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Fissler 24cm 6.8L stockpot at TK Maxx £15 rrp £110+ instore
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Fissler 24cm 6.8L stockpot at TK Maxx £15 rrp £110+ instore

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Posted 10th FebLocal
TK Maxx have Fissler 24cm stockpots reduced to £15. I had a quick look online and amazon and Harrod’s sell these for £140+ so they should hopefully be a decent pan. (Amazon have really good reviews) This was in the Grimsby store. They had lots still on the shelves for £20 and strangely lots in the reduced isle for £15. I also bought the milk pan for £6.
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A couple of years ago Tesco's did a voucher collection scheme on this. I got the stockpot, griddle pan and few other things. The stockpot is fantastic quality. I still use it all the time - looks good as new. I'd 100% recommend them at this price. Brilliant.
Good brand... I have a small saucepan I bought for £7 in tk Maxx & it's great. I think it was on Amazon at about £40 at the time...
Amazing deal! Wish I was close by.
Karla8510/02/2019 18:23

Amazing deal! Wish I was close by.


They are £19.99 online - still a good price
Good quality pans.
Lidl are doing similar good quality pans with glass lids 24cm n 28cm
Got them both at part of the tesco sticker voucher thing a few years ago, great quality, especially for the price!
ukmonkey1 h, 42 m ago

Good quality pans.


RRP 110 are for the orginal Germans made pans. This and tesco we looking at cheap budget market. Fakes
Thank you. I’ll have a look tomorrow. I actually went today but there’s always too much to look at in TK Maxx.
Sold out online
What do the bases look like? If they are flat then I suspect that these along with the pans I got from tesco a few years are a cheap version made in China. While still good quality pans and this is a bargain price, they aren't the super quality Fissler pans.
thebiophysicist2 h, 7 m ago

What do the bases look like? If they are flat then I suspect that these …What do the bases look like? If they are flat then I suspect that these along with the pans I got from tesco a few years are a cheap version made in China. While still good quality pans and this is a bargain price, they aren't the super quality Fissler pans.


You show me your bottom and I’ll show you mine. 🙈 I must warn you though that mines not flat or super quality.
Edited by: "Eden1612" 11th Feb
£19.99 in Bristol. Still good price and had 4 left today when we picked one up
thebiophysicist5 h, 44 m ago

What do the bases look like? If they are flat then I suspect that these …What do the bases look like? If they are flat then I suspect that these along with the pans I got from tesco a few years are a cheap version made in China. While still good quality pans and this is a bargain price, they aren't the super quality Fissler pans.


Orginal Profi collection are the best. Heavy well build and will last for forever.
thebiophysicist11th Feb

What do the bases look like? If they are flat then I suspect that these …What do the bases look like? If they are flat then I suspect that these along with the pans I got from tesco a few years are a cheap version made in China. While still good quality pans and this is a bargain price, they aren't the super quality Fissler pans.


What makes you say that? What shape should they be?!
thaliar10th Feb

They are £19.99 online - still a good price


Same instore £19.99
Loads in Nottingham trinity Square. Made in China. Flat bottomed, not that we know why that's an issue. But from my POV these look pretty average and are not worth any more than the 20 quid. Capsule bottom, not terribly thin but not especially weighty. Could do worse but I'd save my money and get a casserole or something instead really.
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