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A total of 447 comments and questions have been sent in. They are listed according to date.

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Dine-Right handles USA
I love your site USA
Will these units work on inducton stoves? Canada
I am interested in learning more about your goals Canada
Needs handles for Easterling cookware USA
Aladdin lamp as the logo USA
Info on Permanent Multicore USA

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Dine-Right handles


February 5, 2011

I purchased a set of wasterless cookware pans from Dine-Rite, Oakland, CA in 1977, they were called Mini-Ovens. I have repaired several of the handles but now am stuck. My kids want me to fix them so they can get them eventually. I need the long handle for the large frying pan. I think all the long handles are the same, actually.
I found a company in Australia by the same name, but they did not answer my email.
These are the best pans, pretty much indestructible. I set one on fire once. Another time I boiled eggs for 6 hours. We have all the pieces and they work great.

Mark - USA



Getting new handles is always a problem with companies and products that existed years ago. Usually going through a repair shop and getting generic handles is a solution.

You might try the Dine-Rite company in Australia again to see if they can give you some information or support on getting new handles:

You might also try sending a message through their Facebook site at: Dine-Rite

Best wishes in getting your handles.

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I love your site


January 17, 2011

I love your site and am always referring people to your website. I get numerous calls for various waterless cookware companies and let them know you site is the place to go for finding who is currently providing service for the various brands.

Nancy - USA



Thanks for the feedback

Best wishes for your success.

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Will these units work on inducton stoves?


January 16, 2011

Will these units work on inducton stoves or hobs.

Glenn - Canada



Unfortunately, induction stoves require pots that are made of ferrous or magnetic materials. Waterless cooking pots are typically made of stainless steel, which is either not magnetic or that have such small magnetic properties that they would not work well with induction cooking.

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January 10, 2011

Mangolia HouseWares is just a link listing page and is really non-funtionals



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December 30, 2010

you may like to IMCO Cookware to your list

web address:

- Australia


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December 21, 2010

I inherited a set of Aladdin Cookware from my grandparents. My grandfather was actually a salesman for the company, and from what I have learned from my family, the cookware was sold much like Pampered Chef, or Cutco is sold today. The Rep would setup a "party" in which he/she would cook a complete dinner while the attendee's watched, and in the end, people bought the product if they liked it.

Unfortunately, I can't find any information about the Aladdin Cookware anywhere on the net. Your list is quite comprehensive, so I figure maybe you might know some more details about the company.

The cookware in question was produced and sold in the mid to late 60's, and it still in wonderful condition (except for needing a single replacement handle which was broken by dropping the pot)

I have several pictures from ~1967 from an Aladdin cookware party, which I have posted to

Any information that you might be able to provide would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks in advance


Eric - USA


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I am interested in learning more about your goals


December 1, 2010

I am interested in learning more about the goals and objectives of this site and the people behind it. Please contact me

Denis - Canada



The School for Champions is an educational website. For information about the site's goals, see:

Using waterless cookware is part of our Health section. Since many people who had purchased waterless cookware had questions about getting replacement parts, we have listed the various waterless cookware companies. It is a service, and we are not selling any of the cookware.

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Needs handles for Easterling cookware


November 25, 2010

I purchased waterless cookware from the Easterling Co., Wheaton, Ill, back in 1968 while still in high school. The handles are white ceramic and I need to replace two of the ones from my saucepans. I lived in San Diego at the time, and did not receive my cookware until 1980, after many years of layaway. I love my cookware, but need new handles desperately. This company is no longer in business. Thank you for any help you are able to give me.

Deana - USA



Sometimes local repair shops are able to find handles that might fit your cookware. Unfortunately, that is about the best suggestion I can make.

Best wishes in finding a solution to your problem.

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Aladdin lamp as the logo


November 6, 2010

Do you know which brand of waterless cookware uses an alladin lamp as the logo. I cannot find any names on my set just an alladin lamp on the lid handles. Thanks

Sherry - USA



I don't know if this is the company, but there is a company called Aladdin, which has been in business since 1902. However, I don't think they sell cookware at this time.

Good luck in finding your lid handles.

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Info on Permanent Multicore


November 5, 2010

agree, don't buy from door to door salesmen, co's defunct when I need them for Permanet multicore 5ply stainless steel pan set. Anyone got info??

g - USA



Permanent Multicore is listed on our page with a link to Replacement Parts.

Go to: to order parts.

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