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Circulon Infinite 4 piece pan set - lifetime guarantee £118.00 @ Housemakers

£118.00 @ Housemakers.co.uk
A superb quality 4 piece pan set with a RRP of £265. Been looking for a set for a while to treat the wife and these have just been ordered. Ace reviews from every site I have seen them on and a rec… Read More
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2y, 3m agoFound 2 years, 3 months ago
A superb quality 4 piece pan set with a RRP of £265.
Been looking for a set for a while to treat the wife and these have just been ordered.
Ace reviews from every site I have seen them on and a recent Which? Best Buy.
Incidentally I ordered mine from a different site that price matched the house makers price, so that I could collect from a local department store.

Infinite Circulon - the ultimate Circulon Pan with Circulon's patented Total Hi Low Food Release System, outlasts all other non stick cookware, guaranteed. The choice of professional chefs and aspiring cooks worldwide, Infinite Circulon is made from Hard Anodized Aluminium (for outstanding durability) with 18/10 Stainless Steel Lids (the best quality stainless steel used for cookware to allow for a bright, rust resistant finish) and comes with a Lifetime Guarantee.
Patented Total Hi Low Food Release System - the ultimate non stick surface.
Fully Encapsulated Stainless Steel & Aluminium Base for fast, even heat distribution.
Heavy Gauge, Hard Anodized Body - twice as hard as stainless steel for outstanding durability.
Suitable for all Cooker Types - including Induction.
Cast Stainless Steel Riveted Handles for maximum durability.
In Oven Use - Oven Safe up to 240°C/475°F/Gas Mark 9.
Dishwasher Safe.
Lifetime Guarantee.
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#2
saw these in bhs trafford park. look good.
1 Like #3
these pans are excellent had them for years and still top notch
#4


By the looks I don't think these would live up to the lifetime warranty
#5
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I would say so
2 Likes #6
Infinite is a much better set in quality
#7
Had these for 3 months and took them back to Costco because the non stick coating was wearing already.
#8
cartzuk
CommentI would say so

definitely not, these are from a different range and much inferior in quality. I had a look at these before I bought the infinite collection.Make sure you compare like for like!
#9
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geezerBJ
cartzuk
CommentI would say so

definitely not, these are from a different range and much inferior in quality. I had a look at these before I bought the infinite collection.Make sure you compare like for like!


The wife washes them anyway so quality less of an issue for me.
1 Like #10
what a lucky wife you have, getting treats like this :-)
#11
Really good quality pans well worth the price
#12
The guarantee is not that good. I copied this from the makers website. Normal wear and tear is excluded. That makes the lifetime guarantee useless to me.

This guarantee does not cover damage caused by normal wear and tear, accident, misuse, abuse or commercial use. Stains, discolouration or damage from overheating, or discolouration caused by dishwasher use are not covered by this guarantee. Incidental or consequential damages are expressly excluded from this guarantee.

Just looked at the Which web site and the Circulon is nine times the price of the cheapest best buy and four times the price of the highest scoring best buy.


Edited By: jdbigguy on Jan 04, 2015 14:04: Correction
#13
jdbigguy
The guarantee is not that good. I copied this from the makers website. Normal wear and tear is excluded. That makes the lifetime guarantee useless to me.This guarantee does not cover damage caused by normal wear and tear, accident, misuse, abuse or commercial use. Stains, discolouration or damage from overheating, or discolouration caused by dishwasher use are not covered by this guarantee. Incidental or consequential damages are expressly excluded from this guarantee.
Just looked at the Which web site and the Circulon is nine times the price of the cheapest best buy and four times the price of the highest scoring best buy.


Depends whether you are comparing the RRP as Which do, or you are comparing the price of 4 pans at £118. Therefore an average of £29 per pan. This is less than double the price of the winning best buy, a Prestige at £17.
I know which I would prefer to buy!
#14
geezerBJ
jdbigguy
The guarantee is not that good. I copied this from the makers website. Normal wear and tear is excluded. That makes the lifetime guarantee useless to me.This guarantee does not cover damage caused by normal wear and tear, accident, misuse, abuse or commercial use. Stains, discolouration or damage from overheating, or discolouration caused by dishwasher use are not covered by this guarantee. Incidental or consequential damages are expressly excluded from this guarantee.
Just looked at the Which web site and the Circulon is nine times the price of the cheapest best buy and four times the price of the highest scoring best buy.


Depends whether you are comparing the RRP as Which do, or you are comparing the price of 4 pans at £118. Therefore an average of £29 per pan. This is less than double the price of the winning best buy, a Prestige at £17.
I know which I would prefer to buy!
You are comparing a single pan price with a 4 piece set price. If you were buying 4 Prestige pans discounts are always available, so your not comparing like with like. Prestige own web site selling 4 piece set for £31 inc. del. That's £7.50 a pan compared to £29 using your method. That is a massive difference and the Circulon "Lifetime" guarantee con, excluding the most likely reason that a quality pan needs to be replaced (wear and tear). So when the non-stick stops working you will have to buy a new one.
As I can buy four Prestige pans for your one I know which I would opt for.
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jdbigguy
geezerBJ
jdbigguy
The guarantee is not that good. I copied this from the makers website. Normal wear and tear is excluded. That makes the lifetime guarantee useless to me.This guarantee does not cover damage caused by normal wear and tear, accident, misuse, abuse or commercial use. Stains, discolouration or damage from overheating, or discolouration caused by dishwasher use are not covered by this guarantee. Incidental or consequential damages are expressly excluded from this guarantee.
Just looked at the Which web site and the Circulon is nine times the price of the cheapest best buy and four times the price of the highest scoring best buy.
Depends whether you are comparing the RRP as Which do, or you are comparing the price of 4 pans at £118. Therefore an average of £29 per pan. This is less than double the price of the winning best buy, a Prestige at £17.
I know which I would prefer to buy!
You are comparing a single pan price with a 4 piece set price. If you were buying 4 Prestige pans discounts are always available, so your not comparing like with like. Prestige own web site selling 4 piece set for £31 inc. del. That's £7.50 a pan compared to £29 using your method. That is a massive difference and the Circulon "Lifetime" guarantee con, excluding the most likely reason that a quality pan needs to be replaced (wear and tear). So when the non-stick stops working you will have to buy a new one.
As I can buy four Prestige pans for your one I know which I would opt for.

You're missing the point! This is a deals website. This is a good deal!

If someone posts a deal for a Ferrari at less than 50% of it's RRP it's a good deal. There's no point in saying ahhhh but you could have 4 Yugo Zastava for the same price.
Unless you are into false economy of course. Still, there's plenty of freedom of choice - you buy your cheap pans and I've bought the good ones. Thanks for your 'valuable' contribution!
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geezerBJ
jdbigguy
geezerBJ
jdbigguy
The guarantee is not that good. I copied this from the makers website. Normal wear and tear is excluded. That makes the lifetime guarantee useless to me.This guarantee does not cover damage caused by normal wear and tear, accident, misuse, abuse or commercial use. Stains, discolouration or damage from overheating, or discolouration caused by dishwasher use are not covered by this guarantee. Incidental or consequential damages are expressly excluded from this guarantee.
Just looked at the Which web site and the Circulon is nine times the price of the cheapest best buy and four times the price of the highest scoring best buy.
Depends whether you are comparing the RRP as Which do, or you are comparing the price of 4 pans at £118. Therefore an average of £29 per pan. This is less than double the price of the winning best buy, a Prestige at £17.
I know which I would prefer to buy!
You are comparing a single pan price with a 4 piece set price. If you were buying 4 Prestige pans discounts are always available, so your not comparing like with like. Prestige own web site selling 4 piece set for £31 inc. del. That's £7.50 a pan compared to £29 using your method. That is a massive difference and the Circulon "Lifetime" guarantee con, excluding the most likely reason that a quality pan needs to be replaced (wear and tear). So when the non-stick stops working you will have to buy a new one.
As I can buy four Prestige pans for your one I know which I would opt for.
You're missing the point! This is a deals website. This is a good deal!
If someone posts a deal for a Ferrari at less than 50% of it's RRP it's a good deal. There's no point in saying ahhhh but you could have 4 Yugo Zastava for the same price.
Unless you are into false economy of course. Still, there's plenty of freedom of choice - you buy your cheap pans and I've bought the good ones. Thanks for your 'valuable' contribution!
If Circulon are so good why do they give such a worthless guarantee and if the Prestige are not the good ones then why would Which say they are the best buy in their tests, tests which include Circulon?
So I could take your uneducated wild guess that Circulon are better or the word of the independent Consumer Association (Which) that have done actual tests proving Prestige are a better buy. So thanks for your input, but no thanks.

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