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Saucepan - Low - XP
Förje Saucepan - Low - XP

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Extreme Performance Stainless Steel Saucepan Förje Designed with the high expectations of professional chefs in mind, Förje cookware is known for its robust construction and heat diffusing performance.
  • All Förje cookware can be used with a variety of cooking surfaces including induction
  • Fast, even and efficient heat distribution
  • Three-ply cladding extends from the base to the rim
  • Stainless steel handle fitted with stainless steel rivets
  • 'Fine Satin' interior
  • Mirror finish exterior
  • Available in 2 litre capacity
  • Dishwasher safe
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Specifications
MODEL PRODUCT CODE CAPACITY
(ltr)
DIAMETER
(mm)
HEIGHT
(mm)
THICKNESS
(mm)
PRICE
£
SL2XP RFSL2XP 2 180 90 2.535
Features
  • This leading edge cookware is ideal for use on all heat sources including induction
  • Manufactured using three-ply technology (stainless-aluminium-stainless), giving it faster and greater heat absorption and a more even heat-spread over the entire pan
  • The three-ply cladding extends from the base to the rim of the XP range delivering extreme performance over the base as well as the sides of each model
  • The interior has a "fine satin" finish for durability
  • The exterior has a mirror finish for stunning good looks
  • Förje saucepan handles are fitted with heavy duty stainless steel rivets for strength
  • Supplied with lid
  • Dishwasher safe
Accessories
ST234
ST234 Steamer


STEAMER/
PASTA INSERT
PRODUCT
CODE
DESCRIPTIONCAPACITY
(litres)
THICKNESS
(mm)
PRICE
£
ST234 RFST234 Steamer
Suits CH4, CL3, CL3XP, SH4, SL3.
Also suits CH2, SH2, SL2, SL2XP
but the lid L20 should be purchased
to fit the steamer as the lid supplied
with these models does not fit the steamer
2.75 0.6 18

LID
MODEL
PRODUCT
CODE
DIAMETER
(mm)
HEIGHT
(mm)
THICKNESS
(mm)
PRICE
£
L20 RFL20 200 50 0.810

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