I would definitely agree with this comment, I own lots of procook pots and pan. I would NOT recommend buying sandwiched bottom pans as they are useless. Over the years spent/wasted so much money for cheap pans. May be buy one at a time but buy a quality one. Cheap or expensive, nonstick doesn't last even with hand wash or silicon/wooden utensils. Over the years I have contributed to big landfill by throwing lots of nonstick pans. Try ply all the way...
They're all heavy base pans, for the money you will find it hard to get a 10 piece set of this quality. I've been in the industry long enough to know a good pot and pan when I see one. The non stick pans are double layered too, I have single layer non stick pans still going after 4+ years without as much as a mark on them all at the cost of £10 from to maxx. It's all down to how you treat them. Plus, if all else fails their return policy is amazing and the reviews speak for themselves.
I’ve got some of their stainless steel pans and they are decent. Would buy again / more.
Wouldn’t recommend, it looks to me that they only have tri-ply bases as opposed to being fully clad all throughout - so uneven cooking around the sides of the pans. Also all of the non-stick pans in the set will only last for so long before needing to be replaced, it’s only worth buying cheap non-sticks so you can replace them when necessary. If you’re looking to spend this much on a set look for fully clad tri-ply stainless steel and potentially metal handles.
Good reviews and looks a great set.