Remember those hypercolor t-shirts from the 1980's? Well apply that visually novel idea to cookware and that's basically the idea for the Coral cooking pots, a concept which gives would-be Giadas a visual indicator of how hot the pot is, making determining when to add/reduce heat an easier task thanks to incorporation of thermochromic (temperature sensitive, color changing) spots.
Designers William Spiga and Juliana Martins describe Coral as:
…this elegant pan that you can use for cooking and serving, but unlike the rest of the gang, this one comes coated with thermochromic spots. The pale blue dots turn into bright orange beauties, as the temperature of the pot increases. The handles on the pan comes off easily, thanks to the plug-spring system used. This ways you get to cook safely and efficiently and then slide off the pan-handle and serve right away!