Some of the induction cookware brands that experts recommend include Circulon Symmetry, Curtis Stone Kitchen Solutions and Beka Vita, according to Good Housekeeping. The company also recommends the Circulon Contempo, the All-Clad stainless steel skillet and the Anolon Nouvelle.
The Circulon Symmetry induction skillet is nonstick and has a layer of stainless steel on the bottom, making it ideal for induction cooking. Aluminum makes up the rest of this skillet, and it is available in both 10-inch and 12-inch versions. The Curtis Stone Kitchen Solutions induction frypan is about $90, as of 2015, and features sides that slope for easy cooking. The Beka Vita Eco Logic is also about $90, and it has a comfortable silicone handle for easy transportation from the stovetop to table.
The Ciculon Contempo is an affordable option at around $40, and it works well on induction cooktops, but reviewers claim that the finish scratches easily. The All-Clad skillet is about $155, and the construction is aluminum and stainless steel. This skillet has sloping sides and is safe for both the oven and the dishwasher. Made of copper, aluminum and steel, the Anolon Nouvelle skillet is a good option for those making one-dish dinners and is good for both electric and gas ranges. This skillet costs about $80.