81247 Features: -Surface material: Titanium and dupont's autograph 2. -Revolutionary titanium composite exterior means this gourmet cookware is durable, tough and easy to clean. -Professional cast stainless steel hollowcore handles are comfortable and oven safe to 500 degrees. -Restaurant tested by professional chefs, dupont's autograph 2 surpasses all other standard nonstick formulas by delivering enduring nonstick performance. -Inside and outside the pan with superior durability that stands up to the rigors of professional kitchen use. -Dishwasher safe: Yes. Color: -Black. Product Type: -Wok. Non-Stick: -Yes. Hard-Anodized: -Yes. Primary Material: -Aluminum. Helper Handle: -Yes. Dimensions: Overall Height - Top to Bottom: -5.75". Overall Width - Side to Side: -15.25". Overall Depth - Front to Back: -22.25". Overall Product Weight: -5.4 lbs. Diameter: -12".
A rare feature among hard-anodized cookware, Anolon Titanium is actually dishwasher-safe. However, it offers cooks many advantages long before cleanup time. Constructed of extra-thick aluminum, these heavy pots and pans conduct heat quickly and uniformly (no hot spots) and won't warp. Their handsome, charcoal-gray exterior is harder than steel and resists scratching and denting. Inside, they're coated with DuPont's exceptionally durable Autograph nonstick that readily releases food. Stainless-steel handles have an attractive satin-finish. The handles are rounded for comfort, hollow to stay cool on the stovetop, oven-safe to 500 degrees F, and have hanging holes. This 12-inch stir- fry pan has a helper handle and a rounded bottom that's perfect for cooking Asian-style food.
Unlike conventional hard-anodized pots and pans, this cookware is dishwasher-safe because its titanium-composite exterior is nonporous. Nevertheless, its virtue of being dishwasher-safe is not unlimited. To prevent pots and pans from discoloring in a dishwasher over time--and to prevent voiding the lifetime warranty against defects--the manufacturer's cleaning instructions about water temperature (120 to 140 degrees F) and detergent (mild, with a phosphate content less that 7-1/2 percent) must be strictly observed. As with most cookware, hand washing Anolon Titanium is the better alternative for ideal care. --Fred Brack