Nonstick Frypan: T-Fal Heat Master 10-in. Review

T-Fal Heat Master 10" Frypan

Meet my new favorite nonstick frypan!

 

Though I have several frying pans from cast iron skillets to stainless steel of all different sizes, I hate the way they can stick when frying eggs. Therefore, I had my heart set on getting a new nonstick frypan. The only problem I had was deciding between the copper nonstick and the ones with sapphire infused technology since I intended on giving myself an early Christmas present.

**I have no affiliation with Kohl’s or T-fal Cookware. I purchased this product.**

At first glance, the copper nonstick pans from television advertising were lighter to hold with the same one piece metal handle as the T-fal blue sapphire pan. The bottom also could be used for induction cooking, which I needed like the blue sapphire one. The price at Kohl’s for either 9.5″ size TV Red copper square frypan or T-fal Heat Master blue sapphire frypan was the same, being on sale at $19.99. The T-fal Heat Master of this 10″ size was originally $40.00 and the 9.5″ Red Copper frypan was originally $24.95.

T-Fal Heat Master 10-in. Nonstick Frypan Is Nonstick Cooking at Its Best

The T-fal Heat Master frypan, however, felt sturdier when I held it compared to the copper nonstick frypan. Nonetheless, this was hardly any fair comparison until actually cooking in this pan.

Since I purchased some TV infomercial products that weren’t as great as what was presented, I was skeptical. Of course, I never cooked with anything using blue sapphire technology, but I had T-fal cookware before so it gave this product more validity in my mind.

Though I was still undecided, I also was curious to find out other opinions. I am not a shy person. When I see others looking at cookware as well, I started asking if anyone tried either of those nonstick frypans. Quite a few people told me that the Red Copper frypans won’t stick, but they discolor and tend to accumulate grease at the bottom that is difficult to clean.

After interviewing how many people shopping throughout the cookware department and through Kohl’s, I returned home with that T-fal Heat Master 10″ frypan.

This morning I fried six eggs in this pan with no sticking. The eggs turned out beautifully and the pan was a breeze to clean later.

Honestly, I would love to get an entire set of T-fal Heat Master or a larger frypan to make a frittata because it has a metal handle to put it in the oven.

If you’re thinking of new nonstick way to cook, you really owe it to yourself to try this T-fal Heat Master blue sapphire technology. You’ll save so much scrubbing time from old frypans with this one.  In fact, this nonstick frypan would make a great Christmas gift.

 

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7 Comments

  1. tat2gurlzrock
    December 14, 2018 / 8:28 am

    I love T-Fal products. I recently purchased a T-Fall large skillet with lid and it is really nice!

    • nuts4stuff
      Author
      December 14, 2018 / 9:45 am

      No joke, this one is the best nonstick frypan that I ever used. Nothing at all stuck. It was so easy to clean up as well. I do want to get more of this line.

  2. rochelle haynes
    December 15, 2018 / 4:24 am

    This is looking good love to have this

  3. Lynne B
    December 15, 2018 / 6:05 pm

    I try to keep one pan just for eggs so that the pan stays smooth. This looks like a good one.

  4. monique s
    December 18, 2018 / 9:08 am

    I have used Tfal cookware for years. It really is durable and the nonstick lasts and lasts.

  5. ellen beck
    December 19, 2018 / 10:14 pm

    I love TFal. I have been using this brand for many years. If you take care of it , it lasts a super long time. I love the weight of them too.

  6. gloria patterson
    February 3, 2019 / 12:26 pm

    I have never had a T-Fal skillet before and I have been looking at getting a new skillet. You know how many there are out that just had me shaking my head. I am at walmart and they have a whole wall full of pans copper which I have one and am not of fan of, red pans, green pans, non stick………. I think I will pic up a TFal

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