FINEX Cast Iron 12" Skillet w/ Lid

FINEX Cast Iron 12" Skillet w/ Lid

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Cast iron has long been a favorite for serious chefs. This skillet will take center stage the next time you want to fry eggs, sear a ribeye, bake a pie, or braise a lamb shank Read More

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SABOTAGE
17
Jul 25, 2019
Can we just get a No. 10 Skillet without a lid option ?
sepocket
0
Apr 27, 2020
Agreed. I'd be in for that.
bryant_hollins
1
Apr 5, 2019
I received my shipping notification as well.
texnick
34
Apr 5, 2019
I got a shipping notice from UPS. I'm not seeing anything from Massdrop, oh well.
Selenkja
1
Apr 3, 2019
When are they shipping
bryant_hollins
1
Apr 3, 2019
Looking for a status as well.
texnick
34
Apr 2, 2019
Status update please.
Jraharris89
7
Mar 29, 2019
OK why the hell hasn’t this shipped yet, Jesus Christ.
MikePanic
63
Mar 3, 2019
I've pined over these after first seeing them in person, in all places a small shop in Europe (I'm from Pennsylvania). Absolutely amazing in person but I've never cooked with them. I couldn't pull the trigger because of the price and honestly, my 70+ year old Griswold is simply amazing. Doing a bit of research online it appears that the handle doesn't really keep the heat out and after wrapping it in a kitchen towel is nearly too big to hold comfortably (based off several reviews). Not that I 'need' another cast iron pan, but I found a company called Stargazer, looked good and an older review on Saveur calls it the Lamborghini of cast iron skillets. Still haven't bought one... and a chance encounter brings the owner into my office 2 months ago, turns out they are made 4-5 miles from where I work, love supporting local, hometown businesses! I ended up with both 10.5 and 12" skillets, pre-seasoned (they sell them unseasoned if you prefer for $8 less) and they are absolutely beautiful. Cooking with the skillet has actually forced my Griswald into retirment, the old beaut is nice to look at but the bottom isn't totally flat so it wobbles on my flat top electric range, there's some pitting in the poor casting, etc. Stargazer has been truly amazing, and I feel the price point is just right. Yes, it's 3-4x that of a Lodge but I honestly feel it's that much better. In candid conversations with the owner, I bluntly asked him are you trying to build products that customers will only buy once? He chuckled and said sort of, but honestly we see a good number of repeat customers come through our system with different ship to addresses, so they are clearly gifting them to people. I will say that when any one I know buys a home or gets married, this will be the present I get them. Nothing against Finex, I still think they are visually appealing but I'm rooting for the hometown here. http://www.stargazercastiron.com/products/
pika2121
0
Mar 14, 2019
I have been trying to get my hands on one of these for quite some time but I can not find them anywhere here in the EU and ordering them from the US is way too expensive. I would very much appreciate it if you tell me where in Europe did you see them?
Iluvtoonz
24
Jul 24, 2019
I have a Stargazer skillet. It is so finely polished it has trouble holding seasoning.
MrHelpful
75
Mar 3, 2019
I appreciate whoever got this going, but there are some other brands I would prefer. How do you make a suggestion?
Iluvtoonz
24
Jul 24, 2019
The Field Skillet is a personal favorite. It has a vestigial “heat ring” around the edge of the pan that serves no purpose but the finish is perfect for super smooth nonstick cooking through skillful seasoning. The Stargazer pans are polished so beautifully they have a hard time holding on to seasoning, and the Butter Pat and others are just as pricey as Finex. The Field is also quite lightweight. Reminds you of a Griswold. It is more expensive than Stargazer but less expensive than Finex. It is a great skillet. Now, about that heat ring...
IppoJ
14
Jan 2, 2019
I'd love to order the 12" w/o lid, but as previously mentioned, no option to do so.
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