Mauviel ($290) This 11.8″ stainless-steel pan has a copper bottom that gains and distributes heat with maximum efficiency. Comes with a lifetime warranty.
Tibos Electric ($150) This ample 13″ nonstick electric griddle has ten separate heat settings for greater control. A specially designed tool fits into a groove on the rim to sweep batter evenly across the surface.
Le Creuset (_$110)_The cast-iron core retains heat, the smooth 10¾” enamel cook surface prevents sticking, and the colored exterior makes this one pretty pan.
De Buyer ($25) The angled handle of this 9½” blue steel pan makes it easy to maneuver crêpes. It has a ferrous coating on the bottom, so it can be used on an induction cooktop.
All-Clad ($225) A stainless-steel interior diffuses heat, and two aluminum layers conduct and sustain it in this 12″ nonstick skillet. The low rim makes flipping crêpes a cinch.
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