Hestan is offering its NanoBond cookware in a 5-piece set. The cookware is made from bonded stainless steel featuring patented titanium nanotechnology.
Due to the purity of the aluminum core, NanoBond is said to be 35% more heat conductive compared to other aluminum-clad cookware, the company said.
Other attributes of the cookware, according to the company, include skillets with 20% increased cooking surface; flush rivets inside and out for easy cleaning and nesting; sealed rims to enhance durability; flared rim design for easy pouring; metal utensil and dishwasher safe; ergonomically designed French-style stainless steel handles with optimum dimensions; and high heat tolerance of up to 1,050 degrees Fahrenheit.
The new 5-piece set will include an 11-inch open skillet, a 2-quart covered sauce pan and a 3.5-quart sauté pan. The Hestan NanoBond cookware set carries a suggested retail price of $799.