What do you do for lids on the space saving set?

asked on September 18, 2019

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Thank you for your interest in our products. The Calphalon Premier Space-Saving Hard-Anodized Nonstick 6-Piece Cookware Set has two flat tempered glass covers for the 3-Qt. Saute Pan and 3.5-Qt. Pour and Strain Sauce Pan. The latter also fits the 8-In. Fry Pan. The Calphalon Premier Nonstick Cookware and Lids are oven safe up to 450 degrees Fahrenheit.
Calphalon Consumer Services
Manufacturer · October 7, 2019
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The lids are included. They stack with the cookware. I love the set and that it is completely stackable.
Cherokee
· September 18, 2019
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Lids are included with the set and stack nicely. Maybe a second lid for the fry pans should be included but to date I've never really had the need.
Kevin F
· September 19, 2019
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Lids are a problem. However the quality of the product and the warranty are a bigger problem. Buy a different brand and save frustration.
Bulldog
· September 18, 2019
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I use the lids that come with the set. Yeah, I know that's a snarky answer ;) The lids are atypical. They're actually panes of tempered glass, in a metal frame [and a metal handle]. This makes them flat on top, which allows the pans and pots to easily stack, making the whole set, rather compact, and more likely to … see more I use the lids that come with the set. Yeah, I know that's a snarky answer ;) The lids are atypical. They're actually panes of tempered glass, in a metal frame [and a metal handle]. This makes them flat on top, which allows the pans and pots to easily stack, making the whole set, rather compact, and more likely to fit on a shelf, or in a cabinet.

The glass serves as a fine window to what is happening inside the pan [or pot], while it's cooking something--a feature we really like. One drawback, though: our range is the type that has two large grills on top -- you know, that big black thing the pots [and pans] sit on, while the Natural Gas flame [in our case] supplies the heat, that cooks the food. This sort of arrangement [noticed the pun as I was typing ;) ] makes it tempting to lay the lid down next to the pan [or pot]. We soon learned this is a bad idea, as one day, the lid got so hot, because the edge of the lid was so close to the flame, the glass shattered into a few thousand pieces! So, try to avoid making that mistake!

Other than that, we love this cookware!! So easy to clean, and it soaks up the flame heat so well, it only takes moments for the pan [or pot] to come to temperature!! see less
I use the lids that come with the set. Yeah, I know that's a snarky answer ;) The lids are atypical. They're actually panes of tempered glass, in a metal frame [and a metal handle]. This makes them flat on top, which allows the pans and pots to easily stack, making the whole set, rather compact, and more likely to fit on a shelf, or in a cabinet.

The glass serves as a fine window to what is happening inside the pan [or pot], while it's cooking something--a feature we really like. One drawback, though: our range is the type that has two large grills on top -- you know, that big black thing the pots [and pans] sit on, while the Natural Gas flame [in our case] supplies the heat, that cooks the food. This sort of arrangement [noticed the pun as I was typing ;) ] makes it tempting to lay the lid down next to the pan [or pot]. We soon learned this is a bad idea, as one day, the lid got so hot, because the edge of the lid was so close to the flame, the glass shattered into a few thousand pieces! So, try to avoid making that mistake!

Other than that, we love this cookware!! So easy to clean, and it soaks up the flame heat so well, it only takes moments for the pan [or pot] to come to temperature!!

Steve Lawson
· September 18, 2019
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The one lid fits all the fry pans. I usually do not need all 3 fry pans at the same time. I share the lid
jdgrandmother
· September 18, 2019
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It comes with two lids.
Nicole
· September 18, 2019
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