The Tools frying pan is made of compound materials, which are ideal for use in cookware. The steel surface is durable and easy to care for. The inner aluminum core between the steel layers conducts heat well, ensuring that food is heated evenly and rapidly. Outer surface is satin finish steel and inner surface is ball blasted steel.
Uncoated pans need oil or butter prior to use. Suitable for all hobs and oven. Dishwasher safe. Always cool a hot pan completely before washing. Let the pan dry upside down. Metal tools may be used with care, but might cause scratches to the surface. Appearing of scratches, heat stains and discoloration after use is possible, but they are only visual changes and don’t effect on functionality or safety.
- Stainless Steel, Aluminum
- Height: 10.7 cm / 4.2 inch
- Depth: 44.1 cm / 17.4 inch
- Diameter: 24.1 cm / 9.5 inch
- Height: 11.6 cm / 4.5 inch
- Depth: 50.8 cm / 20 inch
- Diameter: 27.9 cm / 11 inch
- Handles stay cool
- Multi-layer technology
- Safe for use on gas, electric, glass ceramic, and induction ranges
- Dishwasher safe
What started as a glass factory in Iittala, Finland, today celebrates generations of essential objects that are made to enrich people’s everyday lives. Iittala believes objects should be distinctive, combinable and multi-functional, with lasting design that inspires individual use and expression.
The progressive philosophy of Iittala's design heroes, Kaj Franck and Alvar Aalto, still inspires to keep Iittala forever relevant. They don’t just create beautiful objects. They believe in timeless design that will never be thrown away.
Iittala Tools Frying Pan Designed by:
- Bjorn Dahlstrom , 1998
Born in Stockholm, 1957
Björn Dahlström started his career in the late 70s, working in animated film. In 1978 he became art director and graphic designer for a Stockholm-based advertising agency. In 1982 he founded his own studio, where he focused on graphics, working for well-known companies including Ericsson, Scania and Atlas Copco. Nowadays, he is involved in numerous different projects; his operating range spans from industrial design to furniture, toys, exhibition design and graphics.
He creates design for companies including Finnish kitchenware producer Hackman, Italian brand Magis and Swedish furniture producer CBI. After teaching at Beckmans College of Design, he gained a professorship at the University College of Arts, Crafts and Design in Stockholm. He has received numerous accolades and awards, including the Excellent Swedish Design Award.