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Wok Pan – Non-Stick Stainless Steel Stir Fry Pans With Domed Lid & Bamboo Spatula – Scratch Proof Cookware For Gas, Induction Or Electric Stove

(10 customer reviews)


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Wok Pan – Non-Stick Stainless Steel Stir Fry Pans


Wok Pan - Non-Stick Stainless Steel Stir Fry Pans With Domed Lid & Bamboo Spatula - Scratch Proof Cookware For Gas, Induction Or Electric Stove

Wok Pan – Non-Stick Stainless Steel Stir Fry Pans

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Wok Pan - Non-Stick Stainless Steel Stir Fry Pans With Domed Lid & Bamboo Spatula - Scratch Proof Cookware For Gas, Induction Or Electric Stove



Stainless Steel Dome Lid

Constructed out of stainless steel, makes it stronger for your longer use. Premium components ensure consistent performance regardless of scrapes, bumps or drops.

Wok Spatula

Willow & Everett’s wok includes a premium spatula, with a stainless steel front edge that can slip under any sort of food with ease and premium bamboo handle.

Stainless Steel Handles

Features ergonomic handles on both sides of the pan to make for easy sauteing and transporting from stovetop to oven to dining room table.






Cook Faster & Easier

Our stainless steel wok is premium chef-quality, made with a 3-layer design comprised of rust-resistant, food-safe stainless steel and an aluminum core that means your pan heats up FASTER. Our wok weighs in at 4 pounds and heats up quickly and evenly unlike cheaper and flimsier woks

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Willow & Everett


Stainless Steel, Aluminum, Cast Iron, nonstick

Special Feature

non stick




3 Liters

Compatible Devices

smooth surface induction, gas, electric coil

Product Care Instructions

Oven Safe, Dishwasher Safe

Handle Material

Stainless Steel

Item Weight

6.7 pounds

Has Nonstick Coating


Is Dishwasher Safe


Package Dimensions

22.83 x 13.78 x 5.51 inches


Willow & Everett



Country of Origin


Item model number


10 reviews for Wok Pan – Non-Stick Stainless Steel Stir Fry Pans With Domed Lid & Bamboo Spatula – Scratch Proof Cookware For Gas, Induction Or Electric Stove

  1. Corinne G. Blum

    This is such a nice wok. I love wok cooking and the stainless steel wok, plus the lid and the bamboo handle spoon are very nice to complete the ensemble. You will love this wok…easy to clean and can be used on any type of stove.

  2. Amanda Marques de Almeida

    This wok is a real joker in my kitchen, and of course it needs some care, as for example I don’t advise using the spatula that comes with the wok, because it will surely scratch your frying pan, preferably with silicone or wooden utensils, too never use your wok with high heat, because it will burn and consequently it will stain the pan, I’m really enjoying this wok I recommend it.

  3. Donna Cowie

    Good quality, packaged very well.

  4. Crazy Ivan

    Works good on my glass top stove. Sits flat and stable. Nice quality and good looking set.

  5. richard

    Really cool wok. Great to make homemade fried rice or lo mein. Very big so if you have a small stove i wouldn’t recommend. But love it been using it for awhile now.

  6. Kindle Customer

    The price is what attracted me to this wok, but it far exceeds my expectations. I spent a little extra time researching to see the comments on this brand before purchasing, and they were good. The wok is beautiful stainless steel and is a heavy piece of cookware. It is easy to clean and seems to cook evenly. The spatula/scoop that was enclosed is also very nice, but I do not intend to use it in the wok, as I am almost sure it would cause scratching. Using nylon cooking tools is easy enough and should keep it looking nice for a long time.

  7. Michael

    Sturdy construction. Much better than I expected for the modest price.

  8. CABster

    I’ve used woks for decades, nonstick and carbon steel. Nonstick is nice except it’s nonstick and you really can’t do true high heat stir fry in a nonstick. Love carbon steel “after” it’s been properly season built up from multiple uses. Hate the upkeep of carbon steel and I have a hard time not using dish soap when washing. So decided to try this stainless steel wok. I fully expected it to work similar a carbon steel wok and NOT like the nonstick wok. I was right in my expectations. If anyone thinks this wok will perform like a nonstick pan will be disappointed. Out of the box, it felt very well made. The dome lid fits well and hefty. Couldn’t see any seams or rolls that water can get trapped in. As expected, it’s quite heavier than carbon steel but about the same as the non-stick.Never had a problem with the handles getting hot while using highest heat (gas stove). Using similar technique as a carbon steel wok, heat it up first on high, then pour oil in. Let oil get to smoke point, turn down heat a bit then put in food. Now let’s talk about the “nonstick” feature of this pan (or with a carbon steel for that matter). As with all steel-type woks, if you use the previously mentioned method, it can have nonstick properties. But as the oil disappears or if you put in more food, food can stick. Or if there isn’t any or enough oil coating the wok, yes it will stick! And yes, you will need oil! If you’re looking to use less or no oil, perhaps you should research nonstick woks instead.As far as cooking, works just like my carbon steel! I did not use the spatula that came with it since I already have one that I love for stir fry. If you do use it or any other steel type spatula, yes you will have scratches. Metal to metal can create scratches. To me, a well used wok is a nicely weather surface! Don’t expect this wok to stay all shiny and pristine. Stainless steel will not build up a coat like carbon steel. But the point of using a stainless steel is not having to do the upkeep AND you can clean it like a stainless steel pan. That means wash it with soap, soak it till the cows come home and never have to worry about it rusting for not drying it thoroughly. After using it for a week and a few stir fries, it’s met my expectations and I’m loving it. Sure I still have my nonstick and carbon steel but this will be my go-to wok!

  9. Lisa Christiansen

    I have used it for making my Italian Sauces, (tossing pasta in the sauce), Mexican Sauces, fried rice and various stir fry dishes. It’s my go to pan for an array of cooking.

  10. JameyLynn

    I am very pleasantly surprised. I figured by the price that maybe it was going to be something that was not so great, but very glad I was wrong. This wok heats up nice and hot and cooked my food great. Does it scratch? Yes, but so does a stainless steel pot I paid over $200 for. It is just part of being stainless steel. Does the steal change color from the high heats? Yes it does, but just soak it for a couple hours (or overnight) in vinegar water and it goes back to its original color. Is it hard to clean? Not at all, just let it soak for a little bit and anything that is stuck will wipe right off. I absolutely love it. I was torn between getting a steel wok, or a stainless steel wok and am so glad I went with this one.

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