Blue Diamond Pan REVIEW

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About Blue Diamond Pan

Non-stick frying pans don’t remain truly non-stick after a few week’s use, the food sticks to the pans and creates mess. You need the Blue Diamond Non-stick fry pan that claim to be infused with millions of tiny diamonds.

Blue Diamond Pan

Blue Diamond Pan Features

The secret is diamond infused ceramic coating. The Blue Diamond pan is oven safe, they even claim it is safe to broil up to 850 Degree Fahrenheit. The makers of the Blue Diamond pan claim that their pan is 10 times stronger than the Copper Pans and last 10 times longer. It is also scratch resistant. They demonstrate the non-stick features of the pan in the video – they sand-papered the surface of the Blue Diamond and the Copper Pan, the Copper Pan begins to loose its “copper” finish but the Blue Diamond pan shows no signs of trouble and when they cooked an egg on both the pans after the sandpaper treatment, the egg got stuck to the Copper Pan but slided off seamlessly off the Blue Diamond pan cooking surface. They also whisked a egg in the pan to prove that it is 5 times scratch-resistant than the Copper Pans. They also melted a few plastic spoons in the pan to show how non-stick the Blue Diamond pan is.

Why Diamonds?
Diamonds transfer heat 4 times faster than Copper for even cooking.

Blue Diamond Cleaning
Blue Diamond Pan is dishwasher safe but it is recommended that you hand-wash the Blue Diamond Pan with a soft sponge in hot soapy water.

How to prepare the Blue Diamond Pan?
Just put some butter uniformly on the pan.

The Blue Diamond has a “Stay Cool” handle.

Can you season the Blue Diamond Pan?
Nope, you should not season the Blue Diamond Pan.
Special Instructions
Please use a little oil or butter (do not use spray oil) on the surface before heating. Do not heat the pan without food in it. Do not cook your food on high settings.

Blue Diamond Base
The Blue Diamond has a solid forged base that won’t let it warp or wobble.

Disadvantages of the Blue Diamond Pan

  • It does not remain “Non-stick” forever. After a few weeks the food begins to stick to the surface.
  • Easily warps even after moderate use.
  • Very thin.
  • After a few months the food cooked in the Blue Diamond Pan begins to burn especially the food that is at the center of the pan.
  • These are not REAL DIAMONDS.
  • Deceptive marketing practice.
  • The Blue Diamond Pan is no better than any other ordinary non-stick pan.
  • Teflon coated frying pans work far better than the Blue Diamond Pan.
  • Not suited for cooking on the Induction cooktop.
  • The even distribution of heat is not so good.
  • In a few months time Omelette begins to stick to the pan even with normal use.
  • You still have to pay $9 per Blue Diamond Pan to return them.
  • The top layer will begin to peel off after a few months.

Blue Diamond Pan Questions and Answers

Q. Are these real diamonds in the BLUE DIAMOND Pan?
A. Nope, do you think these are real diamonds, come on use your common sense. The word “Diamond” is just a marketing ploy.

Q. If not diamonds what is it?
A. Quartz crystals – the most abundant mineral found on the earth.

Q. How is the quality of the Blue Diamond Pan?
A. Very poor, it is thin layered and looks flimsy.

Q. Can I use metal spatula in the Blue Diamond Pan?
A. Nope, even though they claim the pan is scratch resistant, there is no surface that will remain scratch-resistant forever. So do not use metal utensils in the Blue Diamond Pan. Use wooden spatulas instead if you want your pan to last longer.

Q. Is the handle riveted?
A. Yes. 2 rivets.

Q. Is it oven safe?
A. Nope.

Q. Does scrambled eggs stick to Blue Diamond Pan?
A. Not when it is new, but down the line it will stick.

Q. What is the depth of the Blue Diamond Pan?
A. Approx 3 inches.

Advantages of Blue Diamond Pan

  • You get 2 Pans for $29
  • The Blue Diamond Pan comes with a lifetime replacement warranty.
  • Considering the price it is a fairly good offer
  • The Blue Diamond Pan is fairly a good non-stick frying pan if used for “light” cooking and if maintained properly.
  • 100% PFOA free and PFTE free

Our Verdict

The Blue Diamond Pan is type of Stone Frying Pan. It is just the top layer that is infused with the “blue diamond”. It is just another “as seen on tv” scam like the Red Copper, Gotham and Eric Theiss Copper Chef. The biggest benefit of the “Stone” frying pans like the Blue Diamond Pan is that they are PFOA free and PFTE free and non-stick. There are tons of TRUE non-stick STONE frying available at

Before buying a Non-stick pan you need to do some research online.

1. Search for “non stick frying pan buying guide”
2. Then learn what type of non-stick pans are available in the market (aluminium, ALUMINUM CLAD STAINLESS STEEL, ANODIZED ALUMINUM, STAINLESS STEEL, COPPER / STAINLESS STEEL)
3. Go through the benefits and pros and cons of each type of non-stick frying pans.
4. Considering your cooking method (induction, gas stove etc).
5. You should know the material used in the pans, layers, cooking surface material, thickness and other details.
6. Then make an informed decision about the pan that suits your need.

The marketers of the Blue Diamond Pan have gone several steps ahead of Red Copper, Gotham and Copper Chef in demonstrating the short-term features of their frying pan. Blue Diamond Pan is not a true non-stick frying pan. There are so many flaws in the way Blue Diamond Pan is promoted. They don’t tell you how many layers there are and the thickness of these layers.

There are plenty of other TRUE stone frying pans available all over the place. Just a simple search for “stone frying pan” or “ceramic frying pan” will list a dozen of frying pans that you are looking for, Vesuvio Ceramic Coated, Ozeri, TECHEF, Bialetti Granito Nonstick Fry Pan are some of the BRANDED alternatives to the Blue Diamond Pan. We would suggest buying one of these tried and tested frying pan and stay away from Blue Diamond Pan.

What do I get?

  • 2 Blue Diamond Pans
  • 1 Recipe book

Price: $28 | Official website:

20 Comments on "Blue Diamond Pan REVIEW"

  1. I bought my blue Diamond skillet 14 months ago. I use it everyday for breakfast ,sausage , eggs and bacon, and i use it every night , unless i make soups or chili,, Ive made manwich, in it ,pork chops, hamburgers, meatball,s ,spag sauce, and a number of all in one meals for my family.. i dont use anything but a little dab of butter in it and its still preforming as good as the day i got it..I clean it with soap and hot water and dry it , sometimes i just wipe it out with paper towels and i use it so much the color is coming off the bottom of the skillet..but as far as peeling and scratching , ive not had that problem..i only use low to medium heat and every thing gets nice and brown and looks great..I tried the Red Copper pans and the so called non stick skillets and the teflon wore off in a few months, and the copper one only lasted about 3 months , so i bought this one and its still like the day i got it, i gave my other ones away, because i love these so much im getting ready to treat myself to the whole set for Christmas..Its just like anything else in life , If you want things to last you have to take care of them and for the 9.00 investment on this skillet compared to the 39.00 one i paid for the Red Copper, I will take this skillet any day.. Im not rich, I live on a budget,and i love to cook , and im not paid to rate this skillet, but the things ive read that people are saying about it , is truley unjust. If i could show you a picture of my skillet i would. its been the best skillet ive ever owned and i cant wait to get my new set.. i dont use any metal in any of my pots and pans. and yes the handle will get hot, but so does any pan handle if its in the oven. Common sense tells you to use an oven mitt.. Im a senior and i like the light pans , the heavy ones are to hard to get to the table or move around on the stove when they are full of food. so diamonds or not , this skillet is worth every penny i paid for it, i guess its all in preference as to what you like , there are a whole lot worse out there and cost an arm and a leg to buy them, and perform no better than this one does ,everything wears out in time, its all in how you take care of it.. so thats all i have to say on it.

  2. I’ve had a “Blue Diamond” pan for 14 months as a daily driver. It’s not as non-stick as a new T-Fal or Heritage Rock, but it’s every bit as good as a Gotham Steel Copper Ceramic Titanium or Red Copper. It remains dead easy to clean, and it still looks like new inside… The bottom has some burn oil stains.

    To keep it performing like new, clean it out once a month with some baking soda and a Scotch Brite pad using the coarse green side. That would ruin any other non-stick pan but the Blue Diamond will not be damaged at all.

    After using the baking soda, put it in the oven for 20 minutes with a thin coat of saflower or light olive oil, just like you would with the Red Copper. This doesn’t “season” it, but it does make the surface of the pan wick out oil much quicker later when you’re cooking with it.

    Much like any other good quality pan, don’t scrub it with harsh dish soap. Just hot water and a cloth, or a Scotch Bright pad if something sticks. Avoid cooking on high heat. Never leave it unattended on a hot element. Go ahead and heat oil to the smoking point before adding meat if you want a sear, but don’t leave it smoking for more than a minute or two before adding the meat, otherwise you’ll need to clean it with baking soda again.

  3. Donna M Haney | June 20, 2019 at 1:49 pm | Reply

    My husband bought me the 10 piece set approximately 3 months ago. We use the frying pans most every day and have no problems. They clean up so easily. The only problem I have is that the handle gets hot quickly. But using a pot holder is an easy fix. I would like to see a mid-size sauce pot on the market soon.

  4. Lynne Housenga | June 10, 2019 at 4:14 am | Reply

    I love my Blue Diamond pans! I’ve used all of them many times and they are truly non-stick. The reason to use a lower heat setting is because the heat induction is superior. No need to use a higher heat setting. Clean up is basically just rinsing with soap. This brand of cookware is all I’ll ever use.

  5. Cathy Tompkins | May 12, 2019 at 4:44 am | Reply

    Have had my blue diamond frying pan for a month now and so far it has been great! After reading all the other comments, I am worried about how long it will continue to be non stick! I wish that I had gotten a small one as well, as this one is 12 inches-I could a 6 or 8 inch one and would use it more often than this big one!


  6. its true that diamonds are not all expensive (think about it .. they used to use them on needles to play on a record player .. also drill bits hav “diamond tips”) because there are “grades” and catagories of diamonds .. the type that go into jewelry are VVS1 to I3 .. after that the crap is used for other things .. with that said , even if its “crystals” in this pan I dont understand if you dont heat it up too much, (not on high heat) why it doesnt last .. mine has lasted the few months but then I only bought one from Walmart for $9 .. I like my stainless tseel set but what a pain for eggs . that’s all I use my blue diamond pan for, is eggs .. so while I (dont like cooking with “non-stick” and any chemicals/coating in my pans At All) I went out and purposefully chose a non-stick for eggs .. unless I saturate the eggs with oil or butter, they stick (even cooking with water and a little butter) and I dont wat that either .. so .. my reason to buy this item is far different than most of the above, as I love to cook, I use Stainless Steel (Wolfgang Puck and Tramontina) but eggs are the worst .. ! I get the egg all stuck in my scrubbie, etc .. so this one pan .. even if it fails (I’ll hav to find another one) wont break my cooking style, because using non-stick the exception for me, not the norm . I hope this little pan lasts, and cooking eggs medium heat so fat it has .. I use a flat top stove, and might cook eggs once/week .. tops . ~

    • Clean the Blue Diamond with baking soda and a Scotch Brite’s coarse green side once a month and it will stay like new. I’ve been using mine 1-2 times per day for 14 months and it has a single scratch from me cutting a steak in the pan with a chef’s knife just to see if it could handle it… it was ok with a metal spatula but not a knife edge. oops. But apart from that it’s held up amazingly better than any non-stick I’ve ever owned.

  7. These pans are EFFING AWESOME! If you read the damn instructions, unlike the rejects who wrote bad reviews, you will learn the truth about the only brand I will ever purchase again. I LOVE MY BLUE DIAMOND PANS!

  8. I recieved my 14 Diamond set for Christmas 2018 and already have chips in them. I am not throwing them around, using sand paper on them, hitting them with rocks etc.. Just normal every day cooking. Don’t believe the hype of non scratch. I do love using them. I just wish the big scratches would not exist šŸ˜”

  9. Most of this review is pure lies!

  10. Davene Dadiego | January 22, 2019 at 12:05 am | Reply

    I love my Blue Diamond set, i bought 2 sets. Iā€™m looking different size pots, one in between the large and small in the set.
    I also bought the flat grill pan
    No need to put in dishwasher, they clean up so easy by hand!!

  11. Can you use with an induction plate?

  12. Used this pan a couple of times and now everything sticks to it. What a waste of my money

  13. Margaret Crahen | December 31, 2018 at 3:43 pm | Reply

    My blue diamond pan is a dud, every thing sticks and the handle is very hot.

  14. Richard Ashcraft | December 27, 2018 at 5:47 pm | Reply

    Handle get fire hot, cannot touch it without a hot pad. Needs a warning on packaging. Rate this product a 0

  15. Just purchased a blue diamond pan set 3 of the pans have chip what do I do

    • If you have the receipt and box I’d return it to the manufacturer for an exchange. They claim a lifetime warranty. You might want to get a second opinion about how the product has been treated in your home before you do that though. If it’s been abused then the warranty probably won’t be respected, and in that case you should save yourself the effort of mailing it away and instead buy another set and treat it with more respect… myself, my 12″ pan has prepared about 500 meals and it still looks like new… I’ve used it with metal spatulas and washed it with coarse scrubbing pads, but I’ve never struck the surface with anything harder than a steak.

  16. The handle gets hot as hell. Will deliver burns if handled normally.

  17. Stephen D Hourihane | November 17, 2018 at 7:39 pm | Reply

    Why in the world does the FTC or any responsible consumer agency petition
    these quacks to prove its claim.
    Are TV networks so money hungry to air these deceptive ads.
    Buyers beware is not the answer
    Corporate responsibility is.

  18. Actually, diamonds aren’t that expensive at all, both natural and synthetic diamonds in the .5 micron to 500 micron size range between $0.50 to $1.10 / Carat ( 0.2 Grams ) and at that size a very little bit goes a long way so they are more then likely diamonds just not the type of diamonds people normally think about like those found in a ring.. But these pans are not worth buying even if they are real diamonds, the cheap aluminum pan is thin and it’s notoriously hard to get any coating to adhere to aluminum and have it last any meaningful amount of time, so while it might be nice to cook on for the first week after that it’s junk.. Also about the heat transfer, the attempt to make it sound better then copper, Real copper will transfer twice the heat as aluminium so maybe the manufacturer would like to explain how there aluminum pan will out pace the heat transfer of copper, do they think we will simply believe there numbers, or is all the science on metals wrong ?

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