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Old 11-27-2017, 02:45 PM   #15
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We bought Calphalon brand cookware for our house. When we were gone last winter we took most of the set with us and it worked really well.

This summer we didn't want to always take our house set so we bought a set of Nuwave Duralon. The things are pretty indestructible and heat quickly and evenly.

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We have the Cuisinart set (BB&B) and they seem to work pretty well for a reasonable price. We particularly like the rectangular fry pan.
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We just bought a rectangular bacon fryer and an egg cooker for the MW. Wow No need for the Induction Cooktop for breakfast
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Old 11-27-2017, 02:55 PM   #18
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Cuisinart cookware - been using it for years with my S&B induction so just picked up a few more pieces for the coach. Got the first set at Costco or Sam's Club. Reasonably priced, has worn and worked well. Still looks like brand new. But I'll will check out the Magna - the nesting idea sounds really good. Whatever you choose, just be cautious. All of the brands make both induction and regular cookware. Make sure you check to see if the label says induction - and then test it.
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Old 11-27-2017, 04:18 PM   #19
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The 2017's & 16's are the Furion. Not sure about the 2018, but believe that it is a Furion also. Newmar is the True Induction.

I have talked to other Entegra owners that like the Furion, but then I have talked to others that think that it is a piece of junk. I guess that the take away is to try it and come to your own conclusions. Would be very curious as to what you feel and I will probably revisit after I test the True Induction.
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Old 11-27-2017, 05:31 PM   #20
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Most cookware has multiple lines.. T-Fal for example. Some work, Some not.

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Old 11-27-2017, 05:39 PM   #21
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Costco. works fine,
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Old 11-27-2017, 05:47 PM   #22
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Look at the back of the pan. If it does not have the induction squiggle it will not likely work. Adding a thin silicone pad rated for 500 degrees will keep your pan from sliding around on the top.
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Got ours at Ikea. I think every pan they sell works with induction.

Key thing is the bottom of the pan has to be flat. Any warpage from cold water in a hot pan makes our cooktop give nonstop errors and adds another item to our donation box.
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I agree the Magma set is great. Looks good & stores easy.
Get the storage pads or make your own.
Buy at Camping World or Amazon.

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I agree the Magma set is great. Looks good & stores easy.

Get the storage pads or make your own.

Buy at Camping World or Amazon.





Yes!! These are fantastic. We donít eat out much and use this cookware exclusively. You wonít be disappointed with this stuff.
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We are using the set from our S&B while under construction. DW likes the Le Creuset brand sold at outlet stores. The shiny SS version has a ferrous iron disk in the bottom. They clean up nice. All of the cast iron enamel versions work like the Dutch oven she enjoys but you have to be careful about scraping against the glass top. Not cheap but the results are I get nice meals. Happy wife........
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Sear's had a set of induction cookware on sale a couple years ago. Said so on the box! I also took a magnet with me to the store and the cookware reacted positively to the magnet, but it did not work. Had to be returned.
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DW bought the cuisinart set and really likes it. It stacks as high as you can get it in the cabinet, but she had Entegra leave the dividers out of her cabinets and the top shelf goes all the way across. An added feature is the measurements are marked off inside the pans and cool handles.
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