CeraStone ceramic cookware is a good-looking latest brand in the marketplace. It has a handful product lines cuisine to different prices along with fashion.
The Pressure Forged CeraStone Ceramic Cookware offered as 10 pieces set. If we are purchasing the 10 pieces set, we will get the following: 02-quart covered saucepan with lids, 01-quart covered saucepan with lids, 05-quart covered Dutch oven with lids, 03-quart covered saucepan with lids, 10-inch fry pan, and 08-inch fry pan.
The set is offered in equally black (PFS1016) as well as red (PFS1023). As well there are some open stock pieces accessible and those that will balance the above likely an 11-inch fry pan, 11-inch chicken fryer, 5-inch omelet pan as well as mini 0.5-quart sauce-pan.
The fry pans and pots are made of 5 millimeters and 4-millimeter aluminum correspondingly. The internal features their own StoneCoat 2020 with diamond infused technology that is declared to be one of the greatest performing ceramic layers in the manufacturing. The performance is also similar to Teflon but is totally PTFE as well as PFOA free. The external has a matte finish with temperature resistant paint.
The handle is Bakelite with the high polish for a stylish appearance. As well the pieces have an induction base to create it appropriate for a variety of cooktops such as gas, electric as well as induction. They are equally dishwasher and oven safe too.
CeraStone Ceramic Cookware Pros and Cons:
Red color – we can get this CeraStone ceramic cookware in red and the accurate color pots and pans do sell. Whether it is to match the other pieces in the kitchen or to have a more modern look, this CeraStone ceramic cookware set certainly looks bright and nice in its red shade. Other 10-piece cookware sets that also come in red are the Cook N Home Nonstick and Bialetti Aeternum.
The Surface doesn’t Stick – The StoneCoat 2020 does perform as expected with easy food release. When food doesn’t stick to the pan, it also means cleaning is easy with little scrubbing needed.
No Crevices – Unlike most ceramic pots and pans with handles that are riveted to the body, food and sauces can get stuck in the crevices of the rivets, making cleaning a hassle. For the CeraStone Pressure Forged series, the whole interior is smooth, which would be a welcomed change for some.
Heats up Quickly – With a 4mm and 5mm aluminum construction, the pieces do heat up fast since the element is a good conductor of heat.
Untested – Since this is a relatively new cookware in the market, the customer feedback, and reviews of this product are still few in number. But there are already complaints of the durability of the interior coating which didn’t last beyond a few months and the paint running and chipping on the outside and on the handles although such complaints are in the minority at this time.
Price – The price of the Pressure Forged CeraStone Ceramic cookware set is not cheap. It costs twice as much as the Cook N Home and still slightly more expensive than the popular WearEver Pure Living sets at the time of review. Of course, it’s cheaper than the Cuisinart Pro-Classic Ceramic, but Cuisinart is a well-established brand which already has a premium attached to its name compared to CeraStone.
Granted the CeraStone ceramic cookware is not prohibitively expensive and at the time of review, you can get this 10-piece set for less than $130. This is a price point that buyers could still feel comfortable trying out despite the lack of reviews overall.
But comparing the CeraStone with WearEver Pure Living, the latter has been around for a while and has garnered hundreds of positive customer reviews on Amazon. So, if you are unsure of the risk, going for the tried and tested could still be a safer option when shopping for CeraStone ceramic cookware.No Comments on CeraStone Ceramic Cookware Review (Untapped)