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Sur La Table Turns Up The Heat In The Kitchen, Unveils New Collaboration With SCANPAN

SCANPAN CS+ is an advanced nonstick cookware range made exclusively for Sur La Table

Thursday, August 2, 2018

SCANPAN CS+

SCANPAN CS+

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Sur La Table is excited to announce its newest, exclusive cookware collaboration, SCANPAN® CS+ featuring the most advanced nonstick surface available on the market today. Launched in July, CS+ raises the bar in every way, fusing revolutionary new nonstick Stratanium+®, with brushed stainless exteriors for cookware as beautiful as it is functional.

Stratanium+®, Scanpan's first-ever commercial-grade nonstick coating, provides an almost indestructible nonstick micro-texture surface that sears food like stainless steel and provides effortless release for easy serving and cleanup. The efficient 5-ply construction provides quick and even heat distribution, delivering an experience that is truly nonstick without compromise.

"Since 2008 we have collaborated with Sur La Table to bring the industry's most innovative nonstick cookware to market. CS+ represents another milestone in this mission. The textured surface of STRATANIUM+ is a commercial grade offering. It's the toughest nonstick surface we have ever manufactured, while still providing exceptional release for ease of use. It's durable, safe and sustainable nonstick for healthier cooking." said Jesper Brund, President & CEO, Scanpan.

The CS+ collection also is packed with thoughtful, exclusive features that make life in the kitchen even easier. Large, comfortable ergonomic handles feature new stay-cool technology. Snug-fitting glass lids seal in flavor while offering 20% more viewing space and make it easy to keep an eye on the food you're cooking. All pans and lids are completely dishwasher safe for easy cleanup.

"We are constantly working with our partners to develop new, innovative products that help customers become more confident in the kitchen" said Billy May, CEO, Sur La Table, "Our collaboration with Scanpan and the new CS+ collection totally delivers on that mission with an unsurpassed cooking experience."

Made in Denmark exclusively for Sur La Table, The SCANPAN® CS+ is the first of its kind and comes with a lifetime warranty. There's a piece in the SCANPAN® CS+ Collection for every cook.

Prices for the collection are as follows:

10-Piece Set: Sugg. $1,824.00, Reg. $999.95; 11" Skillet: Sugg. $253.00, Great Deal: $99.96; 8" and 10 ¼" Skillet Set: Sugg. $421.00, Great Deal $199.96; 7 ½ - Quart Dutch Oven: Sugg. $450.00, Reg. $349.95; 3-Quart Sauté Pan: Sugg. $420.00, Great Deal $199.96; 12 ½" Wok: Sugg. $345.00, Reg. $279.95; 12 ½" Chef's Pan: Sugg. $400.00, Reg. $299.95; 4-Quart Deep Sauté Pan: Sugg. $490, Great Deal $249.96; Saucepans: 2-qt. Sugg. $250.00, Reg. $179.95 or 4-qt. Sugg. $315.00, Reg. $229.95; Additional Skillet Sizes: 8" Sugg. $182.00, Reg. $129.95, 9 ½" Sugg. $225.00, Reg. $159.95, or 12 ¼" Sugg. $277.00, Reg. $199.95.





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