SOLIDTEKNICS nÃ¶ni Stainless Steel Skillet
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SOLIDTEKNICS nöni™ 26cm Skillet. A low maintenance workhorse chef’s pan, perfect for everyday frying, grilling etc. Wrought in one seamless piece in Sydney from our legendary 3mm thick, highly conductive, non-Nickel ferritic stainless steel. Rotary polished inside pan, and raw brushed manufactured surface outside. There will be minor processing scuff marks, unique to each pan, which we consider to be a thing of natural beauty and truth!
This highly conductive ferritic stainless steel will cook and brown more like wrought iron than the stainless steel you might be used to. Each pan is engraved with the month and year of manufacture for heirloom collectibility.
nöni™ stainless steel range is perfect for all liquid boiling, slow cooking, acidic sauces, and is very low maintenance.....and indestructible.
Dimensions: 51.5cm long overall, 1.5kg, 4.3cm deep, 1.75L capacity.
What makes nöni™ so conductive and indestructible?
nöni™ is a genuine world-first in cookware: seamless, one-piece, production wrought stainless steel cookware. No rivets, coatings, or welds - just fast and even heating on all heat sources, without the need for fragile clad layers to improve conductivity. This has never been done before because it is almost impossible, and not possible with traditional pressing methods. After thousands of years of metal cookware (and a century of disposable cookware), this innovative little Australian engineering co. found a way.
For nöni™ we scoured the globe for the most exceptional ferritic stainless steel (zero stainless is made in Australia!). This is not a common Nickel austenitic stainless steel: this ferritic is much more heat conductive. Non-Nickel = magnetic = induction compatible. Our nöni™ skillet is wrought from this beautiful material.
Our patent-pending nöni™ is indeed the only seamless one-piece stainless steel production cookware in the World, and easily the most durable. We want our supporters to buy our cookware only once, and then hand them down for multiple generations as treasured heirlooms. That's why we stamp the date of manufacture on every pan.