Raymond Blanc 5-Piece Hard Anodised Pan Set (Black) was £250 now £68.39 (Prime) & £76.38 (Non Prime) @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Raymond Blanc 5-Piece Hard Anodised Pan Set (Black) was £250 now £68.39 (Prime) & £76.38 (Non Prime) @ Amazon

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- Heavy gauge hard anodized body for superb heat distribution and outstanding cooking performance. - Superior triple layer non-stick coating for low fatcooking and easy cleaning. - Suitable for … Read More
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6m, 3w agoFound 6 months, 3 weeks ago
- Heavy gauge hard anodized body for superb heat distribution and outstanding cooking performance.

- Superior triple layer non-stick coating for low fatcooking and easy cleaning.

- Suitable for all hobs.

- Riveted silicone and cast stainless steel handles for maximum durability.

- Cookware

- Box Contains

1 x 14cm milkpan

1 x 16cm saucepan

1 x 18cm saucepan

1 x 20cm saucepan

1 x 24cm skillet

1 x use and care

Very have the same for £84.99 - Link

Back in stock.. only 7 left though...!!
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9 Likes
Heat added as its Teflon
7 Likes
CR_&_JR
Normal Price is £120.
Plus:
Exclusively for Prime Members
This item at £68.39, is reserved for Prime members Only
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2 Likes #1
Great price but it's Teflon :(
3 Likes #2
Great price Vas, heat :)
#3
lucyferror
Great price but it's Teflon :(

Frank30uk
Great price Vas, heat :)

Thanks Guys :)
2 Likes #4
Heat from me Vassy cheers been looking for a good deal like this!
1 Like #5
crazymonkey
Heat from me Vassy cheers been looking for a good deal like this!
Happy to be of some help :)
2 Likes #6
good set for the price

I have these (or very similar set) & they have worn well over 6 years
1 Like #7
Normal Price is £120.

Plus:

Exclusively for Prime Members
This item at £68.39, is reserved for Prime members Only

Edited By: CR_&_JR on Dec 03, 2016 21:34
7 Likes #8
CR_&_JR
Normal Price is £120.
Plus:
Exclusively for Prime Members
This item at £68.39, is reserved for Prime members Only
http://i570.photobucket.com/albums/ss142/dragon4uin/image_zpskeghpbu8.gif~original
1 Like #9
Superb price for quality product. Heat added.
1 Like #10
Baz417
Superb price for quality product. Heat added.
Thanks Baz :)
2 Likes #11
Hi vassy, heat added :)
1 Like #12
sradmad
Hi vassy, heat added :)
Thanks Sradmad :)
#13
Teflon might be handy for scrambled egg, for everything else I avoid it.
2 Likes #14
OB1
Teflon might be handy for scrambled egg, for everything else I avoid it.
Thanks but that's your personal preference ?? Might not be the same for all.. So I'll avoid your comment :p
1 Like #15
OB1
Teflon might be handy for scrambled egg, for everything else I avoid it.
What would you recommend instead?
3 Likes #16
Thanks fam
4 Likes #17
Stainless steel? The House of fraser linea stuff is good.

Or naturepan - for frying pans etc. PFOA and PTFE free. But not ceramic.
You can get it in TKMax - 10 year guarantee.

Or other ceramic cookware.
Brabantia etc. do pans with ceramic non stick coating.

Just avoid GreenPan and their thermolon coating.

A good deal but seriously, who would want to buy Teflon these days? It's a dirty word.
9 Likes #18
Heat added as its Teflon
1 Like #19
I have a very similar set and they are very good, however be aware that if you regularly put them through a dishwasher then the outside becomes bleached and they lose their cosmetic good looks (I think it warns of this in the accompanying instructions). I'm too lazy to hand wash them though. I'm so tempted at this price to get another set, heat added.
#20
Bully
Heat added as its Teflon
Thanks Bully :)
#21
yorkie
I have a very similar set and they are very good, however be aware that if you regularly put them through a dishwasher then the outside becomes bleached and they lose their cosmetic good looks (I think it warns of this in the accompanying instructions). I'm too lazy to hand wash them though. I'm so tempted at this price to get another set, heat added.
Good luck :)
#22
OB1
Teflon might be handy for scrambled egg, for everything else I avoid it.
Why what is wrong with teflon?
#23
Heavy bottom stainless steel. Will last your entire life. No professional chef uses Teflon/non stick pans, nearly every cook book will give you the same advice. These might work if you're planning using every pan for stir fry. :D
3 Likes #24
spyro123
OB1
Teflon might be handy for scrambled egg, for everything else I avoid it.
Why what is wrong with teflon?

some say its linked to carcinogenesis ( no not Phil Collins in a ford focus)
2 Likes #25
cracking deal vassy :)
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1 Like #26
themachman
cracking deal vassy :)https://i.kinja-img.com/gawker-media/image/upload/s--rH5rvdTL--/c_scale,f_auto,fl_progressive,q_80,w_800/nbvdmec9tso6cyum6bqt.gif
Thanks Themachan..
#27
Ordered, thanks!
1 Like #28
holeymoley18
OB1
Teflon might be handy for scrambled egg, for everything else I avoid it.
What would you recommend instead?


Stainless steel for general use, ceramic non stick for scrambled eggs and crepes, seasoned pressed steel de buyer frying pans, seasoned cast iron griddle.

That's the kit that makes my kitchen a happy place!
#29
vassy4u
OB1
Teflon might be handy for scrambled egg, for everything else I avoid it.
Thanks but that's your personal preference ?? Might not be the same for all.. So I'll avoid your comment :p


That's your prerogative. My comment was aimed at people who come to these threads to hear opinions.
#30
How do I get the non prime price?
It's saying £120 and not the £76 you mentioned
#31
mickeyB76
How do I get the non prime price?
It's saying £120 and not the £76 you mentioned
You could sign up for the free Amazon Prime trial.
#32
mickeyB76
How do I get the non prime price?
It's saying £120 and not the £76 you mentioned
Have a go with free prime trial for a cheaper price. Looks like they have increase the non prime price.
1 Like #33
Very good set for the price, our set is over a year old and there are no signs of wear and still look like new. Only ever been hand washed as will loose colour in a dishwasher. Yes they are Teflon coated but who cares as they are fantastic to use, so much so I purchased the Hard Anodised baking trays which are on offer at Sainsburys (own label) and also Hard Anodised Saute Pan and Large Frying pan from Tescos (Own label). All are performing well

Edited By: merikiito on Dec 04, 2016 13:28
#34
merikiito
Very good set for the price, our set is over a year old and there are no signs of wear and still look like new. Only ever been hand washed as will loose colour in a dishwasher.
Thanks Merikiito
#35
promo finished
1 Like #36
mmb76
promo finished


Says 1 still left in stock and price is the same.
#37
Goneded
#38
I have owned this set for over 2 years. Bought from Debenhams on a discount... think it was £250 down to £100. Good set and still going well. Saves a lot of time on washing up
#39
It's finished... gutted
#40
Could not disagree more with some posters. I have had a set of these for over 10 years - still going strong. Would never put through a dishwasher and that's a killer for some, but they clean so easily regardless of what you cook in them. Left all night with food hardening and all they need is a quick wipe in hot water and spotless - no scrubbing. One of the best purchases I have ever made - buy them - great price!!!

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