Bialetti, which is distributed in the U.S. by Bradshaw Home, has improved its signature Aeternum non-stick ceramic cookware and is bringing the newest version of the line to the market.
According to the company, the new cookware is titanium-infused, which allows for a sturdier ceramic non-stick cooking surface. The coating also makes it metal-utensil safe, the company said, as well as responds faster to heating. Aeternum now comes with riveted, sculpted silicone handles that are oven safe to 450°F, according to Bialetti. The cookware features a white ceramic interior finish, while the exterior is made with a porcelain enameled finish.
“After many years of success with Aeternum, we felt it was time to take advantage of all the current technology that exists, and produce a newer and better version of this line,” said Chris Welch, director of product management at Bradshaw Home. “We’ve added a tougher interior surface durable enough to withstand metal utensil use, and a harder exterior that stands up to today’s high heat stovetops.”
The line includes an 8-inch, 10-inch, and 12-inch sauté; 2-quart sauce pan; 12-inch deep sauté; and 11-inch stir fry. The pieces are also available in a 10-piece set, which carries a suggested manufacturers price of $179.99.