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Scoville Neverstick Copper Frying Pan 24cm £9 + £2.95 Delivery/Available Instore @ Asda
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Scoville Neverstick Copper Frying Pan 24cm £9 + £2.95 Delivery/Available Instore @ Asda

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Posted 13th JunEdited by:"rosalina1818"
This Special Edition Copper frying pan combines an elegant and chic exterior with Scoville’s Neverstick technology. Neverstick lets you cook without butter, fats and oil without food sticking to the pan, making washing-up really easy and meals healthier.

The Scoville collection combines beautiful induction friendly bases for even heat distribution with forged aluminium bodies and ‘stay cool’ handles for great durability and comfort. They’re also dishwasher safe and 100% PFOA free.

We are so proud of Neverstick that this Scoville Special Edition pan comes with a lifetime guarantee!!

Features
• Lifetime Guarantee including the non-stick!
• Suitable for all cookers including induction.
• Dishwasher safe.
• Flake and peel free.
• 100% PFOA free.
• Even Heat Distribution.
• Special Edition Copper
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Lifetime guarantee is pointless they blame you for the pan loosing it's non stick!
Chopper7713/06/2020 20:33

My wife bought one the other day, so far so good! Fired and egg, no oil, …My wife bought one the other day, so far so good! Fired and egg, no oil, perfect! Fired bacon, spot on. Cleaned really well with little effort.


Why did you fire those items ?
tek-monkey13/06/2020 20:50

Interestingly the only pan of mine that sticks is the one my housemate …Interestingly the only pan of mine that sticks is the one my housemate always uses to poach eggs, no idea what he does to it!


They told me I shouldn't have the heat all the way up always have it low/ medium. Never heard of not being able to heat a pan up to start cooking.

It was a good pan for about 12 months.
Alexander_Kit13/06/2020 20:32

Any good?



No, useless! don't buy it, I have two of them and both sticks ! trust me normal nonstick one better than this.
Edited by: "ash143" 14th Jun
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Any good?
My wife bought one the other day, so far so good! Fired and egg, no oil, perfect! Fired bacon, spot on. Cleaned really well with little effort.
Lifetime guarantee is pointless they blame you for the pan loosing it's non stick!
Chopper7713/06/2020 20:33

My wife bought one the other day, so far so good! Fired and egg, no oil, …My wife bought one the other day, so far so good! Fired and egg, no oil, perfect! Fired bacon, spot on. Cleaned really well with little effort.


Why did you fire those items ?
Had one a couple of years it's great. Lovely heavy good quality pans. If only they did them in grey to match my kitchen! I would buy again if they did!
derbree13/06/2020 20:38

Lifetime guarantee is pointless they blame you for the pan loosing it's …Lifetime guarantee is pointless they blame you for the pan loosing it's non stick!


Interestingly the only pan of mine that sticks is the one my housemate always uses to poach eggs, no idea what he does to it!
tek-monkey13/06/2020 20:50

Interestingly the only pan of mine that sticks is the one my housemate …Interestingly the only pan of mine that sticks is the one my housemate always uses to poach eggs, no idea what he does to it!


They told me I shouldn't have the heat all the way up always have it low/ medium. Never heard of not being able to heat a pan up to start cooking.

It was a good pan for about 12 months.
derbree13/06/2020 20:38

Lifetime guarantee is pointless they blame you for the pan loosing it's …Lifetime guarantee is pointless they blame you for the pan loosing it's non stick!


I agree had the same pointless guarantee
I'd never buy again
Alexander_Kit13/06/2020 20:32

Any good?



No, useless! don't buy it, I have two of them and both sticks ! trust me normal nonstick one better than this.
Edited by: "ash143" 14th Jun
jeffro45013/06/2020 21:01

I agree had the same pointless guarantee I'd never buy again


Same 10 year quarantee of free parts for tumble dryers etc. Yes part is free , labour is thru the ceiling.
deffstar13/06/2020 21:38

Same 10 year quarantee of free parts for tumble dryers etc. Yes part is …Same 10 year quarantee of free parts for tumble dryers etc. Yes part is free , labour is thru the ceiling.


Are we on about these pans?
This has been my main pan for a year now and it's amazing. Nothing ever sticks to it and really easy to clean. Just don't put it in dishwasher as I think it'll ruin it. I've used it in high temps without any problems. I honestly cannot agree on the negative feedback above.
I have the griddle pan in the same range and it’s brilliant! The only downside is that it’s not oven proof
I've learnt the hard way that non-stick pans are totally not suitable for any high heat cooking. it's always low heat cooking with them.
I have 2 of them and after few month they started to stick... so forever no stick... forget it.
mikax7x13/06/2020 22:31

This has been my main pan for a year now and it's amazing. Nothing ever …This has been my main pan for a year now and it's amazing. Nothing ever sticks to it and really easy to clean. Just don't put it in dishwasher as I think it'll ruin it. I've used it in high temps without any problems. I honestly cannot agree on the negative feedback above.


How will putting it the dishwasher damage it? It won’t be the water temp as that’ll be nowhere near as hot as the boiling water these can handle, the dishwasher detergent isn’t going to do any harm and apart from those points, the pans say dishwasher safe on them.
Have to agree with the others saying it isn't great. The lack of cooking at max is ridiculous and the non stick doesn't last
jeffro45013/06/2020 21:51

Are we on about these pans?


Nope the general massively long guarantee on stuff nowadays that turns into nothing. When you try and use it they wriggle out of it or give a stoopidly overpriced charge for labour.
deffstar14/06/2020 08:24

Nope the general massively long guarantee on stuff nowadays that turns … Nope the general massively long guarantee on stuff nowadays that turns into nothing. When you try and use it they wriggle out of it or give a stoopidly overpriced charge for labour.


Ah.. Too right
after 6 months it starts to stick and gets worse waste of money
I posted on the other Scoville thread and looks like someone beat me to it on here, but my opinion on Scoville is great pans but they don't last and the warranty isn't worth the paper it's written on.

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Had a set for about a year, the 24cm pan we use regularly is now no good but the others are still fine. I have used it on hot temperatures, but no more than is necessary to cook food. Always hand washed and stored properly. As people say there is no chance I will get a replacement pan from them, but £9 for a pan that lasts about a year I guess is ok?
These are better than tefal. I complained to tefal they said it was me cooking to high temperature, tefal lasted 12 months scolville lasted me 2 years I think its bacon that does it.
Bought one from Asda a few months ago, forgot after cooking and left some pasta sauce in it on low heat on a halogen hob for about 2 hours, it was black when I realised, let it cool and it simply wiped off good as new, pretty impressed!
Edited by: "billybear" 14th Jun
I have induction hob, and every frying pan I’ve had ends up with a ‘bow’. Would this be any better?
I have one of these, it's terrible. Worst name ever as EVERYTHING sticks to it
I cannot recommend this pan i wont vote hot or cold but scoville are not good pans i use a dishwasher and it removed the outer coating and everything sticks after a few uses
Awful pans and awful customer care! They do anything they can to get out of replacing or refunding you. I didn’t get a refund, despite only having the pans a short while, and not using them on anything more than 50% heat! Refused to refund me and wouldn’t replace either! Gave me a wok instead? Pointless as it wasn’t a wok that I wanted or needed, it was my saucepans which wrecked! Useless company, wouldn’t recommend them to anyone at all.
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