Written on: 20/08/2010 by Damien Martin (1 review written)
In summary - I'd say SCAMpan was a more appropriate name.
I bought a large scanpan frypan about two years ago. It was an experiment - buy the "best" - or most expensive - to see if it was worthwhile. It wasn't. I was suspicious about the warranty from the outset: why would you need to clean off built up food if it was non-stick? Should just rinse off. The surface is very hard and scratch resistant but was only semi-non-stick even at the start. I tried to cook an omelet in it last night, and even carefully pre-oiling the pan it was a sticky disaster, I'm very unhappy. This is suitable as a casserole dish, if you want a frying pan (let alone a non-stick one) buy something else!