This Westinghouse electric skillet frypan is from the late 1950s. The sturdy aluminum skillet is 10-1/2 inches square by 1-3/4" deep. It has a pink or copper colored anodized aluminum lid. The lid knob and four peg legs are black plastic, the futuristic handle with heat control is black Bakelite. The temperature control ranges from 150 to 450 degrees and a red light above the dial glows when the unit is turned on. A frying guide with temperatures for suggested foods is on the lower handle.
The frying pan heats up fine, and the cord and plug are in excellent condition with no damage. The interior is spotlessly clean. In very good condition with only minor light scuffs to the corners of the lid from storage, no dings or dents.
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