Classic Non-Stick Fry Pan, 30 cm

The PADERNO Classic Non-Stick Frying Pan, 30 cm, is perfect for stovetop searing, browning, sautéing and frying. Made of Quantanium, its non-stick surface is reinforced with titanium for lasting performance and easy food release, while its heavy gauge aluminum body offers even heat distribution and durability. PFOA free and 30 cm (12") in diameter, it has a heat resistant exterior, soft touch stay cool handle, and is compatible with all stovetops including induction.
    Technical Details
    • Heavy gauge aluminum body for durability and even heat distribution
    • Quantanium non-stick surface reinforced with titanium for lasting performance and easy food release
    • Compatible with all stovetops including induction
    • Heat resistant exterior
    • Soft touch stay cool handle
    • PFOA free- Diameter: 30 cm (12")

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 467 reviews
    Need a two-burner induction griddle

    I bought Paderno frying pans for my new GE Cafe Induction range and they are excellent BUT my range has two large burners controlled by one Sync knob. Paderno needs to make a two-burner griddle to use the synced burners so I can cook 6 pancakes at once. Paderno technology makes perfect Induction frying pans but their largest pan only makes three triangular pancakes at a time on one burner. These Induction stoves are going to replace gas and synced burners will be everywhere.

    Great Price

    I see a lot of people complaining about this product. I like it and it works for me!

    Jamie Schiefer
    Do not recommend

    I just exchanged this pan for the 3rd time in a year and a half at Canadian Tire. I bought this and a smaller Ninja frying pan at the same time and I’m still using the Ninja while on my fourth Paderno. The non stick coating consistently deteriorates and flakes off. I do not recommend this pan or maybe this line of pans.


    I bought several months ago. it is always non-stick. A bit heavy but worth buying.

    manijeh kazemi
    Don’t buy-bad quality

    I always followed the instructions as I always do for my cookwares, but still nonstick has been ruined. When I claim warranty, the said it was over heated. Something that as my habits of cooking never do.
    Anyways, it seems warrants is just a way for their advertising not real.