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Demeyere Proline Skillet

Displaying the best in both design and performance, Demeyere Proline skillets feature 7-ply material, comprising seven alloys, including stainless steel and an aluminum core. This ensures optimal and even heat distribution throughout the pan. Heat...Read More

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Displaying the best in both design and performance, Demeyere Proline skillets feature 7-ply material, comprising seven alloys, including stainless steel and an aluminum core. This ensures optimal and even heat distribution throughout the pan.

Heat, aroma and steam stay inside pan during cooking, as well. Also features satin-polish Silvinox® finish and stainless-steel Coolcast® handles. Dishwasher safe. Made in Belgium.

Profiled in The New York Times.

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  • Satin Silvinox finish improves resistance to discoloration and dulling due to frequent use.
  • 18/10 stainless-steel interior won’t react with foods.
  • Features Demeyere’s 7-ply construction for superior heat conductivity.
  • Stainless-steel Coolcast handles protect hands from burning.

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  • Manufacturer: Demeyere
  • Material: 18/10 stainless steel
  • Warranty: 30-year warranty (10 for professional use)
  • Made in Belgium
  • Care & Usage Show

    • Dishwasher safe
    • Safe for use on any cooking surface; safe for broiler; oven safe to 500°F
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    Customer Reviews

    4.8 / 5.0
    10 Reviews
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    1 Star
    Proline skillet
    This has become my favorite skillet to cook with. Even heating and easy clean up. Very heavy.
    April 20, 2019
    1 year ago
    Beautiful pan...looks like a Rolls Silver Shadow. Smooth and shapely with no rivets to mar the interior of the pan. Heavy which is a good thing for even heating and the handle never gets hot.

    Perhaps I am doing something wrong? Every time I use it the food sticks to the bottom. An omelette sticks. Two fried eggs had to be scraped off the bottom. The pan was hot and with sufficient butter and yet the eggs stuck. Even part of a hamburger adhered to the metal. I use cast iron pans and I have never had a sticking issue.
    Again, maybe I don't know how to fry or saute?
    April 1, 2019
    2 months ago
    small, useful skillet for one or two
    I use it for omelet or grilled cheese or just a fried egg or two. Nice convenient size; does what I need it to do and matches all my other Demeyere cookware.
    December 12, 2018
    6 months ago
    Worth every penny
    Exceeded my expectations. As the package insert indicates, you must use a high burning oil, not olive oil, for instance. So I've been using avocado oil.
    Food sears wonderfully well, gets crispy on outside, moist on the inside; and the pan washes up beautifully. Not even eggs stick which is quite amazing. I have also tried using it oil-free. Just follow the video.

    I've used All-clad for years. Have to say, it can't com[are to this beauty.
    December 1, 2018
    6 months ago
    Work like a charm on my induction cooktop!
    August 27, 2018
    10 months ago
    August 25, 2017
    over 3 years ago
    love these pans, I have 3 different sizes
    March 26, 2017
    over 3 years ago
    Demeyere pan
    Great addition to my cookware....excellent heat distribution and quick release of food when cleaning it. Great pan!
    March 26, 2017
    over 4 years ago
    if i only live 30 more years...
    then this pan only costs $10/year.

    buy it right, buy it once. that's fairly obvious. the hard part of that mantra is coughing up $ for one pan. once i saw this pan in use, i knew i had to have it. i'm so glad i got it! i love sauteing in it, my proteins have a beautiful glaze on them every single time. cleaning is easy afterward, too. while my meats rest, i deglaze the pan with water and wipe it out. simple
    August 7, 2013
    What makes them great is what you can't see
    These pro line skillets are built like tanks.
    Very even cooking. They don't have hot spots in the pan. Ever notice one part of your pan can be bubbling butter and another part is not? These pans will not do that. The 7 ply is not just on the bottom of the pan. It goes from edge to edge. That's what sets Demeyere apart from the competition
    February 7, 2011

    Questions & Answers

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    Browse 21 questions Browse 21 questions and 98 answers
    Why did you choose this?
    Sur La Table Store
    High quality cooking utensil
    michael j on Mar 6, 2019
    I recently purchased several Demeyere Industry 5 pieces of cookware, and am incredibly pleased with them. I purchased this Proline pan to see what the top of the line is like. It will help me determine whether to buy additional Industry 5 or Proline/Atlantic pieces.
    Bruce H on Feb 22, 2019
    High quality cooking utensil
    michael j on Mar 6, 2019
    Welded handle, all over stainless steel, 7 layers
    Bonnie C on Feb 27, 2019
    I recently purchased several Demeyere Industry 5 pieces of cookware, and am incredibly pleased with them. I purchased this Proline pan to see what the top of the line is like. It will help me determine whether to buy additional Industry 5 or Proline/Atlantic pieces.
    Bruce H on Feb 22, 2019
    Cooking school
    Monica F on Feb 10, 2019
    a fabulous product
    F E on Jan 1, 2019
    Quality and reviews
    Mary Ann D on Dec 19, 2018
    Great reviews compared to Al clad
    Jerry H on Nov 22, 2018
    Have Atlantis and love it. I need a bigger skillet.
    Susan H on Nov 11, 2018
    Freeman P on May 6, 2018
    Own other pans from Demeyere and like them
    Nancy C on Mar 25, 2018
    The reviews I read were very positive feedback. Hope that this skillet is all that they say it is!
    Caroline R on Dec 28, 2017
    Great product!! Even heat, great results with various foods, and super easy to clean!
    Polly W on Aug 31, 2017
    i like nice pans
    Denise L on May 23, 2017
    I love these pans, wish they came with lids. But they are a great quality product with a little bit of a learning curve.
    Kimberly B on May 6, 2017
    Magnetic and high quality
    Andrew H on Apr 18, 2017
    The silver works better very easy cleaning; the Proline not so easy cleaning
    Manuel S on Mar 22, 2017
    High quality clad stainless steel/aluminum skillet, known/respected high-end vendor, not made in China and best price of 4 sites checked.. Most important to me, parrot-safe materials and construction.
    Patricia M on Mar 12, 2017
    All of the reviews stated that the quality is the best there is........
    Cindy K H on Feb 17, 2017
    Read great reviews and need a 12" skillet that performed well on induction.
    Jason P on Feb 1, 2017
    Quality & Price
    Stu G on Jan 15, 2017
    Best in class.
    Christian W on Jan 10, 2017
    Great price on a great product
    Bruce R on Jan 8, 2017
    Love this brand of pots and pans
    Lori G on Dec 18, 2016
    I have a couple other Demeyere Atlantis/Proline pots and skillets. They are absolutely wonderful (though a bit heavy).
    RICHARD S on Dec 12, 2016
    I want to try this pan for a long time and the price looks good.
    Elaine L on Nov 27, 2016
    i used my sisters and loved it. The handle doesn't get hot and it cooks everything evenly.
    Donna D on Sep 22, 2016
    The quality can't be beat and I love that it does not have the rivets for food to stick to. If you get the pan hot enough (think dancing mercury ball), nothing will stick. It may appear to stick at first but when the meat is ready to turn, it will release/unstick. If you should burn anything in it (I've gone to get herbs and forgot and started weeding), it comes clean by simmering lemon juice and baking soda.
    Karen C on Sep 15, 2016
    This skillet is highly rated. I am looking for even heat distribution from a large skillet
    Diane G on Aug 19, 2016
    We love our 12" and chose to add the 9" to our collection. Thank you for asking.
    Linda R on Jul 23, 2016
    Julie P on Jul 21, 2016
    This company makes the best cookware in the world. I have two large pieces I use all the time. They are easy to clean and when used distribute heat perfectly..
    Kathryn H on Jul 8, 2016
    I used Demeyere Proline skillet 9.5 in for 4 years, and enjoy it a lot. Now I need a larger one to make general dishes.
    Junrui Z on Jun 22, 2016
    reviews indicated this was one of the very best skillets at any price
    Norman S on May 4, 2016
    because I have 11 inch demeyere skillet and love it
    Deepa M on Mar 28, 2016
    To complete my set
    Paul M on Mar 26, 2016
    I like the quality of Demeyere Proline Skillet 9.4" frying pan (4.8mm thick). For a smaller size pan I also decided to stick with the same line: Proline 7.9" (3 mm thick).
    Dmitry T on Feb 25, 2016
    Good quality pan
    James F on Feb 7, 2016
    The Demeyere Proline pan is the best pan one can get!
    Anca D on Jan 30, 2016
    read good reviews
    tomas k on Jan 29, 2016
    gift - this is what they wanted
    margaret m on Dec 4, 2015
    Friend researched and decided it was best and he wanted it.
    Laura S on Dec 3, 2015
    Best available technology in a frying pan!
    tho on Nov 21, 2015
    I ordered this because of the promotion and I have just put in an induction range. I have other Demeyere Atlantis cookware and they are amazing. This cookware is well made with top notch well thought out design for cooking and durability.
    Diane P B on Oct 10, 2015
    I recently purchased two other Demeyere pieces, and I am very happy with them. I've had a Demeyere Atlantis straight-sided saute pan for years, and it still is a favorite, and still looks like new. I use an induction range. I love the surface used in the Atlantis series, and the way the heat is conducted evenly across the pans.
    Jack K on Sep 22, 2015
    The best pan you can buy!
    Ramona L on Jul 20, 2015
    quality of the product and the 30 year warranty
    Sabina H on Jun 7, 2015
    price, quality, after comparison of other pans
    Jeanne Quan D on May 1, 2015
    Welded handle, all over stainless steel, 7 layers
    Bonnie C on Feb 27, 2019
    Cooking school
    Monica F on Feb 10, 2019
    The Atlantis skillet is a 7 layer with copper/aluminum with just 2 sizes. Does that go up the sides or is this just on the bottom? The proline is 7 layers but it only has aluminum but it states it goes up the sides. And the Industry5 has only 5 layers. Is there a significant performance difference between the 3? Also, Williams-Sonoma has a Demeyere plus so is that the same as Industry5?
    edward s on Apr 19, 2015
    Demeyere Proline Skillet
    Demeyere Proline Skillet
    Demeyere Industry5 Skillet
    Demeyere Industry5 Skillet
    Demeyere® Atlantis Skillets
    Demeyere® Atlantis Skillets
    BEST ANSWER: Unlike any other Demeyere line, the composition of Atlantis cookware varies by vessel. Straight sided pieces--like sauce pans & sauté pans--have an 18/10 stainless steel cooking surface, but that is the only layer that goes up the sides. The cooking surface has the same 18/10 stainless steel surface, but it also has two layers of silver with a layer of copper sandwiched between & three proprietary layers called "TriplInduc", which make it induction compatible. Conical shaped pieces--like sauciers--have seven layers that go all the way up the sides. The top layer is 18/10 stainless steel, followed by three layers of aluminum & three layers of TriplInduc. Because frying pans need to have optimal heat retention, they have the same seven layers as conical pans, reaching all the way up the sides, but the they have more aluminum in them.
    Proline & Atlantis skillets are actually one in the same, so the product description on the Atlantis page will be changed, while the Proline description is correct.
    Industry5 has an 18/10 stainless steel cooking surface, three layers of aluminum & an 18/0 bottom layer, but no TriplInduc. Therefore, Atlantis/Proline will heat up a little faster & retain heat a little longer than Industry5, but you wouldn't notice a major performance difference in the two unless you have an induction cooktop, as Atlantis/Proline is up to 40% more induction compatible.
    Industry5 does seem very similar to the Demeyere 5-Plus that Williams Sonoma carries, but since I called Williams Sonoma & was told "any information that isn't already on the website is confidential & kept by the corporate office," I'm afraid I can't give a comprehensive comparison on the two.
    How does the 8" lid fit an 8" Demeyere Atlantis/Proline skillet? Is it a little larger or a little smaller? (important to avoid steam from settling and running down the sides of the skillet)
    Steve B on Aug 1, 2016
    Demeyere Proline Skillet
    Demeyere Proline Skillet
    Le Creuset Stainless Steel Glass Lids
    Le Creuset Stainless Steel Glass Lids
    Is there a lid that can be purchased separately for the 12.6 inch skillet?
    A shopper on Dec 8, 2011
    BEST ANSWER: Demeyere does not have lids that can be purchased seperately for the 12.6"" skillet. They are known for creating the perfect pan for its intended function and skillets do not traditionally come with or require a lid
    What is the diameter of the cooking area for the 9.5" and 11" skillet?
    dorothy l on Feb 10, 2015
    BEST ANSWER: The 9.5" skillet has an 8" cooking surface diameter. The 11" has 9.5".
    In a separate review, it appears Proline and Atlantis skillets are indeed different. What is the difference?
    Joan M on Dec 5, 2015
    BEST ANSWER: I can't provide an official answer, but as someone who owns an Atlantis 11 inch saute pan and two Proline skillets (*9 in and 11 inch I think), they both appear to be the same. I LOVE the pans and would highly recommend them.
    What is the height of 12.6 Proline?
    A shopper on Dec 17, 2015
    BEST ANSWER: It is 2 in deep.
    Does the Atlantis skillet cook"Egg starts"/egg whites stick free?
    A shopper on Jan 17, 2016
    BEST ANSWER: I had sticking until I watched the video and learned it was because I was doing it wrong. Now no sticking!!
    Is there a lid that can be purchased separately for the 9.5" skillet?
    Meina C on May 8, 2016
    BEST ANSWER: I have heard there is an online company in Germany who sells all the lid sizes for the Demeyere lines.
    I am looking for a skillet that is 11-12" across the bottom, stainless steel, not nonstick. I have looked at the All Clad, Le Creuset. Are there others I should be considering?
    Janelle C on Mar 24, 2015
    BEST ANSWER: Check out the Demeyere Atlantis line. The pieces are expensive, but they are worth every penny. I have three of their skillets and I am very impressed with the way they perform. I think they fry as well as cast iron, so I've gotten rid of the cast iron skillets that I had. The Demeyere Industry 5 pans are also a good choice. I have one of their nonstick and I love it.
    How high are proline skillets rated for oven temperatures?

    It says it's oven safe, but even Demeyere's own website gives no information. I know Atlantis's disk-bottom pieces are rated to 600F, but Proline is built differently (different materials and cladded up the sides)
    A shopper on Mar 18, 2013
    BEST ANSWER: These skillets are oven safe up to 550 degrees.
    How much cooking surface on the 12.6-inch skillet?
    Kirstie K on Nov 15, 2018
    BEST ANSWER: I measured it as 11" as the flat portion of the skillet, but the sides are sloped which I think gives a 12" surface. My skillet (Silver 7 12.5" skillet) measures 13.5" at the top edge to edge.
    When cooking with a Demeyere Proline Skillet, is it okay to use metal utensils such as spatulas and spoons ?
    ROSE E on Mar 26, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: With ordinary use (flipping eggs, etc.) you may get scratches on the cooking surface. This will probably not affect the performance. But if you are using metal utensils to scrape off burnt-on food, or otherwise applying a lot of force, this may result in more gouging and eventually a rough surface that is harder to keep clean. These are not non-stick pans. But if you follow the manufacturer's usage tips (they have videos on their website), cooked items usually release easily. I use non-metal tools, just to be careful.
    is the skillet ovenproof?
    A shopper on Aug 7, 2016
    BEST ANSWER: Yes, but the care/use specs say max 500°
    Does the proline-7 have any aluminum exposed on the pan that can come in contact with food?
    ROSE E on Mar 26, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: No, the aluminum core is completely encapsulated in stainless steel and does not come in contact with food.
    Can a Brillo or a S.O.S. scouring pad be used to clean a Demeyere Proline Skillet?
    ROSE E on Mar 26, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: I wouldn't recommend it, you will definitely scratch the finish if you use steel wool. On the rare occasions I get something really stuck, I just pour boiling water into the pan, let it set for a couple of hours, and then use a soft sponge and it cleans up nicely. I like this pan and use it quite a bit, I don't usually have problems with residue sticking to it (although it is quite heavy).
    How to clean skillet?
    A shopper on Oct 21, 2018
    BEST ANSWER: This skillet is easier to clean while still warm. I use the powder form of barkeepers friend on it and it works amazing, did not like the liquid form. When it gets rainbow colors on the metal I use a diluted white vinegar/water mix and it comes out shiny and new looking. This is by far my favorite pan.
    How much does the 12.6 inch Proline weigh, please? Thank you!
    A shopper on May 19, 2018
    BEST ANSWER: 2700g, or just a little under 6 lbs.
    You will not find a better skillet--this is the best, bar none.
    What is the difference between Demeyere Proline and Silver7 11" Skillets?
    A shopper on Feb 16, 2019
    BEST ANSWER: Hello fellow pan researcher. I obsessively researched this a year and a half ago. Look at the Demeyer web site and you will see only a few lines available from them. Others, such as the Silver 7, are made for other companies. Including Sur La Table. There are variation is the thickness and what the layers are. The highest quality is the Atlantic, and in the Atlantic the skillets are called Proline. That is the famous and best skillet. I thought that as I was going to such time and I expected to have my 6 pieces for life, I would pay the relatively small difference. My experience with the Proline skillets has been beyond my expectations; beautiful browning, no sticking, and with my induction they get amazingly hot for searing. A salesperson at my local store who had been a profession chef suggested that I go that route over the Silver 7, as she finds hers to be the best she has ever used. They are HEAVY. The flat bottomed Atlantic pieces are made differently than the curved bottoms, as you want them to hold the heat. With sloping sides you want heat induction up the sides, hence the different construction.

    For many years they only made for themselves, and had an elite chef following. They have expanded. I read independent reviews, and such, and all who were actually cooking with the Atlantic/proline found them the best. I have not cooked with the Silver 7, but have found the Atlantic/Proline clearly superior to All Clad.

    There is a review in Centurylife. Orgunder product-reviews. This is a few years old, and she does an update when the Siver 7 came out saying is the same construction with square corners. I do not believe this is true. First of all it has some silver in the core, and less thickness. Somewhere I saw a chart of the thickness of all of the different lines they make, and of All-Clad. You could probably find such a thing. I have been completely satisfied with mine. I now use the curved bottom pans almost exclusively, over the saucepans. I can stir and brown rice and grains before steaming and nothing gets stuck in the bottom corner. Any sauce is much easier to stir and get out. Custard and cream sauce type things are perfect as the heat is even up the sides, and no bottom corner.

    Enjoy both the hunt and the cooking.
    Is it easier to clean a Silver-7 than a Proline skillet, and why ?
    ROSE E on Mar 26, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: Cleaning one line should not be any easier or harder than the other, as they both have the same finish.
    Originally the Demeyere "Controlinduc" (CI) product was listed as a specialty item within the "Atlantis" line, with special alloys added to provide an aspect of control when using induction (see Demeyere 2012-13 product catalogue). The total thickness of the 7 layers was the same as the "Proline (Gold-5*)" pan in Atlantis sets (4.8mm / 0.19"). Why has Zwilling changed the overall thickness of the pan to 3mm (same as the Industry (Silver-4*) skillets and appear to be positioning it as unrelated to the Proline pans of the Atlantis family? Also, according to Demeyere, the thicker layer of aluminum in the Proline pan is needed to optimise the heat retention requirement of frying. Does this mean that the functionality of the CI pan is compromised, when frying on non-induction appliances? And If so, what justifies the premium price over the thicker Proline pans?
    A shopper on Feb 18, 2019


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