Misen Is Offering Up to 35% Off Editor-Loved Fry Pans, Knives, and More — but for a Very Limited Time

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Years ago, when I exclusively bought pots and pans that were inexpensive, I thought I was a pretty awful cook. I figured I must have been doing something wrong if it was so easy for me to burn everything I cooked and if all my kitchen gear was permanently stained brown and black. It wasn’t until I started buying cookware with quality and longevity in mind, rather than strictly based on the lowest price points, that I realized I was only half to blame for my poor culinary performance. A great pan, such as the ones from Misen, really does make cooking easier.

Misen’s approach to developing kitchen tools always aims to balance performance with value. Our editors have consistently been impressed by the detailed craftsmanship that goes into their chef’s knives, woks, and nonstick skillets. That attention to detail makes Misen stand out, and now they’re making it even easier to try their cookware by putting it all on sale. Check out their best deals below — some are discounted by as much as 35 percent!

1 / 10
Misen
$56.00
was $85.00

Because this skillet is made with five layers of a stainless steel and aluminum composite, it conducts heat extremely quickly (on gas, electric, and induction stovetops) and retains it for a long time. That makes this your go-to pan for searing meats and caramelizing veggies, as well as braising and finishing dishes in the oven.

2 / 10
Misen
$112.00
was $160.00

Misen took their regular Dutch oven and basically lowered the height to make this more versatile and lighter-weight braiser. Made with the same enameled cast iron to make sure food doesn't stick (and is easy to clean), this hardworking pot could become the new star player in your kitchen. Read our review of it here.

3 / 10
Misen
$67.00
was $95.00

With tall, straight sides and a wide base, this sauté pan is the key to cooking showstopping entrées such as chicken, pork, beef, and fish in beautiful sauces. Use it on the stove or pop it in the oven for braising, and if you're looking for a new pan to do some deep frying in, this is the one.

4 / 10
Misen
$56.00
was $80.00

You always want to have knives in different lengths so you can pick the right one for the job at hand. This one is slightly shorter than Misen's classic chef's knife and is made with the same steel and handle design to be easy and comfortable to use. Pick this one up to be your new everyday knife. Read our review of their full-length chef's knife here.

5 / 10
Misen
$49.00
was $75.00

Unlike saucepans, sauciers have more rounded and higher-sloped edges on the bottom. That feature lets you get spoons and spatulas in there more easily, which really comes in handy for making sauces. The shape also helps with getting sweet confections like caramel to the correct temperatures without burning.

6 / 10
Misen
$46.00
was $65.00

Misen carefully constructed their nonstick fry pan to be the best combination of performance, durability, and value, and they nailed it. With three layers of nonstick coating, a plasma primer, and a core made of quick-heating aluminum, this pan will stay slick through years of use. Read our review of it to learn why our editors love it so much.

7 / 10
Misen
$244.00
was $425.00

All of the pots and pans in this set are coated with a high-grade PTFE nonstick material that will not break down or end up in your food. The inner layer of each piece is aluminum, which heats quickly and evenly, and the bottoms are plated in stainless steel to make them compatible with all heating elements. This generous nine-piece set ensures you have all the basics you need to make any meal.

8 / 10
Misen
$56.00
was $80.00

Sharp enough to slice through delicate foods including soft breads and tender tomatoes, but strong enough to cut up pineapple and hard squash, this knife is an essential in your kitchen. It's made of premium Japanese steel and has a sloped bolster that make it easier (and safer) to wield. Read our review of their shorter serrated knife here.

9 / 10
Misen
$35.00
was $50.00

A lightweight cutting board is a must-have for home cooks, and this one is thin enough to fit behind appliances or stand up to stay out of the way if your kitchen is short on space. It's made from durable natural wood and maintains its shape and finish after countless cuts.

10 / 10
Misen
$35.00
was $50.00

This low-grit stone is safe to use on all your knives and can transform dull blades into sleek slicing machines. The stone has a noticeably wide surface area, giving you plenty of room to work on your knives. Having tools to take care of your knives helps them last longer, so this can save you from having to replace them too soon.