The Swiss Inox SI7000 eighteen-piece stainless steel cookware set features an impressive nine-ply capsulated bottom design. This is a huge induction set that’s perfect for larger families and professionals, or even for the consumer who loves to host.
Swiss Inox SI7000 Eighteen-Piece Stainless Steel Cookware Set Overview: Specs and Features
Each of the pots in this set come with a heat management thermometer knob, which allows you to closely control the temperature you’re cooking at. This set is also compatible with a wide range of stovetops including, gas, and electric, ceramic and, of course, induction.
In this set you’ll find a 1.6L-casserole dish with lid, 1.7-quart saucepan, 3.1-casserole with lid, frying basket, mixing bowl with lid, two bake lite mats, suction knob, 2.9L fry pan, 3L steamer, 3.3-quart, 6.2-quart saucepans with lids, strainer, and 4.3-quart frying pan.
Most consumers reported that they were blown away by the quality of this set. The many layers of heat induction on the bottom promotes even heat distribution and faster cooking times. All of the components work well together and actually make cooking fun again. This set also comes with a couple of trivets, but many consumers found the trivets too small for use. The included strainer basket also comes with a lid. All of the handles have plastic located under them, which helps to keep them cool to the touch at all times. The manufacturer warns against turning the heat up too high otherwise you risk melting the handles.
Pros and Cons as Provided by Consumers for this Induction Cookware Set
Pros: Due to the high sheen surface, cleanup is very easy. Because of the multi-layer construction all pots and pans heat up quickly. As a handy safety precaution, all of the lids are equipped with a built-in temperature indicator. The perfect set for larger families in need of a reasonably priced induction compatible set.
Cons: Some consumers were disappointed with the size of the skillet, stating it’s very small and can only hold about one steak. However, it’s fairly deep and able to hold an impressive sixty-three ounces of liquid. Some consumers were disappointed about the size of this cookware set. The set is advertised as an eighteen-piece set, but lids and other components count as pieces of the set. Please be sure to carefully read the product description before purchasing. Keep in mind that the pots and pans need to be hand dried in order to prevent water spots.
Conclusion and Rating for the Swiss Inox Cookware Set
Consumers gave this set a rating of four out of five stars for low maintenance, temperature indicator knobs, solid construction and reasonable pricing. This set is more than adequate when cooking a large meal and can cook a variety of dishes at low temperatures in a fraction of the time, which is the true beauty of induction cooktops and cookware.