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Le Creuset Satin Black 26cm round casserole dish £184.65 @ Amazon
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Le Creuset Satin Black 26cm round casserole dish £184.65 @ Amazon

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Posted 17th Jun

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Seems to be the best price, with most online retailers selling it for around £205. John Lewis etc are still selling for the RRP of £260.

It's very expensive for a pot, but they're built to last - but of course this will go cold anyway.
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Probably420Stoned17/06/2020 12:32

People just dont understand le creuset& would rather spend £30 every 1-2 …People just dont understand le creuset& would rather spend £30 every 1-2 years instead. Love their mugs, can't afford the cookery stuff yet.


Don't buy into that logic at all.

Spent ~£25 on a casserole dish 15 years ago and use it weekly. It's still in perfect working order and does its job. We also have a second £12 ceramic from Wilko that is used all the time (not on the hob), and had that about 10 years. Does its job.

If you look after things then they will last. Paying a premium doesn't guarantee longevity.
Edited by: "Wizzfizz" 17th Jun
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If it goes cold then its not doing its job very well
People just dont understand le creuset& would rather spend £30 every 1-2 years instead. Love their mugs, can't afford the cookery stuff yet.
Be aware those interested, it likely not to have the cream coloured interior that most are familar with. Will probably be black enamel. If so still genuine of course.
Probably420Stoned17/06/2020 12:32

People just dont understand le creuset& would rather spend £30 every 1-2 …People just dont understand le creuset& would rather spend £30 every 1-2 years instead. Love their mugs, can't afford the cookery stuff yet.


Don't buy into that logic at all.

Spent ~£25 on a casserole dish 15 years ago and use it weekly. It's still in perfect working order and does its job. We also have a second £12 ceramic from Wilko that is used all the time (not on the hob), and had that about 10 years. Does its job.

If you look after things then they will last. Paying a premium doesn't guarantee longevity.
Edited by: "Wizzfizz" 17th Jun
Wizzfizz17/06/2020 12:44

Nope, wrong for the first part. Spent ~£25 on a casserole dish 15 years …Nope, wrong for the first part. Spent ~£25 on a casserole dish 15 years ago and use it weekly. It's still in perfect working order and does its job. We also have a second £12 ceramic from Wilko that is used all the time (not on the hob), and had that about 10 years. Does its job.



Give another reply in about 50 years as some of my Le Creuset are 65 plus years old.
Over price I won't go for that
freezing7717/06/2020 12:53

Give another reply in about 50 years as some of my Le Creuset are 65 plus …Give another reply in about 50 years as some of my Le Creuset are 65 plus years old.


It won't matter by then.

But even if I get another 10 or 15 years from these. I'll just buy new again and still save a mint.
Edited by: "Wizzfizz" 17th Jun
If you are slightly cost conscious, look at Denby. Comes with a lifetime warranty for half the price. Still expensive vs Wilko though
It's a pot. Enough said.
Le Creuset are expensive, but their cookware is bomb-proof.
It’s like the only stuff that survived my old house share, with the one housemate who’d carbonise any and every food possible, but still insist their cookery skills were on par with Jamie Oliver
freezing7717/06/2020 12:53

Give another reply in about 50 years as some of my Le Creuset are 65 plus …Give another reply in about 50 years as some of my Le Creuset are 65 plus years old.


Had a Le Creuset set for 40 years but rarely use them any more, yes they last but sauces easily burn and stick, then hard to clean off, very over rated! Bought some Castey Fundix pans 3 years sgo, best pans I have ever had, nothing ever sticks and so easy to clean, even the frying pan is still like new after 3 years!
poisedmoth17/06/2020 13:56

Had a Le Creuset set for 40 years but rarely use them any more, yes they …Had a Le Creuset set for 40 years but rarely use them any more, yes they last but sauces easily burn and stick, then hard to clean off, very over rated! Bought some Castey Fundix pans 3 years sgo, best pans I have ever had, nothing ever sticks and so easy to clean, even the frying pan is still like new after 3 years!


Not the same thing at all.

Cast aluminium Vs cast iron

Non stick Vs enamel
They are both saucepans and cook food !! It's what works best, the material is irrevelant !
Cheaper at JLP? johnlewis.com/le-…379

Ahh. Seems might be some difference. This one is an exclusive to JLP.
Edited by: "csdt3" 17th Jun
csdt317/06/2020 16:37

Cheaper at JLP? …Cheaper at JLP? https://www.johnlewis.com/le-creuset-essentials-cast-iron-round-casserole-pot-26cm/satin-black/p4209379Ahh. Seems might be some difference. This one is an exclusive to JLP.


Just about to post this .
csdt317/06/2020 16:37

Cheaper at JLP? …Cheaper at JLP? https://www.johnlewis.com/le-creuset-essentials-cast-iron-round-casserole-pot-26cm/satin-black/p4209379Ahh. Seems might be some difference. This one is an exclusive to JLP.


Yeah, I saw that one but it's part of the Essentials range, so is presumably somehow not as good. This deal is for the Signature version (which I think it just a posh way of saying the normal one).

I thought I had better buy the real deal, so my girlfriend is happy!
Edited by: "android12" 17th Jun
The power of Hotukdeals
Phone call to say they will replace as a gesture of goodwill Was it after my post
They dont honour lifetime warrenty as it usually fails in first 6 to 12 months was excuse given
Handle on saucepan failed they dont hold stock Cerise colour
Wont replace with something similar
So full set of 12 pieces missing sie 16 saucepan
Edited by: "AlanR75" 18th Jun
Good deal op, you won’t please most on here as though, they simply don’t understand that some people like to buy into a collection, you can buy grills, saucepans, mugs, utensil jars etc all in the same colour. All I can buy some cheap casserole from lidi or sainsbury but you won’t be able to extend the range. Heat from me.
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