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Circulon Elite hard anodised four piece pan set - Debenhams - was £184 now £72 delivered (using codes)+ Quidco
Circulon Elite hard anodised four piece pan set - Debenhams - was £184 now £72 delivered (using codes)+ Quidco

Circulon Elite hard anodised four piece pan set - Debenhams - was £184 now £72 delivered (using codes)+ Quidco

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Circulon Elite hard anodised four piece set

The circulon elite set is made from hard anodized metal which is twice as strong as stainless steel. This product was on sale at the higher price in six debenhams stores.

* Set includes: 3 x saucepans and 1 x frypan
* Non-stick easy clean exterior
* Close fitting stainless steel and glass lids
* Hard anodized
* Dimensions: 1 x 16 cm saucepan, 18 cm saucepan, 1x 20 cm saucepan and 1x 20 cm frypan
* Capacities: 1.9 litre, 2.8 litre and 3.8 litres
* Not suitable for induction hobs
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cracking bargain - best set of pans for this price - recommended

31 Comments

SHD1 code for free delivery? If that doesnt work then its £3.95? Unless you spend over 100£

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£72 for 4 pans? you havin a laf?

Just ordered, thank you. Used the 10% off and free delivery.

4% quidco. thx just ordered

Saw this in the Warrington store a couple of weeks back.
They also had them in BHS Home at the Trafford Centre for the same price.

Great price if you're on the market for quality non-stick pans, these are the best.

As for too expensive comments, you'd struggle to find *a single* All-Clad pan for this price. Welcome to the high quality cookware world...

this is a great deal..i have these in their circulon 2 range..

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gsettle24;5988140

£72 for 4 pans? you havin a laf?



Hi, I am curious to know please what you would recommend as a good set of pans and at what price?
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they seem very small according to the dimensions shown. 20cm frying pan? thats about big enough for an omlette.

I paid £70 for a 5 set on ebay by Circulon. Quality items that will last a lifetime

I have had this set for about 18 months and paid £150 for them. I love them they are so easy to look after and cleaning is easy.
Bargain price.

gsettle24;5988140

£72 for 4 pans? you havin a laf?


it was £220 :w00t:

you can usually pick these up in TK Max for similar prices but seperately, so if you can't afford a set you can always get one a week or something! They also have larger frying pans and woks =]

Nice find holly!

Bought a set of Circulon Professional for SWMBO about 4 years ago.
Initially they were excellent but I find that when the non stick loses its effectiveness the burnt food gets stuck in the grooves on the pans, especially the frying pan. The saucepanss are OK apart from the fact that we cook a lot of pasta and that ends up in the grooves on the saucepans.
That can be cleared by the occasional soak with vinegar but nothing will shift the gunge in the frying pan. I balme her for cooking with olive oil rather than butter but I know who'd end up cooking if I were to mention it. :roll:

If I had to buy again I'd buy Anolon from the same manufavcturere as Circulon ie Meyer.

Forgot to say that Costco also do a set of these bigger than the OP's offering.

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cibarious;5992541

[SIZE="2"]Hi, I am curious to know please what you would recommend as a … [SIZE="2"]Hi, I am curious to know please what you would recommend as a good set of pans and at what price?[/SIZE]



rodman;5992676

it was £220 :w00t:



jmarcelino;5992505

Great price if you're on the market for quality non-stick pans, these are … Great price if you're on the market for quality non-stick pans, these are the best. As for too expensive comments, you'd struggle to find *a single* All-Clad pan for this price. Welcome to the high quality cookware world...



come on guys/girls... £72 for 4 pans.... jesus, i use pans from tesco/asda does the job? cooks the food? ok they take abit of cleaning but id rather pay £10

Every time they've had a sale over the past 18 months, it's been this price. Looks like they can't shift em.

We got a Prestige set off them a few years ago for a similar reduction which has been superb.

alecb;5992858

Bought a set of Circulon Professional for SWMBO about 4 years … Bought a set of Circulon Professional for SWMBO about 4 years ago.Initially they were excellent but I find that when the non stick loses its effectiveness the burnt food gets stuck in the grooves on the pans, especially the frying pan. The saucepanss are OK apart from the fact that we cook a lot of pasta and that ends up in the grooves on the saucepans.That can be cleared by the occasional soak with vinegar but nothing will shift the gunge in the frying pan. I balme her for cooking with olive oil rather than butter but I know who'd end up cooking if I were to mention it. :roll:If I had to buy again I'd buy Anolon from the same manufavcturere as Circulon ie Meyer.




I had the same experience with the grooved frypan - it lasted 6 months of careful use and cleaning (and I never cook with butter) before the non-stick surface vanished like any cheap pan and anything and everything would stick and burn on the grooves.

If you want a tip how to get rid of burnt on grease from any failing non-stick surface, then grab a can of ] this from Maplins . Just a quick spray shifts absolutely everything without scrubbing. It gets immediately between the grease and the surface and the gunk just comes off with a wipe.

gsettle24;5992990

come on guys/girls... £72 for 4 pans.... jesus, i use pans from … come on guys/girls... £72 for 4 pans.... jesus, i use pans from tesco/asda does the job? cooks the food? ok they take abit of cleaning but id rather pay £10

This is a good deal. I got mine for around the same price last October as a gift when I bought my house (I think it was bought as a hint to cook properly). They do always seem to be in the sale though, though Debenhams seem to have a sale every week.

I think they're brilliant and if you enjoy cooking then you should definitely buy this, assuming the discount codes work. Just a little tip... Wash these straight after cooking to keep the quality. Mine still look brand new.

spraint;5993216

I had the same experience with the grooved frypan - it lasted 6 months of … I had the same experience with the grooved frypan - it lasted 6 months of careful use and cleaning (and I never cook with butter) before the non-stick surface vanished like any cheap pan and anything and everything would stick and burn on the grooves. If you want a tip how to get rid of burnt on grease from any failing non-stick surface, then grab a can of ]this from Maplins . Just a quick spray shifts absolutely everything without scrubbing. It gets immediately between the grease and the surface and the gunk just comes off with a wipe.



The non-stick tends to deteriorate if you put it in the dishwasher. Was that the case?

I was just about to buy these but then I noticed the sizes?
On first glance it looks like a reasonable size wok (frying pan) and pans, but they are only 16cm 18cm 20cm,
and the frying pan only 20cm (8")? Seems more like a small omelete size?
Our frying pan is more like 30cm!
Just my two peneth!

Price seems okay,

I returned my Circulon (1) frying pan as the non stick had never been that good, they replaced it and the instructions said oil the pan on a regular basis to help keep its quality. i.e. a small bit of oil in the pan and wipe it into the grooves with a paper towel leaving a fine layer. This seems to have worked and reduced the rate of deterioration. I don't know if the label/solvent remover works, you would have thought if it did without damaging the non stick then Meyer would sell it. Unless a large percentage of people only bin the pans that stick and by new ones.
I suppose if the spray does not corrode the non stick then it can just be returned to Meyer under guarantee if it does not work.:whistling: It costs about the same as sending the pan back so I might try it. Has anyone else had a go with it yet.

alecb;5992858

Bought a set of Circulon Professional for SWMBO about 4 years … Bought a set of Circulon Professional for SWMBO about 4 years ago.Initially they were excellent but I find that when the non stick loses its effectiveness the burnt food gets stuck in the grooves on the pans, especially the frying pan. The saucepanss are OK apart from the fact that we cook a lot of pasta and that ends up in the grooves on the saucepans.That can be cleared by the occasional soak with vinegar but nothing will shift the gunge in the frying pan. I balme her for cooking with olive oil rather than butter but I know who'd end up cooking if I were to mention it. :roll:If I had to buy again I'd buy Anolon from the same manufavcturere as Circulon ie Meyer.



I too had the same problem with these pans. I'm really anoyed because I thought that they would last a bit more than 3/4 years, certainly not a lifetime.

mrsj2008;5993001

Every time they've had a sale over the past 18 months, it's been this … Every time they've had a sale over the past 18 months, it's been this price. Looks like they can't shift em.

Looks more like a DFS pricing policy to me - this is the normal price, and they just have them intermittently at a higher price in the legal minimum of places (notice the disclaimer about "six stores") for them to be able to claim that they are a special offer.

Hello my name is Zoobenny and I'm a Circulonaholic! I even brought back some from New York where they were dirt cheap in Maceys. Imagine my excitement when they brought out the cookware range, muffin pans etc.

(Note to self, must get a life!)

RedOnRed;5993803

The non-stick tends to deteriorate if you put it in the dishwasher. Was … The non-stick tends to deteriorate if you put it in the dishwasher. Was that the case?



No. I cleaned and looked after the pan in accordance with instructions - no shortcuts.

eye will;5994295

. I don't know if the label/solvent remover works, you would have thought … . I don't know if the label/solvent remover works, you would have thought if it did without damaging the non stick then Meyer would sell it. Unless a large percentage of people only bin the pans that stick and by new ones.I suppose if the spray does not corrode the non stick then it can just be returned to Meyer under guarantee if it does not work.:whistling: It costs about the same as sending the pan back so I might try it. Has anyone else had a go with it yet.



The spray isn't designed for cleaning pans - I just tried it out of frustration on yet another pan, where another member of the family had caused what looked like a lava spill to become encrusted all over it. The spray, I believe sends in micro globules of detergent filling in any surface gaps between any caked on grease (or glue) and the thing it is sticking to. The grease can no longer get a purchase on the surface and comes right off.

As far as I am concerned, Teflon and the like are just temporary surfaces and will become increasingly less effective even after a few uses of the pans, regardless how much you pay for your cookware. I notice most cooks on the TV never seem to have non-stick coatings on their pans. Presumably, you end up eating some of the Teflon with the meals you cook in it.

spraint;5993216

I had the same experience with the grooved frypan - it lasted 6 months of … I had the same experience with the grooved frypan - it lasted 6 months of careful use and cleaning (and I never cook with butter) before the non-stick surface vanished like any cheap pan and anything and everything would stick and burn on the grooves. If you want a tip how to get rid of burnt on grease from any failing non-stick surface, then grab a can of ] this from Maplins . Just a quick spray shifts absolutely everything without scrubbing. It gets immediately between the grease and the surface and the gunk just comes off with a wipe.



Thanks for the tip :thumbsup:

RedOnRed;5993803

The non-stick tends to deteriorate if you put it in the dishwasher. Was … The non-stick tends to deteriorate if you put it in the dishwasher. Was that the case?



Not with me it wasn't - the frying pan is so ruddy big nothing else would go in the dishwasher.
Anyway Circulon advise against putting them in the dishwasher cos the salt attacks the aluminium.

Is this really a 20cm frypan? It looks so much bigger in the picture.
Can someone please confirm this?
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