[Argos, Amazon] JML Ceracraft ceramic, non-stick frying and sauce pans 50% off £9.20-£14.99
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[Argos, Amazon] JML Ceracraft ceramic, non-stick frying and sauce pans 50% off £9.20-£14.99

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Found 2nd Jan 2015
After using one of these frying pans for the past year, and being VERY happy with it, I've decided to buy some new cookware. I discovered a few deals around the web, bought them, and am now sharing them with all of you!

These all work on my induction hob (heats up remarkably fast), it's worked nicely in my old places on gas and conventional hobs as well. For the price, the quality is very good. I bought my parents some Lagostina ceramic cookware as a gift and I think the JML is just as good.

Argos JML Ceracraft grey 24cm frying pan £12.49 (half price)
argos.co.uk/sta…htm

Argos JML Ceracraft grey 28cm frying pan £14.99 (half price)
argos.co.uk/sta…htm

Amazon JML Ceracraft grey 20cm frying pan £9.99 (half price)
amazon.co.uk/gp/…s00

Amazon red 20cm sauce pan £9.20 shipped (normally £20-30, depending on retailer)
amazon.co.uk/gp/…new
As cheap as £5.99 at home bargains, according to "weebigale" - could not find link on website

Amazon grey 20cm sauce pan £9.99 shipped (normally £20-30, depending on retailer)
amazon.co.uk/Cer…aft
As cheap as £5.99 at home bargains, according to "weebigale" - could not find link on website

In addition, you can buy the 20cm and 28cm glass "aroma" lids that allow you to add sauce without taking the lid off. They're £7.99 and £9.99 respectively (links below), and I've been waiting for a good sale but might just cave and buy them.
robertdyas.co.uk/jml…lid
robertdyas.co.uk/jml…8cm

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The 20cm saucepan is £5.99 in Home Bargains and has been for a couple of months. Both red and grey.

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weebigal

The 20cm saucepan is £5.99 in Home Bargains and has been for a couple of … The 20cm saucepan is £5.99 in Home Bargains and has been for a couple of months. Both red and grey.



Thanks! I'll update that

It's not on their website, so it may be in-store only
Edited by: "robodan918" 2nd Jan 2015

If a ceramic frying pan is non-stick then I'm a banana.

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55derek

If a ceramic frying pan is non-stick then I'm a banana.



Nice to meet you
Sorry I've been eating and smoothie-ing your kind for years

55derek

If a ceramic frying pan is non-stick then I'm a banana.


I agree, they are absolutely TERRIBLE.
Avoid or be very disappointed

chimp14uk

I agree, they are absolutely TERRIBLE. Avoid or be very disappointed



I've been using a ceramic frying pan for the last few months and it's great. Nothing sticks to that bad boy!

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LizzyUK

I've been using a ceramic frying pan for the last few months and it's … I've been using a ceramic frying pan for the last few months and it's great. Nothing sticks to that bad boy!



Same here! The trick, as with ANY nonstick (including the ever-flaky and somewhat-toxic teflon) is to not let things burn, use cooking oil, stir, and then CLEAN PROPERLY. I wash mine with a plastic brush and soap, then dry with a paper towel to get all the caked-on bits off. 18 months on, it still looks and acts like new.

CRAP!
Save your money mine is going back as it's never been non-stick very disappointing? And no before you ask I did not burn the egg I was trying to fry. But I did have to let the pan go completely cold before I could get my egg off it.

Anything and everything JML sell is poor quality.
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