Circulon Infinite Set - £104.68 @ Amazon
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Circulon Infinite Set - £104.68 @ Amazon

£104.68
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Found 4th Jun
This was listed a few weeks ago for a bit less but they were expired so this is just a heads up that it's back in stock at still a good price

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Amazon confound me ..I bought at £96 then they were £276

Well worth the money, I would have happily paid this price if I didn't manage to get them for a few quid less last month.

GoNz017

Well worth the money, I would have happily paid this price if I didn't … Well worth the money, I would have happily paid this price if I didn't manage to get them for a few quid less last month.



​Do you think so? we've had a really bad experience. A lot of the non stick has come off in a matter of a couple of months and we are getting the whole lot replaced, all we did was a bit of basic cooking and put them in the dishwasher, really not impressed

thank you been waiting for them to be 100 ish again

Jamminator

Do you think so? we've had a really bad experience. A lot of the non … Do you think so? we've had a really bad experience. A lot of the non stick has come off in a matter of a couple of months and we are getting the whole lot replaced, all we did was a bit of basic cooking and put them in the dishwasher, really not impressed


I have circulon pans. I think they are well worth the money but they do say don't put them in the dishwasher. Maybe that's the problem with yours.
Edited by: "psychobitchfromhell" 4th Jun

Jamminator

Do you think so? we've had a really bad experience. A lot of the non … Do you think so? we've had a really bad experience. A lot of the non stick has come off in a matter of a couple of months and we are getting the whole lot replaced, all we did was a bit of basic cooking and put them in the dishwasher, really not impressed


The dishwasher was the problem, while it says they can be put in the dishwasher they suggest against it for longevity. (the only reason I am retiring the pans I got as a wedding gift a decade ago is due to the dishwasher pitting the aluminum once the coating wore through)
I have a set of the Circulon Symmetry pans I got via this site a couple of years ago and apart from forgetting I had a pan on the heat empty causing the non stick to fail (Fortunately it didn't discolour the surface so I got to pick a replacement) they have been great.

The customer support isn't good, they were trying to find out if I had caused the problem but I was already onto them and they have a satisfaction guarantee so I would have gone down that road if needed.

Having never put them in the dishwasher they are in great shape, yes they will wear through on the rim but that takes the abuse from lids, storage and utensils.

I guess time will tell how they fare in a decade, better be better than the John Lewis set we got!
Edited by: "GoNz0-" 4th Jun

psychobitchfromhell

I have circulon pans. I think they are well worth the money but they do … I have circulon pans. I think they are well worth the money but they do say don't put them in the dishwasher. Maybe that's the problem with yours.



​No, the Infinity range say they are suitable for the dishwasher

Jamminator

No, the Infinity range say they are suitable for the dishwasher



Suitable yes, recommended, no.

GoNz017

Suitable yes, recommended, no.


Strange quote when "suitable" actually means right or appropriate for a particular person, purpose, or situation!!

Barge

Strange quote when "suitable" actually means right or appropriate for a … Strange quote when "suitable" actually means right or appropriate for a particular person, purpose, or situation!!



​ take it up with circulon.

AFIAK you NEVER put anything non-stick in a dishwasher - its asking for trouble.
Jamminator: "A lot of the non stick has come off in a matter of a couple of months " - are yours anodised? I don't think there is any non-stick on these to come off?
I have a set of Circulon infinite I bought pushing twenty years ago, at least one of them gets used nearly every day, I have always used nylon or wooden utensils, NEVER put them in the dishwasher and they are as good as new.
The absolute best thing kitchenwise I have ever bought.

I'm not sure, they are the Infinity pan set. It seems they aren't as suitable for the dishwasher as they say then so I won't be putting the new set in there

dvdvicar

AFIAK you NEVER put anything non-stick in a dishwasher - its asking for … AFIAK you NEVER put anything non-stick in a dishwasher - its asking for trouble.Jamminator: "A lot of the non stick has come off in a matter of a couple of months " - are yours anodised? I don't think there is any non-stick on these to come off?I have a set of Circulon infinite I bought pushing twenty years ago, at least one of them gets used nearly every day, I have always used nylon or wooden utensils, NEVER put them in the dishwasher and they are as good as new.The absolute best thing kitchenwise I have ever bought.


Momentum range say "Truly dishwasher safe" but again due to the price I would rather hand wash as even the "finish quantum" tablets haze up my glasses so they will damage the finish over time no matter what.
The rest say Dishwasher safe http://circulon.uk.com/customer-assistance/faqs/dishwasher-safe-pans
End of the day glasses say dishwasher safe but it will still **** them up after a few hundred dishwasher cycles.
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