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Before we moved into our first RV back in 2014, I was on the search for quality cookware that didn’t compromise our health. As I was shopping on Amazon, I found this 10-piece nesting set, Magma Nesting Cookware for RVs. Even though we had a gas stove, I still ordered the induction safe cookware set because we also had a portable induction cooktop.
The nesting cookware for RVs comes with:
- one 9 1/2″ diameter fry pan
- one 5 quart stock pot
- one lid that fits the fry skillet and stock pot
- one 1 1/2 quart sauce pan
- one 2 quart sauce pan
- one 3 quart sauce pan
- one universal lid that fits all of the sauce pans
- two interchangeable removable handles that fits all of the sauce pans
- one bungee that wraps around the whole set when compact
About the MAGMA COOKWARE for RVs:
- Designed specifically for RV’s and boats
- 100% 18010 mirror polish marine grade stainless steel, encapsulated triple-clad bottoms for superb exven heat distribution.
- Secures conveniently for storage with the included bungee cord.
- Stores in less than a 1/2 cubic foot of space.
- Oven and dishwasher safe
- Total weight 13 pounds
It’s wonderfully compact when stored thus not taking up a lot of valuable space in my RV kitchen storage drawer. The Magma cookware for RVs pieces all stack inside of each other with removable handles which all fit nicely in a 12″x12″ section.
The stainless steel surface makes for better food taste. Cleanup is easy. Sometimes, to get off the hardened on remnants, I will boil baking soda and vinegar to loosen the hardened on food.
No peeling cooking surfaces that give off toxic chemical aroma or fumes.
The NOT so good
The 10-piece set of cookware for RVs cost a little over $200. While a bit pricy for an RV or Boat, the fact that I will be using these everyday as full-time RVers makes the cost a little more palatable.
I noticed when cooking on gas cooktops, I have to make sure the pans are centered over the fire or the handles (made of a hard plastic resin) will melt at the junction part.
The lid knob handle gets hot thus, needing to use pot holders with the rubber grips. The lids knob handles are also small so trying to grip it may be a challenge (reason I use the pot holders listed above). Also, the stock pot handles gets hot; needing to facilitate the use of those pot holders.
All in all, I like the Magma Cookware for RVs. It meets our needs, is safe to cook in and easy to clean. I’d definitely recommend this to or as a gift for an RVer or Boater.
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