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Circulon Ultimum High Density Forged 28cm Square Grill - Cast Fittings £54.95 delivered @ Circulon Shop
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Circulon Ultimum High Density Forged 28cm Square Grill - Cast Fittings £54.95 delivered @ Circulon Shop

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Posted 5th Jun
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Ideal for grilling homemade burgers or sausages, this 28cm square grill pan from our Ultimum range is an ideal addition to your cookware collection. Unlike many grill pans on the market this pan is suitable for all hob types, including induction, due to it's cold forged construction. With a reinforced pan base and rim, combined with our cast stainless steel handles, this grill has been made to last.

All cookware within the Ultimum range are covered by our hassle free lifetime guarantee.

Reasons to choose the Circulon Ultimum 28cm grill pan with stainless steel fittings:
  • Forged pan body - Allows for excellent heat conduction, second only to copper.
  • Patented Ultra Total® Hi-Low Non-Stick system.
  • Edge to edge induction suitable base.
  • Reinforced pan base and rim for perfect fast even heating.
  • Easy clean non-stick flush rivet design.
  • Durable cast stainless steel handle.
  • Truly dishwasher safe.
  • Metal utensil safe due to high performance non-stick durability.
  • Hassle free lifetime guarantee.

Technical Specification:
  • Material: Forged high density aluminium
  • Diameter: 28cm
  • Oven safe: 260°C/500°F/Gas Mark 10.
  • Non-stick: Yes
  • Induction Suitable: Yes
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I’ve had there so called professional range pots and pan sets and within about 12 months to a 18 months the Teflon coating started coming of the main used pans. Trying to enact there so called lifetime guarantee was a nightmare but eventually got a replacement which after 12 months is doing the same thing . And yes I used Circulon silicon utensils and NOT metal spoons. The finish has abraded where the utensils stir...NOT flake or chip
Edited by: "classygear" 5th Jun
classygear05/06/2020 18:27

I’ve had there so called professional range pots and pan sets and within a …I’ve had there so called professional range pots and pan sets and within about 12 months to a 18 months the Teflon coating started coming of the main used pans. Trying to enact there so called lifetime guarantee was a nightmare but eventually got a replacement which after 12 months is doing the same thing


If it is being replaced for free each year then who cares!
Mizz_Chilli05/06/2020 18:31

If it is being replaced for free each year then who cares!


They will only replace once and will make you jump thru hoops doing it. Make sure you keep the receipt.
I've had these for years, I think the dishwasher causes the issues with coating coming off.

They are supposed to be dishwasher safe but as said above claim under the warranty and you'll get new
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Not a dishwasher problem
Edited by: "classygear" 5th Jun
classygear05/06/2020 18:44

[Image] Not a dishwasher problem



Very strange indeed. Do you avoid using washing up liquid on them, and oil them after use per the care instructions? I have had the Infinite range pans for years and they still look as good as new!
xeroc05/06/2020 19:09

Very strange indeed. Do you avoid using washing up liquid on them, and oil …Very strange indeed. Do you avoid using washing up liquid on them, and oil them after use per the care instructions? I have had the Infinite range pans for years and they still look as good as new!


According to Circulon professional non stick care instructions online it says nothing about having to oil after each wash. I’ve heard you do that for steel woks but not non stick. In fact it says oil is not needed and may cause it to burn and bond to the surface affecting the non stick qualities
classygear05/06/2020 19:25

According to Circulon professional non stick care instructions online it …According to Circulon professional non stick care instructions online it says nothing about having to oil after each wash. I’ve heard you do that for steel woks but not non stick. In fact it says oil is not needed and may cause it to burn and bond to the surface affecting the non stick qualities


I see! I don’t have it anymore, but I remember when I first got mine there was a care “manual” in the box, and it definitely mentioned conditioning them with oil after use . This was many years ago so that advice may have changed, but it hasn’t done them any harm- quite the opposite. Anyway, sorry to hear you’ve had nothing but trouble with them!
I bought pans from this range thinking they would last me for life... I was wrong! One of the pans weirdly ended up with a flat edge (hadn’t) been dropped, returned to the store as was within 12 months and was replaced ‘as good will’ since then I have dropped the frying pan and the same thing has happened. I don’t expect this from such expensive pans. I will not buy from this company again!
Those non stick pans need to be used very carefully. Apart from can’t use metal utensils, you can’t use those to cook anything with bones in. Even one, yes one, fish bone will damage the surface
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