Delivered: The Misen Nonstick Pan
“Delivered:” is a series in which we look at crowdfunded ideas that have successfully shipped to their supporters. We dive into the final product, after its long journey from concept to fulfillment
The Misen nonstick pan is a premium long-lasting cookware that is a fraction of the price. They are known for incredible durability and long lasting performance. I knew right away when I picked up the Misen nonstick pan that it was a high quality tool. The pan is thick, balanced, and has a nice comfortable handle for gripping that can be removed so that the pan can go in the oven.
Other non stick pans are scratched up and the coating on them wears off very quickly with time. More expensive nonstick options also seem to end up being scratched and having to be replaced. The Misen pan is an insanely long lasting and durable nonstick pan. At a price that is fair and affordable. I have had struggles in the past with my nonstick pans wearing down very quickly and losing their nonstick in a short amount of time. I was happy to see that this pan is not only thick and substantial but that the nonstick is going to last.
The Misen nonstick pan stays nonstick for a really long time, distributes heat evenly, and feels comfortable when you are cooking with it. The highest quality nonstick coating is used for the outside of the pan. The coating is scratch resistant so that I don’t have to worry about scratching the pan with metal tools. Beneath the pans top coating there is a plasma primer layer that is infused with titanium to make the pan even more durable. The combination of those two elements makes the nonstick coating last a long time.
The base of the Misen pan is 4.2 mm aluminum construction. It ensures a flat even cooking surface and makes it so that food cooks evenly. The bottom of the pan has a stainless steel plate so that it is compatible with any heat source I can use it on any kind of cooktop. The handle on the pan is also stainless steel that has been riveted to the bottom of the pan. There is a handle cover that is made out of silicone and can be removed so that I can actually put the pan into the oven to finish cooking any meats that I have been browning on the stovetop. It can also be used while I am cooking things to add comfort to my hands. You can view the Misen pan by visiting the links below.