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SOLIDteknics nöni Seamless Stainless Saucepan

Editor's Rating
4.7?
Discovered on 2017-07-20

Go from disposable to multi-century cookware with the SOLIDteknics nöni Seamless Stainless Saucepan. This single piece cookware instantly upgrades your cooking experiences. With a patent pending design, the nöni Saucepan is a world first. It features monobloc indestructible durability and is free from rivets, welds, and even screws. In addition, the small batch German ferritic stainless steel has fast and even conduction on a variety of heat sources, including induction. The interior has a fine radial brush design while the exterior is wonderfully satin smooth. With no synthetic coatings, the nöni Saucepan is also non-toxic and totally safe. The innovative handles are specially vented to help dissipate heat. Made in Australia, the handle also features a cut out of the Australian flag. Finally, the 23cm lid offers innovation on its own. You can use the lid as a warming plate on top of the saucepan, or as a separate high-performance flat skillet. Multi-function, multi-generation cookware innovation.

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Overview & Specs
Size :
2.5L
Lid :
23cm
Heat Sources :
Induction, Gas, Ceramic, Halogen, Electric, Oven, Fire
Material :
Ferritic German Stainless Steel
Features :
Vented Handles, Australian Flag Cut Out, Skillet Lid
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David L.
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Yesterday I received a letter from TNT asking me for 108€ as custom fees for my nöni 2.5L saucepan...
Simran Khalsa
Review from Kickstarter
My noni saucepan and skillet lid arrived in California this week. (No tracking, so other US backers, be on the lookout!). I made a potato leek soup in the saucepan and a grilled cheese to go with it on the skillet lid as an inaugural meal. Delicious!
I wasn't expecting the skillet lid to be as sturdy and solid as it is, but it seems just right for years of warp free use from broiler to oven to range to lid, or as an extra layer under my saucepan on the range when I want especially slow cooking over my not very adjustable burners.
The arrival of the set and trying them out tipped me over to backing the current noni campaign. I am ambivalent about replacing my cast-iron with the sauteuse bombee, but probably should since I regularly strip the seasoning by using my go-to pan (perfect size and heat distribution) for one-pot meal creation, and very rarely fry alone. I might start with frying (caramelized onions!), but then in goes the vegies with steamy moisture and all seasoning is for naught.
The only thing that would make the saucepan more useful would be a double boiler (that could be used as a pot on its own???), though fortunately I have a bowl that will work for that, and a steamer, though I also have a colander/steamer insert I can use for that. Those would allow me to count it as a direct replacement for the (smaller) saucepan and double boiler currently on my above stove pot rack, and let those go (though I am likely to anyway once I test my bowl double boiler set-up with the new saucepan). Space is a premium.
Rebecca Ramsay
Review from Kickstarter
@ryanbrush - our apologies we have just seen your message now :) Not old, just wise - great to know all is well!!
@samanthadonsky and @jonathan - to confirm I believe our service team have been in contact with you already?
@rajesh - we understand your situation has been rectified?
@robertc - our deepest apologies we missed your comment, thank you for your feedback and support, we would definetly be happy to discuss further via email - info@solidteknics.com
Samantha Donsky
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Hi. I pledged for a phase two saucepan without lid. Is there any way I can add the lid at this point? I’m not sure why I didn’t do it in the first place! �
Ryan Brush
Review from Kickstarter
I received all 11pieces from my pledge today. I must be old because I am excited about cookware. What have I become?...
Jonathan
Review from Kickstarter
My pledge was for Phase 3, delivery date next year. The AUS-ion pans (skillet and sauteuse) that were included in the pledge however were meant to be delivered December , and I haven't heard nor seen anything about them. Any news?
Ryan Brush
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Fedex is contacting me asking about the shipment so they can pass it through customs. They want to know your business address, but it is not on your website as far as I can find. Can you please give the address of your company?
Robert C.
Review from Kickstarter
Wow I expected some comment or questions more about what I commented about but did not expect nothing.
Rajesh
Review from Kickstarter
Rebecca very unhappy with your handling of the discussed situation in regards to replacement of the saucepan I have sent you an email Rajesh
Robert C.
Review from Kickstarter
Got my noni without shipping notice. The only warning was the update here saying all of the early batch was shipped.
love the weight and feel of it. Solidteknics I recommend you go over your press/mold you are using both my lid and pan have small bumps in them towards the center of each.
Also recommend you round the cuts in the lid. The weight of the lid and thinness of the handle force you grip tight or use leverage in areas that apply pressure in the open spaces. Also not likely to happen in normal use but I sliced my thumb on the large space in the length of the handle. I rested my thumb in what seemed like a natural place in the widest gap it felt good there just a little sharpness from the edges. In this position I handed to a friend to get a look at it and when they took it and moved it closer to them my thumb slid up the handle and got cut when it got pinched in the groove. Like I said this is not likely to happen in normal use but thought you should be aware of the possibility.
Anthony
Review from Kickstarter
It has arrived, looks pretty impressive - especially the lid. Will test it out and do a proper review after a few cooks.
Anthony
Review from Kickstarter
Excited.. got a shipping notice !
Rebecca Ramsay
Review from Kickstarter
@ James Ballingall : Hah hah James! Yes, we have to admit we're guilty as charged of creating higher expectations for cookware among chefs and serious cooks! Before we came along nobody knew you could have seamless indestructible multi-century cookware that was also sustainable, healthy and cooked better than the disposable imports. It was a real pleasure to meet you in person at Fine Foods show in Sydney recently. We love all our supporters, and it is always wonderful to meet you in person, and thank you in person for putting your faith in our new Australian cookware industry. Happy Cooking! PS. watch those credit cards: we do have a new Kickstarter launching within weeks.....and shipping in time for giving multi-generation First Edition Christmas presents to all the cooks you love!
Rebecca Ramsay
Review from Kickstarter
@Allen : yes, it has been a while, and we can blame the boss! Mark Henry writes our updates personally, and he was at our Fine Foods Sydney booth last wek, in USA this week expanding our US distribution (and hanging out with some top Aussie chefs making their mark there). He has photos from production of our Fast Faithful limited edition production and will post those next week.....unless he gets time earlier on a plane ;-). Meanwhile, you can rest assured that none of the team has been idle. Production of that first batch is on track for October shipping as promised, and all following phases are on track for shipping according to their promised schedules. When you consider we're developing the world's first production seamless wrought stainless cookware production, from scratch, that is an almost miraculous timeline. We are continually amazed and grateful for what our Sydney manufacturing team achieves, despite all the technical hurdles, and pioneering this whole new Australian cookware industry. We're proud, and we think you will be too when you see the quality they have achieved with nöni. Happy Cooking!
Allen
Review from Kickstarter
@Creator, any progress on this project since 29 August update? It's been quiet here for over 3 weeks.
James ballingall
Review from Kickstarter
You guys need to stop. I have a serious problem. I can't buy 'normal' cookware as my expectations are now so astronomical that one would think me a cookware snob of sorts. This sort of social dissonance is not really acceptable, and all your fault. When's the next pot coming out? �
Rebecca Ramsay
Review from Kickstarter
@Alastair: many thanks for supporting our Kickstarter with your pledge for a set of nöni plus AUS-ION! You will soon see why we call them a perfect match: seasoned wrought iron for natural nonstick, and ferritic stainless for all wet/acidic cooking. We believe every cook interested in healthy and sustainable cooking needs a mix of both ranges. More nöni and AUS-ION innovations coming soon! Happy Cooking!
Rebecca Ramsay
Review from Kickstarter
@Hesham: apologies, but somehow in the mad rush we missed your comment here. Yes, per the text in the rewards, every nöni pan in this campaign is stamped First Edition. The First Edition pans are just divided up into different batches according to Early Bird, Phase 2, etc, due to limitations in factory capacity and material availability. It is only the AUS-ION pans in the sets that aren't First Edition, because they're already at retail. Happy Cooking!
Alastair McMillan
Review from Kickstarter
Congratulations guys on such a successful project, Cant wait to see Noni and the other pans in the set!
Hesham
Review from Kickstarter
Is the early bird 2.5 L Naoni saucepan in the early bird 4x deal first edition or in the second run?
Rebecca Ramsay
Review from Kickstarter
Hi @Murray McDonald - we would recommend changing your address as soon as it is confirmed you are moving and have your new address details :)
Murray McDonald
Review from Kickstarter
Apparently I am moving house. Should I change my pledge with the new address?
Rebecca Ramsay
Review from Kickstarter
Hi @Taylor Ingram, we are unable to swap out the size of the skillet. It could create logisitical errors. The 30cm is a beautiful pan and an ideal companion. Thank you in advance for your support - Happy Cooking!
Taylor Ingram
Review from Kickstarter
For the early bird trio can we get a small skillet? or is the 30cm the only one available for that tier
Rebecca Ramsay
Review from Kickstarter
@ Leonard : Our stainless steel has the same maintenance methods as all others. Here's a good guide from Wiki: http://www.wikihow.com/Clean-Stainless-Steel-Cookware .
The only thing we'd disagree with is their old school knowledge of 'stainless should have an aluminum or copper core or bottom'. We're proving that you no longer need that excessive engineering to achieve good and even conduction. We also don't bother seasoning our stainless pans, because we would prefer to use well-seasoned iron pans ( www.solidteknics.com/ion ) for any high temperature oil/fat based frying/grilling in skillets. Stainless for all liquids, boiling, acidic sauces, slow cooking, etc: all the things that strip seasoning off. Nothing is as durable as seamless 1 piece stainless for all those. Happy Cooking!
Rebecca Ramsay
Review from Kickstarter
@Alastair, thank you for the update. We are glad to know you go to the bottom on it, we appreciate your enquiry so yes as you suggested we can let others know should they encounter a similar experience.
Alastair McMillan
Review from Kickstarter
Hi Rebecca, Regarding the charge i saw on the day of making the pledge, it appears to be an authorization charge, this is what kickstarter responded with: Due to Kickstarter’s funding model, we don’t charge backers at the time of pledging. Instead, backers are only charged for a pledge if the project meets the deadline and reaches its funding goal. Pledges for higher level reward tiers are subject to an authorization check. It looks like your pledge falls within this range. Authorizations function in different ways, depending on your bank. Some authorizations will drop after a few days, while others may be in place until the project ends. We recommend that you contact your bank for more details about their authorization procedure. Hope this helps others if they see a similar charge.
Leonard Foo
Review from Kickstarter
Rebecca would you guys be so kind as to post up a guide on proper cleaning of the stainless steel pot and lid/skillet should it have food stuck on them or stubborn stains? Thanks in advance!
Rebecca Ramsay
Review from Kickstarter
@ Grant : Neither of our nöni pans need seasoning: they are the same maintenance as all stainless pans (almost none). The Skillet-lid can be a little discoloured by heavy frying/grilling, but can always be restored with enough elbow grease (again, like all stainless). The nöni Skillet-lid does fit our 22cm AUS-ION Sauteuse pan reasonably well, increasing the usefulness of that pan too. Happy Cooking!
Rebecca Ramsay
Review from Kickstarter
@ Tracey James : Sorry Tracey, but we don't allow pick-ups from our Sydney factory. It is not a public place, and really not set up for customer service. We think our courier fees are fair, on balance, since we need to charge the same price for Australia-wide delivery (Kickstarter doesn't give an option for postcode-tailored fees). In the end, city folk pay a little extra, and country folk pay a little less, so it all balances to zero in the end, for us, and for Karma! Happy Cooking!
Grant
Review from Kickstarter
Hello. Does the skillet and saucepan need seasoning? Or does it maintain its shiny stainless steel colour? Will the skillet lid clean up shiny or leave dark marks on the lid from cooking? Also will the skillet lid for the 22cm AUS ion satin sauté pan? Thank you.
Tracey James
Review from Kickstarter
Hi Rebecca would it be possible to do a pick up of pledge? Instead of shipping?
Rebecca Ramsay
Review from Kickstarter
@ Michael Thien :
We saw the message Michael - thank you. We don't always respond on a Sunday night though ;-). We did discuss it here, and though we've never done it for past campaigns, we can do it this time because a lot of new supporters might be only finding out about AUS-ION wrought iron for the first time. It's kind of a painful manual process though, adding the correct retail price for the extra pan, plus calculating extra shipping, but we can do it if you bear with us. The other little thing to watch for is that these situations don't work with the Kickstarter database, and we need to make a note to manually adjust when it comes time to packing and shipping. So, yes, possible, but a bit of work and risk of human error. Natasha will respond to your message directly when she gets back to work. Thank you for backing our Kickstarter, and Happy Cooking!
Michael Thien
Review from Kickstarter
Hi Rebecca. I sent a message but you might not be checking them so I'll post here. I have backed the fast faithful pledge, but I would still like the opportunity to add the 30cm skillet to it. Am I able to up my pledge to add the skillet to my pledge? Otherwise I will have to back the early bird trio instead. Thanks.
Rebecca Ramsay
Review from Kickstarter
@ Alastair McMillan :
Thank you for letting us know. It sounds strange, so worth checking with Kickstarter. Happy Cooking!
Alastair McMillan
Review from Kickstarter
Thanks @Rebecca Ramsay, the amount is pending but it's definitely a deduction, very specific amount of $375.40, I'll speak to the kickstarter team and see what they think.
Rebecca Ramsay
Review from Kickstarter
@ Alastair McMillan :
Firstly, huge thanks for your big commitment for the full 'set for life' reward. Regarding the strange account issue, it's Kickstarter's system, and their principle is they won't deduct payment from backers until a campaign (successfully) closes. Are you sure it's a real deduction, or just an 'authorisation'? It seems strange that there's been an arbitrary partial deposit taken by either Kickstarter or your card issuer? We've never seen this before, and the only thing we could find on Kickstarter FAQs was this: https://www.kickstarter.com/help/faq/backer+questions… . Beyond that it's really a Kickstarter systems issue or bank issue we can't control, so please approach them directly for an explanation if it still seems weird. Let us know what you find out. Cheers!
Alastair McMillan
Review from Kickstarter
Hey guys, Just a question about payment, I pledged the set for life set and I can see $385 has come out of my account, will the balance be taken out on the 28th August?
Luke Crowe
Review from Kickstarter
Hello, thanks for your reply, I had signed up, but missed the email in the morning - all good - still got there in time. I'd agree - there is debate about the effects of Nickel in cookware (and I studied biochemistry) - but as you say, it's better not to have your cookware leaching Nickel into your food, as I've never heard any discussion about humans needing to add Nickel to their diet, which suggests, to me, we don't need any extra from the saucepans we use to cook our food.
Rebecca Ramsay
Review from Kickstarter
@ Luke Crowe:
Thank you for your kind words of support! We're glad you found our Kickstarter campaign Luke, and we are very grateful for your pledge for the Fast Faithful: the rarest of all rare First Editions! We sent a notice to everyone on our Solid Supporters list within minutes of launching: that's the best way to find out first! Sign up - we've got lots more innovation coming! www.solidteknics.com/contact Yes, non-Nickel stainless doesn't leach Nickel, though we don't want to emphasise that too much. We don't want to be alarmist, and we're also not biochemists, so we can't give an expert opinion on the matter, particularly when the best scientists are still undecided. However, generally we like to err on the side of caution when it comes to health, and we'd prefer not to risk the Nickel stainless alloys for cookware (most of the cookware on the market, eg. 18/8, 18/10, 316, etc.). Happy Cooking!
Luke Crowe
Review from Kickstarter
This is fantastic. The no-nickel stainless is a massive health benefit. I managed to get a Fast Faithful pledge in and cannot wait to add this pan to my complete AUS-ION Satin collection from your last campaign - they are amazing, and I'm sure this will be too. Brilliant innovation from an Aussie company - Well done!
Rebecca Ramsay
Review from Kickstarter
@ Grant : We would go with the nöni Skillet-lid. We designed them to work perfectly together. While our AUS-ION wrought iron lid will always be more nonstick (when the iron is well seasoned), for things where that is important (eggs, fish, crêpes) this nöni lid is a very good skillet in its own right. We would always say you need a mixture of both iron and stainless in a kitchen. You could indeed use any lid on the nöni saucepan - totally up to you - but it wouldn't work quite as well, and wouldn't be a First Edition nöni lid!
Grant
Review from Kickstarter
Thanks for the responses. Sorry I meant am I better purchase the saucepan without the lid and buy an actual ion skillet. Was not sure of the point of cooking on the lid skillet as not ion. I could buy a cheap lid if I needed a lid and buy a ion skillet. Trying to understand the point in the skillet lid as could purchase a ion skillet of yours and use that and not bother with a stainless steel lid. Or does the lid really rock haha? Am I missing something.
Rebecca Ramsay
Review from Kickstarter
@ Murray and Grant : While it would be possible to use our 24cm crepe pan as a lid for this nöni saucepan, Murray is correct in saying that the moisture/heat/time involved really strips the seasoning from under iron lids, often rusting them during cooking. While it's possible to use any lid of similar diameter, or a universal lid with wide diameter range, it just wouldn't be quite the same if not a matching First Edition lid.....but still cool if that's the way you'd prefer to go!
Murray McDonald
Review from Kickstarter
My thoughts is the skillet would suffer rust/oxidation from the moisture pushing up against it as you simmer etc. I would simply use a cheap traditional 23cm lid and invest in a separate pan if you don't like the stainless lid for cooking.
Grant
Review from Kickstarter
Would you be better getting a small flat AUS ion skillet or the lid? I backed the pan and lid but not of use of lid if AUS ion skillet would be better? Thanks
Rebecca Ramsay
Review from Kickstarter
@ Shaylene Singh : We are thrilled to have your support! Thank you for being a faithful backer and for helping us share the Aussie cookware love. Happy Cooking!
Adrian Wynne
Review from Kickstarter
Thanks
Shaylene Singh
Review from Kickstarter
So thrilled about this! Great timing as I am looking at stocking my kitchen for my new home, will go so nicely alongside my other 2 cast iron pans from you, absolutely love your products.