Mauviel Copper 7 Piece Cookware Set £999 @ harrods
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Mauviel Copper 7 Piece Cookware Set £999 @ harrods

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Found 16th Aug 2013
This is a fabulous deal with 1/3 off!

If you want your food to be cooked quickly and want to save on your gas bills you may want to consider investing in copper pans! Mauviel is the best company on the market for this and only the best restaurants in the world use their cookware.

Why copper you may ask? It is the best for conducting heat and controlling how your food is cooked. It heats up quicky and cools down quickly too. If you want precision and quality in your cooking then look no further..... this deal is a cracker!

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You're not wrong. It's a full set and they sell for about 200 quid a pop. They will of course last you a lifetime.

I don't care how many lifetimes it last me, a grand fr 7 pots and pans ?!!!

id rather have copper based and then lined pots and pans. a grands too much as a poster has said itll need to be used very regularly to see a return.

Also is there any Quidco or TCB on this (i doubt it though)

only the best restaurants in the world use their cookware.




And ANYONE with £999.

can you cook chips in the large one ? it would be a tad expensive if you were to burn the a--e out it

ordered x2 hot for me

see how much the price rises when somethings not made in china!

I'm no Einstein, but you're saying "if you want to save money on your gas bill", spend £1000 on pans (that we've presumably already got from Argos lol, ie not copper pots, but nevertheless work very well).

How's that a money saving exercise (apart from saving maybe 5p per soup warmed up in a copper pot which is marginally quicker to heat than in a plastic/tin/metal Argos pot???!!). So, spend £1000, but save 5p if you ever use a pot..

Better still, use the microwave to heat your food (shock suggestion) and save yourself £1000 plus save on your gas bill, Bargain!
Edited by: "iloveshopping1" 16th Aug 2013

Some people like something nice to look at for all their hard work, and if pots and pans do it for you why not, especially ones that could last a lifetime. You can't treat every product as simply utilitarian, or you'd have no aspirations in life, drive the cheapest car in the world, eat tesco value meals at every sitting, or live in a bedsit, as you don't need anything more than a bed and a fridge.

renderman

Some people like something nice to look at for all their hard work, and … Some people like something nice to look at for all their hard work, and if pots and pans do it for you why not, especially ones that could last a lifetime. You can't treat every product as simply utilitarian, or you'd have no aspirations in life, drive the cheapest car in the world, eat tesco value meals at every sitting, or live in a bedsit, as you don't need anything more than a bed and a fridge.



how do you know so much about me? and you think a copper pot is 'nice thing to look at'??? Surely You could think of a trillion things to stare at and feel a warm glow inside. A copper pot not being one of them. Ever.

I didn't mention you or me, I said "some people" and "if pots and pans do it for you". I could think of far more aspirational items that I like, but I can't put myself in the place of others.

It's all relative, if I was chef earning £50k a month, these would seem like bargain.

Just agree with me and stop being so tactful

osrick

You're not wrong. It's a full sewot and they sell for about 200 quid a … You're not wrong. It's a full sewot and they sell for about 200 quid a pop. They will of course last you a lifetime.


200 a pop, where?

copper saucepan.co.uk for instance?
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