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Staub Cast Iron Grill Pan & Press Just $199.96 Shipped (Regularly $393)

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cast iron grill pan with cooked chicken breast resting inside

Investing in luxury cookware is worth every penny!

For a limited time, head on over to Williams Sonoma where you can score this Staub 12″ Cast-Iron Grill Pan & Press for just $199.96 shipped (regularly $393)!

Prefer other colors? Choose from four other colors, including two exclusive options, for only $207.96 shipped.

This enamel coated cast iron pan features improved performance, style, and durability. This ridged grill and press cooks both sides at once. Simply preheat the press, and then place atop the food for stunning results. This would certainly make a spectacular gift idea for father’s day or for your favorite grillmaster!

cast iron pan and press

Wondering what people have to say about this item?ย 

This square grill pan is ideal for paninis, burgers, grilled cheese & bacon. I also like using this pan for grilled vegetables. Everything comes out w/grill marks and the fat and oil deposit on the bottom of the pan so less grease and calories too!!! Cleans up great.


I use my outdoor grill all year long, even in the snow. My purchase of a Staub Grill Pan & Press, 12″ gives me perfectly grilled steaks right on my kitchen gas range. I was pleasantly surprised at the results the first time I grilled Strip Steaks indoors, grilled to perfectly rare perfection! I’ve since had the same results with filet mignon and rib eye steaks. Am VERY pleased with my purchase.


I love my 12′ Staub Grill Pan, but I especially LOVE my Staub Press. It’s the heaviest I’ve found. It works great even on my outdoor grill. The Grill Pan cooks evenly and perfectly each and every time. Clean up is simple. This is my 1st Staub product, it will not be my last. A great investment and addition to my kitchen.


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Comments 15

  1. nldaadmin

    At first I thought this must be April Fool! Would never spend this much on one pan. But it sure gave me a laugh! Thanks, H2S, for brightening my day!

  2. Lana

    Honestly I am very happy with my Lodge grill pan at $20.

  3. J.H.509

    What an outrageous price.

  4. S

    Lol…can someone chime in and say how much they love their Staub pan

    • ColeyFro

      Lol. Iโ€™m also waiting for someone to tell us how this is their forever pan.

      • ColeyFro

        Making it worth the price.

    • Katelynno

      I have one. I hate it. It is a miserable job to clean it!!!

  5. Jill P

    It’s all personal preference! While I would pay $200 for a pan, I would not for this particular one. I have spent $200+ for LeCreuset which I prefer over Staub, but I do on pieces that are more versatile, like a dutch oven or stockpot. I have some smaller Staub pieces and they are nice quality, but I prefer LeCreuset. Hip2Save does a great job with the deals so splurges can happen!

  6. Jillian

    Staub is worth every dime. I get mine at zwillings site where they have a section of imperfect items on a steep discount. I can never find the mistakes on them. They really are heirloom pieces.

    • Jill P

      Thanks for the heads up about this site, I am now eyeing a braiser! ๐Ÿ˜‚

      • Lana

        I have had the $29.99 braiser from Aldi for several years and I am very pleased with it and use it constantly.

  7. Jake

    Got the same size Lodge pan a few years ago for $16. Can’t imagine why anyone would spend this kind of money for a grill pan. Thought we were about saving money, not wasting it.

  8. Lisa ๐ŸŒธ

    Can Someone recommend me a great frying pan that its nonstick. And doesnt stick food, I really need one that will last long.Can someone tell me what brand and where can I buy it? Please any suggestions. Thank You!!!

    • Karen B

      Honestly, I gave up on long lasting non-stick. I usually buy calphalon or t-fal at a discount online or at Ross/TJ Maxx etc. I try to go for the heaviest bottomed one I can find and can usually get a 12″ for about $25. They last a year or two and by then they are warped and the non-stick is scratched. I use pretty much every day and I just replace. I haven’t been able to pull the trigger on a super expensive one that may (or may not) last longer.

  9. Kathie

    Does it cook and clean up after? For $200 bucks it should! ๐Ÿ™‚

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