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Why in earth would you not use the industry standard sizing? i am actually shopping for saucepans but will not buy this due to deceptive description.
No deception intended here. Thank you for catching that though, I added capacity to the specs. Small 1.2qt, Medium 1.9qt, Large 2.7qt.
Settle down my friend, science to the rescue. Take the diameter on the description page and divide by 2 for the radius, then square that and multiply by the height (about 10 cm for the big one, per google results on the product number), times 3.14 which is a secret, magic number I got from my contacts at the Vatican (they would not give me the exact number but I was assured by a very reliable source that 3.14 is "pretty close").
That gives you the volume in cc (about 2500), which is roughly 2.5 liters. Liters are a common unit of volume for many foreigners. Consult with the Department of Homeland Security before attempting to use S.I. units as it may be illegal in some jurisdictions.