Granitestone 13 Piece Hard Anodized Pro Series Cookware Set
The 13 piece hard anodized set is our pièce de résistance. this pro series set is higher gauge metal than any of our pans, more durable, and is the ultimate kickstarter for your kitchen.
BUILT TO LAST –Granitestone Pro is constructed from hard anodized which is stronger than stainless steel & standard aluminum cookware. The hard-anodized aluminum exterior is dense, nonporous, highly wear-resistant, and conducts heat incredibly well for the ultimate pro performance.
ULTRA NONSTICK - the ultra-nonstick ceramic coating is reinforced with titanium and delivers the ultimate food release - no oil or butter needed makes for healthier eating, and provides for hassle free, easy cleanup
SUPER DURABLE – the coating of the pan is durable enough to withstand metal utensils, spatulas, spoons, whisks and even electric beaters while delivering years of outstanding, nonstick use
STAINLESS STEEL HANDLES - are cool to the touch on the stovetop while the ergonomic design provides a safe and solid grip.
COOKTOP & OVEN SAFE - compatible with gas, electric, glass cooktops & oven safe up to a sizzling up to 500° Fahrenheit, lids included! Please note, this set isn’t compatible with induction cooktops
TEMPERED GLASS LIDS - lets you monitor food as it cooks. Lids fit tight to seal nutrients for more flavorful results & are oven safe
DISHWASHER SAFE - spend less time with cleanup! After all the cooking and prepping is done, place cookware in the dishwasher for quick and easy cleanup
HEALTHY & NONTOXIC - all Granitestone products are free of PFOA, PFOS & other harmful chemicals including lead & cadmium for an eco-friendly, healthy experience
Bought my set about five years ago and maybe that’s as long as it is supposed to last. Because now they are Falling Apart
We bought a new set when we moved in our new house the first time using the big pot my sister in law destroyed it with a mixer making mashed potatoes
I bought my set less than six months ago and now everything is sticking to the pots and pans. Two of my frying pans have to be soaked prior to washing them. I have never put them in the dishwasher or used metal utensils. I hand wash everything and only use wooden or plastic utensils. I'm very disappointed in the wear. Now two of my frying pans have a rust-colored film on them when they are dry. Is there anything I did to cause this?
I received the wrong set but they are wonderful.