M&S non-Stick 28cm Saute saucepan (Wok) only £19.50 today (online exclusive) + free delivery - HotUKDeals
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Deal of the day @ M&S.

* Diam 28cm
* Non-stick pan
* Suitable for induction cooker types
* Oven safe to 180 degrees c, 350 f, gas 4
Complete with a durable construction, our stainless steel cookware have riveted handles for extra strength, while the encapsulated base ensures even heat distribution
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#1
When you add it it comes up £29.50????
#2
Rubix78;8351588
When you add it it comes up £29.50????

Go all the way through to checkout to get the DOTD discount and apply free delivery code.
#3
Rubix78
When you add it it comes up £29.50????

I said clearly 'Discounts shown at checkout.'
#4
Thanks, just ordered mine - can arrange collection from store. Don't forget quidco - 5% (better than nowt)
#5
Why do M&S call their "Wok" a "Saute Soucepan"??? I got the Tefal Wok from Lidl the other day for £16.80. I prefer Woks over ordinary frying pans for almost everything.

PS. £20 isn't really that good a price for a Wok (but prhaps for a Saute pan, LOL)
#6
Good offer. Have some heat
and thanks for the post.
banned#7
I'd be surprised if any stainless steel pan was 100% non-stick unless you dont mind loads of oil / butter in your food.

and this is NOT a saute pan
#8
Just realise this one isn't even Teflon coated. Better get this one from Argos for £8.99 then :)
http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/8612665/Trail/searchtext%3EWOK.htm
Reviewers state that it is "non-stick" as well. I personally don't believe that any non-Teflon coated pan can be non-stick.
banned#9
pet2000;8352248
Just realise this one isn't even Teflon coated. Better get this one from Argos for £8.99 then :)
http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/8612665/Trail/searchtext%3EWOK.htm
Reviewers state that it is "non-stick" as well. I personally don't believe that any non-Teflon coated pan can be non-stick.

completely agree and less than half the price of this deal :thumbsup:

the only difference is that this one is suitable for induction hobs
#10
csiman;8352055
I'd be surprised if any stainless steel pan was 100% non-stick unless you dont mind loads of oil / butter in your food.


Apart from the two rivets it looks coated with some non stick to me, so will be as non stick as they come.
That's a good reason NOT to buy it in my mind... even the best non-stick can't take the heat needed for effective wok-type cookery for very long.

Cheap carbon steel wok from a Chinese supermarket (or online, there are loads of supplier) is far cheaper, (should be well under 15 quid all in) and within a couple of uses will beat this hands down. I keep a non-stick pan for omelettes and eggs, everything else it is cast iron (griddle and pan) or carbon steel (wok and frying pan)- it keeps the egg pan in good condition for a long time, and I can hammer the other pans with heat and with hard use all I want without any worry.

[Serious cooks note that Makro appears to have a current offer on their full commercial carbon steel pan range at the moment]
banned#11
nihcaj;8353176
Apart from the two rivets it looks coated with some non stick to me, so will be as non stick as they come.
That's a good reason NOT to buy it in my mind... even the best non-stick can't take the heat needed for effective wok-type cookery for very long.

Cheap carbon steel wok from a Chinese supermarket (or online, there are loads of supplier) is far cheaper, (should be well under 15 quid all in) and within a couple of uses will beat this hands down. I keep a non-stick pan for omelettes and eggs, everything else it is cast iron (griddle and pan) or carbon steel (wok and frying pan)- it keeps the egg pan in good condition for a long time, and I can hammer the other pans with heat and with hard use all I want without any worry.

[Serious cooks note that Makro appears to have a current offer on their full commercial carbon steel pan range at the moment]

again, I totally agree. Teflon is great for all saucepans EXCEPT woks (which this deal is). A stainless steel wok is just wrong!

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