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Thread: What is the difference between Kaiser Noblesse and Kaiser La Forme pans??

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    What is the difference between Kaiser Noblesse and Kaiser La Forme pans??

    I am searching for a good price on a 9x9 square springform pan. It seems they are only made by Kaiser, which is fine, but Kaiser has two lines, apparently - Noblesse and La Forme.

    I cannot find any differences in the descriptions of both. Amazon has the Noblesse (I think - I'm dizzy from all the links I've followed) for $21.99 and Kitchen, Etc and others have one of them for $39.99.

    What would be the difference? Would I notice? Would I care if I save $15?

    Loren
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    From the descriptions of each line on their website I gather that the LaForme is heavier grade steel with non-stick coating inside and out and the Noblesse is only non-stick on the inside.

    I have a LaForme loaf pan with a swirl pattern on top, it's a beautiful pan and bakes wonderfully.

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    Forgot to include the link to the website:

    http://www.kaiserbakeware.com/Merchant/Home.html

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    Loren,
    Just glancing through the site that Middydd posted and found an irregular for $14.99...Irregulars ...might need one of these myself!
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    Loren, I have the LaForme 9" and recently received a Noblesse 9" as a gift. The LaForme is definitely heavier- the sides of the Noblesse seemed thinner/less sturdy to me, and the rolled edges at the base of the Noblesse pan had some rough parts- maybe it was an irregular? In any case, because I already had a 9" pan I returned the Noblesse, so I can't comment on how it worked for baking. I do love the LaForme.

    Stephanie

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    Thanks everyone. Sneezles I saw that irregular and thought I may also order one. I wonder if you could return it if your irregular had a bit too much damage.

    Loren
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