Tefal Expert Cook Hard Anodised 3 Piece Set, 26cm Fry, 16/18cm Saucepans with Glass Lids @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Tefal Expert Cook Hard Anodised 3 Piece Set, 26cm Fry, 16/18cm Saucepans with Glass Lids @ Amazon £34.57

£34.57 @ Amazon
Box Contains 1 x 26cm frying pan 1 x 16cm saucepan with lid 1 x 18cm saucepan with lid This hard anodised three-piece set, featuring a 26cm frying pan, a 16cm saucepan and an 18cm saucepan…
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6y, 13h agoFound 6 years, 13 hours ago
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1 x 26cm frying pan
1 x 16cm saucepan with lid
1 x 18cm saucepan with lid

This hard anodised three-piece set, featuring a 26cm frying pan, a 16cm saucepan and an 18cm saucepan, is perfect cooking equipment for everyday use.

The hard anodised three mm gauge promises to be hard-wearing and offers an attractive finish. The riveted stainless steel handles with silicone grips ensure maximum grip and handling comfort.

Expert Cook pans have a non-stick coating which means there's no need to use oil. The saucepans also include vented glass lids.

Raised handles prevents the risk of burning hands and the pans are oven safe up to 250 degrees.
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#1
I have these pans - great for anything but a gas hob like mine. The handles are heavy and cause an empty pan/emptied pan to tip over if not balanced right on the frame. Quite annoying.

So: hot for the price, but bear in mind what you've got to cook on!
#2
tomwe
I have these pans - great for anything but a gas hob like mine. The handles are heavy and cause an empty pan/emptied pan to tip over if not balanced right on the frame. Quite annoying.

So: hot for the price, but bear in mind what you've got to cook on!



This just happened to me on Sunday while frying sausages, your hob isn't a whirlpool is it? I don't think it's the pans that are at fault, it's the stupid design of my hob. Very dangerous in fact as I was almost badly burned and my flooring was ruined!!
#3
Help needed - I have had mixed answers for pans for induction hobs.
I am getting an induction hob with new kitchen and need to know which pans are suitable. Would these be any good? - thanks in advance for advice :)

Edited By: maccy1 on Mar 30, 2011 12:24
#4
maccy1
Help needed - I have had mixed answers for pans for induction hobs.
I am getting an induction hob with new kitchen and need to know which pans are suitable. Would these be any good? - thanks in advance for advice :)


Normally they tell you this in description. Have a look in argos book for similar as they have symbols telling you which are suitable for induction.

You could also call Tefal direct on THIS number.
#5
Caz42
maccy1
Help needed - I have had mixed answers for pans for induction hobs.
I am getting an induction hob with new kitchen and need to know which pans are suitable. Would these be any good? - thanks in advance for advice :)
Normally they tell you this in description. Have a look in argos book for similar as they have symbols telling you which are suitable for induction.

You could also call Tefal direct on THIS number.

Thank you very much for your reply - very helpful :D
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Your welcome, enjoy your new kitchen :)
1 Like #7
maccy1
Help needed - I have had mixed answers for pans for induction hobs.
I am getting an induction hob with new kitchen and need to know which pans are suitable. Would these be any good? - thanks in advance for advice :)

I have an induction hob and I do have problems finding reasonably priced non-stick pans that will work on it. Tefal preference range is good and I also have a Swan frying pan and another which came from Lidl otherwise I am still looking!! (_;)
#8
jessica.rabbit
maccy1
Help needed - I have had mixed answers for pans for induction hobs.
I am getting an induction hob with new kitchen and need to know which pans are suitable. Would these be any good? - thanks in advance for advice :)
I have an induction hob and I do have problems finding reasonably priced non-stick pans that will work on it. Tefal preference range is good and I also have a Swan frying pan and another which came from Lidl otherwise I am still looking!! (_;)

Thanks, looked on Amazon at Circulon Infinite Hard Anodised Cookware Set, 5 Piece, but it is just a bit more than I feel willing to pay, I realise they will last years and years though. Don't you wish they would include a wok with the set instead of two frying pans! Would make my decision much easier :D

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