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Tefal frying pans only £10.00 - Nationwide at Morrisons

£10.00 @ Morrisons
Amazing Tefal frying pans are half price at the moment, only £10 ****** PRICE PER PAN & NOT A SET******* Misleading - YouDontWantToKnow Read More
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Amazing Tefal frying pans are half price at the moment, only £10

****** PRICE PER PAN & NOT A SET*******

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Jaybeam
What's the difference between these and the Tefal f/pans in Wilko for £9 ?

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2 Likes #1
good find op, heat added
#2
OOh, I'm nipping in to Morrisons on my way home tonight.
#3
Well spotted :)
#4
Any suitable for induction hobs?
#5
which range ?
#6
muffboy
Any suitable for induction hobs?

I'm not a culinary expert by any means but I own a tefal wok with an induction hob and it works fine. A professional may have other opinions though. Hope it helps!
1 Like #7
set for £10 or each pan.
#8
I actually used a set of these over the weekend while cooking for guests. I sort of regret it now...

To my dismay, on two occasions the salmon had completely stuck to the pan requiring aggressive scraping using a metallic Brillo pad.

Nonetheless I'm voting this hot, purely for the price. The non-stick aspect leaves a lot to be desired IMHO...

I'll get my coat..
#9
firstofficer
I actually used a set of these over the weekend while cooking for guests. I sort of regret it now...
To my dismay, on two occasions the salmon had completely stuck to the pan requiring aggressive scraping using a metallic Brillo pad.
Nonetheless I'm voting this hot, purely for the price. The non-stick aspect leaves a lot to be desired IMHO...
I'll get my coat..
Quality of the non-stick varies massively depending on the Tefal range in my experience.
2 Likes #10
Thanks

http://24.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_lq2uiplwXb1qhansmo1_500.gif
#11
Just bought the 32cm frying pan was last 1 on the shelf been after 1 for ages great price heat added bargain
#12
Same price at sainsburys if closer.
also was posted 3 days ago,
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/tefal-32-cm-easy-fry-pan-was-20-00-now-10-00-morrisons-2510084


Edited By: databar on Sep 14, 2016 20:17
1 Like #13
PTFE /teflon causes cancer. Therefore educated people don't buy tefal anymore and on sale all the time.
4 Likes #14
sam_of_london
PTFE /teflon causes cancer. Therefore educated people don't buy tefal anymore and on sale all the time.

It was just a matter of time before the trolls would come out ..
1 Like #15
firstofficer
sam_of_london
PTFE /teflon causes cancer. Therefore educated people don't buy tefal anymore and on sale all the time.
It was just a matter of time before the trolls would come out ..
you have to be careful not to scratch the teflon coating and dont use pans that have scratches
#16
muserref
firstofficer
sam_of_london
PTFE /teflon causes cancer. Therefore educated people don't buy tefal anymore and on sale all the time.
It was just a matter of time before the trolls would come out ..
you have to be careful not to scratch the teflon coating and dont use pans that have scratches

Oh ok.. I think ive heard that before .. But are they allowed to sell something that is potentially harmful to health?
#17
Any suggestions where to get glass lid for them.
2 weeks ago picked one up in Sainsbury's for £10 (32cm). Bought lid on Amazon with good reviews, arrived and size don't match. Too big for pan. Can't go one size down (-2cm) as that will be too small.
3 Likes #18
firstofficer
I actually used a set of these over the weekend while cooking for guests. I sort of regret it now...
To my dismay, on two occasions the salmon had completely stuck to the pan requiring aggressive scraping using a metallic Brillo pad.
Nonetheless I'm voting this hot, purely for the price. The non-stick aspect leaves a lot to be desired IMHO...
I'll get my coat..

Metallic brillo pad on a non stick pan.......
2 Likes #19
sam_of_london
PTFE /teflon causes cancer. Therefore educated people don't buy tefal anymore and on sale all the time.

Educated people know the difference between Teflon (PTFE) and PFOA (Perfluorooctanoic acid).
There's no evidence to link Teflon pans to cancer.
But heating them to temperatures above about 350 Celcius might kill your budgie.
#20
Cribbs
firstofficer
I actually used a set of these over the weekend while cooking for guests. I sort of regret it now...
To my dismay, on two occasions the salmon had completely stuck to the pan requiring aggressive scraping using a metallic Brillo pad.
Nonetheless I'm voting this hot, purely for the price. The non-stick aspect leaves a lot to be desired IMHO...
I'll get my coat..
Metallic brillo pad on a non stick pan.......

Nuffink else was working blud ..

Edited By: firstofficer on Sep 15, 2016 12:23: .
#21
ArthurDent1
sam_of_london
PTFE /teflon causes cancer. Therefore educated people don't buy tefal anymore and on sale all the time.
Educated people know the difference between Teflon (PTFE) and PFOA (Perfluorooctanoic acid).
There's no evidence to link Teflon pans to cancer.
But heating them to temperatures above about 350 Celcius might kill your budgie.

No evidence of any link does not mean that there isn't a link; just that one has not been statistically proven (yet)...

I'll get my coat..
#22
firstofficer
ArthurDent1
sam_of_london
PTFE /teflon causes cancer. Therefore educated people don't buy tefal anymore and on sale all the time.
Educated people know the difference between Teflon (PTFE) and PFOA (Perfluorooctanoic acid).
There's no evidence to link Teflon pans to cancer.
But heating them to temperatures above about 350 Celcius might kill your budgie.

No evidence of any link does not mean that there isn't a link; just that one has not been statistically proven (yet)...

I'll get my coat..


You seem to be the only one to be aware of the link...
#23
What's the difference between these and the Tefal f/pans in Wilko for £9 ?
#24
sfndkks
firstofficer
ArthurDent1
sam_of_london
PTFE /teflon causes cancer. Therefore educated people don't buy tefal anymore and on sale all the time.
Educated people know the difference between Teflon (PTFE) and PFOA (Perfluorooctanoic acid).
There's no evidence to link Teflon pans to cancer.
But heating them to temperatures above about 350 Celcius might kill your budgie.
No evidence of any link does not mean that there isn't a link; just that one has not been statistically proven (yet)...
I'll get my coat..
You seem to be the only one to be aware of the link...

I think you need to read what I said a bit more carefully bruv..
10 Likes #25
Jaybeam
What's the difference between these and the Tefal f/pans in Wilko for £9 ?

£1
#26
ArthurDent1
sam_of_london
PTFE /teflon causes cancer. Therefore educated people don't buy tefal anymore and on sale all the time.
Educated people know the difference between Teflon (PTFE) and PFOA (Perfluorooctanoic acid).
There's no evidence to link Teflon pans to cancer.
But heating them to temperatures above about 350 Celcius might kill your budgie.

educated people on HUKD... you're having a laugh. Half of what gets mentioned on here wouldn't exist if it wasn't for Google / Wikipedia
#27
firstofficer
I actually used a set of these over the weekend while cooking for guests. I sort of regret it now...
To my dismay, on two occasions the salmon had completely stuck to the pan requiring aggressive scraping using a metallic Brillo pad.
Nonetheless I'm voting this hot, purely for the price. The non-stick aspect leaves a lot to be desired IMHO...
I'll get my coat..
Did you leave it soaking?
#28
mcfatty
firstofficer
I actually used a set of these over the weekend while cooking for guests. I sort of regret it now...
To my dismay, on two occasions the salmon had completely stuck to the pan requiring aggressive scraping using a metallic Brillo pad.
Nonetheless I'm voting this hot, purely for the price. The non-stick aspect leaves a lot to be desired IMHO...
I'll get my coat..
Did you leave it soaking?

Yeah for an hour or so.. It didn't do much tbh.. Maybe I let it burn too much but even then I didn't expect it to stick to the pan like superglue.. Such a waste..

I'll get my coat..

Edited By: firstofficer on Sep 15, 2016 13:21
#29
i saw a similar deal at Sainsbury last week for
half price so most ones were £9
3 Likes #30
[insert chemical here] causes cancer, says newspaper that doesn't understand how to read or report on scientific papers!

For easy to understand impartial advice on this sort of thing, The NHS 'Behind the Headlines' articles are excellent, and written by people who actually know what they're doing.

http://www.nhs.uk/news/2010/01January/Pages/Non-stick-chemical-and-thyroid-disease.aspx



Edited By: martinspoon on Sep 15, 2016 13:39
#31
Bravura
muffboy
Any suitable for induction hobs?
I'm not a culinary expert by any means but I own a tefal wok with an induction hob and it works fine. A professional may have other opinions though. Hope it helps!

Some tefal pans work, some don't you have to check the packaging or walk around with a magnet.
#32
Still showing as £20 in my local Morrison's (Reigate)
#33
towercourt
set for £10 or each pan.

I thought it was for all the pans !!!
#34
excellent price and great sir fry pan. Cheers! :)
1 Like #35
firstofficer
I actually used a set of these over the weekend while cooking for guests. I sort of regret it now...
To my dismay, on two occasions the salmon had completely stuck to the pan requiring aggressive scraping using a metallic Brillo pad.
Nonetheless I'm voting this hot, purely for the price. The non-stick aspect leaves a lot to be desired IMHO...
I'll get my coat..
I have bought this same frying pan when it was sold at £10.00 several months ago. The non-stick properties are still as good as the first use. One should never wash a non-stick pan with detergent, just wash with warm water using a dish cloth. It is okay to wash the edges and the bottom of the pan with scouring pads and whatever turns you on to remove any burnt debris. Dry the non-stick surface with paper towels as the slightly greasy surface may stain your posh tea towels. Do not place any pots and pans onto the non-stick surface in storage. Your non-stick pan should last you several years. One last bit, only use soft silicon utensils on the non-stick surface.
#36
clemisace
firstofficer
I actually used a set of these over the weekend while cooking for guests. I sort of regret it now...
To my dismay, on two occasions the salmon had completely stuck to the pan requiring aggressive scraping using a metallic Brillo pad.
Nonetheless I'm voting this hot, purely for the price. The non-stick aspect leaves a lot to be desired IMHO...
I'll get my coat..
I have bought this same frying pan when it was sold at £10.00 several months ago. The non-stick properties are still as good as the first use. One should never wash a non-stick pan with detergent, just wash with warm water using a dish cloth. It is okay to wash the edges and the bottom of the pan with scouring pads and whatever turns you on to remove any burnt debris. Dry the non-stick surface with paper towels as the slightly greasy surface may stain your posh tea towels. Do not place any pots and pans onto the non-stick surface in storage. Your non-stick pan should last you several years. One last bit, only use soft silicon utensils on the non-stick surface.

what about wooden utensils, are they ok?
#37
clemisace
firstofficer
I actually used a set of these over the weekend while cooking for guests. I sort of regret it now...
To my dismay, on two occasions the salmon had completely stuck to the pan requiring aggressive scraping using a metallic Brillo pad.
Nonetheless I'm voting this hot, purely for the price. The non-stick aspect leaves a lot to be desired IMHO...
I'll get my coat..
I have bought this same frying pan when it was sold at £10.00 several months ago. The non-stick properties are still as good as the first use. One should never wash a non-stick pan with detergent, just wash with warm water using a dish cloth. It is okay to wash the edges and the bottom of the pan with scouring pads and whatever turns you on to remove any burnt debris. Dry the non-stick surface with paper towels as the slightly greasy surface may stain your posh tea towels. Do not place any pots and pans onto the non-stick surface in storage. Your non-stick pan should last you several years. One last bit, only use soft silicon utensils on the non-stick surface.

I wish you told me this before the weekend..

I'll get my coat..

Edited By: firstofficer on Sep 15, 2016 14:51: .
[helper]#38
I went to grab a 28cm pan from Morrisons, then went to Sainsbury's and noticed they had the Tefal "Supreme" pans at half price, so the same price as these, and they definitely seem like a step up from these "Easy" ones. Take a look at the pic. Nice rubberised soft touch handle, feels heavier and the coating looks better too. Check it out:
https://s11.postimg.org/9d6x0l9dv/IMG_20160915_160553.jpg

Edited By: JPS on Sep 15, 2016 16:11
#39
JPS
I went to grab a 28cm pan from Morrisons, then went to Sainsbury's and noticed they had the Tefal "Supreme" pans at half price, so the same price as these, and they definitely seem like a step up from these "Easy" ones. Take a look at the pic. Nice rubberised soft touch handle, feels heavier and the coating looks better too. Check it out:https://s11.postimg.org/9d6x0l9dv/IMG_20160915_160553.jpg

Maybe these are the proper non stick versions ..
#40
kjcoolcat
ArthurDent1
sam_of_london
PTFE /teflon causes cancer. Therefore educated people don't buy tefal anymore and on sale all the time.
Educated people know the difference between Teflon (PTFE) and PFOA (Perfluorooctanoic acid).
There's no evidence to link Teflon pans to cancer.
But heating them to temperatures above about 350 Celcius might kill your budgie.

educated people on HUKD... you're having a laugh. Half of what gets mentioned on here wouldn't exist if it wasn't for Google / Wikipedia


There are already millions in UK with cancer or already died. You will be joining them soon. All the the NHS budget goes on treating lifestyle choices, choices which people like you willingly make.

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