Which is Better – Scapan or Cuisinart?
While this Scanpan review primarily looks at Scanpan cookware, we decided to compare it to other familiar household cookware brands.
In order to compare Scanpan and Cuisinart we will look at the nonstick coating, where they are manufactured, induction readiness, whether they are safe for oven use, and price.
Cuisinart offers a number of affordable cookware sets and a few individual pans as well. The Cuisinart cookware ranges include: CastLite Non-Stick Cast Iron Cookware (available in 8”, 10”, and 12”), the Chef’s Classic Non-Stick Stainless, MultiClad Pro Non-Stick Skillets, and the MultiClad Pro.
Overall, the Cuisinart cookware are nonstick, oven ready, dishwasher and broiler-safe, induction ready (not all of the Scanpancookware ranges are induction compatible), available in different colors (differ depending on the model), have tapered rims for drip-free pouring, and are generally less expensive than the Scanpan cookware.
However, the price difference is most likely because the Cuisinart cookware are manufactured in China, while the Scanpan cookware are produced in Europe.
Many people, therefore, believe that the Scanpan cookware range is of superior quality.
After all, you do get what you pay for.