I've been using a Tefal chefs pan for years (they call it a stirfry pan), but they don't last long: either the teflon non-stick deteriorates or the handles get a bit wobbly. I probably end up replacing them every 5 years or so.....they're my go-to pan for most things so they do get a lot of work. I've had my eye on the GreenPan ceramic non-stick pans for a while.....apart from the Tefal chefs pan, the rest of my pans are hard anodised aluminium, which I still love but they don't work on induction (and I would really like to change to induction). The GreenPan Venice Pro range seemed to fit the bill: nice looking, non-stick, and they work on all hobs, including induction. So last weekend I treated myself to a new chefs pan to replace my old Tefal one and to try out the Venice Pro range before spending lots of money on replacing the rest of my pans. The GreenPan Venice Pro Chefs Pan is slightly smaller than my old Tefal pan, and the sides are a bit steeper so its not so easy to shake and flip things around in it, but so far I like it. Here's a picture of the old and new pans side by side - you can see how the non-stick in the old pan is starting to chip (and I only use plastic or wooden utensils!): The non-stick on the new pan is fabulous! I'd watched a few youtube videos of the pan demonstrating the non-stick properties before buying, and they are absolutely correct - even after cooking scrambled eggs you can just wipe the pan out with a soft cloth, no scrubbing needed. Apparently you can use metal utensils in these ceramic pans (though they recommend you don't), so far I've been using either silicone or wood. Only time will tell if it retains its non-stick, and if it will stand up to everyday cooking, but if it does then I'll definitely be replacing all my pans with this range. They aren't cheap but they're not hugely expensive either (they're much cheaper than anything from Le Creuset for example). I paid £35 for the chefs pan Vs about £17 for the Tefal one, but if its durable and keeps it's non-stick then I think that's a price worth paying.