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Rated 3 out of 5 by Not as good the prior Commercial Non-Stick line... I had a Calphalon Commercial Non-Stick omelette pan for many years. It was a heavier pan that seemed to distribute heat more evenly and warm up a little more gradual. It was great! The Unison still seems like a quality pan and I believe has the lifetime warranty which is appreciated. I have only used the new pan for a couple months so can't rate it above Average until I see how long it lasts. I think you would be safe to buy this pan, but if you want a heavy commercial grade non-stick do a quick look around to see if there are any better alternatives. 05/12/2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Increditably Non Stick I have to admit that over the years I was never a real fan of non-stick cookware until now. After watching the TV commerical with Chef Michael Symon on the Food Channel, I decided to give this pan a try. Hey, it's Calphalon...right! Well, I'm really impressed. When they say "slide", they're not kidding. I have tried numerous recipes sans any oil or butter and with absolutely nothing sticking to the pan. Cleanup is also a breeze. I highly recommend this cookware to the non-stick aficionado. 12/31/2010
Rated 2 out of 5 by Great when new, but... Returned the 1st pan because the bottom became warped after about 4 month, never heating the pan above med-high. I returned the 2nd pan beacuse the non-stick coating startend coming off in spots after 3 months of use, only using teflon tools. I'm about to return the 3rd pan again because of a scratched up non-stick coating after about 3 months. I will ask for it to be replaced by a stainless pan. 08/07/2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Amazing, so far I use this skillet for browning and cooking. I do not own a Unison "sear" pan. Both of mine are "slide". The only concern I have is that the finish is easily scratched. I only use the proper utensils, too. These scratches are more cosmetic, so far. This did not keep me from buying my second "slide" skillet. 06/16/2010
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