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SSMDYLYM Portable Round Non Stick Frying Pan for Outdoor Camping

$100

SSMDYLYM Portable Round Non Stick Frying Pan for Outdoor Camping

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Product description

Material: Imitation Stone Non-Stick Coating, Stainless Steel, Plastic, Hard Alumina
Colour: Black
Product Size: 235 X 45 X 45mm/9.25 X 1.77 X 1.77"
Net Weight: 430g
Gross Weight: 430g
Application: Electric Ceramic Stove, Electric Stove, Halogen Stove, Gas Stove
Easy to clean and bid farewell to greasy, just gently-wipe it clean as new.
Stainless steel composite pot bottom, uniform heating, universal induction cooker.
The heat conduction quick frying is more energy-saving, and the heat transfer is fast and the frying can be done on a low fire.
The handle is anti-scalding and is folded in half for easy carrying.
Double-handle design, double-opening fixing is not easy to roll over.
Note:
1. In order to extend the service life of non-stick pan, it is recommended to use a silicone spatula.
2. Due to the different monitor and light effect, the actual color of the item might be slightly different from the color showed on the pictures. Thank you!
3. Please allow 1-3mm measuring deviation due to manual measurement.

SSMDYLYM Portable Round Non Stick Frying Pan for Outdoor Camping

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