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COOKWORKS 4 PIECE STAINLESS STEEL PAN SET NEW - ARGOS £8.98 @ Argos eBay
COOKWORKS 4 PIECE STAINLESS STEEL PAN SET NEW - ARGOS £8.98 @ Argos eBay

COOKWORKS 4 PIECE STAINLESS STEEL PAN SET NEW - ARGOS £8.98 @ Argos eBay

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Duaghter is just about to move into her own flat so this is a steal to help start and set her up

Ideal for students as well no doubt

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I posted this last week, they must have got more in stock.
Excellent deal, hot.

Pans were a bit smaller than I was expecting - however it was worth the £ for the frying pan alone IMO.

These are good if your on a budget and heat has been given!

But I would always recommend buy better quality pans(Anodised or cast iron) as they last alot longer

P&P?

feeder16

These are good if your on a budget and heat has been given!But I would … These are good if your on a budget and heat has been given!But I would always recommend buy better quality pans(Anodised or cast iron) as they last alot longer


The price includes p&p. Got this set for when I first move in. Then I can get better quality ones if needed over time.

feeder16

But I would always recommend buy better quality pans(Anodised or cast … But I would always recommend buy better quality pans(Anodised or cast iron) as they last alot longer


Given concerns about the possible link between aluminium and Altzeimer's disease - alzheimers.org.uk/sit…=99 - I would avoid aluminium pans, anodised or otherwise.
These stainless steel Cookworks pans are much better quality than the price suggests - hot!

Are these suitable for camping stoves? If so, cheaper than millets were charging for a couple of pots...

michaelsouris

Given concerns about the possible link between aluminium and Altzeimer's … Given concerns about the possible link between aluminium and Altzeimer's disease - http://alzheimers.org.uk/site/scripts/documents_info.php?documentID=99 - I would avoid aluminium pans, anodised or otherwise.These stainless steel Cookworks pans are much better quality than the price suggests - hot!



Have you even read this article?????

"Aluminium and Alzheimer's disease
A number of environmental factors have been put forward as possible contributory causes of Alzheimer's disease in some people. Among these is aluminium. There is circumstantial evidence linking this metal with Alzheimer's disease, but no causal relationship has yet been proved. As evidence for other causes continues to grow, a possible link with aluminium seems increasingly unlikely"

michaelsouris

Given concerns about the possible link between aluminium and Altzeimer's … Given concerns about the possible link between aluminium and Altzeimer's disease - http://alzheimers.org.uk/site/scripts/documents_info.php?documentID=99 - I would avoid aluminium pans, anodised or otherwise.These stainless steel Cookworks pans are much better quality than the price suggests - hot!



Your arguement is no different to this one: Fry Up Good For You!

sammyislost

The price includes p&p. Got this set for when I first move in. Then I can … The price includes p&p. Got this set for when I first move in. Then I can get better quality ones if needed over time.



You will definitely need better quality over time. These are very lightweight which leads to poor cooking quality - very uneven heat distribution and they may even warp.

They are only marked as suitable for gas or ordinary electric hob. Not suitable for ceramic or halogen hobs.

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included in the £8.98

feeder16

P&P?


False economy - sorry but it is worth paying more for a set of half decent pans, these will end up in the bin after a month or so.


Just what I needed as spare pans. Thanks

Worth getting if you are in to a new house and money is tight. Quality pans are not worth the money at the expense of paying the rent or council tax!
Once you have more money and settled into your life more, you can get better pans that will last a long time to come and keep these in reserve at the back of a cupboard for those times when you suddenly have 10 guests for dinner and you always need an extra pan for sauces or something!

good find heat added

Bought cookworks skeptically after seeing a deal on here and I've regretted it ever since.
Absolute crap. Waste of money.

got some for the motorhome. Thanks

Rajnikanth

Bought cookworks skeptically after seeing a deal on here and I've … Bought cookworks skeptically after seeing a deal on here and I've regretted it ever since.Absolute crap. Waste of money.



To be fair at the price they are they are designed to be disposable (whether this is good for the larger picture is another argument altogether!), so I wouldnt expect them to last more than a month, especially if they are used everyday. We bought the Analon set from Debenhams when they were on one of their £100 for 6 pan's offers around 3 years ago and they are still going strong, but then that is what you would expect from something with an apparent RRP of £250

dannymccann

To be fair at the price they are they are designed to be disposable … To be fair at the price they are they are designed to be disposable (whether this is good for the larger picture is another argument altogether!), so I wouldnt expect them to last more than a month, especially if they are used everyday. We bought the Analon set from Debenhams when they were on one of their £100 for 6 pan's offers around 3 years ago and they are still going strong, but then that is what you would expect from something with an apparent RRP of £250



I have a pan I bought from Morrisons 7 years ago for £4. Been used several times every week since and still going strong. You don't need to pay stupid amounts of money for something that lasts.

Listing has ended. Expired?

try the ikea STEKA pans,

ikea.com/gb/…800

Had mine over a year they are actually really good.

Thanks, got the 2nd last one. Can't go wrong at that price for the amount of times I'll use them! Do me years!
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