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De Buyer 6224.24 - Sartén redonda (cobre y acero inoxidable, 24 cm)

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  • 90 % de cobre de acero inoxidable 10 %
  • Acabado pulido
  • Acero inoxidable especial ferro fondo inducción magnética
  • cobre inoxidable
  • Diámetro: 24 cm
  • Diseño elegante y moderno
  • Espesor: 2 mm
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Detalles del producto

  • Dimensiones del producto: 10,2 x 23,9 x 4,1 cm ; 1,9 Kg
  • Número de modelo del producto: 6224.24
  • ASIN: B003XU6RO2
  • Fecha de disponibilidad en Amazon: 24 de marzo de 2012
  • Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº101.651 en Hogar (Ver el Top 100 en Hogar)

Descripción del producto

90-Percent Copper - 10-Percent Stainless Steel;2mm thick Copper stainless steel;Special ferro - magnetic bottom for induction cooking;The best heat distribution;Made in France

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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas nothing better and, on an induction cooktop, nothing as good 30 de marzo de 2014
Por xgrep - Publicado en
Please see update 2014-05-22 for important info on size.

Finally got one of these. The copper is 2mm thick, compared with 2.5mm copper of Mauviel M'Heritage, but the Mauviel pans aren't induction compatible. While waiting to try this on an induction cooking surface that we plan to get soon, we've been using it on radiant electric (also called ceramic, halogen, and probably other things). It performs just as well as the Mauviel pans, which is quite a feat (but they cost as much or more, so you'd hope they're that good). There are no hot spots in spite of the thinner copper. I can't wait to try it on induction, where it will probably work even better, since the heat will be generated directly by the stainless steel base of the pan. I hope and expect that the response to changes in power will be even faster than Mauviel on a gas burner.

Aside from the outstanding performance, the pan is very attractive, and the beautiful polished stainless handle stays cooler than the cast iron handles on the Mauviel pans thanks to a design that conducts less heat.

My current opinion is that if you decide to spend the money, you won't be disappointed. They're the best pans we've ever used. My only complaint is that the largest diameter currently available is 11 inches (28cm). And the prices are only going up.

Update 2014-04-27:

Had a chance to try it on Vollrath 59500P Mirage Pro Countertop Induction Range, 14-Inch, and it was flawless. Unfortunately, the diameter of the Vollrath's heating element was only about 6 inches, while the diameter of the bottom of this pan is almost 11 inches. So only the center was fully heated. The pan spread the heat as well as could be expected, but I ended up returning the Vollrath - it's spec said the heating diameter was 10 inches, and it wasn't even close. Really frustrating! But the DeBuyer pan was excellent.

Update 2014-05-22:

The pan that I discuss in this review is, in fact, a larger deBuyer Prima Matera frypan: the 32cm (12.6") diameter model 6224.32, not the pan shown here, which is model 6224.28. I bought my pan on, because it's not available on It's exactly the same pan except for the diameter. The diameter of the base of the 32cm pan is about 10.5". When I wrote this review, I had forgotten that it was not the pan that I actually bought. If anything, the smaller diameter pan should perform better than the larger pan, since the base will heat more evenly, especially on induction cooktops whose element is smaller than the base of the large pan.