BHS: Prestige professional 5 piece cookware set NOW £45.00 WAS ( £150.00 ) & Quidco 7% **£3.50 delivery**
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BHS: Prestige professional 5 piece cookware set NOW £45.00 WAS ( £150.00 ) & Quidco 7% **£3.50 delivery**

Found 17th Mar 2009Made hot 17th Mar 2009
Product number - 65339
Product description:Professional by name professional by nature. This is the perfect pan set for any discerning chef.

Product Detail:
14cm Saucepan

16cm Saucepan

18cm Saucepan

24cm Open French Skillet

18cm Steamer insert

Dishwasher safe

Heavy gauge polished stainless steel for maximum durability

37 Comments

Original Poster

We were looking at these in Debenhams today, nice and heavy real quality feel,

Were £60 in Debenhams.

So decided to look online, BHS.

Ordered a set,

says out of stock

Original Poster

magicmickey81;4664247

says out of stock



I just tried to add to basket and it lets me. :thumbsup:

iv just added to my basket ok ?

Original Poster

You need to select size and colour before adding to basket.

Cracking been after some nice pans

these are fantastic pans.. really heavy, great quality

Quidco is 7% which just about covers the postage cost.

Ordered and reped; you gotta rep if you order, it's a basic courtesy. :thumbsup:

Original Poster

Agharta;4664553

Quidco is 7% which just about covers the postage cost.



Does anyone know if these are non stick?

Original Poster

They hav'nt got the non-stick 'Teflon' coating, but i'll have a look on the net.

realitybites;4664716

Does anyone know if these are non stick?


They’re stainless steel so not non-stick.

Original Poster

But looking at the pictures, the large pan looks like it has some sort of coating.

Original Poster

But to tell you the truth we have had non-stick pans in the past,

and im growing a little tired of their 'coating' coming away off the pans.

Excellent deal - shame we don't really need saucepans at the moment lol! Heat & Rep added!

Nice - HOT- but need to buy a electric cooker first (bought a PS3 instead)

guru_the;4665242

Nice - HOT- but need to buy a electric cooker first (bought a PS3 instead)

You can probably cook with that...

Anyone know if these will work on an induction hob?

Original Poster

steeveecee;4665314

Anyone know if these will work on an induction hob?



What kind of pans do you normally use?

Original Poster

steeveecee;4665314

Anyone know if these will work on an induction hob?



Had a look on the net and Stainless steel based pans are ok for induction hobs.

[email protected];4665412

Had a look on the net and Stainless steel based pans are ok for induction … Had a look on the net and Stainless steel based pans are ok for induction hobs.



It's a new oven so I haven't got round to using it yet. Thanks for the info! :thumbsup:

[SIZE="4"][FONT="Comic Sans MS"]Like cookin with the ladies....HOT :whistling:[/FONT][/SIZE]

[email protected];4665412

Had a look on the net and Stainless steel based pans are ok for induction … Had a look on the net and Stainless steel based pans are ok for induction hobs.



SOME are.
I have a set which are NOT, so taking it for granted isn't wise!

nihcaj;4666141

SOME are.I have a set which are NOT, so taking it for granted isn't wise!



You're right - found some useful info here: theinductionsite.com/ind…tml

"Regrettably, there is no simple way to know if this or that line, or particular piece, of cookware is really induction-ready, unless you have the opportunity to actually handle it. In that case, all you need is a simple magnet of any kind--say one of those decorative toys meant to be stuck onto refrigerator doors. If such a magnet readily clings to the base of the cookware piece, that piece is induction-ready; if the magnet does not cling, or clings only very weakly, the piece is not. But if you are buying "remotely", such as online, you cannot perform that test. (Well, maybe you could visit a local retailer to try it, then buy remotely.) If you cannot perform the test yourself, you are obliged to rely on the cookware maker's or retailer's supplied information. That is not, in the real world, much of a problem, in that most cookware makers are pround of their gear's induction readiness, and will tout it clearly. So take this as a warning:

If you are interested in an item of cookware that is not cast-iron (with or without an enamelling), but the description of it nowhere explicitly says "suitable for induction" or words to that clear effect, don't buy it! (Unless you are promised by someone, maker or retailer, in writing, refund guaranteed, that it will work.)"

Think I might take my trusty magnet into the store tomorrow ;-)

Heat and rep added, been looking for a good stainless set for a while. Thanks.

Banned

Debenhams have a similar deal for £42...but you will probably never get them though.
debenhams.com/web…_-1

jsoap1;4667039

Debenhams have a similar deal for £42...but you will probably never get … Debenhams have a similar deal for £42...but you will probably never get them though.http://www.debenhams.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/product_10001_10001_64736_636088_-1



they are out of stock at debenhams already

Do the handles on these get hot???

Perfect, just remodeled my kitchen and needed a new set of pans. Bargain. Heat and rep added! Nice find.

just ordered another set for the mother in law for mothers day

thanks op just ordered a new. could do with some new pans. heat and rep added.

Original Poster

Just had ours delivered, Very nice,

well pleased,

Original Poster

Mallinersha;4667458

Do the handles on these get hot???



Cooking a chicken breast with oinons and garlic atm, in the skillet pan, the handle does not get hot. :thumbsup:

got ours yesterday they are fab! really heavy & i even got a spare lid lol

just got mine this morning. very happy with them. thanks op.
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