Originally Posted by kitchengoddess8
What's the pan made of? Is it anodized aluminum?
Reviews state that this pan's non-stick qualities last about 6 months, and then the pans become junk. They also state that the warranty isn't honored. I bought some years ago, and found the same problem. In addition, the coating began to wear off, and I was using plastic utensils at the time. I just don't buy any kind of non-stick pans anymore, with the exception of a square, non-stick griddle that is used only over medium heat for pancakes and an occasional American style omelet.
That's my experience with Swiss Diamond cookwear.
Seeeeeeya; Chief Longwind of the North