Circulon Origins Hard Anodised Cookware Set, 5 Piece £65 del at Amazon
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Circulon Origins Hard Anodised Cookware Set, 5 Piece £65 del at Amazon

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Found 6th Dec 2015
Looks a reasonable set of pans for £65,can't find cheaper than £100 anywhere else.

1 x 14cm milkpan
1 x 16cm saucepan
1 x 18cm saucepan
1 x 20cm frying pan
1 x 24cm frying pan
1 x use and care guide
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Edited by: "Howie" 6th Dec 2015
These are an entry level range not to be confused with the high end ranges (that I own)
dsuk

These are an entry level range not to be confused with the high end … These are an entry level range not to be confused with the high end ranges (that I own)



​Okay Mr Fancy pants, next time you make beans on toast please make sure you invite us round
I've been using circulon pans daily for around 12 years now. They're brilliant, even if you burn something, just let them soak and it washes straight off. Plus with a lifetime guarantee, can't be beaten at this price. Heat added OP
dsuk

These are an entry level range not to be confused with the high end … These are an entry level range not to be confused with the high end ranges (that I own)



I'm looking for the dislike button but I cant find it oO
dsuk

These are an entry level range not to be confused with the high end … These are an entry level range not to be confused with the high end ranges (that I own)


Shame you haven't made any high end deal contributions in the last 17 months.
They look good but as the first commenter said in a rather "London" way. They aren't the high end ones which can be available for a little over double this on eBay.

Heat as this seems like a good deal for a good brand which hopefully are somewhere comparable to the top ones.
dsuk

These are an entry level range not to be confused with the high end … These are an entry level range not to be confused with the high end ranges (that I own)



I'm considerably richer than you
us_agent2012

They look good but as the first commenter said in a rather "London" way. … They look good but as the first commenter said in a rather "London" way. They aren't the high end ones which can be available for a little over double this on eBay.Heat as this seems like a good deal for a good brand which hopefully are somewhere comparable to the top ones.



ebay.co.uk/ulk…616
us_agent2012

http://www.ebay.co.uk/ulk/itm/161909811616



Will the handles on the lids conduct heat very badly? Look like metal to me?
dsuk

These are an entry level range not to be confused with the high end … These are an entry level range not to be confused with the high end ranges (that I own)



Which one is the high end ranges then, Mrs Bouquet?
Circus on are a great brand & the stuff does last for ages, however, if this is the range with the grooves in it avoid them, cooked & burnt food accumulates in the grooves & is hard to remove. I don't mean to scaremonger but if they're the flat surface type they're fine.

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dsuk

These are an entry level range not to be confused with the high end … These are an entry level range not to be confused with the high end ranges (that I own)



Obviously I only put this deal up in case anyone wanted a present for their staff.My cook only uses solid silver pans for my Larks' tongues,Otters' noses and Ocelot spleens.
dsuk

These are an entry level range not to be confused with the high end … These are an entry level range not to be confused with the high end ranges (that I own)



I see from your posted deals that you own a Dacia. Not to be confused with a decent car.
handles are plasic, so cannot be used in oven (or over flame, as i misfortunately found out).
Thank OP. I swear by my Circulons too. Frying pans have taken a beating so I'm jumping on this if only to replace them.
These are there really basic entry level set . Not great quality handles .
I have the really heavy solid set with full steel handles with rubber grip .
7 pan set from costco £150 on offer from £200 . They still look brand new after a good 3 years of cooking .
i swear by greenpan. non toxic too, unlike circulon (sorry op)
Greenpan lol! Will stick after 6 months.
When we had a new induction hob we bought Circulon pans, less than a year later the non-stick started to come off,when we complained to the Company they told us"The Guarentee is against manufacturers defects".
Would not have them again if the were free.
When we had a new induction hob we bought Circulon pans, less than a year later the non-stick started to come off,when we complained to the Company they told us"The Guarentee is against manufacturers defects".
Would not have them again if the were free.
rugman

I'm considerably richer than you



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Howie

Obviously I only put this deal up in case anyone wanted a present for … Obviously I only put this deal up in case anyone wanted a present for their staff.My cook only uses solid silver pans for my Larks' tongues,Otters' noses and Ocelot spleens.



Absolutely brilliant. Bravo OP and all the other hilarious commenters :-D
us_agent2012

...as the first commenter said in a rather "London" way.



"In a rather "London" way"?? What the hell is that supposed to mean?! Congratulations on alienating 8 1/2 million people!! Christ, you're just as obnoxious as the first idiot who posted on this thread!
Banned
my wife will like this.
No8

"In a rather "London" way"?? What the hell is that supposed to mean?! … "In a rather "London" way"?? What the hell is that supposed to mean?! Congratulations on alienating 8 1/2 million people!! Christ, you're just as obnoxious as the first idiot who posted on this thread!



Please add sense of humour to your alert words on HUKD, I'll even chip in a quid.
Actually a pretty good price for induction friendly, all non-stick, set of 5.
Wife's been using these pans for about 15yrs and in fact only recently bought a new set from BHS for £75 she says they are the best pans she's used.I dare say you can get better but not at this price.
us_agent2012

Please add sense of humour to your alert words on HUKD, I'll even chip in … Please add sense of humour to your alert words on HUKD, I'll even chip in a quid.



I've got a good sense of humour mate, but the comment has got to be funny in the first place.
us_agent2012

They look good but as the first commenter said in a rather "London" way. … They look good but as the first commenter said in a rather "London" way. They aren't the high end ones which can be available for a little over double this on eBay.Heat as this seems like a good deal for a good brand which hopefully are somewhere comparable to the top ones.



​How do these differ from the "high end ones"?
I bought these from Very for £59.99, one of the Black Friday deals. They feel really good quality and are lovely to use, not too heavy which I find impractical once full of food/water. Only downside is there is only two decent saucepans, to buy a bigger one is about £50 on its own.
dsuk

These are an entry level range not to be confused with the high end … These are an entry level range not to be confused with the high end ranges (that I own)



​Tell me what car you have so I can tell you mine us better!
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