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saute pan question

Thank you again! I will copy this and follow your advice.

Oct 10, 2012
lkristin in Cookware

saute pan question

Okay! The pan arrived today and it is lovely! It is perfect in every way - very flat bottom. It is labeled Mauviel Cuprinox 2.5mm but it has the Dehillerin stamp. I can't wait to try it out. Thanks again for all the great advice.

Oct 09, 2012
lkristin in Cookware

saute pan question

I finally decided on the E. Deh. with the stainless lining. I'm sure the Mauviel even tinned would have been fantastic, but I'll not likely do this again, so there it is. I faxed over my info and am really excited to see what shows up. I'll write when it does. (Watch the quote, however. I asked for dollars and it was euros when I asked again).

Sep 30, 2012
lkristin in Cookware

saute pan question

Thanks! I'll take a peek

Sep 28, 2012
lkristin in Cookware

saute pan question

No French. I emailed first to info@e-dehillerin.fr They asked for the page I was looking at online and I sent it to them. There was an error on their website about the size of the pan, so I asked them to confirm the size. They have responded and I have been replying to messagerie wanadoo <e-dehillerin@wanadoo.fr

Sep 28, 2012
lkristin in Cookware

saute pan question

Bad news. Just confirmed the quote was in Euro, so it is 505 today. That makes it $50 more for this over the 2mm Mauviel. I think I'll still get the E. Deh. Thanks for all the advice.

Sep 28, 2012
lkristin in Cookware

saute pan question

Williams Sonoma in store had the same pan I am looking at in tinned Mauviel. Don't remember the price.

Sep 27, 2012
lkristin in Cookware

saute pan question

My quote was 391.08. I asked for it in dollars, so I hope that is what it is. Thanks for all the advice.

Sep 27, 2012
lkristin in Cookware

saute pan question

Thank you!

Sep 27, 2012
lkristin in Cookware

saute pan question

Thank you! my mind is at ease now.

Sep 27, 2012
lkristin in Cookware

saute pan question

The ones I viewed didn't. Was this from the factory? Anyway, I should stop while I'm ahead unless there is a Falk advantage I need to know about.

Sep 27, 2012
lkristin in Cookware

saute pan question

I almost went with the Atlantis. I liked the conductivity of silver, but I didn't really want magnetized. Just my own hangup.

Sep 27, 2012
lkristin in Cookware

saute pan question

I emailed them asking for a quote. It is about half what Mauviel wanted for a 2mm pan. Adding 114 for shipping makes it about 50 less for the 2.5 mm E. Deh. over the 2mm Mauviel. I now have to fax or email them my credit card number and info. Hopefully that won't be a mistake, but old posts didn't mention any problems.

Sep 27, 2012
lkristin in Cookware

saute pan question

Falk didn't have any helper handles, but I'm glad to hear they start from the same source. This pan has 2 small handles instead of one long, so I'm hoping the back will be ok lifting it up with both hands close to my body. I have a couple Le Creuset that I lift that way and I can usually get away with it if I'm not reaching outwards. Thank you!

Sep 27, 2012
lkristin in Cookware

saute pan question

Thank you! This helps the decision. I'll pick the E. Dehillerin.

Sep 27, 2012
lkristin in Cookware

saute pan question

I am trying to decide between two 11" copper saute pans and could really use some advice, since it is a big investment for me. Mauviel Cuprinox is 2mm thick. I am getting the pan with 2 helper handles instead of the long one because of back problems. e-dehillerin has the same pan at 2.5 mm thick. Cost is a little less for the E-deh if ordered from France. Could they both be made by the same company? I have read posts saying that the difference in the copper thickness is negligible. Both come with lids and are stainless lined. Mauviel has ss handles and the E-Deh. is iron or brass. Any glaring problems or differences? I have an electric (not induction) range. Please advise.

Sep 27, 2012
lkristin in Cookware