5 piece Wilko Saucepan Set - Stainless Steel, now £16 @ Wilko
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5 piece Wilko Saucepan Set - Stainless Steel, now £16 @ Wilko

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Found 12th Oct
Ideal if on a budget and/or a student - 4/5 stars from 60+ reviews

Stir it up and make a meal of it with this 5-Piece Saucepan Set in stainless steel. This stunning set is lightweight, durable and can be used with all types of utensils. All the saucepans come complete with heat-tempered glass lids with steam vents, which help to lock in flavour.

Set contains 14cm milk pan; 14cm, 16cm and 18cm saucepans with lids and 24cm frying pan - covering every cooking eventuality! All of the pans are suitable for all hob types except induction.

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Heat added. Just wat I needed. Ordered thanks

thanks for sharing

Stainless steel, so worth it, no more non stick coating coming off in your food!

We have had our stainless steel set about 12 years now, wouldn't go back, well worth the money even at twice the price

Been reading independent reviews on Google about Wilko, seems there customer service is slipping and the most worrying aspect about reading the comments are the amount of customers who have had their negative reviews removed from the Wilko website. So something I have learnt is don't be fooled by the Wilko website reviews they seem to only permit positive ones.

Prices have been going up massively at Wilko, variety of products slimmed down massively, good products simply disppearing, stock shortages and staff who seem utterly fed up.

I'm guessing not the best quality but far healthier than aluminium and rubbish with that non-stick coating. Research what both of those do to your health and you'll snap these up in a second. Heat added.

Teezer1 h, 3 m ago

I'm guessing not the best quality but far healthier than aluminium and …I'm guessing not the best quality but far healthier than aluminium and rubbish with that non-stick coating. Research what both of those do to your health and you'll snap these up in a second. Heat added.



Isn't Teflon inert except at very high temps?

TheEnglish9091 h, 20 m ago

Been reading independent reviews on Google about Wilko, seems there …Been reading independent reviews on Google about Wilko, seems there customer service is slipping and the most worrying aspect about reading the comments are the amount of customers who have had their negative reviews removed from the Wilko website. So something I have learnt is don't be fooled by the Wilko website reviews they seem to only permit positive ones. Prices have been going up massively at Wilko, variety of products slimmed down massively, good products simply disppearing, stock shortages and staff who seem utterly fed up.


I've had mixed experiences with buying from Wilko, mainly due to the totally inept people who package up the delivery items (there is no Wilko near me so always pay for delivery) but I cannot say anything negative whatsoever about their customer service staff; they're friendly, understanding, in a U.K. call centre & easily understandable, polite and right now I find them better than Amazon customer service which has gone downhill recently.

When things go right the products are absolutely excellent and great value.

When things go wrong customer services will make a real effort to put things right.

Teezer2 h, 8 m ago

I'm guessing not the best quality but far healthier than aluminium and …I'm guessing not the best quality but far healthier than aluminium and rubbish with that non-stick coating. Research what both of those do to your health and you'll snap these up in a second. Heat added.



'Research' or blogging feminazis who don't have a very high iq and talk crap for a living....

Nothing wrong with non stick coatings and the insinuation doesn't even deserve a response (this is a reaction)

robo9898 h, 16 m ago

'Research' or blogging feminazis who don't have a very high iq and talk …'Research' or blogging feminazis who don't have a very high iq and talk crap for a living....Nothing wrong with non stick coatings and the insinuation doesn't even deserve a response (this is a reaction)


There's no real reason to stop using non stick pans, but if you buy new pans you should avoid non stick due to their use of PFA's. The same goes to any other product using them in production.

The damage they're doing to our environment & people's health is impossible to measure, but at some point it will be apparent how much damage has been done by these horrific compounds, reducing the impact now is essential.

Tl;dr

No real health risk, but buying new non stick harms the environment.

FoxForce511 m ago

There's no real reason to stop using non stick pans, but if you buy new …There's no real reason to stop using non stick pans, but if you buy new pans you should avoid non stick due to their use of PFA's. The same goes to any other product using them in production.The damage they're doing to our environment & people's health is impossible to measure, but at some point it will be apparent how much damage has been done by these horrific compounds, reducing the impact now is essential.Tl;drNo real health risk, but buying new non stick harms the environment.


I'm not disputing the environment stuff but I am the health stuff.
It's no less ridiculous to say that using s plastic kettle will kill you or eating sandwiches from a pack lunch box.

After all, plastics are poisonous if they burn etc.

True.

Although there's an increasing amount of evidence about plastics being heated next to food (microwave meals or reheating in tupperware) being dangerous. That's just common sense though, plastic 'leaks' into food & drink even when not heated up & plastics are bad for the human body.

That's a whole other debate though.

I get the advantage over non stick but aren't these a pain to clean if you get burnt bits stuck to them? Stainless steel also gives me the idea stuff will stick to the bottom like there's no tomorrow but I don't know

hearts221 h, 51 m ago

I get the advantage over non stick but aren't these a pain to clean if you …I get the advantage over non stick but aren't these a pain to clean if you get burnt bits stuck to them? Stainless steel also gives me the idea stuff will stick to the bottom like there's no tomorrow but I don't know



Not really, so long as you season them properly the pans function like non-stick and what does stick comes off quite easily.

If your food is sticking then you aren't cooking properly!

Also top cash back 4%

Another problem with this 5 pan set is my wife only has 2 hands

"This stunning set is lightweight"

This is what tells you this set will be poor quality. Good quality stainless steel pans are HEAVY. Infact, the heavier the better, the more metal there is, the more the heat is evenly spread along the entire pan, otherwise you end up with hot spots which in turn makes the food stick.

A good quality stainless steel pan set can and will last you a lifetime.


It's cast iron that you have to season. Stainless steel should be cleaned properly, any residue left over will make food stick the next time.

With Teflon, there's multiple types, some use PFOA's the more reputable brands do not.
Edited by: "big.k" 1st Nov
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