Are your old pots and saucepans looking worse for wear? Then give yourself and your kitchen a well-deserved present and a fresh start with the Gravity series – a brand new range of cookware from Eva Solo.
“With this new series of pots and pans which we have designed for Eva Solo, we have tried
to find solutions to some of the problems caused by gravity when standing at the cooker – hence the name of the series,” says Claus Jensen from Tools. “In designing the series, we envisaged how the saucepan lid could rest on the edge of the saucepan, and we saw it as an innovative touch if the ladle could also hang on the edge, even when the lid is on the pot.”
The Gravity series consists of three pots in different sizes, a sauté pot and a frying pan with a non-stick Slip-Let coating and a range of kitchen utensils.
Pots with unique lids and encapsulated bases
Each lid for the pots in the Eva Solo Gravity series can rest on the edge of the pot, preventing sauce and water from dripping onto the table or worktop. Moreover, it is always possible to see the food in the pot because of the glass aperture. The lid also features a built-in steam vent as well as an integrated colander, making it much easier to drain the water from pasta and potatoes. In addition, the pot handles do not get hot. The series is being launched in two colours – Flame and Grey.
Each pot has an sandwich base, comprising two layers of stainless steel encapsulating an aluminium layer for optimum heat distribution. The pots are suitable for all cookers, including magnetic induction. Both the lids and the pots are dishwasher-safe.