Red Copper Pan Vs Copper Chef

Compare what it is? Red Copper Pan Vs Copper Chef

What is Red Copper Pan?
Red Copper Pan is an ultra tough ceramic copper pan which has copper infused durability. It combines non-stick ceramic and copper to deliver incredible results. It is lightweight yet super strong and it won’t scratch, chip or peel into your food. For more information please visit the Red Copper Pan review page here.

What is Copper Chef?
Promoted by Eric Theiss Copper Chef is a multi-utility nonstick square pan that works on the oven and all stove tops including electric, gas, ceramic and induction tops. It can also be termed as a pan with 6-in-1 cooking features. It can be used as a Roasting pan, rice cooker, steamer, stock pot, wok and baking dish. Fore more information about Copper Chef, please visit this page.

Compare how does it work? Red Copper Pan Vs Copper Chef

How does Red Copper Pan work?
The copper-infused design and non-stick ceramic cooking surface of the Red Copper Pan lets you cook healthier meals without using oil, butter, or grease. It can be used for anything, whether on the stovetop or as a baking pan with a handle (it’s safe up to 500°), including chicken parmesan, eggs without a mixing bowl, and flambéed desserts. One can even caramelize sugar without it sticking.

How does Copper Chef work?
The all-around square pan with its extra deep sides, Cerami-Tech technology, and copper infused coating can resist heat up to 800 degrees. The Cerami-Tech non-stick technology, which is PTFE and PFOA free, means nothing will stick and the coating allows for easy cleaning as well. You can make great dishes without oil and butter

Compare what to expect? Red Copper Pan Vs Copper Chef

Red Copper Pan
You can use this pan for anything- flambé desserts, broil flakey fish, or bake chicken parmesan. All your food slides right out and it’s even oven safe up to 500ºF. Create healthier meals without oil, butter, or grease. You also won’t have to worry about scratches, because Red Copper Pan is “guaranteed to stay scratch-free forever”.

Copper Chef
You can expect to enjoy great meals cooked in any kind of stove top, be it electric, gas, ceramic or induction. Roast, bake, deep fry, steam or simply cook your favourite meals without ever worrying anything. The 5 layer construction of the Copper Chef makes it super strong and durable.

Compare material? Red Copper Pan Vs Copper Chef

Red Copper Pan
Tough-grade non-stick ceramic and copper is used to make Red Copper Pan.

Copper Chef
Copper Chef is a 5 layered construction pan made of double layered ceramic coating, base layer of non-stick ceramic coatine, aluminium core, outside layer and stainless steel induction bade.

Compare coating? Red Copper Pan Vs Copper Chef

Red copper
pan uses non-stick coating that is also PFOA and PTFE free, hence safe for your family.

Copper Chef
Copper Chef uses copper infused non-stick ceramic coating that is also PFOA and PTFE free

Compare Size: Red Copper Pan Vs Copper Chef

Red copper pan
10 inches round pan

Copper Chef
9.5 inches square pan

Compare weight: Red Copper Pan Vs Copper Chef

Red copper pan
Could not find

Copper Chef
1.93 lbs

Compare handle: Red Copper Pan Vs Copper Chef

Red Copper Pan
Sturdy tough handle

Copper Chef
The handle is hollow, making it cooler than solid-core handles but can get hot on the stove-top and when in the oven.

Is it oven-safe? Red Copper Pan Vs Copper Chef

Red Copper Pan
Red Copper Pan is oven safe withstanding heat up to 500 degrees.

Copper Chef
Copper Chef is oven safe and heat resistant upto 800 degrees. Remember to use pot holders when removing the pan from the oven.

103 Comments on "Red Copper Pan Vs Copper Chef"

  1. I dont suppose Ive read anything like this before.

  2. When I initially commented I clicked the -Notify me when new feedback are added- checkbox and now each time a remark is added I get 4 emails with the identical comment. Is there any means you possibly can take away me from that service? Thanks!

  3. I can’t compare the two brands. I have the copper chef and my only issue is the doming of the skillets. I have the 11inch in the regular and the deep skillet. The eggs when dropped in the middle always slid to the sides. The corners do not heat the same as the middle. So when it comes to grilled cheese, you have to continually move the bread around to brown all of the bread. I steam the eggs towards the end to cook them totally. As far as burning and scratching…..duh, lower the heat, monitor it while food is cooking, and use plastic or silicon utensils. Common sense, common sense!


    Well, shoot. The 15″ square Red Copper pan DOES NOT WORK on an Induction cook top. My smaller one will, so imaging my utter disappointment when I loaded up the big one with a roast and all the trimmings, only to find it is WORTHLESS on an induction cook top. I went back and read all the info on it, and sure enough, no mention of induction cooking. What a huge let down!

  5. How do you clean small, scattered burnt food stuck on ridges inside a copper chef or red copper pan. I tried soaking and cleaning with soap and water to no avail. Oven cleaner was recommended to me, but I have a pet and the fumes I understand to be of danger to them. I thought of using vinegar and baking soda, as I do in the oven, but don’t know how this mixture would react on these pans. Any ideas that may help?

    • I used a non-rusting steel wool last night on the first substance stuck to the Copper Chef cookie pan after months of use last night. The pan held up well though I was careful with how hard I ‘scrubbed’. It was simple.

    • I bought the red copper pan and the copper chef pan I made eggs and each of them will I tried the red copper one and they tasted delicious but when I tried to copper chef pan I almost threw up!! I tried both of them again with eggs and when I tryed the Red copper pan tasted again delicious but when I tried to copper chef pan again I died 😵

    • Michael Schmitz | January 20, 2018 at 5:12 pm | Reply

      Try covering bottom of pan with water, then add a noncling fabric softener and let soak… I’ve done this many times and works great most times.

    • Mr clean eraser

    • Fill Pan with 3/4 of water ,let boil over stove ,let cool just enough to move to sink without burning yourself,but still hot enough to work with. Use a S.O.S, Soap filled Steel Wool Pad to loosen up grim stuck on ridges,and underneath.I have both Copper Chief,and Red Copper .Works fine …

      • Victoria Shrum | June 8, 2018 at 10:08 am | Reply

        All you have to do is put some dawn dish soap in your pan along with water and put it back on stove to boil and it will come clean in no time.

  6. Can you use the tops of the Copper Chef pans in the oven ?

  7. Michele Tran duc | November 26, 2017 at 11:23 am | Reply

    Avec tous ces commentaires je ne sais pas si je dois acheter copper chef ou copper chef pan? Je suis plus perdu qu’avant d’avoir lu tous ces commentaires. Alors que vais je faire ? Y sont know…….

  8. I bought 2 large copper chef w/ induction cooktops. My induction does not work the timer has never worked and when I turned it down to 260 degrees for my roast it burned my roast really badly…I had water in it and it all boiled out. that means the temp control is not working either….I read all the instructions and still have to stand right there or everything burns. I wanted to use it as a slow cooker but with the timer and temperature not working I can not!! I am very disappointed. I have only had them a few months.

    • How are you gonna leave a review like that whennur stove is not working properly this is about the pan quality not how bad they work cuz ur stove is retarded

  9. Don’t forget to season the cookware! I just got mine and didn’t expect that I would have to season them. It was much easier to do than my Cast Iron though. I think they are working well the way I use them. 1. I seasoned them. 2. I use lower heat on a gas stove 3. I use only nylon utensils. 4. I still use some oils for flavor but far less than did before.

  10. I have had two Red Copper pans and both started sticking after a few months. With the first one I thought I had done something wrong but then with the second one I made sure that I babied it and took care to do everything just right. The pan started sticking just like the first one. Then I bought the Copper Chef pan and have had no problems with it and I use it everyday. I think that the Copper Chef pan is 100 % better than the Red Copper pan. I will never buy a Red Copper pan again. The advertising on the Red Copper Pan should be investigated for false advertising.

    • EUGENIA ANDERSON | February 14, 2018 at 6:48 pm | Reply

      I have both the Red Copper and Copper Chef pans and I have the opposite results. The Red Copper never sticks no matter what I cook in it and the Copper Chef always sticks and I have seasoned it more than once and still nothing slides out of this pan like on TV. I tell anyone buying these pans NEVER BUY COPPER CHEF!!

      • I made eggs slid out I made bacon no sticking I even mixed soup and butter and mayo cheese no sticking

    • Totally agree. The Red Copper has the “stainless” on the bottom of pan. Don’t be fooled – it is not induction.

    • Victoria Shrum | June 8, 2018 at 10:11 am | Reply

      I bought the copper chef pan set and ours is sticking just making a hot ham and cheese with lots of butter on the bread. I have not tried the red copper pans yet but I’m not sure if I ever want to buy any other copper pans

  11. Judy Batalia | July 13, 2017 at 4:49 pm | Reply

    I bought a red Copper Skillet and was under the impression that it would not scratch and I have all kinds of scratches in the bottom of my Skillet I would like to know what you’re going to do about this. It also sticks real bad.

    Thank you in advance
    Judy Batalia

  12. Judy Batalia | July 13, 2017 at 4:48 pm | Reply

    Hot a red Copper Skillet and was under the impression that it would not scratch and I have all kinds of scratches in the bottom of my Skillet I would like to know what you’re going to do about this. It also sticks real bad.

    Thank you in advance
    Judy Batalia

  13. Linda Vizzotti | July 12, 2017 at 7:59 pm | Reply

    What is the difference between Gotham Cookware, Red Copper and Copper Chef cookware in cooking, construction, cleaning and toxins and longevity? Do any of the above sell saucepans separately 1.5, 2.5 and 3.0 quarts and if so, the cost of each. Is there telephone numbers to contact the three cookware companies listed herein. Please advise

    • I just bought the Red Copper Pans on a sale at Kohl’s. I followed instructions on seasoning the pan in the oven. The first time I cooked an egg in it, it did not slide out. It left a black line the shape of the egg. It was tough to remove. I called the company and they were very good at answering all of my questions. The second time, I lowered the Flame and it did not stick but slid right out of the pan. Here is the number that I called. 1-800-280-5424 Good Luck!

    • Sam’s has a nice variety of the Gotham Steel pans in my city…even a set of pans. You can also order them online.

  14. Pauline Hamel | July 5, 2017 at 1:40 am | Reply

    …Recently vacationed in Palm Springs, California and went to Bed,Bath and Beyond with a relative to buy the red copper square pan…..spoke to several customers and a sales clerk and asked him which brand is best……he said they get far fewer returns from red copper customers….and 2 customers also said red copper was better…bought red copper. Two customers recommended red copper.

  15. I have the Red Copper 12 inch fry pan and the red copper square pan with basket i LOVE both. I have had no problems with either one, if i do, there is a lifetime warranty!!!

  16. I’m noticing a lot of strange complaints from people so here are some simple ideas to hopefully help. I have the Red Copper fry pan from Walmart. It works beautifully and the only place that food sticks is the bolts inside that hold the handle. If I need to I just let it soak to loosen that (just like with my Teflon pans). I have used olive oil with no ill effect except it didn’t need it. Dollar Tree sells all the silicone utensils including a silicone whisk, and everything there is $1.00 so price should not be an issue. Use a touch of cooking spray or oil and anything you cook will literally slide out. Anyone who scratches these pans is doing it wrong or trying to scratch them, and has probably ruined every Teflon pan they ever used. These are not magic pans, so use common sense or take a class. The Red Copper pan I have would take a lot of pressure to scratch and being heavy handed is not necessary in cooking. Just because Corelle dishes are not supposed to break doesn’t mean you throw them against a wall to see if it’s true. So, just because it says “scratch resistant” doesn’t mean you should try to scratch it. It can take much more than the teflon pans, so if you scrape your pans, then you’ve probably been eating teflon for years. Just treat it like the teflon and it should last forever. If yours are chipping, they are probably defective. To avoid issues returning them, don’t buy them from TV or a mail order place where you have to pay for the shipping to return them or argue with CNR’s (Customer Non-Service Reps). They are sold in most department stores (Walmart, Big Lots, etc.) and often for a better price. Sure, you can’t get 2 for the same price but you also won’t get stuck with something you hate, so weigh the choices. This is all I have, hope it helps someone.

    • I bought a Copper Red Pan, thinking that it was the regular Copper Pan my Sister was telling me about, I Love it I fry eggs everyday in my Red Copper Pan, and have had No Problems with it, My Sister made the comment to me you get what you pay for ,…hee hee The way I look at it, is that if you follow directions, and take care of the product that you have Purchased and it will probably last you a life time. Some people just like to buy name brand products, but me I’m definitely not like that, but then again it depends on what I’m buying ?? If I go to Publix for example there are a lot of Publix brand I purchase because it’s all made from the same ingredient`s Publix just buys there products but they put Publix on it instead of hmmm Kraft Cheese, So Ladies, Gentlemen, it’s what you prefer it’s not always the product that’s messed up, some of us just have it in our heads well this is not a Brand Name so it’s worthless (Sorry but that is not always correct)..Have a Great Day and I hope all enjoy there hmmm Copper Pans and or there Red Copper Pans.

    • Diane, appreciated your input and telling it like it is. I especially appreciated your tip about not purchasing from TV ads. Unfortunately, I did. I purchased the Copper Chef square pan and it has never performed as “advertised”. Won’t go into all the reasons I did not try to return it, but to sum it up I was not the first in our household to use it and it was past the guaranteed return date when I finally used it myself. So, stuck with high priced but large volume pan that sticks. I will say that it is easy to clean.

  17. Vickie Hicks | May 19, 2017 at 4:02 am | Reply

    I have two of the Red Copper pans and I have cooked on top of the stove and in the oven. Nothing ever sticks. I’ve been trying many of the food delivery services and prepared many meals. Clean up is a breeze.

  18. Bridgett Hipkins | May 17, 2017 at 7:54 am | Reply

    UGGGGGGGGGGHHHHHHHHHH I’m confused lol, heard great things about both and horrible things about both, just bought the Red Copper, haven’t used it yet, and after these reviews thinking I’ll just 86 copper all together and get either cast iron or Caphaolon??

    • Maybe try it for yourself before you give up. Mine is great!

    • Bridgett- I use Calphalon with plastic utensils, and one is very badly scratched. I wouldn’t buy Calphalon again…

    • Mary Gillespie | January 21, 2018 at 2:08 pm | Reply

      Bridgett, I would give the Red Copper a try. Just be sure to season it first before using. I love mine and clean up is so easy! I’ve had Calphalon pans and food stuck to them and the non-stick coating scratched and chipped after only a few months. Best of luck.

  19. Regina Russell | April 14, 2017 at 2:34 pm | Reply

    Can you use the glass lid in the oven on the Red Copper deep square pan?

  20. I have the red copper and it has been a really good pan. I love my pan. It is easy to clean and nothing has been damaged on it. Once in a while there are damaged new products, that doesn’t mean that all of them are bad.

  21. Copper Chef is the very best pan I have ever used and is “hands down” 100% better than Red Copper.

    • i have the copper chef pan and use it and like it a lot, i bought the copper red pan and found it is nothing like they say, a wast of money,

  22. Are both of them capable of induction heating surfaces?

    • NO – only the Copper Chef can be used on induction heating surfaces.

      • I have the copper chef and I also have an induction stove, because of the size of the induction ready disc on the bottom of the pan, it can only be used on the smallest burner which makes it in the way of the large burner. In other words, disappointed as it cannot be used on any of the other three burners. And when used on the tiny back burner, cannot use your large burner with another pan.

        • I use my large Copper Chef pans on my large burners and they do great. I can use them on my small burners also. The induction portion on the bottom of your pan distributes even heat to every inch of the pan, no matter how large or small the pan is or whether you sit them on a large or small burner. As long as the disc is getting any source of heat, it will heat your entire pan

  23. I have the red copper square pan. Seasoned as per instructions and got a pink film on the paper towel. don’t know if it is dangerous to use. Haven’t cooked in it yet but I am impressed with all the positive feed back. Is it true there is no copper in them? that this is a total lie? I’m speaking of both copper chef and red copper?

    • With Copper Chef, I believe it is infused with copper, you do not have to season it like you do the Red Copper and it definitely does not stick. Red Copper pans stick like crazy.

      • The Copper Chef pans you don’t have to season at all! I absolutely love these pans! I cook in them everyday! I am making a cake in my square copper pan tonight.

  24. I love the look of copper cookware. I’m pleased with the cooking experience that I had with my copper vessels. I was concerned about their care but these are way too easy to maintain. There are various polishes available to clean them.

  25. Valerie Canada | January 17, 2017 at 10:47 am | Reply

    I purchased the Copper Chef pans, Love the non-stick, but my husband used a metal spatula while cooking some eggs and it did scratch my pan.

  26. Luv my copper chef and my Red Copper. Use non metal utensils. Cool after cooking, rinse with warm water and non scratch pad….everything comes clean…made spare ribs, blackberry pie, caramelized nuts, steamed veggies….use ’em everyday!!!!

    • If you had to pick only 1, which one is better, the red copper pan or the copper chef?

      • I guess it is to each his own. But I am about ready to throw away my red copper pans. I cooked scrambled eggs in them and have to soak the pan for hours to get clean. Don’t like them at all and have had them about a year. But, so far, I love my Copper Chef. I can cook anything in them and – just like it shows on tv – you can wipe them clean with a paper towel. I do wash them in warm soapy water tho. haha And no matter who says you can use metal on them, I don’t. I always use silicone spatulas and silicone or plastic spoons. Hope this helps

  27. I have both Red Coppper and Copper Chef. I started using them before Xmas! I have used the heck out of them! Baked, fried boiled you name it! I seasoned all the pans as directed. I use them exclusively now but I use silicone utensils only! They both work equally well. The stainless steel is going downstairs in the basement; I’m only keeping my big soup pot up in the kitchen! I’m so over shining and cleaning stainless, so after 43 years goodbye to it! I love both these cookware brands and will continue to write reviews on them. Btw, I haven’t put them in the dishwasher I simply rinse them in my hot soapy water, I rinse and dry them, it only takes a moment! Since nothing gets burnt on there is no use for the dishwasher! Generally I wash them as soon as I’m done cooking so that by the time we are done eating we only have plates and cutlery to do!

  28. The Flip 2 pieces of salmon took off my metal crate and bottom was scratched

  29. Jeanne Lemley | January 1, 2017 at 5:14 pm | Reply

    I bought the red copper in a store. I washed it and then put it in over with light coating of oil and directed. When wiping excess oil I got a red tinge on paper towel. That really concerns me……what is the red and will it also get in my food ???

  30. I have copper chef and love it. Super hot stuff sticks a little sometimes but with soap water and my fingers I can wash it off with ease. Yes I use a sponge too. My favorite part of this over red copper or the other ceramic metal pans is the handle. It’s round. Your hand gets a nice grip without hurting your hands unlike the other pans with their flat handles.

    • I agree about the handles and since they are hollow, it helps make the pan light-weight. I find them so easy to clean. I wish I had an entire set of them – I would throw all my others away. I love it also because I can use it on my 2 NuWave induction cooktops – can’t do that with the Red Copper.

  31. My husband bought me the Red Copper set with the deep square pan. I love it. Nothing sticks, the paint holds up beautifully, I baked a cake in the square deep pan without preparing it with anything . It slid right out the pan. I cook everything and do not have to use oil. Red Copper has better handlesoon, and when you order the Square deep pan, you can pay to get more copper coating added on to pan.

  32. I have scoured the Internet on reviews o these two similar square pans. This site has MANY positive reviews while some others just torch both pans saying the pans start to stick immediately as well as exposing that there isn’t a touch of copper in either one but just coloring.
    What attracts me to either pan –however I’m leaning towards the Copper Chef — is the versatility they advertise. If it does even 50% of it I’m willing to give it a try but ONLY because, and like Nicole, I can buy it at Bed Bath & Beyond so that I can return it immediately if not satisfied.


    • Great idea about buying it from BBB because they basically put a lifetime guarantee on all the products they sell in their store. You can keep bringing it back if you have an issue. I too love it and want to give it a try. Thanks again or the idea.

    • I own the Copper Chef round skillet and am looking to buy more of them. Never had a problem with the one I have. Very light but holds up to repeated use. Hope this helps a bit.

    • I highly recommend not buying the copper chef, it did not hold up to it’s claims, I babied it and it still scratched; emails sent to manufacturer have yielded no responses.

      Very dissatisfied and out the money.

      • Thank you! I too have the Copper Chef pan since May of 2016. I thought it was the greatest pan I had ever used UNTIL it started flaking off the bottom!! I have only used silicon utensils in it and only washed it with a sponge and soapy hot water, yet the bottom of it is covered in scratched and all four corners have spots that have come off and its white underneath. I contacted the Customer Service via email and have gone back and forth with them, I sent them five pictures and they said I must have used metal utensils or heated the pan too much- ah, NO I have not!! It has never been in an oven hotter than 350 degrees and I have never used metal anything on it. This is a great pan for about 8 months-then it started to fall apart and I am afraid what that coating is putting in any food!!

    • WOW – I didn’t know you could buy it at BBB. But I have both – Red Copper and Copper Chef – I would buy Copper Chef again in a heart beat and if they come out with other pots & pans, I will buy more. I am going to throw my Red Copper away since it sticks like crazy. Have never had the Copper Chef stick and cooks and cleans like a dream.

  33. Joanne Schifini | December 17, 2016 at 12:42 am | Reply

    I just bought the Copper Chef deep square pan and square frying pan with utensils. We will be using it on our wood stove to cook. We are just two people and it cooked our pork roast as well if not better than running our propane oven at 325 degrees for 40 minutes. This will save us lots of propane. We have three setting on the wood stove cook surface: High, Medium, and Low by using trivets. We love having the see through cover.

  34. June Stephenson | October 19, 2016 at 11:53 pm | Reply

    I was given as a gift the 5 piece square roasting , frying pan, I also bought a 10″ Copper Chef, I love them. I also bought 12″ frying Red Copper pan so far I like that one also. I will need more time to cook in these as I do cook a lot so I will give a followup on my findings. The red copper says you can use metal utensils, Copper Chef says not to use metal utensils. I only use non metal on all of mine, taking no chances.

  35. I have the red copper pan. The very first time I used it on my continuous grate stove the paint on the bottom of the pan scraped off only the grates. Would not recommend unless you have a smooth cooktop.

    • I agree. From the minute I used the 10″ round and square pans (Red Copper) the outside scratched terribly. The red color on the outside scratched from the old coils on my stove. This was why I was looking to see if the Copper Chef was better. Now that I spent $40 ($20 each) on the pans that scratched, I want to be careful before I spend more. My 43 year old Farberware pots and pans I received for a Wedding gift are in great shape, but of course they are not non-stick and have seen their share of pits in the pots, not the fryers. Probably from their daily Brillo scrubs, but they shine to a beautiful shine as new almost. (I still love them but not for eggs and other sticky foods such as bacon and caramel). The question is, can you really broil in the Copper Chef pans as I know that you can’t in the Red Chef. However, the Red Chef is 1/2″larger but scratches. They are the same price now. I am looking for the Square pan that has the cover and fryer (5 pcs) for $59.99, old price in ad above (online and Walmart). What are the other downfalls?

      • Copper Chef now has an 11″ square pan. I ordered one from QVC which includes the 11″ pan, glass lid, steamer insert, fry basket and a glass press to flatten your foods out. Starting at midnight tonight online and at 7:00 a.m. tomorrow in the store, Sam’s has the set (excluding glass press) along with a 10″ fry pan for $49.98.

    • Joyce thompson | January 2, 2017 at 11:25 pm | Reply

      My round Red Coppet sauté pan does not set level on my glass top stove. Rocks really bad.

  36. I want the copper chef and heard great things from friends. Then I see the red copper infamercial. The very bottom looks thicker and better made. It is cheaper as well. Now does anyone use the red Copper? I really do not know what to buy now.

    • I use the red copper pan and love it. Food does not stick to it and it cleans easily. We cook eggs, pancakes, veggies all with little or no oil in it easily. But I do not recommend using metal utensils in it. I whisked an egg in it with a fork and now there are a few very tiny scratches so I won’t be doing that again. Otherwise I LOVE it.

    • Get the Copper Chef. I heard the red comes off the red copper and heard nothing but great things about Copper chef. I’ll be getting mine at bed bath and beyond with my 20% coupon which makes it $60. Cheaper then the Red copper as you have to pay $10 shipping with it.

    • I took the copper chef out of the box at Kohls, and it isn’t very heavy. Also the steamer insert for red copper has legs which allows a little more broth or water to be put in the pan. I don’t care if red copper scratches on the outside, I want a heavier pan, a good steamer insert, and 10″ vs 9 1/2 helps too. Great price also.
      So Red Copper is my choice.

      • My steamer insert for the copper chef pan has the legs and and also came with 3 ceramic knives which I love, along with the basket for frying. $59.00 at Walmart
        It is 9 1/2 ” but when cooking for two and occasionally 4 people, it works great.

    • I have the red copper and have for almost a year. I don’t like it at all (will probably throw or give them away). I can’t use them on my NuWave induction cooktop and they stick like crazy. For scrambled eggs, I had to go back to my cast iron pans because they stuck in the red copper so bad. That is until I got my Copper Chef. I have had it for 2-3 months and hardly ever use my cast iron any more. I love the Copper Chef (does NOT stick) and will buy more when I can.

      • I have the red copper square 10 in. skillet. I use it every day! Nothing has ever stuck and it wipes clean with a paper towel. I can’t imagine what people are doing to make foods stick to it. Also, my husband bought it for me at Walmart and I’m sure that if I was not satisfied they would refund his money. They are just as good about returns as BBB on anything for any reason!

        • Thank you Sharon, I feel the same way. People who are scratching this have been eating teflon for years! Also agree, if you want to be able to return them without issues, don’t buy them from TV! I’ve seen them at Walmart, Big Lots, Sams, and many other stores. I love my Red Copper pan from Walmart. Nothing has ever been stuck to the inside except on the bolts where they attach the handle. Just let it soak a bit. Never tried Copper Chef but tempted to buy a pan to see the differences.

          • lori payton | June 14, 2017 at 3:15 pm |

            I am thinking that the people that are having issues with them sticking, perhaps did not treat them before using them?? maybe??. I love my Red Copper!!!

  37. Thanks for the comments

  38. Are these basically like Orgreenic? The red copper looks like it’s from orgreenic mfg.

    • Well if it has anything to do with “orgreenic” I wouldn’t touch it with a 10′ pole. I got that green pan and it sux!!!!!

  39. Cathy Broadway | July 11, 2016 at 3:51 am | Reply

    But….can you use metal utensils in the Cooper Chef square pan?

    • Yes, I use metal whisk and utinsels in mine. I don’t make it a habit, but still haven’t scratched. I had the Red Copper set and ended up getting rid of the 10″ after a while because it started sticking and lost it’s flat bottom surface causing it to cook uneven.

      • Not recommended to use metal also cook on medium or can stick this is a great pan. I have one too!

      • How long were you using the Red Chef that it is sticking and what did you use to clean the pan? Brillo (SOS) or an abrasive? I don’ think they can handle the steel wool after a while even though it doesn’t say so. Just like the Teflon, every scratched that. This just takes longer to show.

    • The Copper Chef company does not recommend using metal utensils. To keep your pans nice and take no chances on scratching them, it is worth the money to purchase silicone utensils.

  40. Naomi Wooten | June 5, 2016 at 6:20 pm | Reply

    I purchased the Copper Chef set and I don’t usually buy anything off the TV. After using them for awhile I had to tell my brother so they also ordered a set. I absolutely love them. I also orderedy daughter a set and she’s thrilled with hers. Can’t even begin to tell you how much I love them.

    • Naomi Wooten | June 5, 2016 at 6:21 pm | Reply

      Thank you

      • I just ordered the copper chef pan. Hope I do like it. It looks very handy for many great meals to prepare.

        • I want the copper chef and heard great things from friends. Then I see the red copper infamercial. The very bottom looks thicker and better made. It is cheaper as well. Now does anyone use the red Copper? I really do not know what to buy now.

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