Ethos Double Pour Saucepan Set, Copper Based, Stainless Steel, 5 Piece reduced from £89.99 to just £29.08 delivered @ Amazon! - HotUKDeals
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This five piece saucepan set contains a 14cm milk pan, 16cm, 18cm and 20cm lidded saucepans and a 24cm frying pan. The bases are encapsulated copper covered allowing a more even distribution of heat when cooking. The lids are glass so you can see at an instant how your food is cooking. The lids are steam vented and have an excellent double pour feature. The lids have a drainage feature built in that allows you to drain the water from your pans with the lids still on making it so much safer. The pans themselves are mirror finished polished stainless steel.
these saucepans will look great in your kitchen and will be a pleasure to work with!

The set is covered by a manufacturer's ten year guarantee. As with all saucepan sets, instructions should be read carefully before use and oven gloves should always be worn. Due to the mirror finish of these pans hand washing is recommended as it has recently been found that some dishwasher detergents can damage the finish of stainless steel.

Launched in 1998, Ethos has rocketed to success in the UK and around the world. Although relatively young, Ethos continues to win accolades as the most innovative, forward-thinking company in their field. Ethos is renowned as a design-led yet affordable lifestyle brand. Always looking for something different, expected the unexpected from Ethos!
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#1
Fantastic deal - I'm in for a set.
#2
Great deal. I am in need of a new set, so this may well be my next purchase.
#3
ive got mine coming:-D
[mod]#4
Nice one. Decided today that we need a new set of pans. H and R added!!
#5
Anyone know if these pans react to an induction hob?
#6
Might be of help to someone but the ETHOS shop in the Lowry Outlet Mall in Manchester were selling these pans individually for £3.50 each. They all came with strainer lids and were in perfect condition, I got mine the other day (one large and one smaller sized one) and they are great pans. Heavy, sturdy and good value for money!
#7
any idea if this pans react to Induction Hobs??

Doh, i shd had read all the threads- Question already asked- but no one has answered it yet
#8
according to this site, (looks very similar set, might be the same)

http://www.twenga.co.uk/offer/6883/1528894184308058946.html

it does solid plate, gas,elecetric and halogen
#9
are they non stick ?
#10
Doesn't look it, can't see the 'giveaway' black coating on the insides in the picture...
#11
Anyone know if they have rivited handles or not ? Thanks
#12
great find thanx heat added
#13
Thanks for this,just ordered
#14
Steel Pans Normally Catch The Bottom While Cooking....so I Always Go For The Nonstick Version.
#15
Interesting that they only give a 10 yr Guarantee on amazon.
Go to fleebay and look at item number [COLOR=#810081]250307609666[/COLOR]

[COLOR=darkred]Good deal Amibees but they are only about £50.00 elsewhere.[/COLOR]

[COLOR=#8b0000]On this pic it LOOKS like they might have rivetted handles. Any one else think that?[/COLOR]

http://i14.ebayimg.com/07/i/001/0a/07/4458_12.JPG
#16
CHOKYCHOC;3334480
Steel Pans Normally Catch The Bottom While Cooking....so I Always Go For The Nonstick Version.


Don't get put off stainless steel pans - have had a set of Stellar stainless steel pans since 1985, and have yet to catch the bottom! Mine have aluminium encapsulated bases, this set on this post looks as thought the copper should be for that purpose, my only worry is that they might be a bit "lightweight" however the price is undeniably good.

Non-stick pans are not for serious cooks, NOTHING yet invented can take the punishment, it is just a lot of advertising waffle - so they need consigning to the bin in such a short time, so for a small egg/omelette pan or a milk pan, that's fair enough, but expect to have to replace it when the coating is clapped out. I am needing a new 6 or 7" frying pan for this purpose at the moment. I use a carbon steel frying pan for meat, and it is naturally non stick for high heat use, like my wok; but for delicate things such as eggs which cook at lower temperatures, carbon steel is a bit of an effort to maintain totally non-stick, so I do buy "disposable" pans for this! My stainless steel pans are effectively unmarked after 23 years though, if a mark does appear it scours out in seconds. I added some Oneida stockpots and casseroles from an ultra-bargain Hot deal on here recently, and it looks as though they will out last even my Stellar ones :-)
#17
These are good pans, I had some until about a year or so ago.

Just don't put them in cold water while they are still hot, you have to let them cool down first. The copper contracts at a different rate the to rest of the pan, and will separate itself if it is cooled rapidly.
#18
Nystagmos;3338513
These are good pans, I had some until about a year or so ago.

Just don't put them in cold water while they are still hot, you have to let them cool down first. The copper contracts at a different rate the to rest of the pan, and will separate itself if it is cooled rapidly.


Oh dear, that's a bit of a killer feature then.
Life is too short to wait until a hot pan cools down!
#19
Needs unexpiring now.

just checked and back in stock
#20
rizla01
Needs unexpiring now.

just checked and back in stock


Yes , just ordered .
#21
Ordered. Great deal thx
#22
nihcaj;3336060
Don't get put off stainless steel pans - have had a set of Stellar stainless steel pans since 1985, and have yet to catch the bottom! Mine have aluminium encapsulated bases, this set on this post looks as thought the copper should be for that purpose, my only worry is that they might be a bit "lightweight" however the price is undeniably good.Non-stick pans are not for serious cooks, NOTHING yet invented can take the punishment, it is just a lot of advertising waffle - so they need consigning to the bin in such a short time, so for a small egg/omelette pan or a milk pan, that's fair enough, but expect to have to replace it when the coating is clapped out. I am needing a new 6 or 7" frying pan for this purpose at the moment. I use a carbon steel frying pan for meat, and it is naturally non stick for high heat use, like my wok; but for delicate things such as eggs which cook at lower temperatures, carbon steel is a bit of an effort to maintain totally non-stick, so I do buy "disposable" pans for this! My stainless steel pans are effectively unmarked after 23 years though, if a mark does appear it scours out in seconds. I added some Oneida stockpots and casseroles from an ultra-bargain Hot deal on here recently, and it looks as though they will out last even my Stellar ones :-)


Totally agree. Had my set 23 yrs. Non stick really is a waste of time, need replacing too frequently.

I am searching for SSteel large frying / saute pan. Have bought expensive non stick ones but no more....any suggestions
#23
Hope it's good quality, mine is being delivered tomorrow.
Thanks to the OP and whoever reposted the deal today, would never have seen it otherwise!!
#24
look decent rated hot, now 29.99 not much increase!
#25
Received ours today , pans themselves are OK but the handles leave a lot to be desired , open ended with sharp internal edges where they have been pressed .

25 yrs guarantee according to the box .
banned#26
Nystagmos


Just don't put them in cold water while they are still hot, you have to let them cool down first. The copper contracts at a different rate the to rest of the pan, and will separate itself if it is cooled rapidly.


So how thick is the copper covering? The description says they are copper encapsulated, not copper - a bit like silver plate compared to silver.
#27
mabccc
So how thick is the copper covering? The description says they are copper encapsulated, not copper - a bit like silver plate compared to silver.


My set came yesterday. As PJR notes, the handles are less than adequate. I actually cut my finger on a handle while taking it out of the box! They are made from crudely stamped thin sheet metal.

As for the thickness of the copper, it simply isn't. It is a very thin copper plating which looks of poor quality, like you could pick it off with your fingernail.

Overall the pans feel light, cheap and flimsy, because the steel is so thin I feel that I could bend the pans out of shape with my bare hands.

The lids are OK though. And it's all very shiny!

I can't recommend this pan set even at this reduced price. At the full price this is daylight robbery!
#28
i didn't think much of them either and sent them back saying the name ethos is nowhere on the packaging and they have refunded me postage as well.
#29
I got this the other day. I have decided to send it back as the copper plating is more like a copper atom-thick sheath. and the handle quality is poor. It just isn't upto scratch. i'd annoyed at spending 29.99 for this i'd be really narked at the quality at full price.
#30
back on for a tenner delivered :) (rubbish reviews though)

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