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Presales of nöni the World’s First One-Piece Seamless Stainless …

With Sydney, Australia’s SOLIDteknics introduction of indestructible nöni cookware, made to last from generation to generation, it has now completed 10 successful crowdfunding campaigns on Kickstarter

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA (PRWEB) August 29, 2017


Led by crowdfunding backers in Australia and the United States, more than $265,000 was invested in SOLIDteknics nöni cookware during its highly successful campaign on Kickstarter.

“We want to thank all those crowdfunders who supported this revolutionary cookware, that is truly made to last the test of time and designed to be the only stainless steel cookware you’ll ever need, for generations,” said SOLIDteknics Founder and Development Engineer Mark James Henry. “In the meantime, our early nöni cookware adopters should be on the look-out for the introduction of our next larger four-liter model nöni limited-edition pan, along with matching 11-inch skillet-lid, on Kickstarter in the coming months.”

The introduction of nöni stainless steel represents SOLIDteknics tenth successful crowdfunding campaign, after nine featuring innovative iron cookware.

Henry said cooks at home and professional chefs alike can continue purchasing the company’s iron cookware through the SOLIDteknics website, which also lists several retailers that carry their other products, but he explains that nöni cookware line is only be available on Kickstarter for now.

“With the lead time required using ferritic stainless material, the earliest noni cookware will be delivered to our select retail outlets will be April 2018,” Henry said. “However, this unique cookware will be sold at much higher prices then, since our high finishing costs in Australia don’t allow us to cut the price enough for retailers to make their margins unless they increase the price. That means the best, most economical way to purchase our nöni products will be when they are introduced on Kickstarter. We will also re-offer our most popular pans from previous campaigns as sets at great value.”

nöni are high performance chef pans wrought in one piece in Sydney from exotic German ferritic stainless – noted for its highly conductive, induction-compatible, non-nickel stainless (not the more common non-magnetic austenitic). nöni features handles that are integral with the pan body, with no rivets, welds, screws, or fragile clad layers – and each lid doubles as a high-performance flat skillet for grilling.

Their patent-pending, world-first seamless one-piece construction makes SOLIDteknics nöni pans so tough that they come with a multi-century warranty – another first in the world for cookware.

nöni Features:

  •     World-first Seamless One Piece wrought Stainless Steel construction
  •     Rivet, Weld and Screw Free
  •     Versatile Lid/Skillet Feature
  •     Soakable and Dishwasher Safe
  •     Conductive ferritic (non-nickel) German stainless
  •     Works on Induction
  •     Durable and Hygienic
  •     Vented Heat-dissipating Handles

“With the nöni pan, you’re not just buying cookware but a treasured family heirloom that will be enjoyed for years to come,” Henry said.

For more information on SOLIDteknics cookware, and to keep appraised of the next nöni cookware campaign on Kickstarter, visit their website and sign up for their newsletter at http://www.solidteknics.com/contact.

About SOLIDteknics

Mark James Henry has a background in the metal trades, mechanical engineering and business degrees, and a string of patents, long history of innovation and brand development, including Innovivant, Füritechnics, Füri knives and Diamond Fingers sharpeners. SOLIDteknics nöni pans are patent pending with tooling complete, pre-production samples exciting the experts, and production ready to go. For more information, visit http://www.solidteknics.com/.

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