Russell Hobbs Ceramic Frying Pan Set 2pk £8.99 @ B&M
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Russell Hobbs Ceramic Frying Pan Set 2pk £8.99 @ B&M

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Found 11th Sep 2015
I've just spotted this on the website.

Description:

Russell Hobbs Ceramic Fusion Frying Pans.

Get cooking with this set of sleek ceramic frying pans from Russell Hobbs, perfect for all home cooking.

Non-stick ceramic coating.

Easy to clean.

Quality cookware from the Russell Hobbs Fusion range.

Includes:

20cm frying pan
24cm frying pan (diameter)

In red or blue.

According to B&M stock for this item is limited so if you interested have a look at your local.
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Edited by: "furion1985" 11th Sep 2015
Black or blue? Isn't it red or black?
these are rubbish! I bought them and threw out the ones I had and regretted it!
I since bought the teal hotpot and wow,what a difference...I would never buy any of these again...they look good....but that's about it I'm afraid
Original Poster
Master G

Black or blue? Isn't it red or black?


So it is, I have sorted this now. Thanks
My mum bought me some and they are rubbish.. They scratch easily and I know not to use anything metal in them
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I'm using a ceramic pan in my house and obviously cleaning takes longer then with normal pan plus you need be an extra careful not to scratch it by fork or knife but those pans are perfect to cook fish or veg in my opinion. Also a wooden spoon would be handy to cook with it.
you've got what you paying for. cheep, very "light", budget range.
Good price

But terrible brand
Only pan you'll ever need..

Once you've got over the ceramic/teflon nonsense that is.

amazon.co.uk/Buy…dle
Obviously a good deal so heat added. However, I'd NEVER buy this pan again after having to bin it after half-a-dozen uses.
terrible pan. had it and then gave it away
parkersblock

Only pan you'll ever need.. Once you've got over the ceramic/teflon … Only pan you'll ever need.. Once you've got over the ceramic/teflon nonsense that is.http://www.amazon.co.uk/Buyer-5130-24-Carbone-Stainless-Diameter/dp/B000TSSVA4/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1442028807&sr=8-1&keywords=de+buyer+cold+handle



​funny, I've just bought my first De Buyer, but the Carbon Plus range as I prefer the look. Very, very pleased with it, but only buy one if you're prepared to take the time to learn how to use it!
Are they for induction ovens?
reutunes

terrible pan. had it and then gave it away


to someone you didn't like?
Good price but they aren't as nonstick as you would believe ceramic would be after the first use unless you are cooking an omelette or potatoes food will stick I like to toss my food in the pan cheffy style and can't because eveything is stuck to the bottom you have to use non metallic utensils to stir in this pan, Russell Hobbs metal pans and pots with no nonstick coating are more nonstick than this
Don't like the colour
How on earth does this junk get voted to over 300 degrees? There is no way that many people voted hot based on experience with this brand of pans. An experiment in crowd psychology perhaps?
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