Redesigned Skillet Uses Geometry To Minimize Spills

Redesigned Skillet Uses Geometry To Minimize Spills

Octagonal cast iron skillet redesigned with a spring-coiled handle to pour better.

Ross Brooks
  • 14 november 2013

Skillet designs have gone relatively unchanged for centuries, but one Portland-based startup called Finex has crafted a 12″ Cast Iron Skillet that sports an octagonal shape, a quick-cooling wire-spring handle, and a beautiful CNC-machined interior. Founder Mike Whitehead struggled to find well-finished cast iron skillets that didn’t command an outrageous price, which is why he experimented with his own until he was happy.

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