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Half price tefal frying pans at argos from £7.99

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Teal frying pans down to half RRP in Argos prices from £7.99 varying sizes available. Read More
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Teal frying pans down to half RRP in Argos prices from £7.99 varying sizes available.
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1 Like #1
Gives a 404!
#3
Still the same :( watch out some of the already cheap ones are made to a price worth paying extra

Edited By: eslick on Jan 03, 2015 10:19
#4
Links are working for me. So unsure why you get error 404.
#5
I've had 400 errors all night on the desktop Argos site. I can get onto the mobile site no problem though.
#6
I've got one of these and it is ok, however, think now I want to get one of the oil-free frying pans - my mum has got one and she can fry eggs, etc, in it without using any oil - think she got it from JML.
#7
Having had a number of tefal pans I can't recommend these to anyone

Go ceramic! It doesn't flake off and burn :)
#9
The JML non stick ceramic is also half price.
http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/8617062.htm
#10
is there anywhere that actually defines the difference between all the different names tefal gives to the different styles? there seems zero or very little difference between them all, apart from the most basic having worse handles.

Which is actually supposed to be the best model name?

Edited By: KL88 on Jan 04, 2015 13:33
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KL88
there seems zero or very little difference between them all, apart from the most basic having worse handles.
Intensium and Initiative are the ones to go for as far as price/quality goes, but usually any that don't say 'it's time' on are normally ok. These are pretty bad, terrible handles and very thin compared to the normal Tefal pans (the intensium are about 3mm thick, these feel more like 1.5mm).
#12
So which tefal range is best to go for?
#13
Should mention I'm after a 30cm one
#14
It's not regal its some kind of a subsidiary.
#15
Taobitz
Should mention I'm after a 30cm one
I bought a 30cm one from Sainsburys last week. it was reduced to £13 I think.

Edited By: Loubou on Jan 06, 2015 21:07: I added an extra word.
#16
Grrrr all frying pans oos near me
#17
SanTokiMTB
KL88
there seems zero or very little difference between them all, apart from the most basic having worse handles.
Intensium and Initiative are the ones to go for as far as price/quality goes, but usually any that don't say 'it's time' on are normally ok. These are pretty bad, terrible handles and very thin compared to the normal Tefal pans (the intensium are about 3mm thick, these feel more like 1.5mm).


I agree. I always have tefal frying pans and have found the intensium level pans are excellent and will last years (my last lot lasted 10years before I replaced them) but you are lucky to get a year out of the low end ones before the non stick degrades or the handles snap!

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