GSI Outdoors® Pinnacle 10'' Frypan
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- Gourmet quality performance from portable backpacking frypan
- Hard anodized aluminum construction
- Non-stick Teflon® coating featuring Radiance technology
- Cooks faster and more evenly
- Superior scratch resistance
- SureLock folding handle
- Spiral-turned base grips stoves and grills securely
Built from the highest quality restaurant grade blanks for gourmet quality, performance, and ease of use, the Pinnacle 10'' Frypan from GSI Outdoors delivers great performance far away from civilization. This heavy-gauge frypan features the Pinnacle hard anodized aluminum construction coated with non-stick Teflon featuring Radiance technology. This special coating helps maximize heat distribution to reach optimal cooking temperatures faster and boasts a scratch and abrasion resistance that makes it safe for use with most metal utensils! SureLock folding handle provides sure control while cooking and folds away when it's time to pack the pan away. Pan's spiral-turned base grips stoves and grills securely for easier and safer use.
Manufacturer model #: 50210.
Rated 5 out of 5 by 2
Rated 5 out of 5 by MSmallardhunter Great Boat Blind Breakfast Fry Pan
I've been looking for a quality non-stick folding fry pan for cooking mid-morning duck blind breakfast. I've been through two non-stick Coleman brand folding fry pans but the GSI Outdoors fry pan is hands down a far superior product. It is durable and distributes heat evenly. The folding handle is a must for boat blinds with limited storage space. The non-stick surface is durable but I'd recommend using non-metal cooking utensils. After hunting season, my Pinnacle Fry Pan gets used in my kitchen at home.
This is a quality product and I'd recommend it over any other folding non-stick fry pans on the market.
September 17, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by jcforester GSI Pinnacle 10" frypan
bought this last weekend because my 7" frypan is not big enough. I put this 10" pan to the test by cooking 1 1/4 lbs hamburger and making an entire batch of Hamburger Helper. Plenty of room in the frypan. I used my super awesome Trangia stove and the pan sits almost perfectly on top.
If I had to list a disadvantage it would be that the stove does not dissipate heat like a cast iron skillet. That would be expected anyway.
June 14, 2011
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