From: jacksonville, FL
Date: Jan 17, 2014
item #L10SK3 is described as a 12" skillet. The bottom of the skillet is usually 1-2 inches smaller. Can I get that bottom measurement please?
Can I get the bottom measurement on skillet #L8SK3 as well?
Hi, the L10SK3 has a 10" bottom diameter and a 12" top diameter. The L8SK3 has an 8" bottom diameter and a 10" top diameter. Thank you.
From: Jackson, Ms.
Date: Dec 12, 2013
Is the quantity actually 2 skillets? I just received my purchase and it had two skillets in the box. That is great if I actually purchased two skillets.
It is only one skillet that is listed with this item number. I would check your receipt to see if you were charged for two skillets. Thanks!
Date: Nov 09, 2013
Where (what country) are the Lodge Manufacturing skillets made?
These skillets are made in the USA.
From: Newark, CA
Date: Sep 09, 2012
I notice that many of your fry pans, 12", is a pre-seasoned one. I thought these weren't very good. The older models, i.e. Griswold (Erie) weren't seasoned. You did it yourself. What makes yours better? Any what are the benefits to a pre-seasoned one. ????
Hi. The benefits of a pre-seasoned one is that it's ready to use. According to Lodge, "Our award winning foundry seasoning produces cast iron of equal quality to Grandma’s prized hand-me-downs. Lodge’s foundry seasoning is similar to a home-seasoning method, but on a larger scale.
The cast iron is sprayed with a soy-based vegetable oil and then baked on at a very high temperature. The heat allows the oil to penetrate into the iron, creating a black patina finish with superior appearance and performance than home seasoning."
Please see the link below to their site regarding the seasoning: http://www.lodgemfg.com/use-care-seasoned-cast-iron.asp
Date: Nov 02, 2010
what is it's weight
This skillet is 8 pounds.
Date: Sep 20, 2010
Yes, this skillet is seasoned but you need to make sure that you apply a light coat of vegetable oil after each cleaning.
Date: Oct 06, 2009
Is the skillet new or has it been used?
This item is new