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Induction frypan reviews

Last updated: 19 May 2017

If you have an induction cooktop, it's essential that you use a special kind of cookware with a ferrous base. We've tested induction-compatible frypans to find which will give the best results. Want to know more? Read about how we test or take a look at our induction cookware buying guide.

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Our lab test results will tell you which induction frypans:

  • perform the best
  • are easy to use
  • have durable non-stick surfaces.

Our interactive comparison tool helps you easily compare models and our Recommended list will let you see at a glance which models come out on top.

If you're looking for saucepans, see our induction saucepan reviews. 

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