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PerfectGreen NonStick Fry Pan Review

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Back in 2012, Hearthware NuWave introduced a line of frying pans called PerfectGreen. Members of the press were offered a skillet to try at home, which I gladly accepted. Obviously I did not write a review immediately, but instead chose to use the pan over a period of time to see if it would perform consistently. Home consumers don’t have the option of using a product for a couple weeks then moving on to the next new brand, so I try to emulate week-in week-out wear and tear.

PerfectGreen Fry Pans

Made from bonded stainless steel with Duralon, a diamond based nano-ceramic non-stick technology, the pans were originally created as a companion tool for the popular NuWave PIC – Precision Induction Cooktop. The Duralon coating is a very hard, natural and safe ceramic material that is long-lasting as well as eco-friendly – free of PTFE, PFOA or any other toxic elements.

The pan base is an almost 1/2″ disk of magnetic stainless steel which allows it to be used on induction surfaces as well as any other cooktop surface. While the base is quite thick, the pan itself is light and easy to maneuver. The 100% metal handle allows the pan to be oven safe even under high heat.

The original PerfectGreen skillets had a green non-stick interior but now come with a more stylish bronze color. This is simply a stylistic change and has nothing to do with the actual performance of the pan or coating. One of the recent developments in non-stick surface technology is the ability to change the surface color. I have seen non-stick surfaces of white, red, green, etc. in place of the old charcoal or black surface with which you are most familiar.

The press were given an 8-inch “omelet” pan, but PerfectGreen is sold in 9, 10.5 and 11.5-inch sizes; each skillet has an optional glass lid available for purchase.

PerfectGreen nonstick skillets

PerfectGreen nonstick skillets


There is also a 10-piece set which includes a 7.5qt stock pot, a 3.5qt braiser style pan and saucepans in 3qt, 2 qt and 1.5qt sizes, all with matching tempered glass lids.

PerfectGreen cookware set

PerfectGreen cookware set


All are very affordable, with skillets priced at $29.97, $39.99 and $49.98 respectively and the set selling for $199.95.

The only place to buy these pans is on the NuWave website, look under the Parts & Accessories category.

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PerfectGreen Performance

Now to address the actual performance of PerfectGreen pans, the real reason you are reading this article.

I used this small skillet to cook all manner of eggs (fried, over-easy, scrambled and omelet), sausage, chicken breasts, and fish – quite literally anything that would fit in the 8″ space.


The thick stainless steel base is a very efficient distributor able to bring the pan to temperature quickly and maintain that heat consistently throughout the cooking process.

In head-to-head competition with several other non-stick pans, PerfectGreen consistently reached cooking temperatures faster. Food was ready to eat in less time and thus used less energy to cook the food.

Tests against a leading Ceramic Cast Aluminum pan:

To reach…
– 325 F
PerfectGreen – 2:20 – 2:35 minutes
Ceramic Cast Aluminum pans – 4:20 – 4:35 minutes

– 425 F
PerfectGreen – 6:40 – 7:00 minutes
Ceramic Cast Aluminum pans – 9:40 – 10:00 minutes

Non-Stick Ability

At the outset, PerfectGreen performed just as you see demonstrated on TV or at trade shows. No oil or fat is required for eggs or other foods to cook and just slide right off the surface like it was waxed.

However as time passed, the surface became less and less non-stick. I would estimate that under regular usage you would notice this performance slip in 4-8 weeks. It’s not that it completely loses its non-stick ability but it performs more like an uncoated surface, meaning that you need to use some form of oil or fat to achieve an acceptable non-stick performance while also managing your pan temperatures very closely.

In the ongoing head-to-head competitions against other coatings under identical circumstances, even much older pans, the performance paled.

I monitored the temperatures of the competing pans closely throughout using a Laser Probe Digital Thermometer to ensure consistent steady heat.

PerfectGreen pan comparison

PerfectGreen pan comparison


In this photo eggs were fried over-easy without oil and what you see is the remaining egg stuck on after removing the cooked eggs. The PerfectGreen pan stuck badly and had to be scraped out leaving misshapen and broken eggs. When cleaning up, the stuck on bits needed to be scrubbed to be removed. The much older Ceramic Cast Aluminum pan had no problems with sticking or cleanup.


I don’t like to write negative things about products but I have to be true to you the readers and be honest about my experiences.

I wanted to like this pan but as the most important aspect of a non-stick pan is its ability to not stick, if you are in the market for a new non-stick pan, there are better choices out there even in the same price range.


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44 Responses to “PerfectGreen NonStick Fry Pan Review”

  1. Pleased User

    My wife bought a NuWave Perfectgreen 11.5″ pan approximately 5 years ago. It has been frequently used with absolutely no problems. From the sound of many of the comments above, the problem cookware seems to have been related to induction style cooktops and related NewWave cookware. Ours has always been used on a glasstop electric stove.

  2. kitchenboy

    @Dinoh – If the coating is not actually peeled or scratched, I would treat the pan like a stick resistant or stainless steel pan, use oil or fat to help prevent sticking, as well as keeping the temps under 450F.


  3. Dinoh

    I bought them and after a month the food sticks to the surface badly :C have any of you found a way for them not to stick?? thank you!!

  4. Debra

    Not sure if I was the DEBRA who was pleased with her pans and was thinking about ordering the Black Friday pots, but it sure could have been me as I was pleased and did order the pots on a Bkack Friday sale, so here is an update. I love them all, I sort of baby them and have still never trying to fry anything with some sort of oil. The quality is great and far superior to my old pots and pans. Not saying that there is not something out there better, but this product works great for me and they will remain in my kitchen.

  5. Robert

    I just found this conversation and completely agree with Kitchenboy. I am about to damage the environment by throwing out my not so Perfectgreen pans. There was mention made of Zwilling. I purchase one pan to try out, then bought a complete set. They are outstanding and I have used them heavily for over a year.

    BTW, I do love the precision cooktops, and the Zwilling pots and pans work great with them.

    Thanks for the informative and spot-on original review.

  6. Randy

    I have had a NuWave Induction cooktop and their Duralon fry pans for over three years and they are fantastic. I found on one of the small fry pans it did lose some of it’s non-stick qualities, but since I have found I have had NO problems with losing the non=stick properties if I keep the temperature below 300 degrees. When I want to use a higher temperature I use a stainless steel uncoated pan. Love the pans and also Induction cooking. Have not used my gas cooktop in over a year now.

  7. Davi

    About a year ago, I purchased a counter top induction cooker and a moderately priced 12″ ceramic fry pan. At first, the nonstick surface performed flawlessly. However, over the next few weeks the non stick properties of the surface began to disappear. The center of the surface itself began to discolour. I returned the pan and purchased a more expensive ceramic one with a label indicating “Duralon non stick surface”. I was assured by the sales staff that this pan had a superior cooking surface and would perform as advertised. Well, in just a few weeks the nonstick performance went the way of the first pan. I returned that one and purchased an even more expensive ceramic one…. Same result… During this time I also went through 3 different table top induction stoves. The problem with these stoves was mostly uneven cooking. Even though I always used low to medium heat, any time I cooked food (sauté), it would burn but not evenly, There seemed to be parts of the pan that became extremely hot. The food would leave a foot print eventually discolouring the pan.

    I developed an experiment to easily see how much of the cooking surface became hot. and also to determine the low temperature performance of any induction stove top.

    I Filled a frying pan with less than 1/2 inch of water and placed it on the cooktop at a low to medium temperature… What I found was that most induction cooktops have very poor low temperature performance. In all cases I tried, the low temperature is controlled with a thermostat. Because there is only a half inch of water, I could easily see that the boiling water was not evenly distrubited. (One two or three small spots on the pan) At these lower temperature settings, the hot spots would get very hot but for shorter periods of time. At higher temperature settings the cooker just cycled off less often. It is as though the stove tops were either all the way on or all the way off. Using this same 1/2 inch water experiment, at very high temperature settings I could see the maximum area where there was boiling water … Maybe 1/3 of the interior of the pan. That is all.

    I went back to the store and with the help of the staff, conducted this experiment on all the induction cookers they displayed. (about 15 units)

    Results varied only slightly and some of the more expensive induction units had very poor performance.

    I found an off brand that seemed to have the best performance, It was moderately priced so I purchased it. The sales staff brought a new one from their warehouse and we performed the same experiment… This unit performed very poorly. I ended up taking the display unit home.

    Do the poor performing induction cooktops contribute to the poor performing ceramic fry pans? Perhaps… But one thing is sure….. This is new technology (the induction stoves and the non stick ceramic cookware) Hopefully they will improve over time.

  8. kitchenboy

    @cybernurse – if you look at the comments, I have recommended alternatives, as recently as mid-2015 – among them Swiss Diamond, ScanPan and GreenPan.

    All three companies have well constructed pans with excellent nonstick coatings. Two of them, Swiss Diamond and Scanpan are made from cast aluminum which provides a heavy duty feel and a better heat capacity. Swiss Diamond has no rivets inside the pan area, neither does ScanPan Classic, which is my favorite line from them. I prefer not having the rivets on the inside because it is one less area for food to stick to or get a grimy build up.

    GreenPan is an anodized aluminum pan with the impressive Thermolon coating which has an amazing 850 degree heat limit. When Zwilling Group and OXO wanted a coating for their nonstick cookware, they chose GreenPan’s Thermolon.

    These are excellent choices.

    Thanks for reading

  9. cybernurse

    Well folks … now that we’re into 2016, has ANYONE yet found a material that’s safe and also lasts? (The original comments on this page were first entered in 2014. I’m wondering if users who “jumped ship” once the surface stopped performing have found something better since then.)

    I’m all ears.

  10. Joe Brisbois

    I bought these pans thinking I would never need to replace them, that I had made a purchase for life. Unfortunately within six months I noticed that the gold surface was chipping off in all but two of the pots, which meant I was consuming specks of the pan. In addition the frying pans along with the chipping were NOT non-stick. It didn’t seem to matter if I greased the pans everything I cooked left a surface to clean. Bacon and or eggs are the worse.
    I called the company after eight months to ask for help and I was told that the pans were under warranty but the surface of the pans were not. This information being an oxymoron left me quite upset and looking at making another pot and pan purchase but not from Nuwave.
    My other purchases from Nuwave have been satisfactory with two induction cook tops and the Nuwave oven. No complaints
    I hope this helps others who are considering this purchase. Joe Brisbois

  11. kitchenboy

    @Linda, if you read down the comments section I gave a couple of good alternatives, that yes included Thermolon. I have not had any problem with their coating at all, it has held up very well. However, the Swiss Diamond & Scan Pans are both outstanding.

    Thanks for reading

  12. Linda

    I am looking for a SAFE, non stick 8″ fry pan. I have read many site reviews that most Thermalon & Duralon surface pans are safe, after some weeks or months, the food starts to stick to the surface of the pan. Do you have any suggestions of brands that prove to be better.

  13. Deni

    I rarely comment, but when I googled this issue with the NuWave frying pan, I came across your site! Thank you for addressing this! I feel better knowing it was not something I did! We love our NuWave but these pans are pretty expensive to have to replace every few months or so. I’m searching for a longer lasting alternative!

  14. Debbi

    THANKS for your balanced evaluation of Duralon cookware. I’m still in the honeymoon phase (first month: still heats up FAST, food slides off–I love it!) – I hope these features last more than a few months!
    But I could’ve sworn the pans came with lids (at least, that’s what I recall from the webpage I ordered from–but I CANNOT FIND THE PAGE.) I can’t even find a page listing all the options & prices for individual pieces & sets. And neither can their customer support people! Weird… (And 1/3 the total cost was “SHIPPING & PROCESSING”!!) And even the invoices don’t accurately list which sets include lids… So, with a set of 3 skillets, I received 2 lids–one of which is too big! And they’re saying I shouldn’t have received ANY lids with this set… Anyone else have such issues , ordering direct from Nuwave?

  15. kitchenboy

    tsimitpo, I have not used Ceramcor’s Xtrema cookware. I do have experience with other ceramic cookware manufactured by Emile Henry. The ceramic cookware can brown, sear and be used on most if not all cook surfaces, save for induction. I will say that it is not completely 100% non-stick in the way most people think of non-stick. Having said that, I have never had anything stick so badly that the food was ruined or that it required a lot of effort to clean up.

    I do like my Flametop pieces from Emile Henry, but like Xtrema, if dropped, they will break and can also sometimes break under cooking conditions. It is rare, but I have seen it happen in a demonstration. Just something to keep in mind.

    Emile Henry Cook and Bakeware can be purchased at many kitchen shops and online (the link here is to Amazon).

    Thanks for reading

  16. tsimitpo

    Thanks for the well-done review! Our family just bought a NuWave 12″ pan to get our feet wet in the ceramic coated pan market. Based on reviews I had read of similar products, I’ve had concerns of precisely what you described as your experience. We’ll just have to make the best of it and keep looking for a solution that is more durable and hopefully cost-effective.

    Perhaps I should’ve gone with my first instinct, which was to give Xtrema cookware by Ceramcor a try. Do you happen to have any experience with or opinion on that?

  17. kitchenboy

    @Zaplin – When it comes to nonstick pans I have three companies that I recommend – Swiss Diamond, ScanPan and GreenPan.

    All three companies have well constructed pans with excellent nonstick coatings. Two of them, Swiss Diamond and Scanpan are made from cast aluminum which provides a heavy duty feel and a better heat capacity. Swiss Diamond has no rivets inside the pan area, neither does ScanPan Classic, which is my favorite line from them. I prefer not having the rivets on the inside because it is one less area for food to stick to or get a grimy build up.

    GreenPan is an anodized aluminum pan with the impressive Thermolon coating which has an amazing 850 degree heat limit. When Zwilling Group and OXO wanted a coating for their nonstick cookware, they chose GreenPan’s Thermolon.

    You really can’t go wrong with any of these fine companies.

    Thanks for reading

    P.S. Canadian readers you can use these links for Amazon Canada –

    Swiss Diamond



  18. zaplin

    Thanks for posting this.
    Would you recommend any nonstick frying pan brand, please?

  19. Wilma Hampson

    I have used my Nu Wave over 2 years now at least twice a day. I love it. The cookware though, NO. Bad stuff. Sticks big time.

  20. Robert Martin

    I have bought a complete set and after 6 Months of minimum use I would recommend buying any other Pans but these. I am very dissatisfied with their product and in short….THEY SUCK

  21. Bigfoot

    I agree with Bluebird. I am using mostly cast iron, I have a pan, a skillet, and a grill that work fantastic. I can crank up the Sear without worry. I have had the PIC since Dec 2014 and the Duralon 2 skillet that came with it, and a few more pieces I purchased are showing signs of wear and losing it’s sheen. Bamboo and Silicone utensils seem to be the best. I have had pieces of plastic melt off of other lower cost non-stick utensils. Still seems to be relatively non-stick, but not as much as when first used. I am on the lookout for a ceramic coated induction set that looks like it may last a few years, so far, in scouring the NET, it does not seem to exist yet. I am not going back to my T-Fal, as much as the performance was good, not interested in eating pieces of PTFE. The $250 per item price tag on “Le Creuset” may not be all that bad, after all, when this is all said and done?

  22. Gusg

    Bruce and kitchenboy, I just read your comments about the sear setting on the PIC cooktop. I received my cooktop and pots plus a grill top skillet for searing. It works great ! Just like cooking on a grill.

  23. kitchenboy

    @Bruce – sorry for the late reply, the holidays got away from me. If their material said 350, that would be odd, because the website has different information. The Duralon 2 Ceramic Non-Stick Fry Pan can withstand heats up to 850°F for short periods. The recommended cooking temperature should not exceed 450°F.

    The 450°F is pretty standard for non-stick cookware, consistent temperatures way in excess of that begin to break down the surface. Duralon was meant for high heat but I think they had backed away from the 850°F claims a bit. It’s not good for the pan.

    So I agree with you, if you want reasonable temperatures used with the PIC Cooktop, then why have auto presets higher at start up? It doesn’t make much sense. Even though induction is a better heat, temperatures above the recommendations will still shorten the life of a non-stick pan.

    Thanks for reading

  24. kitchenboy

    @David – No I did not test the Duralon 2 pans as they were not made available to us at that time because it didn’t exist. My comments and review are about the original line, but I must reiterate that color of the non-stick coating has nothing to do with version. If the pan says it is Duralon 2, then it is – Don’t go by the non-stick coating color.

    As for the durability of Duralon 2, I can’t say. My feeling on non-stick inside of sauce pans and pots is that I don’t find it all that necessary. Skillets and maybe saute pans, but sauce pans and soup pots just don’t have the same issues with stuck on foods.

    Thanks for reading

  25. David

    You show the Duralon 2 and also mention it in your review. But, you show the older Green Pan in your picture. Did you retest, using the copper colored pans? The non-stick is now Duralon 2, not the Green Pan. Are you claiming that they are both the same, except for the color? You don’t actually say. If this is the case, how do you know? Did the company tell you that? I HAVE SEEN a cheaper line, also COPPER in color, that they make and that are called Duralon, not Duralon 2. Since there are different ceramic non-sticks on the market, it is not unreasonable to think that they have developed a new formulation. The reason that I am asking this, is that I own the copper Duralon 2 ones and I am thinking about buying the pots, to use on the NuWave PIC. I don’t use my fry pans everyday. I use them maybe once a week, sometimes more, and so far, they are holding up. But, I don’t want to waste my money, if they aren’t going to hold up over time.

    This has been a little long winded, so I will ask again, more simply. Did you test the Duralon 2 pans?

  26. Bluebird

    The small, nonstick skillet that came with my Nuwave induction cooktop is no longer non-stick, with or without oil. Fried eggs are a nightmare. I’m going to go back to using my old cast iron skillets. However, I do love the induction cooktop. I use it with my stove top pressure cooker and it has really made that much easier.

  27. Janene

    I have owned the induction plate for several monhs and I love it! The pan that came with the cook top is still in excellent shape and works as it did when I first used it. I use both every other day.
    I just recently bought an 8 piece set from Kohls. I haven’t used those yet, but expect hem to work just as well.

  28. Bruce

    In addition to my earlier comments and questions, I forgot to question, if the recommended top temperature for the pans is recommended to be 350, why would the automatic start up temp of the burner be 425 degrees?

  29. Bruce

    Just bought the cooktop and set of pans and then read all of these negative comments. I bought them at WalMart, where I work, for $99 each minus my 25% discount for a total of $150. I will take them back if they are as bad as described.

    I do question, however, the fact that the induction burner advertises a “Sear” setting of up to 575 degrees and the Duralon 2 instructions recommend that 350 degrees be the max in order to prevent “scorch, burn, and discolor” of the pans. WHAT’S UP WIT THAT? I wonder if a flat bottom cast iron skillet would be better to use on the induction burner for searing and blackening? Has anyone tried this?

  30. Debra

    Hmmmm…… I really like the pans, I have only the fry pans that came with my induction cook top (I really like that too) was thinking about ordering the whole set as they are on sale today (Black Friday) for $129.00 with free shipping so that I would find a review (to see what others thought) when I came across this.

    I never even tried to fry anything in it without cooking spray, I have never had a problem with them at all. All in all, I think I will still order them at the bargain price, I would like a new set of pans and they will be delivered to my front door. Perhaps I will use them for a while and update my comments at a later date.

  31. Wayne

    I purchased the Nuwave induction cooktop and got the other one for just the S/H. I’ve used one several times and had to get use to setting it right . I’m enjoying it so much that I’ll be taking it where ever I go.
    However, I do thank those talked about the frying pans, I almost ordered some. Thanks again.

  32. Dennis Czupryna

    It is obvious the company Nuwave invested too much of their money in this cookware. I hope the employee who backed this product is no longer there. I like the Nuwave cook top and it has a lot of possibilities. Where is the corporate
    responsibility, there are other pan mfg. they can hang their hat on. My daughter and I both have bought these pans and they look great, but after a few weeks food would stick and that sucks with a capital S.

  33. Bahb

    I’m so sorry I wasted my money on cookware and the Induction cooktop. My pans not only lost the non-stick capability, they warped in the center so they were useless even if I had been willing to scrub away the burned-on food. It took about a month to get them from GREAT to USELESS!

  34. Rob

    We purchased a 9 and 10 inch perfect green pan and were very happy with them for about 4 weeks. We read and followed all directions on care and cleaning. After about 4 weeks food on both pans began to stick and advertised nonstick feature and cleanup became progressively more difficult. We contacted the manufacturer and were told they would NOT refund our purchase price because this was NOT a manufacturing defect. THIS IS A COMPANY I WILL NEVER DO BUSINESS WITH AGAIN NOR DO I THINK ANYONE WHO VALUES THEIR MONEY SHOULD EITHER !!!!!!

  35. John

    I am pleased that someone does their best to present things equally from both perspectives. While using “fickle” or other such words may not be entirely appropriate, it is not condemnatory to the populace nor degrading to the individual using it, but simply not the best choice in order to please “all the people all the time”. Stop being so judgmental on such small differences.

  36. Isaac

    I think Scott is dead on the mark with his perspective. And I think Kitchenboy was good, until he threw in “fickle consumers”, etc. I believe that’s the point Scott was making.

  37. Nelson Donnell

    Come on now Scott, don’t kill the messenger merely because you don’t like the lack of integrity of the manufacturer.

    Although I can identify with your feelings toward the past years of moral relativity having done enough damage to the American dream and it being far past the time that America should be striving to get to the moral high ground, I don’t think the reviewer of this product has done anything to lessen those values of presenting a fair and impartial review of this product.

  38. Scott

    Consumers have very little patience, are fickle and will move to another brand quickly.

    It is not being fickle for consumers to expect a product to live up to the manufacturers claims, or is it having little patience.

    What is fickle is for you to imply by your claim that consumers do not have a right to expect honesty and integrity from manufacturers and retailers.

    It is also fickle for you to imply that business has a right to defraud the consumer with false claims.

    When it is claimed that a product performs in a specific manner and to a specific quality, I for one expect that product to perform in the exact manner and to the exact quality that the manufacturer and retailer describe.

    If I find that the product is not what the manufacturer claimed, then I consider that manufacturer fraudulent and untrustworthy, definitely not worthy of future business from me. That is not being fickle or impatient, that is requiring integrity and honesty from those with whom I do business.

    Stop making stupid statements that make people feel bad about expecting others to act morally proper. The past 30 years of moral relativity has done enough damage to the American dream and it’s far past time that we get back to the moral high ground that many of the founding fathers had for the USA.

  39. KitchenBoy

    @Mario – clearly you work for the company or are involved in marketing/sales for the company. Thanks for reemphasizing the environmental aspects of Duralon, I was fully aware of the coating’s construct, but if you actually read the article you would see the full picture of the pan and the Duralon lifespan.

    A non-stick surface (and therefore pan) must be functionally non-stick throughout the life of the pan or its “green” cred doesn’t mean much. If a pan doesn’t continue to perform at a high level, consumers will dispose of the pan opting for another product. The neglected pan will – surface intact and unchipped – will end up in a land fill somewhere. Consumers have very little patience, are fickle and will move to another brand quickly.

    If you scan the internet boards, you will see that my experiences with Duralon are not unique (see even Crystal’s comments above).

    Thanks for contributing to the conversation


  40. Mario Watson

    The pans are coated with Duralon which, in addition to providing a reliable, non-stick surface, is also environmentally friendly. Whereas other non-stick pans are coated with PTFE, BPA and other toxic chemicals that can chip away after heavy use under high temperatures, our Duralon coating is completely non-toxic. No toxins in the pan means no toxins in your food. Even if the PerfectGreen Fry Pan is accidentally overheated, you can rest assured knowing that no harmful chemicals will leak into your meals. Not only is our non-stick coating healthier than others on the market, it requires less energy to produce than pans with PTFE coating. So not only is the PerfectGreen Fry Pan a healthy cooking tool, it is also earth conscious. You get to protect the planet while you protect your health!

  41. KitchenBoy

    @Chrystal Rutledge – As you read in the article, like you, I saw surface degradation but did not experience any of the other problems you had with yours. It could be that the model I used had different design features that prevent some of those problems.

    Thanks for your feedback and thanks for reading


  42. Chrystal Rutledge

    I was very happy with the environmental claims from the manufacturer, and these pans were great at first, especially for omelettes — I told everyone to get a set. Very quickly, however (within 3 months!), both the bottoms and interiors deteriorated. The bottom surface became sticky to the touch, and now I can’t get eggs out of the pan interiors without soaking for hours. Even a stainless steel (nonstick) pan would be better. Please know that I followed the directions precisely for seasoning and cleaning and have used only soft teflon utensils. Also, the handles on the lids get very hot and I have burned myself several times. I do not recommend.

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