The coating is a layer of material on a cookware surface. A stone coating is a layer used on cookware that is made from natural-looking stones. Please refer to this article on our blog about stone coating.
Maifan stone coating is a type of non-stick coating. It’s a coat derived from the Maifan stone, which is also called maifanite. The stone contains several minerals and micro-nutrients such as zinc, calcium, and magnesium, thus making it one of the valuable stones in cookware industry. Please refer to this article about Maifan stone coating.
Granite cookware is a type of enamelware, while Maifan cookware is a type of stoneware. While a significant number of people know granite as a stone, most granite cookware is not made of granite stones. Please refer to this article about the differences between Granite and Maifan stone cookware.
Our electric grills and griddles are versatile and you can cook various and almost all types of food on them indoors all year round.
No, the handles are not detachable.
Since our electric grills and griddles are smokeless, you can cook on them indoors all year round.
Natural stone non stick coating is the main competitive advantage we offer to our customers. The non stick coating we manufacture our products with is made of natural stone and free of harmful materials.
Yes, we offer 30-day return policy as well as 1 year warranty and free shipping in the US.
Yes, you can adjust the temperature while cooking and this is one of the features our electric grills and griddles provide in addition to smokelessness, versatility and ability to cook indoors all year round in comparison with charcoal and gas grills.
It weighs 4.4 lbs with lid and 2.9 lbs without the lid.
The size is 11 (diameter) x 3.1 (depth) x 19.85 (length with handle) inches
It is 11 inches.
The maximum temperature it stands is 400 F; however, we recommend low-medium heat for better non stick performance.
No, it does not. Our saute pan is compatible with all stovetops, like electric, halogen, induction and gas ovens, oven safe without lid, up to 400 degree F.