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Old 12-05-2017, 09:26 AM   #1
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Induction Cookware

I have seen some older discussions of Induction Cookware but was not finding anything really current - so we are getting our first induction cooktop with our new Ventana and are getting shopping for new cookware to go with it. Does anyone have experience with Woll Diamond Induction cookware? I did see other brands discussed in other forums but not this one! Thanks for your comments!
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I think because of the higher costs, and the pans not being stackable like the Magma brand, that the Woll seems comparatively expensive and takes more space. We're going with the Magma stackable system with the non-stick surfacef for our new Ventana.

Congratulations on your Vantana!
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No experience with Woll. We purchased a few pieces of Calphalon that meet our needs. All of the sets were more pieces than we want/need.
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I can only comment on the Magma, non stick, seven piece set as that is what we have. We are very pleased with the quality and the way it stores. I also like that the set only has a few pans. With only two burners I don't need to carry eight different pots/pans. www.magmaproducts.com/Products/Cookware/Induction_Cookware/induction_cookware.html
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Can't comment on the brand you named or the Magma. We bought T-Fal C718SC for under $80 on Amazon. The price has gone up now, I think the set was being discontinued. I like stainless steel pots and the non stick ceramic pans. It was hard to find a set with all the pans we needed.

I happened onto the website for Tramontina pans and they were offering a free 8" frying pan just for signing up for their email. Not sure if the offer is still there. All I had to give was my email so I thought I would try. Low and behold I got a free 8" frying pan! It is induction ready and very nice but a little heavy.

Congrats on your new MH!

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We're big fans of the Magma pots and pans. They're heavy duty and well built.

https://www.amazon.com/Magma-Product...rds=magma+pots

I also bought the pan spacers that keep them quiet during travel.

https://www.amazon.com/Magma-Product...DC2JPSK40GHDP4

Lastly, I bought these, pads that you place between the pan and the cooktop while cooking.

True Induction 10 inch Non-Slip Silicone Cooking Mat for Induction Cooktops | eBay
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Induction pots and pans

We bought this Circlon 10 pc set. Stores under booth seats nicely.
Best pots and pans I own.

https://shop.circulon.com/Cookware/I...ack-80580.html
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Besides quality, space should also be a consideration. Two of the best are Rapid Chef and Magma Ware. We have Rapid Chef and would.getthat brad again.
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Copper Chef pans work great. I have 2 Copper Chef (only Copper Chef brand work) and a set of Magma for our 2016 Ventana and that’s all we have needed. I use the CC every chance I can because of the easy cleanup and they are as good as advertised. Congratulations on your new Rig and happy trails.
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If you're considering Magma, be sure to get the INDUCTION version of the pans. They make both, and it's not always obvious. There should be an "IND" in the part number.

Example:
10 piece stacking set - induction: Part # A10-360L-IND
10 piece stacking set - NON-induction: Part # A10-366

Also note that there is a new version out of the Induction Cookware that had non-stick surface on the inside of the pans.

Part # A10-366-2-IND
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