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Induction saucepan reviews

Last updated: 19 May 2017

When you're cooking with induction, it's essential that you're using the right cookware with a ferrous base. Not all induction cookware performs the same and we've tested compatible saucepans to find out which will work best on your induction cooktop. Want to find out more? Our induction cookware buying guide will help you decide which one you need, while how we test explains what we look for in our test lab.

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Our lab test results will tell you which saucepans:

  • perform the best
  • are easiest to use
  • are quick to heat up.

Our interactive comparison tool will tell you the real base dimensions of each saucepan so you can match the saucepan to your cooking zone. And our Recommended list will help you see quickly which models come out on top. If you're looking for a frypan too, see our induction frypan reviews

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