Duxtop Induction Cookware Reviews – Perfect cookware for induction stove

If you aren’t already familiar with the name Duxtop, then maybe you should read on.

Our Duxtop Induction Cookware reviews feature many pieces of stainless steel, tri-ply and whole-clad cookware that may help any home cook prepare restaurant-quality dishes, time after time.

If you are thinking of updating or replacing a cookware set, these are worthy of serious consideration.

This is high-end cookware at a mid-range price that will complement any kitchen.

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Duxtop Induction Cookware Reviews

Duxtop Induction Cookware Review #1 – Duxtop SSIB-17 Professional

Duxtop SSIB 17 Professional has designed an incredibly stunning, elegant cookware that is durable enough to be handed down through the family.

This 17-piece set includes enough pieces to make any style of cooking possible. There are various sized frying and saucepans, skillets, and Dutch ovens. They have even designed a steamer insert and pasta pot that will allow instant drainage for added safety.

The Cookware Set Includes :

  • 1.6 Qt Saucepan with lid
  • 2.5 Qt Saucepan with lid
  • 4.2 Qt Casserole with lid
  • 8.6 Qt Stock Pot with lid
  • 8 inch Fry Pan
  • 10 inch Fry Pan
  • 5.5 Qt SautePan w/lid
  • Boiler Basket
  • Steam Basket
  • 3 piece kitchen tools

Mirror-polished stainless steel will complement any kitchen and, with occasional seasoning, will provide a beautiful non-stick cooking surface. The secure, comfortable to grip handles are finished in a satin style to ensure they don’t slip in your hands. They stay cool to the touch when they’re used on the stovetop.

Each piece consists of 18-10 stainless steel construction with an impact-bonded aluminum base. Not just any aluminum but the highest-gauge available. As it is such a great conductor of heat, everything in the pot will cook perfectly evenly, with no hot or cold spots anywhere to ruin a meal. The cookware remains induction compatible due to its high-quality stainless steel content.

It seems that Duxtop has considered everything, including drip-less rims that prevent spillage when pouring sauces. However, cleanup is simple as everything is dishwasher safe.

It is also all freezer and oven-safe, withstanding heats of up to 550-degrees F.

This is the best cookware for a gas stove and easily competes with the most expensive brands.

Pros

  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
  • All stovetops compatible, including induction
  • Dishwasher, oven, and freezer safe
  • Superior design and construction
  • Easy to clean
  • Metal utensil safe
  • Exceptionally long service life
  • Tempered glass lids to supervise progress without flavor loss

Cons

  • Will need occasional seasoning
  • Expect discoloration, easily cleaned
  • Aluminum core doesn’t continue up the side walls

Duxtop Induction Cookware Review #2 – Duxtop Whole-Clad Tri-Ply 10 Pcs

The first noticeable difference with this 10-piece Duxtop cookware set is the lids. Instead of being made from glass, they are made from stainless steel. This enables them to sit more snugly in the pan and to seal in nutrients and flavor.

It is also lighter than a glass lid, and when you consider the sturdiness of the pan, you will appreciate that.

The Cookware Set Includes :

  • 8 inches Fry Pan
  • 10 inches Fry Pan
  • 3-Quart Saute Pan with lid and handle helper
  • 1.6-Quart covered saucepan
  • 3-Quart covered saucepan
  • 6.5 Quart saucepot with cover

Each piece is a thing of beauty whilst remaining very substantial. The weight is perfectly balanced from the handle to the main body.

This is the best cookware for a gas stove that can be handed down through generations.

This cookware has been constructed with 3-layers, 18/10 stainless steel either side of an aluminum core. Unlike some styles, the aluminum doesn’t sit solely at the base but carries on up to the side walls. This ensures that every ingredient in the pan cooks at the same speed and provides consistent results regardless of how full the pan is.

Cooking with stainless steel is a bit of an art form to those not used to it, your cookware will need seasoning occasionally to give non-stick food release. You must also remember never to use the pans on high heat, they don’t need it, and will still cook faster and more efficiently than many other brands.

Once you have mastered this, it is hard to believe you will ever want to use any other cookware.

Pros

  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
  • Beautiful satin-finish stainless steel
  • Compatible with all cooking surfaces
  • Whole clad cookware, base, and sidewalls
  • Riveted, stay-cool handles
  • Freezer and dishwasher-safe
  • Oven-safe to 550-degrees f., including lids
  • Perfectly weighted

Cons

  • No quantity markings on the interior
  • Lids need to be lifted to monitor cooking progress
  • No lids fit the fry-pans

Duxtop Induction Cookware Review #3 – Duxtop Professional Induction Ready

Is it possible to say that a cooking pot is a thing of beauty? I hope so because this 4.2qt. Stockpot truly is.

It is made from the shiniest stainless steel, the outer layer of which is magnetized to make it induction compatible.

The Cookware Set Includes :

  • 4.2 Quart Stockpot

It is substantial without being too heavy to manage. The weight at its base is perfect to encourage it to conduct the heat well, which it will as it has an impact-bonded aluminum core.

Everything about it screams high-quality and craftsmanship. Smooth lines, perfect-fitting lid, and the polished exterior make it look like something you’d find in an expensive restaurant. It looks and often out-performs some of its very expensive rivals.

The satin-finish handles stay cool on the stovetop and ensure transfer is easy; your grip won’t slip. They are shaped to allow plenty of finger room to avoid accidents.

As we have come to expect of Duxtop, this stockpot is freezer, dishwasher, and oven safe.

It is available at an affordable price and would be the perfect starting point for a complete Duxtop cookware collection.

Pros

  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
  • Built to last for generations
  • The impact-bonded base for even heat distribution
  • 18/10 stainless steel construction with aluminum core
  • Dishwasher safe
  • Metal utensil compatible
  • Ideal for all stovetop styles
  • Tempered glass lids for monitoring cooking
  • Substantial, without being too heavy
  • Oven-proof to 550-degrees f.

Cons

  • Aluminum doesn’t continue into the side walls
  • The rim isn’t rolled and maybe a little sharp

Why you Should Buy Duxtop Induction Cookware

There are man reasons why this cookware is so appealing, the greatest of which is high-quality for such a reasonable cost. Most pieces perform as well as some of the equipment in the far more expensive All-Clad and similar brand ranges.

Design

Duxtop cookware is a thing of beauty. Every pot has been cleverly designed to look amazing whilst being 100% functional.

Construction

Highest food-grade stainless steel and aluminum are used

Performance

As each item of cookware has an aluminum core, cooking times are reduced with faster heating, even at reduced temperatures.

Durability

Caring properly for your cookware will ensure that it will look like new for at least one lifetime, often more.

Compatibility

Each item featured in our reviews is not only great cookware for gas stoves, but it is also safe for use on electric, glass, ceramic, and induction cooking surfaces.

Functionality

All of the cookware is oven and freezer safe. Even cleanup time is reduced as pots and lids are all dishwasher friendly.

  Conclusion

Thanks for taking the time to read our Duxtop Induction Cookware reviews, hopefully, they have been helpful.

Although Duxtop cookware is not the cheapest range, it certainly isn’t the most expensive; it just looks and acts like it.

We genuinely believe that as long as you are happy cooking with stainless steel, or learning how to, you will be delighted with any purchase you make.

Sharon Martin
 

Sharon Martin is a 32-years-old Blogger and Review writer from Los Angeles, USA. She loves to cook and travel around the city every weekend day. Also, like to write about kitchen appliance those she uses in his kitchen. Read more about author.

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