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Farberware Classic 12-Inch Deep Skillet


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Farberware Classic 12-Inch Deep Skillet

Crafted from a blend of materials, this 12-inch-diameter deep skillet from Farberware offers the excellent conductivity of aluminum with the convenience of a nonstick interior. The pan features highly polished 2-1/4-inch sides with a slight slope--great for cooking cornbread or frying meats. Oven-safe to 350 degrees F, the pan requires little oil during cooking, releases food with minimal sticking, and cleans up easily. Its comfortable phenolic handle is stoutly riveted, stays cool during stovetop use, and sports a hanging ring. Farberware recommends hand washing and the use of wooden, plastic, or nylon utensils to best preserve the skillet's interior.


  • Handles are riveted securely to the pan, providing comfort and heat resistance
  • Highly polished exterior blends nicely with the look of any kitchen
  • Nonstick's benefits. Easy cleanup goes without saying.
  • Perfect heating. Enjoy freedom from hot spots with Farberware Classic Skillets.

Shipping Cost: Free!

Return Policy: Within 30 in the original packaging

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Review Snapshot

  • 4 of 5 stars
52% (25)
15% (7)
7% (3)
11% (5)
19% (9)
  • Not a keeper   »   Most Recent Review “This skillet was a nice generous size but it was too lightweight. Also, it had cheap plastic handles. I returned the item the next day after receiving it.”
  • Bigger is better!   »   Most Helpful Reviews “This is the perfect pan for making single-skillet meals. Unlike conventional shallow pans this one is deep enough to hold food for four people. Scramble eggs for the whole family!”
  • Cheap Farberware   »   Most Helpful Critical Reviews “This item is not up the usual quality of farberware. Looks and cooks like a cheap pan. Beware of "Farberware Classics".”