13" ProCook Pizza Stone Half Price at £7.99 + £4.95 delivery at ProCook
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13" ProCook Pizza Stone Half Price at £7.99 + £4.95 delivery at ProCook

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Found 20th May 2015
This pizza stone is currently on sale at £7.99 instead of £16. I have a similar one which cost me £18 so this looks a bargain. It makes your pizza bases really crispy like the professionals. You also get a 1 year warranty on these and there wont be many retailers who offer that on a pizza stone so it must be quite good quality.

There is a delivery charge of £4.95 but I suppose that is understandable with a fragile object plus it is next day delivery.

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I wish you well with this "deal"

Terribly overpriced lump of clay.
(I have one but I paid about £4 for it)

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ELVIS_THE_PELVIS

I wish you well with this "deal"


Considering these normally sell for between £15 and £20 I would class it as a "deal".

ethik

Considering these normally sell for between £15 and £20 I would class it a … Considering these normally sell for between £15 and £20 I would class it as a "deal".


ok. lets see how it gets on. I wish you well

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ELVIS_THE_PELVIS

ok. lets see how it gets on. I wish you well


I'm not getting anything out of it so no need to wish me well. I'm just sharing an offer for something which is discounted which I believe is the point of this site. Hopefully some people will find it of use.

Why are people so cynical?
Thanks for sharing

Wow, just had a look at the site, some seriously overpriced "ball-hooks" ...take for instance the hyper inflated rrp on just about everything (e.g jam funnel rrp £6.00 ..they are selling for £2.99 ...well I'm pretty sure TALA range (George eastman ltd) same item is around £2.49 - £2.99 on any given day at most places (last looked at dunelm a few weeks ago).

Also ..in terms of price, you can get a better deal on decent branded Analon pots & pans most summers @John Lewis's ...this is just "gubbins" under one brand ...sorry no offence meant, but this sort of site, whilst it may have its merits strikes me as a mug punter site for kitchen kit.

Did you order one? Seems reasonably priced to me. Making scratch pizzas is so easy and fun...promise me you won't be using it just to reheat Chicago town stuff? If you make bread you will notice the difference in the crust and spring of the bread / pizza when using a well-warmed stone or similar device. Very different to a baking tray. Uri

Except is not half price, it's half price plus a substantial delivery charge.
The total cost including delivery should be in the title, not having the silent charge tucked away at the very end of the description

Whilst a pizza stone is ok (better than an oven rack on it's own, it does rely on thermodynamics different materials heating faster / slower than others.

Where these fail somewhat is the fact that they often require more temp time than a modern oven takes to heat up in order to see the effect of crisping the bottom out, often utterly useless if you are in a rush so simply pop in a pizza from frozen & oven from cold, & expect it to perform.

As an alternative, (& plugging dunelm again here ...a not bad, light & cheap alternative (especially for the cold oven cold pizza shovers in) is a string fibre type crosshatch material shoved under the pizza, they sell em for helping out oven chips crisp up too, ..not brilliant but not bad either, ..worth mentioning.

Similar were £3.99 at Home And Bargain last year. Don't know if they still stock them but worth a look. Mine still going strong.
hotukdeals.com/dea…192

Bought a Jamie Oliver one in tkmaxx the other day for £5, this is cold.
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