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Just so people are aware, while the M150 series is able to be cooked with, for larger pieces (anything over 8" really), this is going to be a bit too thin for most people. The M150 series is often seen as the decorative line more than the pro line for actual full time use in the kitchen.
Again, for smaller pieces 1.5mm thickness is okay, but I wouldn't particularly want it on a larger 10"+ piece, the M250 series is what you want for anything bigger.
If you're mainly going to purchase this for decorative reasons (bronze handles are common for decorative pieces as well) then this is a great pan. The larger pieces look very impressive and are a pretty good price here.
Excellent advice! You steered me away from certain disappointment. Thank you.