Swiss Diamond pans are exceptional pieces of cookware that will last for many years. Their Nonstick Clad Fry Pan is a fantastic pan for every kitchen. Whether you're frying eggs, sauteing vegetables, or searing meats, you can do it all easily with this pan. Swiss Diamond nonstick pans contain real diamond crystals inside the surface. Their superior nonstick coating eliminates the need for oil, making your food much healthier. The pan's heavy bottom evenly cooks food, eliminating uneven heat distribution and hotspots. Overall, this is a great pan for every cook. It will easily become one of your most used pans once it's in your home. Swiss Diamond pans are constructed to produce nothing but excellence for many years to come.
Founded in 1974, Swiss Diamond International Sarl is a private company located in the Swiss Alps. Using the demand for more efficient and improved non-stick cookware as inspiration, Swiss Diamond engineered an innovative type of non-stick coating that utilizes real diamond crystals--which is the hardest material known--and they patented the technology. In 2006, the company sought to improve their revolutionary technology and spent four years researching and testing. In 2010, Swiss Diamond released their advanced HD coating line, which features a 30% overhaul. All current products are manufactured using the new HD coating.
The Prestige Clad Nonstick FIVE LAYER cookware line has been developed after many years of research and development. The Nonstick technology that is incorporated results in brilliant cooking performance and our patented Swiss Diamond nonstick coating results in the perfect food release every time. The bonded layers allow the heat to be evenly distributed around the pan, removing the possibility of hot spots. These high-quality products will reduce the amount of energy needed to produce your meals.
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Swiss Diamond nonstick pans require care to help them last a lifetime. To keep the pan’s unsurpassed non stick properties, continue to take special care.
Low to medium heat
Never cook with high heat. This causes damage to the cooking surface. Preheat your pan on a medium high heat for 2 to 3 minutes before adding your food.
Swiss Diamond nonstick pans contain small diamond pieces within the surface, allowing you to use little to no oil. If you do use oil, use a high temperature cooking oil such as sunflower, avocado, etc. It is not recommended to use olive oil or butter. Never use a non stick spray.
Never use metal utensils when cooking on a nonstick pan. Silicone and wooden tools are best. Never cut food within the pan. If you’re using an immersion blender, make sure it never touches the sides or bottom of the pan.
Swiss Diamond Cookware is oven safe up to 500 degrees Fahrenheit (260 degrees Celsius). Always use pot holders when picking up the pan as the handles will get extremely hot and will cause harm.
Always clean Swiss Diamond pans with hot soapy water after each use. Do not use an abrasive brush as this can ruin the nonstick surface. Swiss Diamond cookware is dishwasher safe, but we recommend washing by hand. Make sure to thoroughly the pan to prevent harmful bacteria growth.
When stacking pans, be sure to place paper towels in between each pan to prevent scratches.
Lid Use and Care
Heat tempered glass offers a lid that is 4x stronger than untreated glass.
Adjustable steam vent allows you to release or contain moisture.
Stainless steel rim traps moisture inside the pan.
Oven safe up to 500 degrees F/260 Degrees C.
Dishwasher safe, but hand wash is recommended.
Swiss Diamond warrants to the original owner of the cookware that is is free of defects in materials and workmanship for the lifetime of the product. This warranty does not cover glass lids or handles. The warranty does not apply if Swiss Diamond's Use and Care Instructions are not followed. The warranty does not cover damage or destruction caused by misuse, abuse, accident, overheating, alterations or commercial use. The warranty does not cover stains, discoloration, food odor, scratch marks or dents.