Combekk Railway Cast Iron Fry Pan
Combekk Railway Cast Iron Fry Pan
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Valued for their heat-retention properties, cast iron pans make for reliable companions in any kitchen—and, when treated correctly, they’ll last a lifetime. This one is made in the Netherlands from 100-percent recycled materials Read More

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reswright
3371
Jun 18, 2019
100 % recycled materials sounds awesome, but what it really means is unless they were very careful, the alloy will have lots of little trace elements in it that cast iron normally doesn't. While in theory this could one day produce some awesome new alloy for cooking by accident, the truth is most outcomes will be inferior to regular cast iron. I think these are manufactured to appeal, more than they are designed to perform.
d700
21
Jun 17, 2019
Yeah, seriously, that's for show. No way I'm baking a wood handle. Give us a deal on a FieldCompany #12 skillet.
reswright
3371
Jun 18, 2019
Think of it as a chance to add a little smoke flavor to a cast iron broiled steak. Once.
d700
21
Jun 18, 2019
Honey, the fire department’s here...and your steak is done.
gelatoqueen
1
Jun 17, 2019
Great looking design but impractical. that handle is a deal killer for me. Round means that if the pan is loaded unevenly you can lose control when you pick it up. Wood means that if you have a gas stove, it will catch fire or scorch if you are really busy. It has to be more than pretty. Broom stick handle = bad.
MadMex
1
Jan 23, 2019
...but this is a work of art and that wooden handle makes it sexy. A $12 Lodge, which I have, not so much. And I'm using mine in the oven too.
reswright
3371
Jun 18, 2019
the wooden handle makes it look like it was hand built by guerrilla hobos out of 19th century water main fittings. I mean that doesn't necessarily make it bad, but you have to be down with underpass chic to really appreciate what you're working with here
Joewee
53
Jan 21, 2019
  • "Suitable for all heating sources"
  • "Use the pan to bake a cake, sear a filet, roast a chicken"
Soooo does this mean the wooden handle is oven safe? Little confused here based on the comments.
trosa
49
Jan 19, 2019
I wonder if it is enameled on the outside alone or if it is enameled on the inside and outside like Staub cast iron is?
RayF
24878
Jan 18, 2019
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MrTonyD
10
Jun 17, 2019
As someone who owns lots of cast iron - Lodge is just awful. Just take your finger and run it over the cooking surface of a Lodge pan, and you'll understand why people buy old cast iron pans from yard sales instead. The old pans were first cast and then machined to be smooth. It makes a tremendous difference when cooking - one is truly non-stick, the other is sort-of non-stick. (And this thing being offered is an enameled pan - that is OK, but it isn't able to build a layer of hardened oils to make it non-stick. That's OK for some uses, but that's not why people love cast iron.)
reswright
3371
Jun 18, 2019
to be fair, most people still have no idea that the old pans are physically superior. They also were made out of a better alloy for long term wear. It just wasn't as economical as the cheaper alloy and sand cast pans so they went the way of the dodo. https://smitheyironware.com/ You can buy it new nowadays, most people don't because they think it's a ripoff at its price. I did and I think it's worth every penny.
keen
8
Dec 3, 2018
$99 on Amazon now as well so really not a deal...
We worked with the vendor to bring this down a bit lower, new price is $89.99 w/Free US Shipping.
m2409w
0
Feb 25, 2018
what size is the pan
Flugvergnugen
7
Dec 7, 2018
11 inches from outside edge to outside edge and 10 inches across the inner cooking surface. The handle is 11 inches.
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VanCity
61
Jan 23, 2018
A wooden handle seriously reduces the versatility of this pan... Seriously, who does that. Awful idea on a cast iron pan.
ADVcyclist
142
Jan 18, 2019
All well and good... you articulated the finer points of this pan with fine detail. All that magnanimous boasting is for naught though... as the very description of this pan is in contrast to your praise of its features. "Use the pan to bake a cake, sear a filet, roast a chicken..." Please expound on the method by which one may bake a cake or roast a chicken without placing this pan in an oven.
monocline
31
Jan 19, 2019
The wood handle is inexcusable. You can't broil anything with this or use the oven. If you want the frying capability, look into wraught iron. I have solidteknics and it's a great addition to my traditional cast iron.
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