GreenPan Cookware reviews and comparisons

GreenPan Chatham

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Since its inception in 2007, GreenPan has produced multiple ceramic cookware lines, with the quality of each new line exceeding that of its predecessor. This Belgian cookware brand is the brainchild of Han Helskens and Wim De Veirman, two school friends who set out to find a safe alternative to Teflon (PTFE) and the traditional nonstick surfaces for pots and pans.

The company gained global popularity due to its trademark ceramic nonstick coating known as Thermolon, which is made from a sand derivative. They developed it about 10 years ago and they have been using it on the surface of their pans and pots. It offers great nonstick performance without releasing toxic fumes, even if accidentally overheated – it’s free of PFAS, PFOA, or any other toxic chemical that can affect the safety of cooking.

Manufacturing it is equally more environmentally friendly (produces 60% less CO2 emissions) than traditional nonstick coating. Through its multiple lines, GreenPan offers different formulations of their Thermolon coating, with the newer ones reinforced with minerals or diamond dust to make the coating more durable.

In general, GreenPan has a considerably large number of cookware lines under its name, and the differences between them while subtle, can be confusing hence making it difficult to decide on which line to get. To simplify things, I’ve gone through each one and I’m going to share my review of them to give you a hand in deciding the best line for your needs and budget.

Recommended GreenPan Cookware sets

Best Overall: Venice Pro Noir

This Venice Pro Noir set is the best overall as far as durability, features, and cookware options are concerned. All the pans and pots in the set are suitable for use on all stovetops, including induction. They are also extra durable due to their 3-ply stainless steel bodies and diamond-reinforced Thermolon coating on the interior.  They also offer better performance in terms of heat conductivity and nonstick properties. The other notable thing is that all the pieces are suitable for use in the oven  up to 600°F (450°F with lid). The stockpot comes with a straining lid, which is not offered in most of the other GreenPan’s sets. It makes draining hot liquids so easy, especially when cooking pasta.

The adjustable stainless steel steamer is another great addition that makes this set worthy to consider. It makes it easier to cook various dishes, including corn, eggs, and some types of shellfish. I really like the convenience of having it in the box instead of having to buy it separately. On the downside though, the pieces in this set are relatively heavy, especially the saucepans, sauté pans, and the stockpot. The other downside is that the handles of the pots and lids are short hence can get hot during cooking. However, the handles of the pans are long and have a large v cutout flame guard which keeps them cool.

Best Value: Chatham Stainless Steel

This Chatham 12-piece set is the best value for the simple fact that it’s better priced than the sets from GreenPan’s high-end and mid-range lines yet offers almost similar features. For instance, the cookware pieces have the same built quality as those of the Venice Pro Noir set above, they are all compatible with induction cooktops and have the same high heat tolerance. They are all very durable and provide equal heat distribution, especially the pans – there are no hotspots or burn areas. The nonstick feature also works effectively. Food gets released easily, with little to no oil. 

The handles are thick and firmly riveted. They are contoured outwards such that they provide a secure grip. All the pieces have drip-free rims to allow for easy pouring with less mess. The edges are trimmed to also help prevent chipping and dents to the nonstick coating. The downside is that the handles get hot to touch during cooking. The lid handles also get very hot. Besides that, cleaning the lids is tricky as it’s hard to get between the metal rim and the glass to remove grease and gunk that accumulates in there. Another slight downside is that the set doesn’t include a straining lid or an adjustable steamer. However, it includes two bamboo utensils (solid spoon and solid turner) and a bonus renew sponge, which makes it hard to compare with most of the other GreenPan sets which only include pans, pots, lids, and steamers. 

Aluminum Collections

The GreenPan’s aluminum lines include Dover, Rio, Hudson, Swift, and Kitchen stories. The pans and pots of these basic lines are made from thick aluminum which provides fast and even heating. It’s not as durable as the hard-anodized aluminum or stainless steel but it makes the pans lightweight and easy to maneuver. They are compatible with all stovetops, except induction (because they are made of only aluminum which is a non-ferromagnetic metal).

However, like all GreenPan lines, they can only be used at low to medium heat settings as the Thermolon coating can get quickly damaged if you cook on high heat. You can’t use olive oil on them or any oil with a low smoking point as they can leave a nasty carbonized layer on the cooking surface which will ruin its nonstick properties. Metal utensils and abrasive cleaners are not advised too since they can scratch and damage the coating. 

These aluminum lines also come with rivetless Bakelite handles except for Swift. Bakelite is a strong plastic material and is safe to use in the oven and broiler up to around 300°F to 350°F. The aluminum lines equally come with tempered glass lids which give you a nice view of your meal as it cooks. They have Bakelite knobs for handles, with some having loop stainless steel handles. The lids can withstand up to 350°F in the oven or broiler but they all lack steam vents. 

GreenPan Rio

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GreenPan Rio Healthy Ceramic Nonstick 16 Piece Cookware Pots and Pans Set, PFAS-Free, Dishwasher Safe, Turquoise
  • Cookware Set Includes: 5", 8", and 10" frypans; 1.2 quart and 2.2 quart saucepans with lids; 2.8 quart sauté pan with lid; 5 quart casserole with lid; stainless steel steamer; and 4 bamboo tools
  • GreenPan's Thermolon healthy ceramic nonstick coating is free of PFAS, PFOA, lead, and cadmium, so it will never release toxic fumes, even if it's accidentally overheated
  • Tough, diamond-reinforced nonstick coating is incredibly durable

The Rio is one of the most affordable lines of GreenPan’s cookware and it’s one of the few lines that offer more colorful options. It’s available in three colors; black, turquoise, and burgundy. All three options have a cream interior finish which creates a striking two-tone look that’s quite attractive.  

The interior features the GreenPan’s standard Thermolon ceramic nonstick coating which gives it a creamy color. The cookware and the lids have Bakelite handles. The lids feature the knob handle design and fit on the pans and pots very well. The Rio line is not metal utensil safe but it is dishwasher safe (although not recommended) – it holds up longer when washed by hand.

As mentioned earlier, the line is available in three different color variations. However, it has a limited variety of single cookware types which include frypans (7”, 8”, 9.5”, 10”, 11”, 12”, and 13.5”), saucepans (1 quart, 2 quarts), and sauté pan (5 quarts). The rest are frypan sets (2-piece, 3-piece) and cookware sets (16-piece, 20-piece, and 22-piece).  

Pros

  • Offers more colorful options – comes in three different colors all of which are beautiful and would fit well with the theme of any kitchen décor.
  • Nonstick performance is effective – the Thermolon nonstick coating is wonderfully slick and works great for so many foods. Eggs, bacon, grilled cheese, and veggies all just slide around the pan, even without oil.
  • Reliable and firm handles – the Bakelite handles stay cool-to-touch during cooking and offer a sturdy and comfortable grip. The unique thing is that they are not riveted. They are sort of molded/welded to the pans which makes cleaning the interior a breeze.
  • Ideal for use on ceramic and glass cooktops – unlike other ceramic cookware, the bottom of the Rio pans and pots is smooth which makes them ideal for use on a glass or ceramic cooktop. They won’t scratch or leave marks on the surface of the cooktops.

Cons

  • Non-stick nature doesn’t last – the non-stick coating of the Rio seems to deteriorate after months of regular use. It works fine for the first few months and then becomes increasingly difficult to cook with, leading to food sticking constantly.
  • Susceptible to chipping and scratching – the ceramic coating chips off around the edges (where the lids contact the rim of the pots and pans). The paint comes off too if you scrub the underside too hard when it gets stained.
  • Plastic on the handle burns and omits awful smell – there’s a plastic/rubber on the Bakelite helper handles of the pots and pans which is directly connected to the metal that’s connected to the body. It burns and melts even on the lowest setting, particularly when cooking on a gas stove. It also creates an awful smell and gas that’s very unhealthy to breathe in. The smell can linger for more than 30 minutes.
  • Lids lack vents for steam – all the glass lids have no vents. They are prone to accumulate condensation, plus they rattle and make noise when simmering food for a while.
  • Lids handles are not ergonomic – the lids feature the knob handle design like the Dover and Kitchen Stories lines, which may not really offer a very secure grip, especially when the lid is hot or for those with small hands.

GreenPan Hudson

GreenPan Hudson Healthy Ceramic Nonstick, 8 Piece Cookware Pots and Pans Set, Wood Inspired Handle, PFAS-Free, Dishwasher Safe, Black
  • Cookware set includes: 9.5-inch frying pan, 11-inch frying pan with lid, 1.5-quart saucepan with pour spouts, 3-quart sauté pan with lid, nylon and wood solid turner, and nylon and wood slotted spoon
  • GreenPan’s Thermolon healthy ceramic nonstick coating is free of PFAS, PFOA, lead, and cadmium, so it will never release toxic fumes, even if it’s accidentally overheated
  • Tough, diamond-reinforced nonstick coating is incredibly durable

This is another of GreenPan’s basic aluminum cookware lines. It’s very comparable to the Rio line in terms of features. What sets it apart is the handle design. They both come with rivetless Bakelite handles but the Hudson ones are round and have a striking wood finish that gives the pieces a nice vintage look. 

The Rio handles are flat and the Bakelite material goes all the way to the point where the handle meets the body of the pans and pots, unlike that of Hudson which only covers 3-quarter of the handles. Heat tolerance also sets the two lines apart. The Bakelite handles of the Hudson are oven safe up to only 320°F while the Rio line is oven safe up to 350°F.

The tempered glass lids of the Hudson line also have large loop stainless steel handles instead of the Bakelite knobs of the Rio line lids – they are oven safe up to around 425°F but have no steam vents. The instructions state that the line is metal utensils and dishwasher safe but I wouldn’t recommend either.

Just like the Rio line though, the Hudson cookware are available in various colors, particularly the sets. The line includes frypans (9.5”, 11”, and 12”), saucepans (1 quart, 3 quarts) and sauté pan (3 quarts). The sauté pan and frypan (11”) are available with lids. The 11-inch frypan is also available in two colors; forest green and black.

The sets within the line include frypan sets (2-piece), available in merlot and forest green colors, saucepan set (2-piece) available only in black color. There are also cookware sets (4-piece, 8-piece, and 13-piece). The 4-piece is available in dark blue and black colors while the 8-piece is available in three colors; forest green, merlot, and black.

The black version (both sets and individual pieces) is the most expensive. All the versions have the same Bakelite handles with a wood finish, unlike the Rio line where the colors of the handles vary too according to the color of the respective version.

Pros

  • Offers better lids – the lids have sturdy stainless steel handles attached to a thick glass that won’t break easily and they fit the pans and pots perfectly. They also have a high heat tolerance of up to 425°F.
  • Ergonomic handles – the round rivetless Bakelite handles and the lid handles are comfortable to hold and do provide a good grip.  They don’t get hot at all when cooking.

Cons

  • Chips around the top edges – the edges of the pans and pots can start to chip over time, especially with the frequent use of the lids.
  • Low oven temperature – the Hudson line is oven safe up to only 320°F, which is the lowest of all GreenPan’s lines. So, you are really limited in terms of dishes you can cook in the oven. Moreover, you may not even use it at that temperature because the handles start to discolor at temperatures above just 280°F.

GreenPan Swift

GreenPan Swift Healthy Ceramic Nonstick, 12 Piece Cookware Pots and Pans Set, Stainless Steel Handles, PFAS-Free, Dishwasher Safe, Oven Safe, Black
  • Cookware set includes: 8” and 10” frypan, 1QT and 2QT saucepans with lids, 3QT sauté pan with lid, 5QT stock pot with lid, nylon slotted turner, nylon solid spoon, plus bonus Renew Sponge
  • GreenPan’s Thermolon healthy ceramic nonstick coating is free of PFAS, PFOA, lead, and cadmium, so it will never release toxic fumes, even if it’s accidentally overheated
  • Heavy-gauge construction provides excellent heat conduction

The Swift line is amongst the latest collection of GreenPan’s cookware but even so it’s no different from the basic cookware lines above. However, it comes in just one color (dusty blue) and the handles are made of stainless steel and are riveted to the pans. Moreover, unlike the handles of the Rio and Hudson lines, they have the v cutout flame guard shape at the point where they connect to the body of the pans.

The loop handles of the tempered glass lids are also made of stainless steel, so the lids can withstand temperatures of up to 425°F. All the Hudson pieces are safe to use in the oven up to 600°F which is a big improvement from the 350°F limit of the other lines. They are not metal utensil safe but they can be cleaned in the dishwasher.

Frypans are the main pieces in the Swift line and they are available in 12”, 10”, and 8” sizes. The 12” frypan is the only piece that comes with a lid. The sets include a frypan set (2-piece), saucepan set (2-piece), and cookware set (12-piece).

Pros

  • Handles are more durable – the stainless steel handles are sturdy and firmly riveted. They are more durable than the Bakelite handles of the other aluminum lines.
  • Handles fit well in the hand – the handles are long and nicely contoured. They feel very secure when holding them. Moreover, they are hollow but without the end cap, so water doesn’t accumulate in them (which can ruin them). Their large v cutout flame guard minimizes heat transfer hence they stay relatively cool while cooking.
  • High heat tolerance – all the pieces can withstand up to 600°F in the oven compared to the 350°F of the other lines. The lids can also withstand temperatures of up to 425°F.

Cons

  • Ceramic coat isn’t too thick – the standard Thermolon nonstick coating on the Swift pans and pots is a little thin hence can scratch and damage easily. You have to really use it according to the instruction to keep the lifespan of the coating, otherwise your pans with be sticking with foods.
  • Handles are sharp on the edges – the open area of the handles have somewhat sharp/scratchy edges that tend to dig into your hands a little when the pans are full and heavier. It’s not really an awful con and you won’t really be sticking your finger in there anyway, but it’s still an oversight to me.

GreenPan Dover

GreenPan Swift Healthy Ceramic Nonstick, 12 Piece Cookware Pots and Pans Set, Stainless Steel Handles, PFAS-Free, Dishwasher Safe, Oven Safe, Black
  • Cookware set includes: 8” and 10” frypan, 1QT and 2QT saucepans with lids, 3QT sauté pan with lid, 5QT stock pot with lid, nylon slotted turner, nylon solid spoon, plus bonus Renew Sponge
  • GreenPan’s Thermolon healthy ceramic nonstick coating is free of PFAS, PFOA, lead, and cadmium, so it will never release toxic fumes, even if it’s accidentally overheated
  • Heavy-gauge construction provides excellent heat conduction

GreenPan Dover is the most affordable GreenPan’s cookware line and like the Hudson, it comes in only one color (ash blue exterior and creamy interior). The interior is coated with the standard Thermolon coating and both pans and the tempered glass lids have the same Bakelite handles used in the Rio line but they are somewhat round and hollow. All the pieces (including the lids) are oven safe up to around 350°F. They are not metal utensil safe but they can be washed in the dishwasher. 

The cookware types within the line include frypans (8” 10” 12”), saucepan (2 quart), sauté pan (3 quart) and square griddle (11”). The saucepan and the sauté pan come with lids. The sets are frypan set (3-piece) and cookware sets (10-piece, 15-piece).

GreenPan Kitchen Stories

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Kitchen Stories by GreenPan Healthy Ceramic Nonstick Stainless Steel Frying Pan, 8"
  • GreenPan’s signature healthy ceramic nonstick coating is free of PFAS, PFOA, lead, and cadmium
  • Metal utensil safe, this ceramic nonstick coating is infused with diamonds for extreme durability, fast heating, and effortless cleanup
  • Highly polished stainless steel body with an extra thick encapsulated base for even heat distribution

This is the least expensive GreenPan’s induction line. It’s also one of their aluminum lines that offer the best value for the money. It features most of GreenPan’s latest technologies yet costs much less than many of their mid-priced lines. All the pieces are made of aluminum and have been reinforced with GreenPan’s unique Magneto induction base that makes them suitable for use on all stovetops, including induction. 

The interior features the upgraded diamond-infused Thermolon coating which is a more improved Thermolon coating that offers great durability and also better nonstick performance. It also makes the Kitchen Stories line metal utensil safe and as well dishwasher safe. The coating is equally finished with GreenPan’s SearSmart surface which is a unique textured surface that enhances its nonstick properties as well as its searing and browning performance.

The handles (even those of the lids) are made of Bakelite and are not riveted. The pieces are safe to use in the oven only up to 350°F. 

The line includes only frypans (11”, 9.5”, and 8”). The 11” frypan is available in black and red colors. There are several sets in this version too; fry pan sets (2-piece, 3-piece) and cookware sets (8-piece).

Hard-Anodized Aluminum Collections

The Lima, York, Canterbury, Revolution, and Paris Pro are all GreenPan’s lines that are made of hard-anodized aluminum which is an improvement from the standard aluminum used on the company’s basic lines, in terms of strength, scratch resistance, and durability. The bodies of these lines are also reinforced with forged bases to make their bottoms more durable and resistant to warping. 

They all feature riveted stainless steel handles, except for the York line which has Bakelite handles. They also come with tempered glass lids (with no steam vents), except for the Paris Pro line. The pans and pots can withstand temperatures of up to 600°F in the oven or broiler while most of the lids are oven safe up to around 390°F. Except for the Revolution line, all the other lines are not induction compatible but they can work with all the other stovetops. 

They do come with varying versions of Thermolon coating too, but again all of them have the same limitations as GreenPan’s standard Thermolon coating – they are only good for low to medium heat and can get damaged or lose their nonstick properties if you use oils with low smoking point or metal utensils or clean them using an abrasive material or detergent.

GreenPan Lima

GreenPan Lima Hard Anodized Healthy Ceramic Nonstick 12 Piece Cookware Pots and Pans Set, PFAS-Free, Oven Safe, Gray
  • GreenPan’s Thermolon healthy ceramic nonstick coating is free of PFAS, PFOA, lead, and cadmium, so it will never release toxic fumes, even if it’s accidentally overheated
  • Tough Hard Anodized bodies are scratch-resistant and designed to stand up to daily demands
  • Oven and broiler safe up to 600°F

This is one of GreenPan’s most purchased cookware lines. It has a more subdued aesthetic featuring a gray exterior with a matching gray interior. This subdued aesthetics may not be striking as those of the Rio but it can match virtually any theme you’ve got in your kitchen décor and even existing cookware.

The line pieces have the standard Thermolon interior coating. You can use silicone, plastic, or wooden utensils on its nonstick coating, but metal utensils are not recommended. The stainless steel handles are very thick and solid but don’t have the v cutout flame guard shape. The lid handles are also very thick. This Lima line is designed for hand washing only. The instructions clearly state not to put them in the dishwasher.

The cookware types in the line includes frying pans (8”, 10”, and 12”), sauté pan (3 quarts), sauce pans (1 quarts, 2 quarts), wok (12.5”), stockpots (5 quarts, 8 quarts), and a square griddle (11”). It also includes two frypan sets (3-piece each), a saucepan set (2-piece), and two cookware sets (12-piece and 18-piece). The 12” frypan, saucepan, sauté pan and the stockpots are the only individual cookwares that come with a lid which is oven safe up to around 427°F.

Pros

  • Good quality construction – the hard-anodized aluminum body is strong and durable. It can hold up to daily demands. There are no signs of chips or scratches.
  • Comfortable handles that stay cool – the contoured shape of the handles provides a secure and comfortable grip. The handles don’t get hot during cooking either.
  • Can be used on a flat top stove – have a flat smooth bottom that sits perfectly flat on any stovetop. GreenPan’s logo is stamped in the middle, so it’s really not perfectly smooth, but there are no ridges or raised rings. Other than the logo, it’s pretty plain and suitably smooth for all cooktops, including ceramic and the delicate glass top stoves.

Cons

  • Keeping the lids clean can be challenging – it’s almost impossible to keep junk/gunk from getting between the metal lip and the glass, plus cleaning it all out will be equally difficult
  • Instructions are vague and unclear – the instructions that come with the cookware are contradictory to the information available on Amazon, YouTube or reddit. For instance, they hide the fact that it’s not dishwasher safe. The packaging also states you can’t use the extra virgin olive oil, whereas the same information is not stated on Amazon.

GreenPan Prime Midnight

GreenPan Prime Midnight Hard Anodized Healthy Ceramic Nonstick 11 Piece Cookware Pots and Pans Set, PFAS-Free, Dishwasher Safe, Oven Safe, Black
  • EXCLUSIVE! Cookware set includes: 1QT and 2QT covered saucepans, 5QT covered casserole, 8” and 10” frypans, 3QT covered skillet, and a stainless steel steamer
  • GreenPan’s Thermolon healthy ceramic nonstick coating is free of PFAS, PFOA, lead, and cadmium, so it will never release toxic fumes, even if it’s accidentally overheated
  • Metal utensil safe, this collection's diamond-reinforced coating is incredibly durable

The Prime Midnight line is available exclusively on Amazon. It’s similar to the Lima as they share most of the features – it has riveted stainless steel handles with the same design (has no v cutout flame guard). It’s equally oven safe up to 600°F but its tempered glass lids are oven safe up to around 425°F while those of the Lima are only safe up to 390°F. The other difference comes in the interior where it is diamond-reinforced Thermolon coating instead of the standard Thermolon coating.

There aren’t many cookware types within this line. The available pieces are just frypans (8”, 12”) and saucepans (3 quarts, 5 quarts). The saucepans are available with lids. The rest are sets that include frypan sets (2-piece), a saucepan set (2-piece), and cookware sets (5-piece, 11-piece)

Pros

  • Nonstick properties work well – the improved diamond-reinforced Thermolon coating is not only more durable but it’s also slick and works wonderfully. Food tends to slide just around. Nothing sticks – not eggs, not bacon, not cheese from melted/grilled cheese or anything.
  • Lids can handle slightly higher temperatures – the lids can be used in the oven up to temperatures of 425°F which is slightly higher than that of Lima and the other hard-anodized aluminum lines.

Cons

  • Lid rims are difficult to clean – food particles/grits and grease get caught under the rim (between the glass and the metal rim) of the lids, especially when you use them to drain a pan. They are extremely difficult to get out and clean. You have to use a knife point to remove them, which doesn’t do a thorough work either.
  • Lid handles do get hot – handles on the lids are a bit thin and get fairly hot to the touch. You have to use a mitt or towel to hold them. Water seems to pool in the rims of the lids too such that when you take the lid off at boiling point you can get hot water on yourself if you tilt it.

GreenPan Paris Pro

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GreenPan Paris Pro Hard Anodized Healthy Ceramic Nonstick, 11 Piece Cookware Pots and Pans Set with Stainless Steel Lids, PFAS-Free, Dishwasher Safe, Grey
  • Cookware Set Includes: 8", 9.5", and 11" frypans; 1.5QT and 3QT saucepans with lids; 3QT sauté pan with lid; and 5.5QT stockpot with lid
  • GreenPan’s Thermolon healthy ceramic nonstick coating is free of PFAS, PFOA, lead, and cadmium, so it will never release toxic fumes, even if it’s accidentally overheated
  • Metal utensil safe, this collection's diamond-reinforced coating is incredibly durable

The Paris line is a little more expensive than the other hard-anodized aluminum lines. It actually falls within the mid-price range of GreenPan’s cookware lines. It’s generally a slightly more upscale version of the Lima, clearly offering better quality, improved Thermolon coating, and a few extra tangible features. Visually, it’s relatively similar to the Lima line, featuring an elegant dusty blue body with stainless steel handles. 

The pieces have the newer Thermolon Mineral Pro coating which is one of GreenPan’s advanced grades of Thermolon coating. It’s reinforced with minerals and diamond dust to make it more durable like the diamond-infused Thermolon coating and also to enhance its nonstick performance. The handles are stainless steel but with an improved design from the Lima. They are longer and have a v-shaped cutout.

There’s a pretty big difference when it comes to lids too. The Paris Pro comes with solid stainless steel lids. In fact, it’s the only GreenPan line to use stainless steel lids. The others use tempered glass lids. Still, the lids have no vents. The stainless steel handles and lids make the Paris Pro line safe for use in the oven and broiler up to 600°F. The pieces are also metal utensil safe and can be cleaned in the dishwasher. 

The line offers different cookware types like frypans (8”, 10” and 12”), saucepans (2 quarts, 3 quarts), everyday pan (11”), wok (12.5”), and grill pan (11”). There are also a couple of sets like frypan sets (2-piece, 3-piece) and cookware sets (5-piece, 11-piece, and 14-piece). The sauté pan, saucepan, and the everyday pan are the only pieces that come with a lid.

Pros

  • Durable stainless steel lids – the stainless steel lids are very thick and solid. They can withstand higher temperatures (up to 600°F) in the oven or broiler making the line ideal for advanced cooking techniques like stovetop-to-oven cooking (or the reverse). You can sear steaks on the stovetop and then throw them into an oven to come to temperature without having to dirty another pan.
  • Releases food easily – the nonstick properties of the Paris Pro Mineral Pro Thermolon coating is really good. It handles every food well from eggs to stews. Omelets, pancakes, steak, salmon, and pork chops slide off the pans well using just little butter or oil. The coating also seems to hold up well like the diamond-infused version.
  • Handles have a good grip – the handles are contoured and tightly riveted. They offer a firm and comfortable grip. They are long and have a v-shape flame guard design that helps minimize heat transfer hence keeping them cool while cooking.

Cons

  • Lid handles do get hot – the stainless steel lids have very small handles that are also made of the same stainless steel. Both the lids and the handles get really hot while cooking, making them challenging to handle compared to glass lid options. They are also a bit small making grabbing them with a towel or mitt a little tricky.
  • A bit hefty – the Paris Pro line is noticeably heavier compared to the other options, especially the pans and pots with the lid on. This makes them a little challenging to maneuver. The handles of the pans also seem a bit heavier which makes the pans to tip slightly when preheating on a burner that isn’t exactly level.

GreenPan York

The York line comes at a relatively affordable price just like the Lima. The interior of its pieces is finished with standard Thermolon nonstick coating which appears to work well. You can sear and brown food without any sticking and the heat distributes well too throughout the pans. The handles of the pans are made of stainless steel but they are silicone-wrapped (around the grip) and have a large v-shaped flame guard. They do stay cool while cooking and they are slightly contoured which makes them feel comfortable and secure in the hands when holding them. 

York also features tempered glass lid which is available only with the line’s 10-inch frypan. The lid’s handle is stainless steel and has the same silicone grip, which helps keep it cool. Due to the silicone wrap though, the York pans and lids are broiler and oven safe up to only 392°F. You can’t also clean them in the dishwasher or use metal utensils on them.

The line as well doesn’t offer much in terms of cookware types. It includes just frypans which come in two sizes (10”, 12”) and two sets (2-piece, 3-piece).

GreenPan Canterbury

The Canterbury is more of an upgraded version of the York line. It’s priced slightly higher than it due to its several improved features. Its interior is finished with diamond-reinforced Thermolon coating, so both the body and the cooking surface are pretty durable. All the pieces can withstand metal utensils and can be washed in the dishwasher. The handles are stainless steel but don’t have a v cutout flame guard. They can get hot when cooking on a gas stovetop for a fairly long time. They are nicely contoured though for a comfortable and secure grip.

The cookware types in the line include frypans (11”), saucepan (3.25 quarts) with lid, and sauté pan (5 quarts) with lid. The only sets available are cookware sets (10-piece, 16-piece).

GreenPan Revolution

This is the second most expensive GreenPan’s hard-anodized line and it’s the only one that comes in different colors (the exterior of the bodies). It’s also the only one that is induction compatible. It features GreenPan’s induction Plus magnetic base which works with all stovetops, including induction. However, the interior of the pieces has the Thermolon Mineral Pro coating just like the Paris Pro. 

The line is available in black, Riviera and champagne colors all of which look quite sleek and gorgeous, contrasting very well with the stainless steel handles which are quite large, both the lid and cookware handles. The cookware handles are flat and riveted but don’t have the v cutout shape. They don’t offer the most comfortable and secure grip compared to the handles of the other lines and do get hot to touch during cooking.

The line doesn’t have a wide variety of cookware types too. It only offers frypans (12”) and sauté pans (4 quarts), both of which come with lids. The sets include frypan sets (2-piece) and cookware sets (4-piece, 10-piece). All of them are available in black, Riviera and champagne colors.

Duo-Forged Hard-Anodized Aluminum Collections

Lines made of duoforged hard-anodized aluminum form the largest collection of GreenPan’s cookware. This is where most of the company’s mid-priced lines fall in, which include Chatham, Levels, SmartShape, Padova, Mayflower, and Valencia Pro. 

All these lines have bodies made of duoforged hard-anodized aluminum which is basically aluminum that has been hard-anodized twice. It’s not only tougher and more scratch resistant than the standard hard-anodized aluminum but also delivers excellent heat distribution and it’s great for cooking with lower temperatures.

The interior of these lines are either finished with diamond-infused or Mineral Pro Thermolon coating. None has the standard Thermolon coating. However, they are all oven safe up to 600°F except for SmartShape (oven safe up to 320°F) and Mayflower (not oven safe). GreenPan’s standard tempered glass lids are also offered in all the lines, although they vary in terms of handles design and the amount of heat they can withstand in the oven.

GreenPan Chatham

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GreenPan Chatham Hard Anodized Healthy Ceramic Nonstick 10 Piece Cookware Pots and Pans Set, PFAS-Free, Dishwasher Safe, Oven Safe, Gray
  • Cookware Set Includes: 1QT and 2QT saucepans with lids, 5QT casserole with lid, 8" and 9" frypans, and 3QT skillet with lid
  • GreenPan's Thermolon healthy ceramic nonstick coating is free of PFAS, PFOA, lead, and cadmium, so it will never release toxic fumes, even if it's accidentally overheated
  • Metal utensil safe, this collection's diamond-reinforced coating is incredibly durable

Like Swift, Chatham line is equally one of the latest additions in GreenPan’s wide cookware collections. Moreover, it has one of the best ratings of all the reviewed GreenPan lines. It comes in three variations; gray, black, and stainless steel. The gray and black versions are the ones made of duoforged hard anodized aluminum. The only thing that sets them apart is the color with the gray version having gray exterior and interior (almost like the Lima line) while the black version pans and pots have black interior and exterior.

The interior of both of them is finished with diamond-reinforced Thermolon coating. The handles are riveted and made of stainless steel with no v cut-out flame guard. The lids also have the same stainless steel handles and they are all oven safe up to 425°F. Due to the diamond-reinforced Thermolon nonstick coating, the Chatham line pans and pots are metal and dishwasher safe. All two versions offer various types of cookware with the gray version having the largest collection and also the largest fry pan of all GreenPans lines. 

Chatham gray: frypans (8”, 10”, 11”, 12”, 13.5”), sauté pan (3 quarts, 5 quarts), saucepan (2 quarts, 3 quarts), stockpot (5 quarts), wok (11”), round grill pan (11”), square griddle, and roaster with rack. Sets include a frypan set (2 piece), cookware set (5-piece, 10-piece). The sauté pan (5 quarts) and saucepan (3 quarts) are the only cookware types that come with lids. 

Chatham black: frypan (8”, 12”), sauté pan (5 quarts), saucepan (3 quarts), round grill (11”), and square grill (11”). Sets include frypan sets (2-piece), saucepan set (2-piece), and cookware sets (5-piece and 12-piece). Lids are only available with the frypan (12”), sauté pan, and saucepan.
The Chatham black is the most affordable version of the two.

Pros

  • Incredibly durable – all the cookwares in Chatham line are well built with thick and sturdy bodies. The handles are also solid and tightly attached to the bodies.
  • Comfortable and secure handles – the handles feel soft in the hand and are nicely contoured to give you a secure grip. The handles also seem well-balanced with the weight of the pans.
  • Drip free rim – the Chatham line has drip-free edges that lack in other lines like the Lima. They make pouring food/liquids easy and mess free. The Chatham stainless steel pans and pots even have trimmed edges designed to protect the Thermolon coating too.

Cons

  • Handles do get hot – the handles have no v cut-out design, so heat gets transferred easily to them while cooking, causing them to get very hot to touch without a mitt or pot holder. The lid handles are metal and get very hot as well.
  • Inside of the pans isn’t flat – this may seem contradicting but yes, the inside surface of some of Chatham’s pans seem not flat. Their centers are somewhat higher than their edges hence oil and liquids tend to run and accumulate around the sides.
  • Lids are challenging to clean – it’s hard to fit anything between the metal lip and the glass of the lids to get rid of the gunk that accumulates in there because of how they are designed. There’s hardly any space to maneuver. It can also be quite difficult to clean the outside surface of the pans and pots if anything drips on it while you’re cooking.

GreenPan Levels Stackable

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GreenPan Levels Stackable Hard Anodized Healthy Ceramic Nonstick 11 Piece Cookware Pots and Pans Set, PFAS-Free, Dishwasher Safe, Black
  • Cookware Set Includes: 1. 6QT and 3. 2QT saucepans with glass straining lids, 6QT stockpot with glass straining lid, 10" frypan, 11" forged round grill pan, 12. 5" frypan with helper handle and lid, foldable stainless steel steamer, and 3 pan protectors
  • Infused with diamonds, GreenPan’s Thermolon Diamond Advanced healthy ceramic nonstick coating is free of PFAS, PFOA, lead, and cadmium, so it will never release toxic fumes, even if it’s accidentally overheated
  • Metal utensil safe, our most advanced ceramic nonstick coating is diamond-infused for extreme durability, fast heating, and effortless cleanup

The Levels line is sized for easy stacking which makes it a top choice for small kitchens. The pots, pans and even the lids within the line are designed to stack inside each other to minimize the amount of storage space needed. It’s the only other GreenPan’s stackable collection besides SmartShape. It’s priced slightly higher than the Chatham series but shares the same build quality apart from the handles which are flat and made of stainless steel wrapped with silicone to keep them cool to the touch when cooking. 

The lids are tempered glass like the rest but come with a unique integrated straining and spout feature that sets them apart not only from the other GreenPan’s lines but also other ceramic non-stick cookware in the market. They have stainless steel knobs for the handles which are different from those of the Chatham line. 

The Levels line pans and pots are oven safe up to 400°F but with the lid, they are oven safe up to just 350°F. They can work with all cooktops from ceramic and glass tops to gas and electric stoves. Because of their diamond-infused Thermolon coating and the fact that they are designed to stack, both versions are metal utensil safe. They are also listed as safe for the dishwasher.

The cookware types in the line include frypans (12”, 10”), saucepan (3 quarts), stockpot (6 quarts) and a chop & grill roaster. The saucepan and stockpot come with lids. The sets include frypan sets (2-piece, 3-piece) and cookware set (6-piece).

Pros

  • Designed to save space – all the pieces in the line are designed to neatly stack inside of each other when placed in order hence allowing for easy storage without taking up too much space. For instance, the whole 11-piece set from the line is only 13.5 inches when stacked. They generally use up to 30% less space than other sets making them ideal for small kitchens with limited cabinet space. The sets also come with felt asterisk shaped mats which go in between the pans and pots when stacking, so they don’t scrap against each other thereby protecting the Thermolon coating and reducing wear and tear.
  • Comfortable stay-cool handles – the silicone wrap doesn’t conduct heat hence the handles never get hot. They stay cool to the touch during cooking. The silicone also has a rubber-like texture, so it’s comfortable to hold and the grip is firm, not slippery at all even when the handle is wet.
  • Built-in strainers on lids – the lids have two different straining sides that make draining hot liquids out of the pots and pans so easy. They strain pasta perfectly, without water remaining. One side of the holes also vents steam which is a feature that lack on all the lids from the other lines.

Cons

  • Lid handles get extremely hot – the handles on top of the lids are just metal knobs without the silicone protection. They get really hot during cooking. You have to use a pot holder to hold and remove them which is equally challenging because the knobs are so small that they are hard to grip with a pot holder.
  • No lid locking feature – the lids have no locking feature in any way hence they tend to fall off when you tilt the pot at a certain angle to drain all the water out. Moreover, you can’t hold on to the lid with your bare hands to keep it from falling off because it also gets very hot. Locking it in place would certainly make it easier and safe to pour.
  • Can’t completely lock moisture in – the lids can’t completely lock the moisture in when you are trying to steam. They don’t twist to close the steam vents hence let out a lot of steam which not only makes the lid top and handle hot but you can also easily burn yourself on it. You don’t get good results either when steaming rice since all the water boils away.
  • Lids have surprisingly sharp edges – the lip/edge of the lids is a thin metal that’s almost sharp enough to cut your fingers easily when you slide them on it. This makes cleaning around the rims of the lids a bit tricky, plus the glass itself doesn’t actually clean up very well. It smears when you dry it hence looking really bad. The external parts of the pieces are not non-stick either, so dribbles or spills on the sides can require a bit of work to remove, especially if they “bake” on.

GreenPan SmartShape

GreenPan SmartShape Healthy Ceramic Nonstick, 11" Frying Pan Skillet, PFAS-Free, Induction, Dishwasher Safe, Black
  • GreenPan’s Thermolon healthy ceramic nonstick coating is free of PFAS, PFOA, lead, and cadmium, so it will never release toxic fumes, even if it’s accidentally overheated
  • Metal utensil safe, this collection's diamond-reinforced coating is incredibly durable
  • SmartShape's Magneto Induction Base brings easy searing and browning to all stovetops, including induction, plus the duoforged hard anodized aluminum body is extra tough and scratch-resistant

As I mentioned above, this is the other stackable line from GreenPan. Like Levels, you can easily stack the pans within the SmartShape line and reduce the amount of cabinet space needed. In fact, the handles are angled and rivetless, unlike those of the Levels line, so the pans nest perfectly within each other. 

While it’s a bit pricey, the SmartShape offers great value and amazing features other than just being stackable. Every piece is reinforced with GreenPan’s special Magneto base which is basically a unique magnetic metal (most likely stainless steel) that’s been infused with copper particles and forged into the base of the pans and pots. This ferromagnetic base makes the SmartShape pans compatible with induction cooktops, just as GreenPan’s stainless steel lines. 

The interior of each pan is finished with Thermolon Mineral Pro nonstick coating. The handles are made of Bakelite. They are rivetless and come in different color variations; black, dark wood, light wood, black marble, and Lapiz blue. They all feature a large V-shaped flame guard. Due to the Bakelite material though, the pans and lids are only oven safe up to 320°F. However, they are metal utensil safe and can be cleaned in the dishwasher.

You have very limited choice in terms of cookware types, though. The only cookware type offered in single pieces is frypans, which are available in 8”, 9.5”, and 11” sizes. The rest are frypan sets (2-piece, 3-piece) and cookware sets (6-piece). The frypan sets are available in four different handle colors; black, marble, Lapiz blue and light wood. Each comes with two bonus pan protectors. The 6-piece cookware sets are available in all the five handle colors and they all come with the GreenPan’s standard tempered glass lids.

Pros

  • Easy to stack – all the pans in the line nest within each other for easy storage. They stack perfectly due to the rivetless handle-design, conveniently reducing the amount of space needed to store them, which makes them ideal for those with small kitchen and limited cabinet space. Bonus pot stacker pads are even provided with the sets which help protect the nonstick surfaces of the pans against scratching when you stack them.
  • Comfortable and secure to hold – handles fit nicely in the hand and the Bakelite grip is firm and comfortable. They stay cool to touch during cooking thanks to the Bakelite grip and the large V-shaped flame guard. You would hardly need a pot holder or mitt to hold them.
  • Compatible with induction stovetops – the Magneto induction base makes all the SmartShape cookware compatible with all stovetops, even induction.

Cons

  • Must be used according to instructions – while the nonstick coating is thick and durable, you can’t use high heat or spray oils with these pans or let anything burn in them as they will lose their nonstick properties.
  • Handle design has a fatal flaw – the Bakelite insulator doesn’t extend to the whole handle. There’s bare metal left between it and the pan, which gets very hot just like the pan. It’s so easy to accidentally touch it (as it’s the same color and sheen as the Bakelite and the pan) and get burned or burn your thumb if you don’t mind or pay attention to where you’re grabbing. GreenPan knows this and even places a warning sticker on it but the sticker itself has to be removed and it’s not like it offers any protection either.
  • Low heat tolerance – all the cookware and the lids are only oven safe up to 320°F, the lowest of all GreenPan’s lines.

GreenPan Padova

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GreenPan Padova Hard Anodized Healthy Ceramic Nonstick, 10 Piece Cookware Pots and Pans Set, PFAS-Free, Dishwasher Safe, Light Blue
  • Cookware Set Includes: 8” and 11” frypans, 2QT saucepan with lid, 3QT casserole with lid, 2.5QT skillet with lid, and 8QT stockpot with lid
  • GreenPan’s Thermolon healthy ceramic nonstick coating is free of PFAS, PFOA, lead, and cadmium, so it will never release toxic fumes, even if it’s accidentally overheated
  • Metal utensil safe, this collection's diamond-reinforced coating is incredibly durable

Finished in eye-catching light blue and cream colors, the Padova is one of the most beautifully designed duoforged hard-anodized lines from GreenPan. It has the same aesthetic appeal as the Rio line and GreenPan’s Reserve collection. The interior of its cookware features diamond-reinforced Thermolon coating while the handles are stainless steel. They are flattened and have a small cut-out near the point where they connect to the body. 

The lid handles are also stainless steel and can withstand temperatures of up to 425°F in the oven or broiler. All the pieces are metal utensil safe and can be clean in the dishwasher.

The line includes frying pans (8”, 10”, 11”, and 12”), saucepans (2 quarts, 3 quarts), sauté pans (3.25 quarts), stockpot (5 quarts), and grill pan (11”). It also includes a 2-piece frypan set (8”, 10”) and 10-piece cookware set. The lids are only available with the 12-inch frypan, saucepan, sauté pan, and the stockpot.

Pros

  • Beautiful, stylish design – the pans and pots are aesthetically pleasing with their two-tone color finishing. The subtle sky blue exterior finish and the pale white interior finish make them look gorgeous with a fun and friendly feel. They can blend beautifully with any kitchen décor. The white interior adds contrast, making it easier to see the food in low-light kitchen environments.
  • Drip free rim – the shapes of the pans and pots and their curved top edges allows for easy and smooth pouring out of the contents. The design eliminates any food from getting stuck to the edges.
  • Tempered glass lids fit nicely – the lids fit perfectly allowing you to view your food without releasing the heat, plus due to their design, there’s no dripping over the side.

Cons

  • Tend to chip and scratch on the rims – some chipping can occur around the rims where the lids sit and this is due to the friction between the two surfaces. The chipping can also occur if you stack the pans or pots when storing them.
  • The bottoms get discolored – the bottoms do get discolored over time and also can get really marked up, especially if you have a gas cooktop with cast iron grates. It’s as well not easy to clean as the interior when it stains.
  • Handles tend to get hot – the handles of the stockpot get really hot, requiring pot holders or oven mitts to hold them. The handles of the pans are long and have a small cut out near the point where they connect the body, so they don’t get as hot as that of the pots but still they can be hot when left on the stovetop for long.

GreenPan Mayflower

Greenpan Mayflower Cookware Set, 9 Piece, Sky Blue
  • Cookware set includes: frying pans 24/28cm, sauté (inc. lid) 24cm/2.7l, saucepan with two spouts 16cm/1.6l, 4 x utensils.
  • Aluminium construction with elegant and timeless look.
  • PFAS free Thermolon non-stick ceramic coating for effortless cooking.

The Mayflower line features GreenPan’s Magneto induction base, so it’s compatible with induction cooktops just like the Smartshape line above. The unique thing about the Mayflower line though is the wooden handles which add a rustic touch to its saucepans and frying pans. It’s the only line with wooden handles. These handles make them not oven safe though.

However, the casserole-style pans in its sets have double stainless steel handles hence they are oven safe but only up to 356°F. The interior has the Thermolon Mineral Pro nonstick coating and has been further incorporated with GreenPan’s SearSmart texture which works with the Thermolon coating to enhance the nonstick performance. The collection isn’t recommended for dishwasher cleaning and using metal utensils is also not advised. 

The cookware types within the line include just frypans (12”, 10”, and 8”) and saucepans (2 quarts, 1 quart). The sets include frypan sets (2-piece) and cookware sets (4-piece, 5-piece, and 13-piece). Only the saucepan is available with the tempered lid but the casserole-style dishes in the sets also come with a lid.

Pros

  • Very effective nonstick surface – the Thermolon Mineral Pro coating coupled with the SearSmart texture creates a slippery nonstick surface that works exceptionally well with medium heat. On all tasks, be it making sunny side up eggs and pancakes, cooking meat, or making sauces, or a caramel, the food slides right off the surface with no sticking at all.
  • Ergonomic handles that stay cool – the round wooden handles are comfortable to hold. They are slightly coarse hence don’t slip. You get a firm, comfortable grip. The wood doesn’t conduct heat, so the handles also remain cool while cooking.
  • Compatible with all stove tops – the Magneto induction base of the Mayflower makes it induction safe and you can use it on all the other cooking surfaces including electric, gas, halogen, or ceramic.

Cons

  • Wooden handles may not last long – the wooden handle can get damaged easily, especially by water. It can start to splinter over time. Moreover, the way the metal has been clamped around the wood leaves a noticeable “open” seam that could probably be a dirt trap.
  • Not oven safe – unfortunately, the Mayflower frypans and saucepans are not oven-safe due to the wooden handles. You can use them on all stovetops but you can’t place them in the oven or broiler like the other GreenPan’s lines.
  • Not suitable for use on glass cooktops – the rough/course base of the Mayflower pieces aids in avoiding slippage but it can also easily scratch the delicate surface of a glass cooktop if care is not taken when moving it.
  • The base and lids can be hard to clean – it does get a bit tough to clean on the bases of these pans, especially when your pan boils over. The lids can be a little tough to clean too around where the glass meets the metal rim.

GreenPan Valencia Pro

GreenPan Valencia Pro Hard Anodized Healthy Ceramic Nonstick 16 Piece Cookware Pots and Pans Set, PFAS-Free, Induction, Dishwasher Safe, Oven Safe, Gray
  • Cookware set includes: 8-inch, 9.5-inch, and 11-inch frying pans; 1.5-quart and 3-quart saucepans with lids, 5-quart stock pot with lid, 3-quart sauté pan with lid, 11-inch grill pan with lid, 3 pan protectors
  • Infused with diamonds, GreenPan’s Thermolon Minerals Pro healthy ceramic nonstick coating is free of PFAS, PFOA, lead, and cadmium, so it will never release toxic fumes, even if it’s accidentally overheated
  • Metal utensil safe, our original diamond-infused nonstick coating offers remarkable durability, balanced heating, and effortless cleanup

The Valencia Pro comes in the same nice dusty blue color of the Paris Pro which makes it look elegant together with the stainless steel handles. It’s one of the pricier lines in GreenPan’s wide collection of cookware. It features GreenPan’s Magneto induction base, so it’s another duoforged hard-anodized line that’s compatible with induction stovetops.

The pans and pots have Thermolon Mineral Pro coating on the inside. Handles are stainless steel. They are nicely contoured and have a large v cut-out flame guard. Most of the pieces and sets are offered with tempered glass lids which have stainless steel handles. They are oven safe up to around 425°F. The pieces are both metal utensil and dish washer safe. 

Besides Chatham, Valencia Pro is the only other GreenPan’s line that offers the largest collection of cookware types, both single pieces and sets. The single pieces includes frypans (8”, 10”, 11”, 12”), saucepan (2 quarts), everyday pan (11”), sauté pan (4.5 quarts), round grill pan (11”), square grill pan (11”), and stockpots (5.5 quarts, 8 quarts). The frypans (10”, 11”), saucepan, everyday pan, sauté pan, and stockpots come with lids. The sets in the line include frypan sets (2-piece, 3-piece), saucepan sets (2-piece, 3-piece), and cookware sets (4-piece, 11-piece, 16-piece).

Pros

  • Reliable nonstick surface – it handles all foods well from eggs to omelets to stew. Even cheesy scrambled eggs slide right out with no problems. It generally works really well for all low oil cooking.
  • Handles stay cool – the main handles of the frypans, saucepans, and sauté pans stay cool enough to hold without a pad during cooking. They are also nicely contoured hence providing a good, comfortable grip.

Cons

  • Lid and helper handles get hot – the handles of the lids and those of the stockpot and some pans (helper handles) get really hot during cooking. You can’t hold them without an oven mitt or a potholder.
  • Tends to chip around the rim – the pans and pots appear to chip around the rims, especially with frequent use of the lid.
  • Prone to discoloration – the exterior of the pans is susceptible to discoloration from the heat. The bottoms do get stains and fire marks too over time. They can also rust if they are left wet hence ending up staining (leaving rust ring) the stovetop or countertop.
  • Textured bottom – the Magneto induction base is heavily textured and can slide on a glass or ceramic cooktop which can end up scratching the surface, especially if dragged on it.
  • Some pans are not flat – the bottom of some of the pans seem not flat (the middle is slightly higher than the edges), so when you add oil it runs to the sides and everything you try to cook like eggs, slides towards the sides of the pans.
  • Saucepans are a bit heavy – while the frypans have a good heft on them, the saucepans are a little on the heavier side. If you have wrist issues or suffer from carpal tunnel, they might be too heavy to use comfortably.

GreenPan Reserve

GreenPan Reserve Hard Anodized Healthy Ceramic Nonstick 10 Piece Cookware Pots and Pans Set, Gold Handle, PFAS-Free, Dishwasher Safe, Oven Safe, Black
  • Cookware set includes: 2 quart saucepan with lid, 6 quart stock pot with straining lid, 8 quart stock pot with lid, 8” and 11” frying pans, and 2.8 quart sauté pan with lid
  • Metal utensil safe, this collection's diamond-reinforced coating is incredibly durable
  • Hard anodized aluminum body is unbelievably durable and scratch-resistant

This collection has a much more feminine aesthetic compared to all of GreenPan’s cookware. It comes in a wide range of bright, striking colors. All the pieces in the collection have durable forged bases to prevent warping. The Thermolon coating for the interior varies with individual pieces. Some like the charcoal and smoky blue pieces have the Thermolon Mineral Pro coating while others like all the black pieces have Diamond Advanced Thermolon coating. Another notable thing is that induction compatibility varies too with individual pieces. 

For instance, the charcoal, smoky blue, and dark blue pieces are all compatible with induction cooktops as they are equipped with GreenPan’s Magneto induction base. However, all the other pieces don’t have this feature hence can’t work with induction cooktops. That said, all of Reserves pieces and lids have gold-tone stainless steel handles which are matte-finished to provide a good grip. The handles for the cookware pieces have a small v cutout flame guard to help keep them cool during cooking. The collection is metal utensil and dishwasher safe. 

Unlike all the other GreenPan’s lines, the Reserve is mostly available in sets. It includes 3-piece frypan set (in merlot, dark blue and taupe colors) and 2-piece frypan sets (in eggplant, dark blue, smoky blue, blush, charcoal, and black colors). The cookware sets include an 18-piece set (black only), 11-piece set (charcoal only), 5-piece set (black only), and 10-piece set (in twilight, merlot, julep, taupe, sunrise, blush, smoky blue and black colors).

There are also several individual cookware pieces within the collection which include 12” frypan (in black, julep, and blush), saucepan (2 quarts, smoky blue), and sauté pans (4-quart-smoky-blue, 4.5-quart-black) – all of these come with lids. There is as well a 16” oval fish sauté pan (smoky blue) and a roaster with rack (black).

GreenPan SearSmart

GreenPan SearSmart Hard Anodized Healthy Ceramic Nonstick, 8" and 10" Frying Pan Skillet Set, PFAS-Free, Textured Surface, Dishwasher Safe, Black
  • Infused with diamonds, GreenPan’s Thermolon Diamond Advanced healthy ceramic nonstick coating is free of PFAS, PFOA, lead, and cadmium, so it will never release toxic fumes, even if it’s accidentally overheated
  • Metal utensil safe, our most advanced ceramic nonstick coating is diamond-infused for extreme durability, fast heating, and effortless cleanup
  • Featuring a unique texture for crisp browning and easy release, this set's hard anodized bodies are scratch-resistant and optimally shaped, offering 25-40% more cooking space than traditional collections

The SearSmart is GreenPan’s exclusive collection made especially for searing and browning. It has the same body construction as the Reserve collection but the interior features the Thermolon Diamond Advanced coating and it’s finished with the company’s SearSmart surface which is a special surface that has a rough texture, great for searing and flavorful browning – this is GreenPan’s most advanced ceramic nonstick coating and offers an easy release of foods. Kitchen Stories is the only other line that has this feature. 

The other notable thing about the SearSmart collection is that the pieces are stackable for easier storage. They nest within each other very well, freeing up to 40% of space compared to traditional sets. The handles are polished stainless steel and unlike those of the Reserve collection, they have a Y shape which helps reduce heat transfer during cooking. All pieces are oven and broiler safe just like the Reserve pieces and the same type of lids are offered too, but with polished stainless steel handles. This SearSmart collection, however, is not induction compatible. It’s metal utensil and dishwasher safe, though.

As I mentioned earlier, all the SearSmart cookware come in one color (black). The collection offers several sets that include frypan sets (2-piece, 3-piece) and cookware sets (5-piece, 10-piece, 12-piece, and 17-piece). The individual pieces include frypans (8”, 12”), saucepan (2 quarts), and sauté pan (5 quarts).

Stainless Steel Collections

All of GreenPan’s premium lines like the Venice Pro, Venice Pro Noir and Premier fall in this category. It also includes several mid-priced lines like Levels and Chatham. What they all have in common is their 3-ply clad stainless steel bodies, which consists of a full aluminum core that’s clad by a layer of stainless steel on each side. 

This stainless steel-aluminum combo makes them just as strong and durable as the duoforged hard-anodized aluminum lines but with the advantage of being compatible with all cooktops, even induction. They don’t need the Magneto induction base. Their tri-ply stainless steel bodies are further reinforced with the GreenPan’s Evershine technology which is a special protective layer that helps prevent the stainless steel exterior from getting heat discoloration hence keeping it shining for years. However, the Levels, Venice Pro, Venice Pro Noir, and Premier are the only stainless lines with this feature.

Some of the lines have diamond-infused Thermolon coating while others have the Mineral Pro version. All of them have stainless steel handles and are all broiler and oven safe up to 600°F except for the Levels line which has silicon-wrapped stainless steel handles and is oven safe up to just 400°F. GreenPan’s standard tempered lids are offered in all the lines too and are oven safe up to 425°F, except for the Levels lids.

GreenPan Venice Pro

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GreenPan Venice Pro Tri-Ply Stainless Steel Healthy Ceramic Nonstick 10 Piece Cookware Pots and Pans Set, PFAS-Free, Multi Clad, Induction, Dishwasher Safe, Oven Safe, Silver
  • 10 Piece Cookware Set includes: 8" and 10" frying pans, 2 quart and 3 quart saucepans with lids, 3 quart saute pan with lid, and a 5 quart casserole with lid
  • Infused with diamonds: GreenPan’s Thermolon Minerals Pro healthy ceramic nonstick coating is free of PFAS, PFOA, lead, and cadmium, so it will never release toxic fumes, even if it’s accidentally overheated
  • Metal utensil safe, our original diamond-infused nonstick coating offers remarkable durability, balanced heating, and effortless cleanup

This is one of the premium GreenPan lines. The interior consists of Thermolon Mineral Pro coating and the handles are stainless steel with large v cut-out flame guard. The lids also have stainless steel handles and the metal rim around them is larger than that of the tempered glass lids from the other lines. All the pieces are rated as dishwasher and metal utensil safe.

The Venice Pro line does offer a good variety of cookware types which include different sizes of frypans (8”, 10”, 11”, and 12”), saucepan (1.5 quarts), sauté pan (5 quarts), chef’s pan (3.5 quarts), and wok (12”). The saucepan, sauté pan, chef’s pan, and wok come with lids. The sets include frypan sets (2-piece, 3-piece) and cookware sets (7-piece, 10-piece, and 19-piece).

Pros

  • Durable and sturdy overall construction – the thick tri-ply clad stainless-steel body of the pans and pots is very solid and durable. The bottom is thicker and flat hence won’t warp whatsoever. The handles are sturdy and well-riveted too.
  • Have incredible heat distribution – the aluminum core allows the pans to heat up well and fairly fast on medium heat. The heat distributes throughout the surface of the pan, so food gets to cook evenly. You don’t need high heat to get the high heat results.
  • Ergonomic handle design – the handles are nicely contoured for a firm and comfortable grip. The large v cut-out shape helps minimize heat conduction to the handles hence they don’t get hot to touch during cooking.
  • Effortless cleaning – the Evershine finish on the exterior keeps it glossy and helps resist discoloration for years.

Cons

  • Chips around the rims – the coating around the rims tends to chip off. However, this only happens on the pans that come with glass lids. The friction between the metal rims of the lids and where they set on the top edge of the pans causes the nonstick coating around that area to start to chip overtime.
  • Lid handles get hot – the stainless steel handles of the lids do get hot when cooking on the stove top. You have to hold them with a mitt or paper towel to open the lids.

GreenPan Venice Pro Noir

GreenPan Venice Pro Noir Tri-Ply Stainless Steel Healthy Ceramic Nonstick 8" and 10" Frying Pan Skillet Set, Matte Black Handle, PFAS-Free, Multi Clad, Induction, Dishwasher Safe, Oven Safe, Silver
  • Infused with diamonds, GreenPan’s Thermolon Diamond Advanced healthy ceramic nonstick coating is free of PFAS, PFOA, lead, and cadmium, so it will never release toxic fumes, even if it’s accidentally overheated
  • Metal utensil safe, our most advanced ceramic nonstick coating is diamond-infused for extreme durability, fast heating, and effortless cleanup
  • Multilayer stainless steel bodies reinforced with Evershine technology to resist discoloration and keep them looking like new long after they're not

The Pro Noir is a step up from the Venice Pro. It’s the most expensive and most premium GreenPan line. What sets it apart from its predecessor and the rest is the combination of the 3-ply stainless steel body construction with the diamond-infused Thermolon nonstick coating that makes up the interior. This combination gives it a thicker and more durable build and also a nonstick surface that’s equally durable and effective. 

The diamond-infused Thermolon coating gives its interior an elegant black finish that contrasts well with the stainless steel exterior. The handles are made of stainless steel and have pretty much the same design as those of the Venice Pro except for the matte black finish which equally offset the vibrant stainless steel exterior. The pieces are dishwasher and metal utensil safe. 

The line doesn’t offer a lot in terms of variety of cookware like the Venice Pro. It only includes frypans (12”, 11”) and sets which consist of frypan sets (2-piece and 3-piece) and cookware set (13-piece). The 12-inch frypan is the only cookware type that comes with the lid, but the saucepans, skillets and casserole in the set do come with lids too.

Pros

  • Incredible build quality – each piece feels sturdier and stronger than the previous stainless steel lines. The handles are durable too and have a matte finish to prevent wear and corrosion. The lids are also thick glass with large metal rims just like that of the Venice Pro. They fit tight.
  • They are completely nonstick – the cooking surface is quite smooth such that food slides and flips freely. Nothing at all sticks to it, even melted cheese or scrambled eggs with cheese.
  • Handles are sturdy and comfortable to grip – handles have the same contoured design as the Venice Pro. They are comfortable to hold and offer a secure grip. They are long and have the v cut-out shape which helps them stay cool to the touch.

Cons

  • Requires extra care – the pans can start to chip or peel along the rim if care is not taken when using, washing or storing them. They shouldn’t be stacked on top of one another.
  • Heavier than the other lines – due to the thick stainless steel construction (body and handle), the Venice Pro Noir pans feel a little heavy compared to the rest, so if you have weak hands or weight restriction of lifting beware.
  • Lid and helper handles get hot – the handles on the lid and the stock pots get very hot during cooking that they require a hot pad or pot holder to handle. Moreover, when washing the lids, the stainless rim tends to fill with water which is a bit tricky to get it all out, even the tough messes.

GreenPan Premier

GreenPan Venice Pro Noir Tri-Ply Stainless Steel Healthy Ceramic Nonstick 8" and 10" Frying Pan Skillet Set, Matte Black Handle, PFAS-Free, Multi Clad, Induction, Dishwasher Safe, Oven Safe, Silver
  • Infused with diamonds, GreenPan’s Thermolon Diamond Advanced healthy ceramic nonstick coating is free of PFAS, PFOA, lead, and cadmium, so it will never release toxic fumes, even if it’s accidentally overheated
  • Metal utensil safe, our most advanced ceramic nonstick coating is diamond-infused for extreme durability, fast heating, and effortless cleanup
  • Multilayer stainless steel bodies reinforced with Evershine technology to resist discoloration and keep them looking like new long after they're not

The GreenPan Premier line is basically rebranded Venice Pro Noir. It has the same look and body construction, including the interior. What makes it different is the wrapped stainless steel rims which is a big improvement of all GreenPan’s lines because it protects the non-stick coating against dents and chipping (a huge problem for all the other GreenPans cookware with lids), ensuring there’s not risk of corrosion. 

The other difference is the handles. They are stainless steel but not matte stainless steel like those of the Venice Pro Noir. Moreover, they are flat, not contoured like those of the Venice Pro Noir and they don’t have the v cutout flame guard – they heat up during cooking. The only good thing about them is that they are sturdier and have silhouette rivets that create an almost seamless and easy-to-clean interior.

The tempered glass lids are just the same as those of the Venice Pro Noir but are oven safe up to 428°F while the pieces are safe up to 600°F. They are also compatible with metal utensils and dishwasher safe too.

The line has a good variety of cookware types just like the Valencia Pro. They include frypans (12”, 10”), saucepans (1.5 quarts, 3 quarts), sauté pan (4 quarts, 6 quarts), stockpot (6 quarts), wok (12”), round grill pan (11”), square grill pan (11”), and roasting pan (16”). The lids are available with the 12-inch frypan, saucepan, sauté pan, wok, and stockpot. The sets in the line include frypan sets (2-piece, 3-piece), saucepan sets (3-piece, 4-piece), and cookware sets (4-piece, 8-piece, 11-piece, and 15-piece).

GreenPan Levels Stackable Stainless Steel

GreenPan Levels Stackable Tri-Ply Stainless Steel, Healthy Ceramic Nonstick, 10" and 12" Frying Pan Skillet Set, PFAS-Free, Dishwasher Safe, Silver
  • Diamond Advanced Ceramic Nonstick Coating—Multiple diamond-infused layers make our signature healthy ceramic nonstick coating extremely durable, metal utensil safe and give each pan excellent heat transfer
  • Manufactured without PFAS and PFOA
  • 3-ply stainless steel bodies with Evershine: Specially treated to resist discoloration

The Levels stainless steel version features diamond-infused Thermolon coated interiors just like the Venice Pro Noir and Premier lines. It’s one of the fairly affordable GreenPan’s stainless steel offerings besides Treviso and Chatham stainless steel versions. Unlike the rest, it’s designed for easy stacking. The pots, pans and even the lids stack inside each other for easy and convenient storage just like the Levels duoforged hard-anodized version. 

The handles are flat and made of stainless steel wrapped with silicone to keep them cool to the touch when cooking. The silicone also has a rubber-like texture, so it’s comfortable to hold and the grip is firm, not slippery at all even when the handles are wet. 

The lids come with the Levels’ signature straining feature that makes draining hot liquids out of the pots and pans so easy. However, due to the silicone wrap, the pans and pots are oven safe up to only 400°F – they are oven safe up to just 350°F with the lid on. They are metal utensil safe and are also listed as safe for use in the dishwasher. No individual pieces are offered in this line. It’s only available as sets which include frypan set (2-piece) and cookware sets (6-piece, 11-piece).

GreenPan Chatham Stainless Steel

GreenPan Chatham Tri-Ply Stainless Steel Healthy Ceramic Nonstick Induction Suitable, Cookware Pots and Pans, 12 Piece, Silver
  • GreenPan’s Thermolon healthy ceramic nonstick coating is free of PFAS, PFOA, lead, and cadmium, so it will never release toxic fumes, even if it’s accidentally overheated
  • Metal utensil safe, this collection's diamond-reinforced coating is incredibly durable
  • 3-Ply Stainless Steel: High-quality stainless layers with an aluminum core for better performance, efficiency, and durability

The Chatham stainless steel line is priced slightly higher than the Levels series but shares the same build quality apart from the handle. Chatham pan and pots come with long riveted stainless steel handles. They don’t have the v cutout flame guard, so they can get hot during cooking compared to the handles of Levels line which are silicone-wrapped to keep them cool. However, the stainless steel handles of the Chatham line makes it broiler and oven safe up to 600°F (315°C). The lids have the same stainless steel handles which also tend to get hot but have a higher heat tolerance than that of the Levels line – are oven safe up to 425°F (218°C). 

Due to the diamond-reinforced Thermolon nonstick coating, the Chatham line pans and pots are metal and dishwasher safe. The cookware types in the line include frypans (9.5”, 11”), sauté pan (3.75 quart), chef’s pan (2.5 quart) and wok (11”). Sets include frypan sets (2-piece and 3-piece) and cookware set (12-piece). The frypan (11”), sauté pan, and saucepan are the only ones available with a lid.

GreenPan Treviso

The Treviso is one of GreenPan’s least expensive induction lines and it’s also one of their latest and most affordable stainless steel cookware lines. Unlike the rest, the body of the pieces in this line is made of stainless steel with an encapsulated base. The stainless steel makes them compatible with induction and all the other stovetops but it doesn’t offer the best heat distribution like the other lines above which feature the 3-ply stainless steel construction.

The interior consists of GreenPan’s diamond-infused Thermolon coating and all the pieces are oven and broiler safe up to around 600°F. They have riveted stainless steel handles with a small flameguard cut-out which doesn’t really do much in terms of keeping the handles cool to touch when cooking for a long time. The lids also have stainless steel handles and are oven safe up to 425°F.

The line has limited types of cookware. It only includes a 12” frypan with a lid and two sets – a 2-piece frying pan set and a 10-piece cookware set. All the cookwares are dishwasher and metal utensil safe, but again neither option is recommended.

GreenPan Treviso Stainless Steel Healthy Ceramic Nonstick, 10 Piece Cookware Pots and Pans Set, PFAS-Free, Clad, Induction, Dishwasher Safe, Silver
  • Set includes: 8” and 10” frying pans, 1QT and 2QT saucepans with lids, 3QT sauté pan with lid, 5QT stock pot with lid, and Renew sponge
  • GreenPan’s Thermolon healthy ceramic nonstick coating is free of PFAS, PFOA, lead, and cadmium, so it will never release toxic fumes, even if it’s accidentally overheated
  • Stainless steel body with an encapsulated base for outstanding heat transfer

GreenPan Kitchen Stories Stainless Steel

GreenPan Venice Pro Noir Tri-Ply Stainless Steel Healthy Ceramic Nonstick 8" and 10" Frying Pan Skillet Set, Matte Black Handle, PFAS-Free, Multi Clad, Induction, Dishwasher Safe, Oven Safe, Silver
  • Infused with diamonds, GreenPan’s Thermolon Diamond Advanced healthy ceramic nonstick coating is free of PFAS, PFOA, lead, and cadmium, so it will never release toxic fumes, even if it’s accidentally overheated
  • Metal utensil safe, our most advanced ceramic nonstick coating is diamond-infused for extreme durability, fast heating, and effortless cleanup
  • Multilayer stainless steel bodies reinforced with Evershine technology to resist discoloration and keep them looking like new long after they're not

This is the least expensive stainless steel line and probably one of GreenPan’s lines that offer the best value due to its affordable price and great features. It comes at a slightly lower price than the Treviso line but has a 3-ply stainless steel body that’s finished with Evershine technology on the exterior just like the high end stainless steel lines we’ve seen above. Its interior is also finished with diamond-infused Thermolon nonstick coating.

It equally comes with ergonomic matte stainless steel handles. They don’t have the v cutout shape like those of the Treviso, but they are nicely contoured to offer a firm and comfortable grip. All the pieces are oven safe up to 600°F and can be cleaned in the dishwasher. They are as well metal utensil safe. The line doesn’t offer much though in terms of cookware varieties. It only includes frypans (12”, 9.5” and 8”).

GreenPan Venice Pro vs. Valencia Pro

The main difference between the Venice Pro and the Valencia pro is the body material. Venice Pro is crafted from a 3-ply stainless steel, enforced with Evershine technology while the Valencia Pro is made from duoforged hard-anodized aluminum. The other notable difference comes in the lid design. While both have tempered glass lids with stainless steel loop handles, the metal rim around the Venice Pro lids is larger than that of the Valencia Pro.

Other than those two differences and the fact that the Venice Pro comes at a slightly higher price, the two lines share pretty much all the other features. They are both compatible with all cooktops (even induction), have stainless steel handles with large v cutout flame guard, and their cooking surfaces feature Thermolon Mineral Pro coating. They are equally safe to use in the oven up to 600°F (425°F with the lid on) and are both metal utensil and dish washer safe.

GreenPan Paris Pro vs. Valencia Pro

The Valencia Pro is more of an upgraded version of the Paris Pro line. While it’s made of duoforged hard-anodized aluminum (twice anodized), the Paris Pro is made of only standard hard-anodized aluminum. The Valencia Pro is also induction compatible while the Paris Pro is not. 

However, the Paris Pro pieces have a more elegant ash grey color that’s complemented well with their sleek stainless steel handles. The lids of the Paris Pro line are made of solid stainless steel. In fact, this is one of their main differences. You can’t view your food while it’s cooking with the solid lids of the Paris Pro but you can with the tempered glass lids of the Valencia Pro. 

Due to the stainless still construction, the Paris Pro lids also tend to get very hot compared to the Valencia Pro. However, the stainless steel lids make the Paris Pro pieces oven safe up to 600°F while the Valencia Pro lids are oven safe only up to 425°F. The interior of both lines is finished with a Thermolon Mineral Pro coating though, and all their pieces are metal utensil safe and can be cleaned in the dishwasher.

GreenPan Rio vs. Chatham

The Rio is way affordable than the Chatham line because it’s one of GreenPan’s basic cookware line. It’s build quality is not really at par with that of Chatham as it’s made of only aluminum which offers better heat conduction but it’s not as durable as the duo-forged hard-anodize aluminum body of the Chatham line. It also has the standard Thermolon coating while the Chatham has the diamond-reinforced Thermolon coating which offers better nonstick performance and it’s more durable. 

The other difference is in the handles. The Chatham handles are made of stainless steel that are oven safe up to 600°F (425°F with the lid) while the cookware and the lids of the Rio have Bakelite handles that make them oven safe up to only 350°F. Moreover, the handles of Rio lids are knob handles while those of Chatham’s lids are large loop handles. 

Both lines are not induction compatible but Chatham has a stainless-steel version that’s compatible with induction cooktops. Due to the diamond-reinforced Thermolon nonstick coating, the Chatham line pans and pots are metal and dishwasher safe. However, the Rio line is not metal utensil safe but it is dishwasher safe.

GreenPan Premiere vs. Venice Pro

While both are induction compatible, oven safe (up to 600°F) and come with the same type of tempered glass lids, the GreenPan Premier is a much improved version of the Venice Pro, both in terms of build quality and design. It boasts of a 3-ply stainless steel body (with Evershine layer on the exterior) and the interior has the diamond-reinforced Thermolon coating instead of the Thermolon Mineral Pro of the Venice Pro. 

When it comes to the design, the Premier line pieces have wrapped stainless steel rims. This is an exclusive feature that helps prevent chipping and dents around the rims, which is a problem that the Venice Pro and all the other GreenPan’s line face. 

The other difference is the handles. They are stainless steel but are flat, not contoured like those of the Venice Pro and they don’t have the v cutout flame guard – they tend to heat up during cooking compared to those of the Venice Pro which have a large c cutout flame guard. However, they have silhouette rivets that create an almost seamless interior that’s easy to clean. Both lines are compatible with metal utensils and are dishwasher safe too.

GreenPan Revolution vs. Premiere

The Revolution line comes in different colors, unlike the Premier which comes in only one body color (stainless steel exterior and black interior). It’s available in black, Riviera and champagne colors all of which look sleek and gorgeous with the stainless steel handles. However, beyond the look, the built quality of the Revolution is subpar compared to that of the Premier. It’s made of hard-anodized aluminum and the interior features Thermolon Mineral Pro coating. 

The pieces don’t have the wrapped stainless steel rims like those of the Premier and while the lids of both lines are made of tempered glass, those of the Premier have larger metal rims that fit tight onto the edges of the pans and pots. Moreover, the lids of the Revolution line are oven safe up to only 390°F while those of the Premier can withstand up to 428°F.

The handles are pretty much the same. They are both flat, riveted and don’t have the v cutout shape. The only difference is that the Premier handles have silhouette rivets that create an almost seamless interior. Both lines are induction compatible and safe to use with metal utensils or clean in the dishwasher.

Is GreenPan Worth the Money?

GreenPan offers good value overall. They’re certainly not the cheapest pans and pots on the market and neither are they among the pricier collections but they offer top-quality ceramic lines that are hard to beat.

Their pans and pots provide even heating and they do retain heat pretty well too. That’s what important when you’ve more than one item to cook and time is of essence. Their nonstick abilities are also at par with the best nonstick lines I’ve tested. They easily handle pancakes, eggs, pot-stickers, non-breaded chicken breasts, sausage, stir-fry’s, fish fillets – and more. 

While not super lightweight, they aren’t exceedingly heavy either hence are easy to handle and maneuver in the kitchen. And while no nonstick surface lasts endlessly, the GreenPan’s Thermolon ceramic nonstick coating certainly holds up well. It doesn’t easily flake off but it will accumulate scratches around the rim over time.

However, how long it’ll last and the condition of it will depend on how well you care for it. There are a few complaints that the non-stick ability wears off quickly but this is mainly due to failure to follow the instructions: not using high heat, avoiding aerosol sprays and oils with low smoking point, avoiding abrasive cleaners and metal utensils, and hand washing them. Follow these directions and you’re certain to get maximum use value from the pans and pots. 

Generally, I think GreenPan is worth the money, especially if you really want the convenience of a reliable nonstick cookware and the assurance that no toxic chemicals will leach in your food. It’s a good choice for almost any kitchen – and there is a wide selection of cookware lines at different prices, so you can choose the one that best suits your budget. Moreover, all their lines come with a limited lifetime warranty, except the Reserve collection which has a limited 10-year warranty/2-year warranty on coating.

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