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Le Creuset Cast Iron Oval Cocotte / Casserole 27cm Granite £19.39

£19.39 @ Amazon
Product Features Easy to use and easy to clean Le Creuset enamelled cast iron cookware offers superb cooking results Suitable for all heat sources Energy efficient - for best results use on low to… Read More
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Product Features
Easy to use and easy to clean
Le Creuset enamelled cast iron cookware offers superb cooking results
Suitable for all heat sources
Energy efficient - for best results use on low to medium heat
This versatile casserole can be used on the hob, in the oven and taken to the table
The oval shape is ideal for pot roasting
Dishwasher safe
27cm x 21.5cm x 10cm / 4.2L
Ideal size for 6 - 7 servings.
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#1
Can't get the image link to work - sorry.
#2
Makes a change to see something on here which was on MSE first! Better offer (if there's any left) are the 21cm casserole dishes for just £6.67 each.
#3
Excellent price ellie ! :) Sorted piccy :)
#4
Ive been after one of these for ages. saw a set in makro in december for about £80 but hubby wouldnt treat me so will have to go for this thanks.:thumbsup:
#5
Absolute bargain! Not restricted to the granite finish either. I've just bought the classic volcanic coloured one. Voted hot!
#6
Thanks. just ordered 2. Gift for my mum. 29cm is almost £100.
#7
Voted Hot - a great deal. However, check out the following link for a 20cm round blue casserole dish including a silicone whisk and double oven glove for only £27.22. Individually the cheapest blue casserole dish on its own is retailing on Amazon for £49.97. Add in £10.29 for the whisk and £13.47 for the oven glove and I think you've got a real bargain.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Round-Casserole-Black-Double-Silicon/dp/B000FJ7CIE/sr=1-4/qid=1172012131/ref=sr_1_4/202-1919193-5595814?ie=UTF8&s=kitchen
#8
Just bought 1 for my mums birthday, thanks!!:thumbsup:

p.s: this dish is £90 on John Lewis
#9
I have been wanting one of these.... wow thanks...! :prop:
#10
Good post, nice price! Ta! :thumbsup:

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#11
I also bought the le creuset cookbook which has 35% off - now £7.12. Thanks again! voted hot:-D
#12
My mum bought a similar one of these in purple last week for £50 at an outlet store, so this is a great price. Shame she was only interested in purple or I'd get another one!
#13
ta, got one in
#14
Incredible price. My Dad's had the red one as long as I can remember!
#15
jkofnottingham
Voted Hot - a great deal. However, check out the following link for a 20cm round blue casserole dish including a silicone whisk and double oven glove for only £27.22. Individually the cheapest blue casserole dish on its own is retailing on Amazon for £49.97. Add in £10.29 for the whisk and £13.47 for the oven glove and I think you've got a real bargain.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Round-Casserole-Black-Double-Silicon/dp/B000FJ7CIE/sr=1-4/qid=1172012131/ref=sr_1_4/202-1919193-5595814?ie=UTF8&s=kitchen


cheers. ordered one also.... if not for me then gifts.. :whistling: :-D
#16
Thanks for this post. Been eyeing Le Crueset stuff for ages, but never could afford one.
#17
It seems that amazon are getting good batches of Le Creuset products which are at the end of production. The blue 20cm casserole set is a colour which they've stopped making (you can see another one on the amazon site for full price which is described as 'new blue'). We recently got a couple of really good Le Creuset Trivita pans from amazon which have also just stopped being manufactured under the 'Trivita' brand. These things last for years and are beyond fashion... really good prices here.
#18
Thanks post most appreciated - true money saving, these things last for ever.
#19
Thanks, been after 20cm one for ages, but not at the normal prices!
Voted hot.:thumbsup:

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#20
The wife WILL be pleased.

Heat and Rep donated.

:pirate: CJ :pirate:
#21
These things are designed to last a lifetime - and they probably will. The 27cm oval casseroles are particularly good value, and the round shallow buffet casseroles are pretty good too. Ordered one of everything just to be sure - I live for casserole!
#22
Thanks very much for spotting this.

Ive just ordered not only the the 27cm @ £19.39, but couldnt resist the 20cm @ only £14.69 too!!

Chose the free snail mail option so a grand total of £34.08 for not one but TWO Le Creuset bad boys!! Its a deal, its a steal!


**Dont forget to order via Nectar if you want some points too!
#23
Thanks for this - been after one for ages - but didn't want to pay the full whack for one!

helen xxx
#24
I ordered the volcanic one as well.

Exact same one is £90 on johnlewis!

Same dish on johnlewis.com
#25
dEvILSiXpEnCe
Thanks very much for spotting this.

Ive just ordered not only the the 27cm @ £19.39, but couldnt resist the 20cm @ only £14.69 too!!

Chose the free snail mail option so a grand total of £34.08 for not one but TWO Le Creuset bad boys!! Its a deal, its a steal!


**Dont forget to order via Nectar if you want some points too!




Just showed someone the pans and since ordering about 30mins ago I notice the prices of the 27cm and 20cm have now changed to 86.97 and 66.97 respectively!!!!!!

Looks like the deal has expired now, so as long as my original price is honoured, I have just saved £120!!!
#26
Price has gone up to £86.97!!

Fortunately I had placed it in my basket about 5 minutes before and think I sill got it at the price!!
#27
Just bought one before price rise at 9 o clock!!!!

Cheers op
#28
Is Amazon likely to honour the orders placed before the price rise? I really hope they do.
#29
feardust
Is Amazon likely to honour the orders placed before the price rise? I really hope they do.



I have a feeling they will honour as this appeared to be a special offer rather than a pricing f*** up.

The items were listed in the 'Hottest Offers' section which is updated hourly. They are still top of the list at this moment in time, but at the full price now.

Ordered mine about 8.30 and by the time I showed a work colleague the offer it had returned to original price.

Im not gonna hold my breath, but hopefully it will be all good.
#30
I ordered a granite one but order confirmation has told me its a volcanic one:o

Anyone else had the same trouble????
Wierd thing is volcanic one sold out yesterday!!!!
#31
Yes, I got these too (and extras for family presents), and am quite sure Amazon will have to honour. Even if it was a pricing mistake, we have confirmation emails which serves as binding contracts (and explicitly state as much). Well done all, and many thanks to the person who posted this.
#32
Believe me confirmation emails are not binding.....especially with amazon!!!!
I think it is a genuine sale though as so many items are reduced!!
#33
I ordered soem for family presents, also ordered the 20cm Round Casserole Blue + Black Double Oven Glove and Blue Silicon Whisk(£27), This states on order that this item will be despatched soon but the 27cm granites will be around 6th march.
#34
Jammygal
Believe me confirmation emails are not binding.....especially with amazon!!!!
I think it is a genuine sale though as so many items are reduced!!


Sorry, don't mean to be pedantic, but legally, they ARE binding. It is just a matter of whether you would be willing to pursue the issue through the legal system if Amazon cancelled the contract...I should get back to work!
[admin]#35
The order confirmation emails are generally not binding. By this I mean the automated email that is sent out which states you have placed an order. Later proper confirmations and taking money off your card is another discussion.
#36
Applesink
Sorry, don't mean to be pedantic, but legally, they ARE binding. It is just a matter of whether you would be willing to pursue the issue through the legal system if Amazon cancelled the contract...I should get back to work!



lol I can't imagine what your job is applesink...........:giggle: ...........I just know I have had orders cancelled by amazon many times and no amount of hassle will make them send you the product....only compensation in the form of amazon vouchers........................same with Hamleys(Scamleys) and Woolworths to name but a few! O2 I believe are currently battling with people over this issue.
I believe only one case has ever been won regarding this............;-)
#37
Jammygal
lol I can't imagine what your job is applesink...........:giggle: ...........I just know I have had orders cancelled by amazon many times and no amount of hassle will make them send you the product....only compensation in the form of amazon vouchers........................same with Hamleys(Scamleys) and Woolworths to name but a few! O2 I believe are currently battling with people over this issue.
I believe only one case has ever been won regarding this............;-)




Why will they cancel items which were ordered when genuinely ON SALE. If some of you guys actually read the previous posts you would see at the time of the offer price, the pans were listed on Amazon as HOTTEST OFFERS.
Doesnt seem like a hot offer if its full price eh?!?!

With regards to the pricing mistakes, highstreet retailers are obliged to honour mistakes and I would think this is the same for online retailers too. The only difference being the process you have to follow, as you generally have no one to speak to, and your order can be cancelled without discussion, plus a confirmation email does not PROVE the item was actually advertised at the wrong price. Most people will not persue this kinda thing and will just take it on the chin, but if someone really does have the time and energy to take matters further, it is much easier for an e-tailer to cover their tracks, as oppsed to a highstreet shop where the evidence is there in black and white on the ticket or voucher or newspaper etc.
#38
I think the only reason why they might cancel is if they can't get more stock - as I mentioned above, they recently had Le Creuset Trivita pans on sale (which were discontinued) until they ran out - and the blue casserole which was one of these offers is in a colour which is no longer available.
Some shops sell discontinued Le Creuset products cheaply and it looks like amazon is doing the same - e.g. a shop near the Grafton shopping centre in Cambridge - it just depends whether they can get hold of another batch for those with a non-immediate delivery date.
#39
dEvILSiXpEnCe
Why will they cancel items which were ordered when genuinely ON SALE. If some of you guys actually read the previous posts you would see at the time of the offer price, the pans were listed on Amazon as HOTTEST OFFERS.
Doesnt seem like a hot offer if its full price eh?!?!

With regards to the pricing mistakes, highstreet retailers are obliged to honour mistakes and I would think this is the same for online retailers too. The only difference being the process you have to follow, as you generally have no one to speak to, and your order can be cancelled without discussion, plus a confirmation email does not PROVE the item was actually advertised at the wrong price. Most people will not persue this kinda thing and will just take it on the chin, but if someone really does have the time and energy to take matters further, it is much easier for an e-tailer to cover their tracks, as oppsed to a highstreet shop where the evidence is there in black and white on the ticket or voucher or newspaper etc.



I agree I also think this is a genuine sale not a price mistake..........I was only answering applelink's discussion regarding whether confirmation emails are a guarantee of recieving the product...........and I can assure you they are not......having been involved with at least three misprices with amazon....................it is rare that they honour them!
#40
Jammygal
I agree I also think this is a genuine sale not a price mistake..........I was only answering applelink's discussion regarding whether confirmation emails are a guarantee of recieving the product...........and I can assure you they are not......having been involved with at least three misprices with amazon....................it is rare that they honour them!


Yeah I quite agree. You would have to prove that it was advertised/listed with the wrong price and an email is not proof of this.

In fact I doubt any electronic evidence could be used as it is so easily changed. You would have to have actual evidence in hand which could not have been messed with (ie a shop ticket, newspaper ad, flyer etc) which is ok for highstreet retailers, but virtually impossible with amazon etc.

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