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Circulon Infinite Hard Anodised 24/30 cm Frying Pan - Black @ Amazon £34.99 delivered

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Circulon Infinite Hard Anodised 24/30 cm Frying Pan - Black -Circulon infinite hard anodised twin pack fry pans comprising of 24 cm and 30 cm frypan -Patented Total hi-low food release system! -D… Read More
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Circulon Infinite Hard Anodised 24/30 cm Frying Pan - Black

-Circulon infinite hard anodised twin pack fry pans comprising of 24 cm and 30 cm frypan
-Patented Total hi-low food release system!
-Dishwasher Safe
-Heavy gauge hard anodized body
-Suitable for all cooker types including induction

Normally price £155

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#1
We bought these as part of the christmas special offer on the large pan set and they are excellent quality. Far better than any other circulon we've owned
#2
Had a set for 7 years . Got lots of use out of them . Then they failed , coating coming off into food . But at this price a no brained .
#3
Normal price is £69 on Amazon according to the 3cs?
#4
If these are like the camping ones they're a nightmare to clean.
2 Likes #5
I got the 20cm one for Christmas, and it's an amazing pan - it's like a ceramic pan, but forever. If that makes no sense, take one ceramic pan, use it, wash it, use it again, throw it in the bin and wonder what all the fuss was about.

Worth mentioning that the 30cm pan on its own has also been reduced from £85.00 to £29.99 (same flash sale), which is the one I'm about to buy, and tempted to get this pair as well. They really are fantastic, with an ergonomic rigid handle. The bottom does discolour with high heat, but who cares (well, me a little bit).

Very easy to clean, don't put in the dishwasher (despite what it says), never soak and always dry immediately. I love this pan, and at this price, this should be red hot.

Edited By: Holdsworth on Feb 15, 2017 10:39
#6
Excellent pieces of kitchenwear!

I don't wash them in soapy water, I give them a wipe with a damp cloth after use and they clean exceptionally well. The second set I've had (first set I washed to within an inch of their lives and ruined them) and glad to say they still look brand new.

Tempted to get a second set at this price...
#7
adeyb
Excellent pieces of kitchenwear!

I don't wash them in soapy water, I give them a wipe with a damp cloth after use and they clean exceptionally well. The second set I've had (first set I washed to within an inch of their lives and ruined them) and glad to say they still look brand new.

Tempted to get a second set at this price...


Even with oil fried items i find they get brown so need a wash
#8
Holdsworth
I got the 20cm one for Christmas, and it's an amazing pan - it's like a ceramic pan, but forever. If that makes no sense, take one ceramic pan, use it, wash it, use it again, throw it in the bin and wonder what all the fuss was about.

Worth mentioning that the 30cm pan on its own has also been reduced from £85.00 to £29.99 (same flash sale), which is the one I'm about to buy, and tempted to get this pair as well. They really are fantastic, with an ergonomic rigid handle. The bottom does discolour with high heat, but who cares (well, me a little bit).

Very easy to clean, don't put in the dishwasher (despite what it says), never soak and always dry immediately. I love this pan, and at this price, this should be red hot.


How do you clean stubborn stains i have a circulon original pan set the fry pans has gone a gold colour what would you say to use iv even tried a metal brillo :D still gold in colour
#9
Regardless of price difference, how do they compare to the Tefal Performance Pro Range?

Can any of you experts help please?

Thanks
Torres
1 Like #10
amzzzzyyyy
Holdsworth
I got the 20cm one for Christmas, and it's an amazing pan - it's like a ceramic pan, but forever. If that makes no sense, take one ceramic pan, use it, wash it, use it again, throw it in the bin and wonder what all the fuss was about.
Worth mentioning that the 30cm pan on its own has also been reduced from £85.00 to £29.99 (same flash sale), which is the one I'm about to buy, and tempted to get this pair as well. They really are fantastic, with an ergonomic rigid handle. The bottom does discolour with high heat, but who cares (well, me a little bit).
Very easy to clean, don't put in the dishwasher (despite what it says), never soak and always dry immediately. I love this pan, and at this price, this should be red hot.
How do you clean stubborn stains i have a circulon original pan set the fry pans has gone a gold colour what would you say to use iv even tried a metal brillo :D still gold in colour
You don't get staining (apart from heat stains on the bottom). The non-stick is remarkable. I wouldn't confuse these hard anodised Circulons with the old black ones. Have a look on the reviews on Amazon, and some people have put up pics of disgustingly filthy pans, which have just washed off very easily. I honestly couldn't recommend these highly enough. Especially at this price.
1 Like #11
Torres76
Regardless of price difference, how do they compare to the Tefal Performance Pro Range?

Can any of you experts help please?

Thanks
Torres
I've never used them, but I'm sure they're very good (Jamie Oliver uses them on his shows, but he may be sponsored). But, I really don't see how the Circulons could be bettered. And personally, I don't like screwed on handles - they always work loose eventually so prefer riveted.
#12
Holdsworth
Torres76
Regardless of price difference, how do they compare to the Tefal Performance Pro Range?
Can any of you experts help please?
Thanks
Torres
I've never used them, but I'm sure they're very good (Jamie Oliver uses them on his shows, but he may be sponsored). But, I really don't see how the Circulons could be bettered. And personally, I don't like screwed on handles - they always work loose eventually so prefer riveted.

http://www.debenhams.com/search/tefal+performance+pro/home

That's the range from Tefal. Just spoke to the Harts of Stur retail store and the advisor confirmed that Circulon Infinite is very popular and they sell loads of it. Circulon has a lifetime warranty vs the 12 months of Tefal.

Just picked up this set and will compare with the Tefal range which was also ordered earlier this week.

Thanks for your help Holdsworth
#13
#14
Stopped buying all coated pans and went for the De Buyer Mineral B range of heavy carbon steel frying pans etc . Not cheap but if you bide your time and keep searching you can come up with some big discounts . Once seasoned well nothing sticks and you can heat to the point that will destroy any coated pan with no problems .
#15
Fantastic price for great pans. Thanks OP.
#16
thanks op - ordered
#17
Yes, thanks OP. My mum reckons these are quality and that's the only review I need!
#18
has the deal ended?
#19
Expired :(
1 Like #20
Flash in the pan sale..
#21
Anyone had theirs delivered?
#22
Has anybody received damaged pans. Ours came dented (packaging was fine) and now there is a 2 month wait for replacements :(
1 Like #23
Just received a second set that was dented in the samed place so I think these are seconds...anybody else had the same problem??
#24
ladymarmalade
Just received a second set that was dented in the samed place so I think these are seconds...anybody else had the same problem??

No problems here. Recieved my sealed set fine. Looked brand new...
#25
Thanks Torres. Maybe just unlucky.

I have a 3rd set coming out tomorrow...just hope Amazon don't cancel my account for too many returns now.

I have spent thousands over the years but this will be my 4th return all in the last month :(

Thanks for letting me know.

Xx

Edited By: ladymarmalade on Feb 24, 2017 16:01
#26
ladymarmalade
Thanks Torres. Maybe just unlucky.
I have a 3rd set coming out tomorrow...just hope Amazon don't cancel my account for too many returns now.
I have spent thousands over the years but this will be my 4th return all in the last month :(
Thanks for letting me know.
Xx

I have heard about this cancelling accounts malarkey via the media and hence I am wary about returns goods with them. Ps I think you just got unlucky.
1 Like #27
We had our third set today and they were perfect so I think we were just unlucky. At least he can cook my tea now without moaning we have no big pans :)
#28
ladymarmalade
We had our third set today and they were perfect so I think we were just unlucky. At least he can cook my tea now without moaning we have no big pans :)

Excellent news. No reason to avoid the kitchen now :-)

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