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Circulon Infinite Hard Anodised Cookware Set, 5-Piece £134.99 / 10 Piece £199.99 @ Amazon

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Circulon Infinite Hard Anodised Cookware Set, 5-Piece - Black (Was £370.00) Comprised of 20 cm/3.8 litre saucepan, 18 cm/2.8 litre saucepan, 16 cm/1.9 litre saucepan, 24 cm frypan and 20 cm fry… Read More
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Circulon Infinite Hard Anodised Cookware Set, 5-Piece - Black (Was £370.00)
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Comprised of 20 cm/3.8 litre saucepan, 18 cm/2.8 litre saucepan, 16 cm/1.9 litre saucepan, 24 cm frypan and 20 cm frypan
Patented Total Hi-Low food release system, outlasts all other non-stick cookware - Guaranteed!
Dishwasher safe
Heavy gauge hard anodised body
Suitable for all cooker types including induction


Circulon Hard Anodised Cookware Set, 10 Piece - Black (Was £398.76)

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Patented total Hi-Low Non-Stick system. Proven to provide non-stick performance
Heavy gauge hard anodised material spreads heat evenly and is durable
Comfortable stainless steel handles for lasting performance
Oven safe up to 260 Celsius/500 Fahrenheit/Gas mark 9
Suitable for all cooktops, excluding induction. Comes with lifetime guarantee
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#1
Heat added. Best pans I've ever used.
#2
Which set is better value?
#3
Fantastic pans
#4
They are great pans, I bought a set over 10 years ago, and in summer this year they replaced the milk pan as the non-stick had begun to come off - not too keen on the metal handles on these though - unless they have some wizardry to stop them getting hot
#5
We've had these for years, great pans imo. heat added.
#6
Damn you! Ordered.
#7
Looks good but worth noting that the sizes of the pots are quite small. Tempted by the induction set.
#8
Great pans - love ours and the best we've had by far.

Also used on Masterchef too 8)
#9
It's also worth noting the two sets above are different ranges.
The 5 piece is from the infinite range the 10 piece is the standard (professional?) range.
1 Like #10
ljstrawson
It's also worth noting the two sets above are different ranges.
The 5 piece is from the infinite range the 10 piece is the standard (professional?) range.

I emailed Circlon in May:

Thank you for your email.

I can confirm all the Circulon ranges are made of the same hard anodised material the only difference in the ranges is the fittings i.e handles and lids.

Kind regards
Suzanne Ford

Customer Support Department | Meyer Group Limited
Consumer helpline: 0151 482 8282 | Trade helpline: 0151 482 8180
A: Wirral International Business Park, Riverview Road, CH62 3RH
W: http://www.meyergroup.co.uk

NB. Any prices quoted are inclusive of VAT, and postage costs supplied are for mainland UK unless otherwise stated.

Please consider the environment before printing this email
Sent: 18 May 2016 08:45
To: Customer Support
Subject: Differences between two models.

Hello.

I've decided I want buy a set of Circuon pans.


I'm a little confused as to if there are any differences between the Origins range and the Premier Professional ranges.

Are the only differences the quality of the the handles? Or are the differences in the thickness of the base pans.


Thank you for clarifying.


Regards
#11
Spakkle
They are great pans, I bought a set over 10 years ago, and in summer this year they replaced the milk pan as the non-stick had begun to come off - not too keen on the metal handles on these though - unless they have some wizardry to stop them getting hot

But don't you need metal handles to be able to place them in the oven?
#12
kingchris
ljstrawson
It's also worth noting the two sets above are different ranges.
The 5 piece is from the infinite range the 10 piece is the standard (professional?) range.
I emailed Circlon in May:
Thank you for your email.
I can confirm all the Circulon ranges are made of the same hard anodised material the only difference in the ranges is the fittings i.e handles and lids.
Kind regards
Suzanne Ford
Customer Support Department | Meyer Group Limited
Consumer helpline: 0151 482 8282 | Trade helpline: 0151 482 8180
A: Wirral International Business Park, Riverview Road, CH62 3RH
W: http://www.meyergroup.co.uk
NB. Any prices quoted are inclusive of VAT, and postage costs supplied are for mainland UK unless otherwise stated.
Please consider the environment before printing this email
Sent: 18 May 2016 08:45
To: Customer Support
Subject: Differences between two models.
Hello.
I've decided I want buy a set of Circuon pans.
I'm a little confused as to if there are any differences between the Origins range and the Premier Professional ranges.
Are the only differences the quality of the the handles? Or are the differences in the thickness of the base pans.
Thank you for clarifying.
Regards

Which set has the better handles?? (Serious question)
1 Like #13
haritori
Spakkle
They are great pans, I bought a set over 10 years ago, and in summer this year they replaced the milk pan as the non-stick had begun to come off - not too keen on the metal handles on these though - unless they have some wizardry to stop them getting hot
But don't you need metal handles to be able to place them in the oven?
Yes and No. The plastic ones go upto I think around 180c.
#14
kingchris
ljstrawson
It's also worth noting the two sets above are different ranges.
The 5 piece is from the infinite range the 10 piece is the standard (professional?) range.

I emailed Circlon in May:

Thank you for your email.

I can confirm all the Circulon ranges are made of the same hard anodised material the only difference in the ranges is the fittings i.e handles and lids.

Kind regards
Suzanne Ford

Customer Support Department | Meyer Group Limited
Consumer helpline: 0151 482 8282 | Trade helpline: 0151 482 8180
A: Wirral International Business Park, Riverview Road, CH62 3RH
W: http://www.meyergroup.co.uk

NB. Any prices quoted are inclusive of VAT, and postage costs supplied are for mainland UK unless otherwise stated.

Please consider the environment before printing this email
Sent: 18 May 2016 08:45
To: Customer Support
Subject: Differences between two models.

Hello.

I've decided I want buy a set of Circuon pans.


I'm a little confused as to if there are any differences between the Origins range and the Premier Professional ranges.

Are the only differences the quality of the the handles? Or are the differences in the thickness of the base pans.


Thank you for clarifying.


Regards


Did they respond?
It would appear the 10 piece set doesn't have the stainless steel & aluminium base that the Infiniti range has?
#15
I just noticed the 10 piece set ISN'T suitable for induction, but the 5 piece set is??

How can that be right if they're the same bar the handle, as the woman said? (Not accusing you of lying of course)

Edited By: djbenny1 on Dec 13, 2016 09:45
1 Like #16
ljstrawson

Did they respond?
It would appear the 10 piece set doesn't have the stainless steel & aluminium base that the Infiniti range has?

Looks like that is the difference between these two. I think the heavy base of the 5 piece set is more appealing.

Sorry my email related to the Infinite and Origins ranges.


I have a set with the heavy base like the 5 piece and they are excellent.
#17
Great pan set, usually available from Debenhams on offer for £80, this is what i paid
#18
haritori
Spakkle
They are great pans, I bought a set over 10 years ago, and in summer this year they replaced the milk pan as the non-stick had begun to come off - not too keen on the metal handles on these though - unless they have some wizardry to stop them getting hot
But don't you need metal handles to be able to place them in the oven?

Possibly, but i have never, and never needed to put a pan the oven? am I missing something here ha. Mine are metal and rubber where you hold, keeping them cool, and makes them feel slightly better in build qualityrather than just a metal handle. Mine are the "Steel Elite" as seen here

http://www.atthegiftbox.com/circulon-steel-elite-5pce-saucepan-set-1577-p.asp?gclid=CPLC9ZDz8NACFeqT7QodFZUF4w

(better photo here ( http://circulon.uk.com/circulon-steel-elite-99854mo-ultimate-pan-set.html )

which i can say I would buy these again today if I didn't already have a set with a lifetime guarantee ha. I guess full metal handles seem a cheaper manufacturing option to me, though I could be completely wrong here.

We have a full metal copper based pan that the OH bought with him when moved in, and I have used it but the handle gets too hot to touch, so have to use oven gloves which, to me, isn't totally safe with a pan of boiling water when cooking pasta for example. So I didnt know whether Circulon have overcome this issue with their pans


Edited By: Spakkle on Dec 13, 2016 10:00
#19
radiohead9999
Great pan set, usually available from Debenhams on offer for £80, this is what i paid


Debenhams don't stock the infinite range they stock the Ultimum and Momenton ranges. Are you sure yours are not the Ultimum range?
#20
I had an issue with an old set of circulon pans with a lifetime guarantee. Over ten years old and faultless service replacing them. I was given one down from this range and they are really good, recommended
1 Like #21
Spakkle
haritori
Spakkle
They are great pans, I bought a set over 10 years ago, and in summer this year they replaced the milk pan as the non-stick had begun to come off - not too keen on the metal handles on these though - unless they have some wizardry to stop them getting hot
But don't you need metal handles to be able to place them in the oven?
Possibly, but i have never, and never needed to put a pan the oven? am I missing something here ha. Mine are metal and rubber where you hold, keeping them cool, and makes them feel slightly better in build qualityrather than just a metal handle. Mine are the "Steel Elite" as seen herehttp://www.atthegiftbox.com/circulon-steel-elite-5pce-saucepan-set-1577-p.asp?gclid=CPLC9ZDz8NACFeqT7QodFZUF4w
(better photo here ( http://circulon.uk.com/circulon-steel-elite-99854mo-ultimate-pan-set.html )
which i can say I would buy these again today if I didn't already have a set with a lifetime guarantee ha. I guess full metal handles seem a cheaper manufacturing option to me, though I could be completely wrong here.
We have a full metal copper based pan that the OH bought with him when moved in, and I have used it but the handle gets too hot to touch, so have to use oven gloves which, to me, isn't totally safe with a pan of boiling water when cooking pasta for example. So I didnt know whether Circulon have overcome this issue with their pans

You might never have had to.

all professional pans are metal handled as so they can be placed in very hot ovens and under grills etc..
#22
I've had a set of Circulon pans for 15 years now, bought from Debenhams, still going strong and not had a single problem. (Equivalent is probably today's "Momentum" range.) Highly recommended cookware. Heated!
#23
haritori
Spakkle
haritori
Spakkle
They are great pans, I bought a set over 10 years ago, and in summer this year they replaced the milk pan as the non-stick had begun to come off - not too keen on the metal handles on these though - unless they have some wizardry to stop them getting hot
But don't you need metal handles to be able to place them in the oven?
Possibly, but i have never, and never needed to put a pan the oven? am I missing something here ha. Mine are metal and rubber where you hold, keeping them cool, and makes them feel slightly better in build qualityrather than just a metal handle. Mine are the "Steel Elite" as seen herehttp://www.atthegiftbox.com/circulon-steel-elite-5pce-saucepan-set-1577-p.asp?gclid=CPLC9ZDz8NACFeqT7QodFZUF4w
(better photo here ( http://circulon.uk.com/circulon-steel-elite-99854mo-ultimate-pan-set.html )
which i can say I would buy these again today if I didn't already have a set with a lifetime guarantee ha. I guess full metal handles seem a cheaper manufacturing option to me, though I could be completely wrong here.
We have a full metal copper based pan that the OH bought with him when moved in, and I have used it but the handle gets too hot to touch, so have to use oven gloves which, to me, isn't totally safe with a pan of boiling water when cooking pasta for example. So I didnt know whether Circulon have overcome this issue with their pans
You might never have had to.
all professional pans are metal handled as so they can be placed in very hot ovens and under grills etc..

Quite - Im no professional ha
#24
I'm a bit confused as these say not suitable for induction hobs...but I bought the very same set (5 piece) about 4 years ago and they work fine on my induction hobs... Am going mad or does anyone else use these on induction hobs?
2 Likes #25
Dazzler Mclean
I'm a bit confused as these say not suitable for induction hobs...but I bought the very same set (5 piece) about 4 years ago and they work fine on my induction hobs... Am going mad or does anyone else use these on induction hobs?

The Infinite ones (in the five piece set above) are suitable for induction hobs due to the composition of the base plate - in fact it's even stamped on the base plate (I just checked mine).

The Commercial / Professional ones (the 10 piece set above) are not suitable for induction hobs due to the different base plate (or lack thereof)... At least that's my understanding!

D


Edited By: dazbang on Dec 13, 2016 11:33
#26
Bought a circulon infinite saucepan and it was so good that I bought a huge circulon stockpot

Solid build, good for induction and seems to last a long time. My tefal wok in comparison is already falling apart after 1 1/2 years, not too impressed with them
#27
Would love a set like this but then I look at my 3 stainless steel catering pans that I grabbed off my dad when he retired. 30 years old and going strong; grubby on the outside but throw anything you like at them and still clean as a whistle. :)
#28
Can anyone help - do any of these sets 5 piece or 10 piece be used for cooking on a traditional flame burner gas? thanks
1 Like #29
gmerchant
Can anyone help - do any of these sets 5 piece or 10 piece be used for cooking on a traditional flame burner gas? thanks

I was about to ask same thing!
1 Like #30
gmerchant
Can anyone help - do any of these sets 5 piece or 10 piece be used for cooking on a traditional flame burner gas? thanks


I don't think I've ever seen a saucepan set that isn't gas compatible.
1 Like #31
@ ljstrawson.. thanks but I was hoping that someone who has uses these on gas flame before would be able to comment if they have used it in past.
#32
Mine arrived today. They look great, will try them out tonight.

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