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BLACK Silver Classic MEDIUM Side Handle - Snap-on No Screw - Fits SS 1¼ 3 4 6½qt

3.00 Ounces
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Product Description

For a discount see bulk pricing. Black Silver Classic Medium Side Handle Snap-On no screw fits;

1¼ quart saucepan

3 quart saucepan

4 quart stockpot

6½ quart stockpot

6 quart pasta colander

(SS) 9½in medium sauté skillet

Dimensions: 3Wx2.25Dx1H

Handle snaps on, NO SCREW. Includes side handle, stainless flame guard and spring inside handle.

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Need help?

Contact Health Craft Customer Service

1-800-443-8079 North America

011-813-882-0537 International


To change the handle, turn the pan upside down and lay it on a flat surface. Notice the wide slot between the flame guard and the pan. Using a flat-head screwdriver, insert the tip into the right or left side of the slot (you may want to put a tape on the screwdriver to prevent from scratching the pan), and twist the screwdriver until the spring inside the handle releases on that side. Move the screwdriver to the other side of the slot and twist the screwdriver and that side will release.

Be sure you have the right size handle for the right size pan. There are three (3) sizes, small, medium and large. See www.healthcraft.com Replacement Parts for details on what pan takes what handle.  

To install the new handle. Be sure the flame guard is installed on the handle properly. Put the handle on as far as it will go. Then give the handle a good tap on a cutting board (or a good tap with a rubber mallet), the spring inside the handle will push over the prongs on the end of the stainless attachment and lock the handle in place.

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  1. pot handles 1 Star Review

    Posted by on 31st May 2014

    I must say that your cookware is very good, with the exception of the handles on you pots. this is the 3rd one that I've had to order because with the heat from cooking with them, the handles detereoriate and fall apart. I bought a set of you pots and pans at the la county fair a long time ago. the receipt i have for them says a lifetime guarente, but when i called to complain about the first handle that broke apart no one would return my call after numerous attempt to get afree handle sent to me. terrible just terrible.

    RESPONSE: Your cookware is covered by a Lifetime Guaranty – which includes a trade-in provision where you can trade in the ceramic handle pan for the stainless handle pan by just paying the difference between the price then and now. BTY: a burnt handle is not a manufacturers defect, it’s from using too high of heat or too big a burner for the size of the pan. BTY: at least we stock handle replacements, most other cookware companies do not.

  2. fits 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 27th Oct 2013

    easy to reinstall and replaced perfectly

  3. Easy fix for broken handles 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 23rd Aug 2013

    The handles on the smaller pans tend to suffer heat exhaustion and fall apart after a number of years of heavy use. Replacements are readily available and easy to install. I replaced two handles on my 1.25 quart sauce pan and it is as good as brand new. The handles come fully assembled and snap right in place. The mounting brackets must be there or this will not work. I positioned both handles in place (one on each side) and simply pressed them toward each other. They snapped right in!! Anyone with a moderate amount of strength can do this. No instructions are really needed.

  4. Replacement handle for 4 qt. sauce pan 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 29th Jun 2013

    Please include directions for installation on replacement parts. It is not always obvious. I had to call to find out the proper procedure of tapping it in with a rubber mallet. The original lasted 4 years and suffered heat exhaustion.

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