Iittala Tools frypan 24cm
These are arguably the world's finest pans. You may also know the range by its previous name, Hackman. Both visually and functionally this highly professional range in multi-layer stainless steel, by the Scandinavian designer Björn Dahlström, cannot be faulted. The unique multi-layered structure - stainless steel with an aluminium core - gives instant heat distribution through the whole body of the pans, not just the base. They are pans for real cooks, superbly well engineered. Suitable for all types of cooker including induction.
|Fuel types||Electric, Gas, Halogen, Induction, Oven|
The roots of Iittala date back to 1881 when a glass factory was established in a village of the same name in southern Finland. In the beginning of the 20th century dinnerware was decorated with a variety of ornaments. Iittala was one of the first companies to make the transition from decorative dinner sets to functional, aesthetically pleasing objects infused with progressive Scandinavian design. The core idea behind Iittala is to offer aesthetically and functionally durable products that bring enjoyment and pleasure to everyday life.
Born in Stockholm, Sweden, in 1957. Björn Dahlström works both two and three dimensionally. His work includes highly regarded furniture for Cbi, as well as industrial design products for Atlas Copco, among others. Dahlström works in Stockholm and has over the years established himself internationally. In 2001, he was awarded the Torsten and Wanja Söderberg design prize, one of the most prestigious Nordic design prizes.
Uncoated pans need oil or butter prior to use. Always cool hot pans completely before washing. Let the pan dry upside down. Metal tools may be used with care, but might cause scratches to the surface. Scratches, heat stains and discoloration may appear after use, but these are only visual changes which don’t affect functionality or safety.