Rated 4 out of 5 by 9
Rated 2 out of 5 by luvdavid CHEAP QUALITY!!!!!!
This is a really nice design for cooking small items, such as a fish filet or a small steak.
Also, it is very colorful and just a fun item for the kitchen. The problem is that it is very flimsy and cheaply made. Obviously it is not going to hold up over time. Rachel has such great ideas for kitchen items. The problem is with the implementation and manufacturing of her ideas.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Jojim Dimensions are WRONG!!
Giving this a 5 star because of the excellent quality. Item description reads ~~ 11 3/4" X 15 1/2" X 1 3/4" this pan is actually 6"X9" It's the perfect little pan for our RV so I will keep it. It's heavy duty and can cook 2 eggs at once.
Rated 2 out of 5 by grandma vee Very tiny
Too small for a family of 5. I am returning this item. The color is pretty but very, very, very tiny.
Rated 5 out of 5 Excellent addition to my kitchen
Rachael Ray never disappoints. This skillet is extremely versatile, even used it to heat soup.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Kap79 Was given to me as a gift
My husband gave me this for Christmas and I love it. The spout is perfect for pouring out that old grease. I would recommend Rachael Ray products to everyone!
Rated 4 out of 5 Nice LITTLE pan.
Smaller than I thought it would be but works well for me. Perfect for bacon and eggs. Easy to handle and cleans up perfectly.
Rated 3 out of 5 by kiper Very Small
Smaller then I thought, holds a pound of hamburger , pours out with ease, I will buy a larger one later, overall it's a great pan, Would recommend as a small fry pan.
Rated 5 out of 5 by big-daddy-vol Rachael Does It Again
This is the latest addition to my Rachael Ray cookware, and she dies it again with this pan. It’s the right size to fry a fish fillets , bacon etc. I would recommend this pan to anyone unless they are cooking in large quantities. It’s just right for one or two people.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Albert M WARNING: smaller than described.
This is a solidly built pan, with an excellent non-stick cooking surface. The sides and bottom of the pan are approximately 1/8th of an inch thick. I must admit I was surprised to find such a small skillet, when I opened the box. The pan is supposed to be a 9 inch skillet, but the product description for the skillet gives the following dimensions: "Measures 11-3/4" x 15-1/2" x 1-3/4". I imagined that the 9 inch measurement must refer to area from the base of the handle, to the front of the pan. Then I imagined that the 11-3/4" must be the measurement from side to side, and the even longer measurement of 15-1/2" would include the distance from the tip of the handle to the front of the pan. You can well understand why I was expecting a much larger pan. The only measurement that seems to be correct is the pan's height of approximately 1-3/4 inches. So, for those of you considering purchasing this pan, the actual dimensions are : 6"D x 9"W. The length of the handle is actually 7 inches, making the distance from the tip of the handle to the front of the pan 13 inches. The height of the pan is approximately 1-3/4 inches. The same incorrect dimensions are also given for the red and blue pans. I hope this will be helpful to others, who wonder about the dimensions that are given in the product description.