Titanium Cookware Set - HotUKDeals
We use cookie files to improve site functionality and personalisation. By continuing to use HUKD, you accept our cookie and privacy policy.
Get the HUKD app free at Google Play

Search Error

An error occurred when searching, please try again!

Login / Sign UpSubmit
Expired

Titanium Cookware Set

choc1969 Avatar
8y, 2m agoPosted 8 years, 2 months ago
Ok, I now have my chefs knives (and the scars to prove it) but now am after a titanium cookware set as I like the idea of transferring cooking from hob to oven in one container.

Need a bargain people. Have found the following set but if you can find a similar set with the same or higher heat resistance I'd love you forever.
choc1969 Avatar
8y, 2m agoPosted 8 years, 2 months ago
Options

All Responses

(30) Jump to unreadPost an answer
Responses/page:
#1
http://www.procook.co.uk/images/library/stock/feature/S107_1.jpg

6 Piece Set contains one of each: 16cm,18cm, 20cm Saucepans with lids, 32cm Frying pan, 26cm Griddle & 28cm Shallow Casserole

Priced £249 delivered from ProCook
#2
it looks like they have plastic handles. not very good for the oven, i would think!?!?
#3
PapaSmurf;2953359
it looks like they have plastic handles. not very good for the oven, i would think!?!?



The ultimate long lasting pan is created when titanium oxide is fired on to the pan surface at 4000’C at 700mph. This process creates the Titanium Alpha 2000 coating, which is scale 9 on the hardness scale (only exceeded by diamonds, which is scale 10). Sturdy extra long heat resistant handles stay cool to the touch on the hob. Entire range is completely oven proof to 260’C; transfer from the hob to oven without changing pans. ;-)
#4
choc1969;2953373
Entire range is completely oven proof to 260’C; transfer from the hob to oven without changing pans. ;-)


class - i once melted the handles on a pan by sticking it in the oven - thought it best to check first nowdays!!!!
#5
TV chefs have a lot to answer for lol ;-)
#6
you can probably get this cheaper but
http://millyskitchenstore.co.uk/JamieOliverProfessionalSeries5PiecePanSetbyTefal-Product-11195.html
Meyer are usually good, especially the Circulon range
#7
warmapplepie;2958783
you can probably get this cheaper but
http://millyskitchenstore.co.uk/JamieOliverProfessionalSeries5PiecePanSetbyTefal-Product-11195.html
Meyer are usually good, especially the Circulon range


thanks hun, but already have some of this range and am rather disappointed,
#8
The Meyer Circulon is a good pan set.
#10
Posted pic so I can compare......I am a girl after all

http://www.cookware-online.co.uk/images/product/main/MEY-82038.jpg
#11
Not gonna get those lids in my oven warmapple :oops: , won't be able to squeeze the roasted veggies in :?, love you for looking though :thumbsup:
#12
SKK Pans are so supposed to be really good, titanium too
http://www.richmondcookshop.co.uk/product_info.php?cPath=21_215&products_id=2033

[URL="javascript:popupWindow('http://www.richmondcookshop.co.uk/popup_image.php?pID=2033&image=0')"]http://www.richmondcookshop.co.uk/images/roundcasserolemid.jpg[/URL][URL="javascript:popupWindow('http://www.richmondcookshop.co.uk/popup_image.php?pID=1438&image=0')"]http://www.richmondcookshop.co.uk/images/skksaucepanmid.jpg[/URL]
#13
http://www.decuisine.co.uk/images/html_product_pages/CK025/CK025d.jpg

The pans also have removable handles. These are highly practical and they are heat resistant to a higher than usual temperature, so that they can be used in an oven or under the grill up to 260ºC (500ºF).



This enables you to prepare those recipes which require starting in a frypan and finishing in an oven.
A heat resistant Pyrex glass lid is also available and this extends the versatility of the Frypan. It can be used in the oven up to 260ºC (500ºF) and allows you to view the cooking progress without removing the lid.
http://www.decuisine.co.uk/images/html_product_pages/CK083/CK083d.jpg
The combination of superb non-stick properties and excellent heat distribution make SKK pans ideal for healthy, low fat cooking.
The Deep Frypan is 26cm in diameter x 5.5cm deep.
The manufacturer recommends hand washing to prevent the non-stick surface from needing further seasoning. SKK pans are guaranteed for 5 years domestic use.
#14
Looks nice.....but no sets ?
#15
I've been trying to find a set but you can buy the pans you want...
#16
http://www.abbode-cookware.co.uk/acatalog/MeyCircInf5pc80891_700pix.jpg
#17
[COLOR=red][COLOR=black]£150[/COLOR] [/COLOR]
http://www.abbode-cookware.co.uk/acatalog/PANWARE_SETS.html
#18
I like the glass lids on the SKK and ProCook ones hun
#19
#21
Scanpan in Denmark have developed the perfect non stick pan. Using their own patented technology they have produced a surface that is very slippy and very durable.
Unlike other non stick coatings the surface on Scanpan pans will never blister or peel - indeed Scanpan are so confident in the durability of their surface, that they do not discourage the use of metal implements!
Extra thick, forge cast bases and thick side walls provide quick and even heat distribution to produce a range of pans that are a joy to use.

Scanpan also make an excellent wok and grillpan which you will find in our specialist pans section.
[LIST]
[*]Scanpan's pressure cast aluminium base will never warp or buckle - even if used on an Aga.
[*]There are never any "hot spots" on Scanpan pans. The thick cast base on these saucepans provides even heat distribution.
[*]Scanpan pans heat up quickly.
[*]Scanpan pans have a patented ceramic titanium non stick surface which is a permenent part of the pan and will not come off.
[*]Scanpan pans will never peel or blister.
[*]Scanpan pans provide a perfect release every time
[*]Metal utensils can be used on scanpan pans - there's ne need to buy special utensils.
[*]Scanapn pans do not need to be oiled or seasoned.
[*]Scanpan pans have an ergonomic handle for comfort.
[*]The handles on Scanpan pans will never come loose - the patented handle assembly uses no screws or rivets.
[*]Scanpan pans have a machined base for perfect contact on ceramic,electric and aga hobs.
[*]Scanpan pans are oven safe up to 260degrees C.
[*]Scanapan pans are dishwasher safe.
[*]ADVICE - Always clean your pans immediately after use. If foods or oils remain on the pan, they can build up a fine residue which interferes with the pans performance. After some time this affects all nonstick pans. To bring pans back to peak performance simply fill with warm soapy water and cook on top of the stove for 20 minutes.l
[*]Afer some time scuff marks may appear on your pan. These do not penetrate the ceramic titanium surface and will not impede performance.[/LIST]Scanpan pans are forge cast under 200 tons of pressure - to remove all air pockets and other inclusions. Pans produced in this way provide perfect heat distributuin without annoying hot spots.

Scanpans patented surface techmology produces pans with a permanent non stick surface. A ceramic titanium compound is super - heated to 36.000 degrees farhenheit. At this point it becomes liquid and is fired at the pan at twice the speed of sound. It is now permanently anchored on to the pan and will not come off.

A german lab carried out the following test on scanpan pans. A metal spatula loaded with a 2 pound weight was set to scrape the pan 300,000 times. A third of the spatula was worn away, but the pan remained perfect.
#22
How did you manage your scars?
#23
warmapplepie;2965028


Oooh I don't like them hun :thinking:
#24
warmapplepie;2965033
How did you manage your scars?


Scars will heal ;-), practice every day with each of the different knives. Cooking mates dinner in the week, looking at recipes that will utilise my new abilities :whistling:

What do you think of ceramic peelers ? It was still a b*gger peeling a squash with my new knife, few more thumb cuts :oops: and my normal peeler can't cope with the skin, always sticks.
#25
I'd have used a bigger knife rather than a utility knife.
Ceramic peelers are great but don't get a flimsy one, they do peel quicker than the hand ones.
#26
BTW, I had a look at the Meyer pans in Debenhams and the lid handle is not nearly as tall as you think but the SKK ones are definitely top quality.
#27
choc1969;2966211
Scars will heal ;-), practice every day with each of the different knives. Cooking mates dinner in the week, looking at recipes that will utilise my new abilities :whistling:

What do you think of ceramic peelers ? It was still a b*gger peeling a squash with my new knife, few more thumb cuts :oops: and my normal peeler can't cope with the skin, always sticks.

This is what you need
http://www.dennyandsons.co.uk/professional-swivel-peeler-p536.html
#28
Not this shape then ?

http://i2.ebayimg.com/01/i/000/7a/37/8da0_2.JPG
#29
http://www.dennyandsons.co.uk/images/product_images/thumbnail_540_837.gif

Yes, any that works like a razor.
#30
choc1969;2976431
Not this shape then ?

http://i2.ebayimg.com/01/i/000/7a/37/8da0_2.JPG

looks a bit flimsy that one

Post an Answer

You don't need an account to leave a response. Just enter your email address. We'll keep it private.

...OR log in with your social account

...OR comment using your social account

Thanks for your comment! Keep it up!
We just need to have a quick look and it will be live soon.
The community is happy to hear your opinion! Keep contributing!