Lock & Lock Glasswares and Cookplus
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I always associated Lock & Lock with plastic wares but that all changed at a recent bloggers’ event at Lock & Lock. I got introduced to Lock & Lock Glass Borosilicate Glasswares and Lock & Lock Cookplus. I was quite excited to see their products as I love to adorn my kitchen with quality glasswares and cooking utensils.
Lock & Lock Glass Borosilicate Glasswares
I get kitchen tools that can resist extreme temperatures essential to cooking and storing food safely. Instead of using containers made of ordinary tempered glass, products made of Borosilicate glass, such as the ones from Lock & Lock’s new Boroseal glassware line can fill this requirement. This new line of products was inspired by the need to for glassware that will not only deliver food safely, but last a lifetime.
Borosilicate is the same heat-resistant glass material used to make test tubes, microscopes, and telescopes. They’re designed to survive sudden changes in temperature – that is, you can use it to hold boiling water and then cold water immediately after, and it won’t even break. (Try doing this with ordinary tempered glass and it will break into messy shards all over the floor) This means that you can use Lock & Lock’s Boroseal products on various kitchen appliances, from microwaves to open flames, without the danger of sudden breakage.
In addition to its durability, borosilicate glass is also free from harmful industrial materials that get activated by heat. And since the material also contains heat well, Lock & Lock’s Boroseal products can also protect food from harmful bacteria for longer periods of time.
Lock & Lock’s Boroseal products are available in different sizes and types. Their most popular ones are clear containers with their patented 4-lock system designed to keep it airtight. For cooking, try their borosilicate glass pans, which are perfect for baking chicken or preparing pasta. Boroseal cooking pots are also versatile and can be used to toss salads, braise meats, and deep-fry foods.
Lock & Lock Cookplus
Another must-have is the Lock & Lock Cookplus
When it comes to the kitchen, it pays to invest in quality products that will last a lifetime. While “quality” is often synonymous to “expensive”, the priciest kitchenwares aren’t necessarily the best ones either. Lock & Lock Cookplus kitchenware is a good compromise between price and quality. Their new line of cooking aids is designed to address a variety of kitchen needs and last years of heavy use.
One line of cookware you might be interested in is Cookplus Vitamin and their colourful selection of saucepans, frying pans, casserole dishes, and woks. These products are built upon Lock & Lock’s goal to provide eco-friendly, economical, and easy cooking. Unlike most cooking pans, these products reduce the risk of the dispersion of chemicals like PFOA.
Another line worth considering is Lock & Lock’s ceramic-coated pans. The insides of the pans is coated smoothly and evenly, with bulges on the inside surface to reduce the use of oil in frying. And since ceramic contains no industrial chemicals, there’s no need to worry about health hazardous chemicals.
Lock & Lock also has a line of premium grade, stainless steel cooking pans and pots called Cookplus. Used by culinary experts and professionals in the food industry, Cookplus pans are top-shelf products and will last the heaviest of use. Aside from their durability, these products also have thoughtful design features such as ergonomic handles, pouring rims, and a 3-layer bottom structure for even thermal dispersion.
No matter what your kitchen needs might be, Lock & Lock’s family of cooking pots and pans offer a cost-effective solution. And since they’re built with quality in mind, you don’t need to worry about replacing them for a long time.
For a complete line of CookPlus and Boroseal, you can visit any of their Lock & Lock stores, click here for the complete list.