I have a larger set of these (that I paid ~$400 for) and I wouldn’t buy again. The ceramic coating loses its nonstick quality all too quickly, and chips at the edges of the pot. I could live with those things, but the pots and pans are stupid heavy. Like, two hands for a 10 inch frypan heavy. I have been buying Ninja Neverstick by the piece and so far it is vastly preferable, both for nonstick properties and for the huge difference in weight.
@Amazonite same here, I don’t hate my swilling ceramic pans, but I recently bought a forged in fire mini pan and it is sooo much better that I think I’m going to sell off the ones that I rarely used and get new stuff
I buy my nonstick pans at a restaurant supply store (GFS). The way I abuse them, they last about two years before I need to replace them, meaning eggs start to stick , and at $10-15 each, it’s totally worth it.