Five Two Essential Stainless Steel Skillet
Get to know our cookware—we took time to get the little details right:
Fully clad, tri-ply stainless steel construction: Each design is an ultra-sturdy 3mm thick with a stable base, thanks to two layers of stainless steel plus an evenly heating aluminum core (read: no hot spots).
Glass lids...but better: 57% of our community members asked for them—so we made ours in tempered glass. They’re lightweight, tight-fitting, and oven safe up to 390°F, plus they let you keep an eye on the action without releasing heat and moisture.
Rivet-free, the way to be: Welded-on handles make for an easy-to-clean interior—no buildup, no gunk—and a seamless, modern look.
Stay-cool, non-slip handles: A “V” shape at the base lets air circulate, while the grippy stonewashed finish on that curved handle feels great in your hand.
Anti-yellowing technology: We gave each piece an all-over, heat-resistant treatment that prevents discoloration and keeps your skillet looking good as new.
Made with community and the planet in mind: We work with a manufacturer that’s certified to meet international environmental and ethical standards. They’re reducing carbon dioxide emissions and performing working conditions audits (with certificates like ISO 14001, BSCI, and more to prove it).
Details & Materials +-
- 3mm fully clad, tri-ply stainless steel with aluminum core
- Solid-cast stainless handles with stonewashed finish
- Ceramic skillet: diamond-infused ceramic coating (toxin-free: no PTFE, PFOA, PFAS, lead, or cadmium)
12”D x 2”H x 19.75”L (with handle) | Handle: 7.75” | Lid: 12”D x 2.5”H | Body: 3.4 lbs | Lid: 2 lbs
Ceramic Skillet: 10”D x 1.75”H x 18”L (with handle) | Handle: 8” | Body: 2.8 lbs
Care & Notes +-
- Compatible with all cooktops, including induction. Oven and broiler safe to 600°F (lids are oven safe up to 390°F).
- Our stainless steel skillets are dishwasher safe for easy cleanup. Let cookware come to room temperature before rinsing—a cold shock can cause hot surfaces to warp.
- To get rid of build-up, fill the pan with hot, soapy water and let it sit on a dry surface. Then scrub it down with the soft side of a sponge. Avoid steel wool, steel scouring pads, and harsh detergents. To remove any interior hard water or rainbow heat tint stains, let some diluted white vinegar (equal parts water to vinegar) sit in the pan and wipe clean.
- Try not to stack pots and pans directly on top of one another—it’s a recipe for scraped edges. Instead, hang them (psst: there are cutouts on the handles!) or stack with a soft cloth in between each piece.
If you’re also getting the ceramic skillet:
- Though your pan is oven and broiler safe up to 600°F, use only low to medium heat on the stovetop to better preserve its nonstick properties.
- We recommend hand-washing in warm, soapy water with a soft sponge.
- Use oil or butter, and avoid cooking sprays and burning oil—over time, they can damage the coating and decrease your pan’s nonstick properties.
Here’s how to send your old cookware on its eco-friendly way:
- Donate anything still in working condition to your local thrift store, Goodwill, or The Salvation Army.
- If they’re no longer safe for cooking, Earth911.com and TerraCycle will help you find the best recycling option based on your location and the material of your cookware.
Shipping & Returns +-
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Photography by Rocky Luten, Ty Mecham
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