Compare what is it? Copper Chef vs Gotham Steel Pan
Copper Chef – It is a nonstick, no cleanup cooking pan that lets you replace all kinds of cookers, pots, and pans with just one pan and allows you to cook on the gas stove and in oven. For more information about Copper Chef, please visit Copper Chef review page.
Gotham Steel Pan – It is a nonstick cooking pan made with ceramic and titanium, which makes the stickiest of dishes slide right off the surface of the pan. For detailed Gotham Steel Pan review, please visit this page.
Compare REVIEW: Copper Chef vs Gotham Steel Pan
Copper Chef REVIEW
Good product, but a bit expensive – Suzanne who bought Copper Chef revealed in her review that though it is a useful product, it can be a bit expensive. The good news is that it arrived on time and was quite simple to use. She made chicken pot pie with it and that worked out quite well. However she wasn’t keen on using frozen fruits for pies so used her own ingredients and the results weren’t great but they weren’t appalling either. Overall she thinks it’s a decent lightweight product, which could have been more reasonably priced.
Works but has limitations – Cassandra who used Copper Chef complained in her review that though its performance is good, it isn’t always consistent. She tried to make chicken breasts with mushrooms and that worked out quite well. However she just couldn’t make popcorn with the pan as it came out stuck and burned. Unfortunately cleaning it was a hassle and she tried every trick in the book but just couldn’t get rid of the stains that were left on the outside. Another problem she had was with accessories, which worked well but were just a bit lightweight. She just couldn’t manage to fit all the accessories into the pot for storage. She wishes that they had paid attention to the design, especially with the lid that could have been higher to make things easier. Other than that, she is happy with its performance and looks forward to making various recipes according to the instructions.
It has to be used carefully – Patricia who reviewed Copper Chef revealed in her review that the pan has worked exactly according to its claims, which is definitely a good sign. She has used it to try and make a variety of dishes and the results have been consistent. She had no problems cleaning it either. However she advises that you need to be very careful while using it. In fact she suggests that you treat it like a regular non-stick pan. Metal utensils, scrubbers, brushes are only going to ruin it. Although it is a copper pan, it doesn’t have to be cleaned like copper. According to her that’s a benefit and disadvantage at the same time. She is happy about the fact that it is light and durable.
Not really copper – Meryl who reviewed Copper Chef exposed in her review that the pan is not really copper, as it claims to be. That’s something she was concerned about knowing that copper cannot be used as a standalone material because it gets anodized. That’s why she called the customer service to find out if copper-aluminum or copper-tin was used in its making. To her surprise, she was told that it is copper colored aluminum pan with a stainless steel induction plate. There is no copper in it whatsoever, which she found shocking. She decided not to buy it because it was completely false marketing.
All hype, no substance – Kate who bought Copper Chef complained in her review that all her excitement about buying it evaporated as soon as she started using the pan. She believes that the pan is all about the hype and there is actually no performance. Only after three uses, she started having problems making something simple as eggs. They were sticking and led to a complete mess. She was completely disappointed and returned it in a short while. Unfortunately that meant she had to pay from her pockets for the shipping costs.
Fake copper pans, not worth the money – Alicia who used Copper Chef exposed in her review that as soon as the package arrived and her husband saw them, he knew that they weren’t made out of copper at all. The pan looked like the colour was painted on it, and on close inspection realized that it’s exactly the case. She still tried using it and there was no problem the first time. However in the very next use, things started sticking to the pan. There was absolutely no point using it so she thought of returning it, but they wouldn’t let go of the shipping charges. Moreover she would also have to bear the costs for returns, which is why she just decided to bin the pan.
Gotham Steel Pan REVIEW
Gotham Steel Pan is Sticky – Alan who bought Gotham Steel Pan complained in his review that right from the first use, things started to stick to the pans. He tried to make eggs first but they came out scrambled by the time he was done with them. They just didn’t slide around like he was expecting them to after seeing the infomercial. He also tried keeping the heat to medium or low, but the ham just didn’t brown. He was taken in by the free shipping order and ended up buying two pans. But he didn’t get any free shipping and is now stuck with two pans that just don’t work like they claim to. The lids don’t come with the pans either and he is just annoyed with the false claims from the company.
Bad service – Leo who used Gotham Steel Pan exposed in his review that the delivery of the pans and the ordering process is completely shambolic. He ordered a few of these pans at once but they arrived about a month later than it was expected. He was hoping to get the lid, which was a part of the promotional order but that didn’t arrive. He tried calling the customer service but that was completely useless too. He found it difficult to get hold of someone who knew what they were talking about. He thinks the pan he got worked well but it’s really not worth all the hassle that surrounds it.
Gotham Steel Pan Not lives up to the claims – Johanna who reviewed Gotham Steel Pan revealed in her review that she finally bought the pan after seeing all the hype. Firstly, it took more than a month to arrive. Secondly, she followed instructions to the T but foods didn’t just slide out like you see in the infomercial. The S’more Dip was a disaster and ended up creating a lot of mess on the pan. Unfortunately cleaning it was a hassle too and the paper towel stuck to it. She was hoping that the 90 day returns policy will save her, but when she pressed on the returns button, it suddenly turned to 30 days return. You also have to pay shipping and handling charges, which is why it was easier for her to just throw it away.
Poorly made – Kanye who bought Gotham Steel Pan complained in his review that it scratched the first time and everything sticks to it. He would have been better off using a cast iron pan instead. Another problem he mentioned was that he would keep getting unwanted calls from the company and that was a big nuisance.
Compare Features: Copper Chef vs Gotham Steel Pan
Copper Chef – It is a nonstick and no cleanup pan with stainless steel induction plate. Copper Chef has Cerami-Tech (ceramic high-tech) nonstick coating that lets you cook without any extra oil, grease or butter. It has a rivet handle that is high-temperature and oven safe. The pan is a 4-piece system with 9 ½ square pan, tempered glass lid, steam and roast rack, and fry basket. It resists up to 850 degrees of heat. It has extra deep sides that make it a roasting pan, rice cooker, steamer, stock pot, wok and a baking dish all in one. Its outer coating is infused with 100% real copper, which is the best heating material, and induction plate channel that heats quickly making dishes fast.
Gotham Steel Pan – The innovative cooking pan combines nonstick ceramic and sturdy titanium. Even the stickiest ingredients slide right off the nonstick surface and cooks without any added butter or oil needed to cook. The non-scratch technology lets you use metal utensils like blenders even on the pan. Gotham Steel withstands up to 500 degrees of heat and is free of PFOA, PTFE and PFOS. Its surface is scratch proof and has a metal scratch ring at the bottom.
Compare what to expect? Copper Chef vs Gotham Steel Pan
Copper Chef – With just one cooking pan you can replace your cooker, steamer, stock pot, wok, and baking dish and cook healthy meals with no extra grease, butter or oil. It sears meat in minutes and lets you cook food on all kinds of ovens and gas stove tops whether steam, electric, gas, or induction. You can cook more amount of food in the square pan with deep sides compare to a round and shallow pan. Cleaning is a breeze because food doesn’t stick to the surface and comes right off without scrubbing or scrapping even if it is burnt.
Gotham Steel Pan – Make perfect dishes every single time with even the stickiest recipe such as condensed milk and marshmallows and melted parmesan cheese sliding right off. You can even beat an egg with a metal blender right on the pan without causing any scratches to the surface. The titanium infusion in Gotham Steel Pan withstands even fire so you can make flambé recipes without damaging the pan. Now get healthy dishes easily and fast without any added butter or oil. You can easily clean the pan without scrubbing or scrapping and damaging the coating.
Compare Material: Copper Chef vs Gotham Steel Pan
Copper Chef – Ceramic, stainless steel, and tempered glass.
Gotham Steel Pan – Ceramic, titanium, and stainless steel.
Compare Coating: Copper Chef vs Gotham Steel Pan
Cerami-Tech (ceramic high-tech) nonstick coating, which is free of chemicals, PTFE and PFOA and doesn’t chip or peel into food. It lets you cook without butter, oil or grease.
Gotham Steel Pan – Its surface is made of ceramic making it nonstick and titanium making it withstand even fire.
Compare Bottom: Copper Chef vs Gotham Steel Pan
Copper Chef – The bottom induction plate is made of steel that is pressed into aluminum.
Gotham Steel Pan –It has metal scratch guard ring at the bottom
Compare Cleaning: Copper Chef vs Gotham Steel Pan
Copper Chef –It is dishwasher safe and easy to clean because food doesn’t stick to its ceramic coated nonstick surface.
Gotham Steel Pan – It is dishwasher safe and easy to clean because of its nonstick and non-scratch surface that prevents food from sticking.
Compare Heat Resistance: Copper Chef vs Gotham Steel Pan
Copper Chef – Up to 850 degrees
Gotham Steel Pan – Up to 500 degrees
Compare Handle: Copper Chef vs Gotham Steel Pan
Copper Chef – Rivet handle, which is high-temperature and oven safe
Gotham Steel Pan – Solid stainless steel handle that is cool to touch
Is it oven safe?
Copper Chef – Yes
Gotham Steel Pan – Yes
Compare Size: Copper Chef vs Gotham Steel Pan
Copper Chef – 9.5 inches
Gotham Steel Pan – 9.5 inches
Compare Weight: Copper Chef vs Gotham Steel Pan
Copper Chef – 1.93lb
Gotham Steel Pan – No information
Compare Price: Copper Chef vs Gotham Steel Pan
Copper Chef – $74.97
Gotham Steel Pan – $29.99 + $6.95 P&H