clad! I have purchased the whole set and two additional pieces. I have thrown away my old Analon junk and moved on happily.
It is still ... read more
Oct 11, 2002 by arianej
Rated a Very Helpful Review
Pros: heavy duty, heats evenly, very sturdy
Cons: very heavy to pick up, handle has a funny balance
Summary: I think it's safe to say that not many women would be pleased with the gift of a skillet for Christmas. Luckily for my husband, I like cooking (we both do, actually) and I'd had my eye on the Martha Stewart Tri-Ply skillet ever since we saw them at K ... read more
Express Customer Reviews
Mar 22, 2008 by rsplg
Not rated yet
Pros: cooks well
Summary: I also have and liked my frying pan, that is till it exploded!! A small bubble was noticable for a few weeks prior to the great explosion. One morning while cooking pancakes a popping sound was heard. A couple more loud pops was heard so my daughter and ... read more
May 11, 2005 by Candy4947
Pros: Well made, good looking skillet
Cons: This is a very heavy pan.
Summary: I bought Martha Stewart's skillet 5 years ago, after gazing longingly at the pricey All Clad line. The first thing I noticed was the solid weight of this pan. The copper bottom and overall craftsmanship are excellent, and equal anything out ... read more