Le Creuset Cast Iron Oval Casserole, Satin Black (Also available in Cerise and Volcanic), 40 cm - Was £308! £120 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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I appreciate this will have a very limited appeal due to the size but for anybody who likes to cook for parties and can accommodate this casserole dish in their oven it's a great price for an item that will last a lifetime!

Also available in Cerise and Volcanic

Product Features

* 40 cm wide
* Holds 14.8 litres
* Portion size 15-20
* Black interior, which is hard wearing and easy to clean
* Suitable for use in the Dishwasher, Oven, Freezer and Hob

Domislice: 2-5 weeks on the black now.
- Domislice
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#1
thanks ordered!
#2
Also available in Cerise and Volcanic colours.
You might want to add that to your title?
#3
Wow fantastic deal, a little rich for me at this time :(

Enjoy!
#4
OMG....:w00t:
#5
robsprocket
Also available in Cerise and Volcanic colours.
You might want to add that to your title?


Thanks. I spotted it was in Volcanic also. should have mentioned it. edited original post. :thumbsup:
#6
**wails** I want this but can't justify it....we're a family of 4 not 40.

I have a size 27 and 29 in Le creuset and they're big and heavy enough empty. I don't think I could actually lift this. **goes off to sob in a corner**
#7
I just find it hard to believe that anyone would spend £308 (or even £120 for that matter) for a cooking pot. It's a wide world out there...
#8
That will be so heavy,and once full of stew etc......but still a great price for world class pans.
#9
one born every minute.
ahhhhh any old iron any old iron , any any ,,,,,,,,,,,,
1 Like #10
UnclePotter
That will be so heavy,and once full of stew etc......but still a great price for world class pans.


airportloungelizard
one born every minute.
ahhhhh any old iron any old iron , any any ,,,,,,,,,,,,

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Hi - can only think that you've never cooked in a Le Creuset pot. Best pots in the world AND you get to build upper body strength, all at the same time.:thumbsup::-D
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#11
These pots will outlive you, you're children and your grandchildren, food cooks evenly due to the cast iron retaining heat. Usually easy to clean and for some reason food retains a greater flavour, I don't know why it just does.

Having bought many, many sets of pans over the years, which have turned out to be flimsy and rubbish, these are a great investment for anyone.

Oh and they look purty too.:)

But for the love of God, don't drop one on your foot.:giggle:
#12
cibarious
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Hi - can only think that you've never cooked in a Le Creuset pot. Best pots in the world AND you get to build upper body strength, all at the same time.:thumbsup::-D
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:thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup:
#13
SFJnet
I just find it hard to believe that anyone would spend £308 (or even £120 for that matter) for a cooking pot. It's a wide world out there...


Ah, but would those other cooking pots take quite as long to heat up, or be as likely to give you 3rd degree burns while you're struggling to lift them out of the oven, or...? Oh, I see. :oops:
#14
You lot must be real cooking fans to spend £120 on a pot....I love cooking but I'd feel too guilty spending that sort of money. Still, it seems a good deal given the original retail price. Happy cooking !!!
#15
Love le crueset am slowly building up quite a collection but alas this is a little outta my price range!
#16
People's obsession with Le Creuset baffles me, it must be some kind of status symbol as that's the only reason why I can think someone would pay the retail price of their pots. Simple reasoning seems to go out the window, a £9 mug is suddenly good value.

Still, this is a hot price.
#17
Hot price, and lets remember £120 to one person might be the same as £20 to another.

Nice post, thanks.
#18
What right do some people have to judge/condemn what other people want to spend their hard earned money on?

I wouldn't dream of spending £100's on many of the electronic goods (hot deal or not) on here but I dont feel it neccessary to go on the threads and be little the folks who they do appeal to. If it doesn't appeal to you, don't look at the thread and certainly don't waste your life commenting on them.

Hot deal, well spotted!
1 Like #19
weiran
People's obsession with Le Creuset baffles me, it must be some kind of status symbol as that's the only reason why I can think someone would pay the retail price of their pots. Simple reasoning seems to go out the window, a £9 mug is suddenly good value.

Still, this is a hot price.


I wouldn't say its a status symbol, more that people who like cooking, acheive really good results using cast iron. There are other brands, Staub, for example are considered superior to Le Creuset by many.

Anyway, I get baffled with people's obsession with telly 1080P dooberrys.....:?:
#20
JoseSmith
What right do some people have to judge/condemn what other people want to spend their hard earned money on?

I wouldn't dream of spending £100's on many of the electronic goods (hot deal or not) on here but I dont feel it neccessary to go on the threads and be little the folks who they do appeal to. If it doesn't appeal to you, don't look at the thread and certainly don't waste your life commenting on them.

Hot deal, well spotted!


I'm with you on that one.

We all have different sized pockets and a deal is a deal no matter who it appeals to!

Just annoying that if someone finds something like Modern Warfare 2 for 1p cheaper than the previous post it goes red hot in minutes!! But a deal like this, saving people over £100 gets cold votes no doubt from the same people scouring this site looking to save that 1p!!!
#21
With these being iron, do they not rust easily?
#22
2 to 5 weeks delivery, s no longer available in time for Christmas.
#23
More mug bait for AGA victims.

Seriously, yes they are good pots in some respects but they are only cast iron, not precious metals. The prices some other brands charge for similar items puts LeCreuset pricing into a real world perspective - but of course they don't have the name do they!

And this particular one needs to come with a fork lift truck to move it. You'd better have RSJs as oven shelves!
#24
Besford
More mug bait for AGA victims.

Seriously, yes they are good pots in some respects but they are only cast iron, not precious metals. The prices some other brands charge for similar items puts LeCreuset pricing into a real world perspective - but of course they don't have the name do they!

And this particular one needs to come with a fork lift truck to move it. You'd better have RSJs as oven shelves!


I agree wholeheartedly.

This is typical of branding aimed at an elite market who have more money than sense.

There's a plethora of cast iron products similar to these out there , but if it has to have Le Creuset emblazoned on it, then be prepared to pay through the nose.

Uber bourgeoisie if you ask me... somewhat reminiscent of Harry Enfield's Chelsea junk shop "I saw you coming".
#25
Erm, I don't have an aga, or am uber bourgeoisie...far from it. I tend to get my cast iron from charity shops, car boots and ebay, sometimes Amazon if its a really good deal.

Really don't like your snidey insinuations, whats wrong with liking and having a preference for some cookware.......get over yourselves.:x
#26
BorisTheSpider
With these being iron, do they not rust easily?


No it's enamelled so doesn't rust. Don't use in the dishwasher though, sometimes the rim has a thin area of cast iron and it can discolour if left in the steamof the dishwasher,

Old Le Creuset used to have the plain iron bottoms but new is completely enamelled.
#27
JoseSmith
What right do some people have to judge/condemn what other people want to spend their hard earned money on?

I wouldn't dream of spending £100's on many of the electronic goods (hot deal or not) on here but I dont feel it neccessary to go on the threads and be little the folks who they do appeal to. If it doesn't appeal to you, don't look at the thread and certainly don't waste your life commenting on them.

Hot deal, well spotted!


:thumbsup: Exactly. It's less money than a gaming geek would spend on a video card !
#28
martinelsen
I agree wholeheartedly.

This is typical of branding aimed at an elite market who have more money than sense.

There's a plethora of cast iron products similar to these out there , but if it has to have Le Creuset emblazoned on it, then be prepared to pay through the nose.

Uber bourgeoisie if you ask me... somewhat reminiscent of Harry Enfield's Chelsea junk shop "I saw you coming".


Besford
More mug bait for AGA victims.

Seriously, yes they are good pots in some respects but they are only cast iron, not precious metals. The prices some other brands charge for similar items puts LeCreuset pricing into a real world perspective - but of course they don't have the name do they!

And this particular one needs to come with a fork lift truck to move it. You'd better have RSJs as oven shelves!


[A question open to anyone reading and not only to those whom I am quoting.]

A relative of mine has always wanted something like this, however I think this may be too large and a bit out of their price range - with that said could you please suggest an alternative (and perhaps cheaper) product that are similar (and hopefully smaller) than this one.

Thanks! :thumbsup:
#29
Thanks OP; that's my Mums' Christmas present sorted :santa: People can spend their money on whatever they like, but that's totally irrelevent as to whether something is a good deal or not. This is a good deal.

Some people are so introverted.
1 Like #30
Scar
[A question open to anyone reading and not only to those whom I am quoting.]

A relative of mine has always wanted something like this, however I think this may be too large and a bit out of their price range - with that said could you please suggest an alternative (and perhaps cheaper) product that are similar (and hopefully smaller) than this one.

Thanks! :thumbsup:




http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/551649/le-creuset-22cm-cast-iron-casserole

If you can get hold of this that'd be a good deal and reasonable size.

Or...http://www.nisbets.co.uk/products/productdetail.asp?productCode=U573&BNRID=DOTD9

well timed deal of the day at Nisbets is a cast iron casserole for a 2.25 litre size.


I've posted this as a seperate deal for those looking for a smaller and cheaper cast iron casserole pot.
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Scar
[A question open to anyone reading and not only to those whom I am quoting.]

A relative of mine has always wanted something like this, however I think this may be too large and a bit out of their price range - with that said could you please suggest an alternative (and perhaps cheaper) product that are similar (and hopefully smaller) than this one.

Thanks! :thumbsup:


Hi, I also spotted this on Amazon. the colour is questionable but obviously personal preference. Ideal size for serving about 6 people depending on portions. Maybe more if you're not greedy like me :-D

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Creuset-Cast-Iron-Round-Casserole/dp/B000ORJFSC/ref=sr_1_5?ie=UTF8&s=kitchen&qid=1260353926&sr=1-5

May be worthy of it's own Post I'm not sure?
#32
Triker
I wouldn't say its a status symbol, more that people who like cooking, acheive really good results using cast iron. There are other brands, Staub, for example are considered superior to Le Creuset by many.


But these aren't bought purely for their cooking ability, otherwise a plain cast iron pot will do just as well. I think some people genuinely see being able to cook and serve food from Le Creuset products to be a status symbol, and are willing to pay the cost.
#33
It's the same as any branded product. Yes there is some status attached to it but there is also an assurance of quality. A cooking pot you will use a lot and will last 20 years is a good investment to most people.
#34
holy christmas, i need one of these :P I currently have a 29cm and that feeds 5-6 greedy students, god knows how many this beast could manage.
#35
weiran
People's obsession with Le Creuset baffles me, it must be some kind of status symbol as that's the only reason why I can think someone would pay the retail price of their pots. Simple reasoning seems to go out the window, a £9 mug is suddenly good value.

Still, this is a hot price.


I have had my pot set for 18 years and they get a lot of use daily. They are still in good working order and great pots. Would love the casserole if santa is reading this:santa::santa:
#36
Nice spot, thanks
#37
Waiting for the first call from casualty when it has broken the oven shelf and smashed its way out of the oven door, scalding all and sundry on the way :)
#38
http://www.brandalley.co.uk/FSMarque/Id-2737-Produit-0-Page-4

Cheaper alternative..... Kitchencraft molten cast iron oval casserole with lid 6.5l 33cm x 25cm x 13.5cm £42.00 RRP £110.00
#39
3.1415926
Waiting for the first call from casualty when it has broken the oven shelf and smashed its way out of the oven door, scalding all and sundry on the way :)


Sorry, why does that need a smile at the end?
#40
3.1415926
Waiting for the first call from casualty when it has broken the oven shelf and smashed its way out of the oven door, scalding all and sundry on the way :)


Casserole commentary from a man that doesn't even know the value of pi.
Very surreal.

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