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Beka Chef - eco logic - BEKA Poêle à frire Chef 100% eco-logic 13247284 - 28 cm

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  • Ambientalmente aluminio endurecido
  • Extremadamente resistente al desgaste ya la abrasión
  • inducción Adecuado

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  • Dimensiones del producto: 48,3 x 27,9 x 7,6 cm
  • Número de modelo del producto: 13247284
  • ASIN: B002UPQ4CQ
  • Producto en Amazon.es desde: 23 de septiembre de 2012
  • Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº321.503 en Hogar (Ver el Top 100 en Hogar)

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Beka Chef - eco logic - BEKA Poêle à frire Chef 100% eco-logic 13247284 - 28 cm .


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56 de 57 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
2.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Just go with carbon steel 5 de junio de 2011
Por Stephen Sedmak - Publicado en Amazon.com
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UPDATE 2016 - Go with carbon-steel pans (DeBuyer, Matfer Bourgeat) that will last a lifetime and forget all these high-tech gizmos that don't last. You can always reseason carbon-steel pans to repair the semi-non-stick coating and they are easy to clean. Keep a good stainless steel pan (Tramontina) around for acidic dishes.

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Quick summary: Nice non-stick pan that feels beautiful in the hand and works great. High-quality product.

"Jack of all trades, master of none" would be my current opinion of this pan. It was only truly non-stick for about 9 months, and has since become... slight-stick?

After more than 2 years, it appears that while the non-stick properties do degrade somewhat after the first 6-9 months or so of regular use, it is very durable once in that state. The degraded non-stick Beka pan is still much better than a worn-out Teflon pan, and much easier to clean up than a stainless steel pan. So far it has handled high-temperature cooking well, which Teflon and lesser ceramic pans cannot do.

This is still the best non-stick pan I've ever used, but I guess there are limits to what current technology can accomplish.

I still use it once in a while, but mostly I've given up on non-stick cookware and use Tramontina tri-ply stainless pans (built like tanks), then scour with steel wool if they get too nasty for the scrubby pad. Sigh...

Original review:
I wanted a non-"Teflon" ceramic-coated non-stick pan since I occasionally accidentally overheat my pans, which destroys "Teflon" (generic name: PTFE) Most "Teflon-free" nonstick pans use the same exact chemical as Teflon (PTFE), just manufactured by a company other than Dupont, so "Teflon-free" nonstick is almost always a marketing trick unless the coating is ceramic (several expensive non-stick pan-makers are guilty of misleading marketing to the point of fraud because the products are virtually the same as $30 pans). But most ceramic-coated nonstick pans use a thin layer of non-stick ceramic on top of anodized aluminum, which isn't hard enough so the brittle ceramic coating cracks quickly. Such pans typically only last a few months.

I was originally going to buy a Beka Vita pan due to the stainless steel construction (harder, plus I don't want aluminum leaching into my food), but when I read up on PEO aluminum I realized that Beka had made the correct decision in using that material for its higher-end product.

The key to this product which sets it apart from the competition is Plasma Electrolytic Oxide Aluminum, which provides a hard enough under-layer to prevent the ceramic coating from rapidly flaking off like competing products. PEO Aluminum is harder than steel and won't leach into food unless the ceramic coating is mostly destroyed to the point that you'd probably throw the pan away anyway (I would not use non-coated anodized aluminum cookware, or non-hardened aluminum cookware). PEO Aluminum is basically a super-thick anodized aluminum oxide coating, dozens of times thicker than cheaper anodizing processes, which means that the surface is extremely durable by comparison.

Aluminum oxide ceramic is otherwise known as sandpaper grit - very hard stuff and a good choice for binding another ceramic to a metal pan.

I'll be using this primarily to cook eggs nearly every day.

UPDATE 12/31/2011: New Year's eve and the pan is still working fine. I have treated it as carefully as I would treat a cheap Teflon pan (no metal utensils, hand washing) and it's rewarded me with working well.

UPDATE 1/1/2012: Apparently, you are not supposed to use non-stick spray with non-stick ceramic pans - the spray can ruin pans. They are not compatible. I found this out after reading someone else's review of non-stick ceramic cookware. Not an issue for me because I never liked the thought of spraying silicone on my food... Nothing magical in those cans, so I just use a bit of oil instead and pass on the other chemicals.

UPDATE 3/4/2012: Well, the non-stick properties of this pan appear to have gone south somewhat. That is unfortunate. I was hoping that it would last longer and I always treated it with care, but it's full non-stick properties ended up lasting about as long as any other non-stick pan I've ever used. It's still a decent pan and it looks OK and the ceramic layer appears intact, but it doesn't really behave like a non-stick pan anymore. Considering that the non-stick properties of the ceramic coating apparently will not last for years, probably it would make sense to use the cheaper stainless-steel product.

UPDATE 1/17/2013: I'm still using this pan daily and have been treating it rougher (searing steaks on high, using plastic scrub pads, etc...) and it hasn't gotten any worse over the past year. Perhaps this heavily-used pan is not as non-stick as a new Teflon pan, but after an initial degradation in the non-stick qualities over 6 months, it does seem to be quite durable.

UPDATE 11/2/2015: Mostly I've given up on non-stick cookware and use Tramontina tri-ply stainless pans (built like tanks), then scour with steel wool if they get too nasty for the scrubby pad. Sigh...
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas outstanding!! 10 de abril de 2013
Por nemac50 - Publicado en Amazon.com
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After about 20 years, our old (when they still made high quality) copper bottom, Revere non-stick skillet was worm out. With some sadness we searched for a replacement. We did a lot of research and decided to get 2. This one and the Curtis Stone. both are excellent. So far we have cooked nearly every dish with no oil at all. Clean up is a snap! We have had this for about a month. If you are looking for a great non stick skillet, I think you will be very pleased. My only wish is that there was a glass lid for it.
4 de 6 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Roomy, Eco nonstick fry pan 20 de noviembre de 2011
Por Northern SW - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I needed a good-sized, new fry pan, wanted nonstick, then saw this Eco-logic Ceramica 11 inch aluminum pan, which is roomy, but not huge, and has a reportedly healthy nonstick surface. The booklet gives full information. A healthier nonstick integrated inside surface is good news after some of the dangerous coatings on other pans. An occasional vegetable oil coating is called for. This pan has a sturdy, slightly curved metal handle on the upper outside. Unfortunately, this fry pan did not come with a cover, but one was located on Amazon- a glass and metal cover made for various sized pans, which fits very well. I anticipate using this high quality, well-made pan for many years.
1 de 2 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Best non-stick pan lasted less than 1 year 20 de enero de 2013
Por Ed O - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Excellent non-stick pan that is a safe alternative to toxic-Teflon. I've been using it for about 1 month and so far has lived up to its stellar reviews.

Follow up to my first review: despite the warnings, my wife used non-stick spray in this pan and it was never the same. It was a nightmare to clean despite no visible damage. After several months of barely using it bc of how difficult it was to clean out scrambled eggs, it was dealt a death blow by another dose of non-stick spray (this time the babysitter).
Lesson learned...follow instructions.
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1.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Didnt last more then 5 months 3 de febrero de 2013
Por MIKOKO - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I used this pan once a day for 5 months .
Making omlets , frying some light stuff and etc...
Nothing heavy duty .

First month was great , then it started to go downhill .
Now i cant cook anything without it sticking to the pan which require soaking the pan for half a day to remove it ( even when using oil ) .

I did "baked" the pan with oil in the beginning per instruction and etc..
I am using silicon tools when using this pan , but with all that done this products didnt last .

Stay away unless you have the budget to replace every six months .

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