ANNONS 5-piece cookware set, glass, stainless steel £5 @ IKEA
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ANNONS 5-piece cookware set, glass, stainless steel £5 @ IKEA

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Found 18th Feb 2015
Apparently the 2 lids count as 2 pieces but its 3 pots. Bought these just to boil pasta, rice etc.

Also use this insert ikea.com/gb/…31/ for steaming, nice little kit for the price, obviously not the type to last you forever but the best set you'll get for a fiver.

Article Number : 902.074.02

"Dishwasher-safe. Suitable for use on: gas hob, induction hob, glass ceramic hob, cast iron hob."

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Cheapest induction pots Ive ever seen, Deal!

A bargain indeed. Even if they last you the year you've definitely had value for money.

Great price but I dont live anywhere near an Ikea so £9 delivery is a bit steep.

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msharif911

Great price but I dont live anywhere near an Ikea so £9 delivery is a bit … Great price but I dont live anywhere near an Ikea so £9 delivery is a bit steep.


Guess you'll have to live without this deal, hope you'll survive

notahoarder

Guess you'll have to live without this deal, hope you'll survive


Not sure I can manage. But I'll try.

cheap & cheerful. not sure about getting a year out of them though

I've had these for over a year now and they are still going strong. They are used almost daily for poaching eggs, boiling potatoes etc, although not real heavy duty use but they have lasted long beyond what I had expected.

If these are half as robust as the 'old' Annons pans (non-induction so they must have made changes) I was given as I went to uni there won't be any problems with them lasting a year. My pans have been used and abused daily since I got them and they're still in good condition. I went to uni 15 years ago and I'm now married with kids...

I bought this set a few months ago and ended up giving it to charity within a week. You get what you pay for I suppose... wouldn't recommend for anything other than boiling stuff and even then I found the pots gave out a very unpleasant smell. Even my husband commented on it!

I bought a set of these around 2 years ago and they are still going strong! I've got an induction hob, and as people have said pans can be expensive, so these are great!

I've had these at uni for almost 2 years, the medium sized one is almost at the end of its lifespan though. They're good if you haven't used anything better like me but the handles do come loose quite often.

Had mine for about 2 years. Used on an induction hob mainly for rice and pasta but great for the price!

is it ok to boil milk in the small pan? the last time I bought a similar pan around £1.80 from ikea and it got badly burnt after making rice pudding, was binned after one use

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meem

is it ok to boil milk in the small pan? the last time I bought a similar … is it ok to boil milk in the small pan? the last time I bought a similar pan around £1.80 from ikea and it got badly burnt after making rice pudding, was binned after one use


I only use mine for steaming/boiling rice and pasta etc, i'd advise if you did use this for boiling milk to use a low heat, as the pans are on the thinner side heat passes through quickly.

that's what happened to me, only suitable for boiling water. Anything else sticks.

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val666

that's what happened to me, only suitable for boiling water. Anything … that's what happened to me, only suitable for boiling water. Anything else sticks.


I've warmed soups up using it but for any real cooking I use an anodized pan, like I said in the original description best for pasta etc, these wouldn't be the best primary set..

Guys, did you find click & collect option ?
because delivery cost 9£

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wex009

Guys, did you find click & collect option ? because delivery cost 9£


Have you been to ikea before? On the link you can check stock levels at a specific store and you'll be able to pick the item up from the kitchen section in the market hall

notahoarder

Have you been to ikea before? On the link you can check stock levels at a … Have you been to ikea before? On the link you can check stock levels at a specific store and you'll be able to pick the item up from the kitchen section in the market hall


Yeah I've been many times, but I've never order anything from them online, so I was wondering if there is click & collect option. thanks anyway.

hot! but delivery price is nearly double the price!

val666

I bought this set a few months ago and ended up giving it to charity … I bought this set a few months ago and ended up giving it to charity within a week. You get what you pay for I suppose... wouldn't recommend for anything other than boiling stuff and even then I found the pots gave out a very unpleasant smell. Even my husband commented on it!


I had the same experience.. its hard to bear that smell and once you recognise it, you start heating it more and more

val666

I bought this set a few months ago and ended up giving it to charity … I bought this set a few months ago and ended up giving it to charity within a week. You get what you pay for I suppose... wouldn't recommend for anything other than boiling stuff and even then I found the pots gave out a very unpleasant smell. Even my husband commented on it!



I had the same experience.. its hard to bear that smell and once you recognise it, you start hating it more and more

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katysa87

hot! but delivery price is nearly double the price!



That's why you go in store

do you have to screw the handels on yourself?

Heat added!!

SaturnSymbolism2012

do you have to screw the handels on yourself?



Yes, you do

Out of interest I bought some 3 'Brabantia' pans from Rob' Dyas last night £20 reduced from £50 (so they say) - might help people not near an I kea or, I guess they might be a bit better quality ...

panand

I had the same experience.. its hard to bear that smell and once you … I had the same experience.. its hard to bear that smell and once you recognise it, you start hating it more and more

notahoarder

I only use mine for steaming/boiling rice and pasta etc, i'd advise if … I only use mine for steaming/boiling rice and pasta etc, i'd advise if you did use this for boiling milk to use a low heat, as the pans are on the thinner side heat passes through quickly.



Ok so I bought it, pretty useful for boiling stuff as my anodised tefal pans start losing their texture if used for boiling... the small milkpan heats up quickly on the lowest heat setting so great for warming up milk for the little one quickly and easy to wash. Havent noticed any smell yet.

Yes delivery price is £7.50
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