Posted 8 May 2024

Ninja Extended Life Ceramic 20cm Frying Pan CW90020UK, Non-Stick, Induction Compatible, Oven Safe + 5 Year Guarantee - W/Unique code

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Reduced from £39.99 to £21.99, get Ninja Extended Life Ceramic 20cm Frying Pan for £19.79 with code from Discounts For Carers (Free to join, no email validation needed) or Newsletter Sign up / Student Discount / BLC / Health Service Discounts

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  • 20cm Frying Pan – made without PFAs, PFOAs, lead or cadmium
  • CeramicLock Technology – dual-bonded for extra durability
  • Made for healthier cooking – use little to no oil
  • Versatile cooking - suitable for all hobs & oven-safe up to 285°C
  • Dimensions - H: 7.2 cm x W: 21 cm x D: 38.7 cm. Weight: 0.65kg. Capacity: 1L. Colour: Terracotta & Grey

Welcome to the future of healthier, ceramic cooking. Designed for the modern home cook, Ninja's Extended Life range breaks the rules of ceramic cooking.

Expect impressive results from day one. Whether you’re cooking a fry up or searing meat for a stew, Ninja’s dual-bonded CeramicLock coating helps you create healthier dishes using little to no oil. This versatile cookware can also go from hob to oven. It can even withstand the dishwasher if you don't have time to hand wash.

This 20 cm ceramic frying pan helps you create delicious dishes at home with ease, whatever your cooking level. Preheating is a breeze with its thick hard-anodised aluminium body which wipes clean. Its comfortable cast stainless steel handle makes it easy to move the pan from hob to oven to table.

Enjoy healthier meals with no need to use excess oil thanks to its smooth and glossy ceramic coating. This versatile kitchen workhorse can do much more than frying. Use it to cook a Spanish-inspired frittata, a cheese toastie or even reheat leftovers.

Ceramic cooking starts here
Dual bonding gives Extended Life Ceramic Cookware its impressive strength and durability. CeramicLock is infused with more oil, which releases slowly, giving you more years of non-stick performance. It's incredibly tough – able to withstand up to 285°C in the oven. Expect a smooth and sleek ceramic surface that’s effective at preventing food from sticking. While its light yet durable, hard-anodised aluminium base preheats quicker for fast crisping, browning and searing.

Healthier home cooking

Discover greater confidence in the kitchen. Extended Life Ceramic helps you cook healthier dishes using little to no oil. Our exclusive ceramic coating has a smooth and silky feel that’s dual-bonded with more oil during the curing process, making it stronger and more durable.
Crafted without PFAs, PFOAs, lead or cadmium, it would make a fine choice for any mindful home cook.

Made for all hob types & ovens
Ninja’s Extended Life Ceramic frying pans, woks and saucepans work with all hob types and are oven safe up to 285°C. Made from thick 4mm aluminium, each piece is sturdy, yet light. Ergonomic stainless steel handles also make them comfortable when moving from the hob to the oven or worktop with ease.

*5-year guarantee
Enjoy incredible non-stick cooking performance for 5 years when you follow Ninja’s care and maintenance recommendations.
*Ninja Extended Life Ceramic is fully backed by Ninja to maintain non-stick performance for 5 years (when used as directed).
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  1. ben_baku's avatar
    Any experience with ninja pans? Looking getting the 9 in 1 and 8 in 1 pans along with maybe this. Getting a new kitchen and I want to get decent pans that will last
    TheDodger's avatar
    This guy has a great channel of product reviews (Mainly tools). He reviewed pans recently including Ninja. Ninja did pretty well but a cheaper brand called Granitestone was the winner
  2. vinit's avatar
    Got it for 17.59 with 20% off with BLC
    nightmoon's avatar
    is this a voucher and when did you buy it please?
  3. sjmleicester's avatar
    Alright for frying an egg but not much else given the size
    faceache's avatar
    20cm eggs according to Google are all polystyrene.
  4. magicmagicj's avatar
    20cm? Tiny
    SpicyPickle's avatar
    it's average 😔
  5. BigStart's avatar
    Is this big enough for a full English breakfast?
    Say 2 eggs, 2 sausages, mushrooms & tomatoes? (edited)
    sjmleicester's avatar

    Anything less than 28cms is a waste of time
  6. madhouse77's avatar
    Great price just Ugly Muggley
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