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Scoville Neverstick 4 Piece Cookware Set + Free Frying Pan + Lifetime Guarantee, Now £35 @ Asda (Free Click & Collect)
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Scoville Neverstick 4 Piece Cookware Set + Free Frying Pan + Lifetime Guarantee, Now £35 @ Asda (Free Click & Collect)

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Posted 23rd Oct 2019

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Was £65, Now £35, Free C&C. Register your purchase on the Scoville website, details given on packaging.Possible TCB also This 5 piece Scoville cookware set is perfect if you’re just starting out in a new kitchen or as a gift. With a milkpan, two saucepans with lids, 24cm frying pan and a smaller free 20cm frying pan this set is the essential and most affordable way to introduce Neverstick to your home.

This set radicalises the way you cook by featuring Neverstick, the latest innovation in non-stick technologies. Thanks to our carefully engineered toughening system, we proudly produce truly non-stick cookware that’s made to last.

Neverstick lets you cook without butter, fats and oil without food sticking to the pan, making washing-up easier too! With its high-grade aluminium body and stainless steel base: Scoville Neverstick is resilient and achieves superbly even heat distribution for a perfectly cooked meal every time. No more burnt bits stuck at bottom of the dish a quick soak in soapy water and the washing-up is done!

We are so proud of Neverstick that this Scoville set comes with a lifetime guarantee!!

• Lifetime Guarantee including the non-stick!
• Suitable for all cookers including induction
• Dishwasher safe
• Flake and peel free
• 100% PFOA free
• We always advise against using metal utensils

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Useful for cooking up flamedeer
Kingydaman24/10/2019 00:50

No dishwasher?!? It's 2019


My kitchen is tiny, no room for a dishwasher unless I get rid of my washing machine which I need with 5 kids
I have these, the sauce pans are a bit on the small side but good value. Unfortunately my frying pan now sticks to everything and not sure what I’ve done to make a never stick pan stick
It's because they are over rated by nutters on here. Pans are OK, frying pan is utter tosh.

Can't use anything over medium heat or it burns the pan. Can't claim on warranty because you burnt pan.
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Useful for cooking up flamedeer
I have these, the sauce pans are a bit on the small side but good value. Unfortunately my frying pan now sticks to everything and not sure what I’ve done to make a never stick pan stick
pinkkitty200723/10/2019 23:58

I have these, the sauce pans are a bit on the small side but good value. …I have these, the sauce pans are a bit on the small side but good value. Unfortunately my frying pan now sticks to everything and not sure what I’ve done to make a never stick pan stick


Claim on your warranty?
Had the 7 pan set for a good 6 months. They are great. I dey fry everything so these work a treat.
pinkkitty200723/10/2019 23:58

I have these, the sauce pans are a bit on the small side but good value. …I have these, the sauce pans are a bit on the small side but good value. Unfortunately my frying pan now sticks to everything and not sure what I’ve done to make a never stick pan stick


What type of flippers/turner's do you use
pinkkitty200723/10/2019 23:58

I have these, the sauce pans are a bit on the small side but good value. …I have these, the sauce pans are a bit on the small side but good value. Unfortunately my frying pan now sticks to everything and not sure what I’ve done to make a never stick pan stick


My frying pan is the same ... Used to be able to make perfect sunny side up eggs ..now I end up with scrambled eggs :/ unless I use lots of oil.
Kingydaman24/10/2019 00:14

What type of flippers/turner's do you use


Plastic. I don’t have a dishwasher so can’t be that
pinkkitty200724/10/2019 00:47

Plastic. I don’t have a dishwasher so can’t be that


No dishwasher?!? It's 2019
Kingydaman24/10/2019 00:50

No dishwasher?!? It's 2019


My kitchen is tiny, no room for a dishwasher unless I get rid of my washing machine which I need with 5 kids
It's because they are over rated by nutters on here. Pans are OK, frying pan is utter tosh.

Can't use anything over medium heat or it burns the pan. Can't claim on warranty because you burnt pan.
Must admit the set looked good in store, but they are tiny! Or maybe I use big pans?
Great deal
pinkkitty200723/10/2019 23:58

I have these, the sauce pans are a bit on the small side but good value. …I have these, the sauce pans are a bit on the small side but good value. Unfortunately my frying pan now sticks to everything and not sure what I’ve done to make a never stick pan stick



All the cheaper pan sets stick eventually, irrespective of what they claim on the advert.

Even at full price this is still a cheaper set, our frying pan along cost more than the full price of this set. Although even after 4.5 years nothing sticks to it and it wipes clean so I find with cook ware, you generally get what you pay for in my own experience.
Tempting, except for the non slip frying pan fail.
Anyone else find that the non stick grainy coating starts to come off in your food? I wish I'd stuck with tefal tbh.
Bought the pans last xmas and they have been fantastic easy to clean and good quality.I don't put them in the dishwasher just a rinse under the tap and they are clean.
Fab find
Good product, but not really sure why it's a hot deal, as it's almost always this price.
Amazing set of pans, non stick and good quality.
Laurie_Ballard24/10/2019 05:39

All the cheaper pan sets stick eventually, irrespective of what they claim …All the cheaper pan sets stick eventually, irrespective of what they claim on the advert.Even at full price this is still a cheaper set, our frying pan along cost more than the full price of this set. Although even after 4.5 years nothing sticks to it and it wipes clean so I find with cook ware, you generally get what you pay for in my own experience.


What pan do you use?
I've had my frying pan for 18 months and despite a few scratches and dishwasher use the non stick still works perfectly.
Edited by: "dcx_badass" 24th Oct 2019
ned.ford24/10/2019 08:13

What pan do you use?



This one

procook.co.uk/pro…0cm

We also have the same range of Saucepans, although they are fully stainless steel and still look virtually new after nearly 5 years of use, almost daily.
pinkkitty200723/10/2019 23:58

I have these, the sauce pans are a bit on the small side but good value. …I have these, the sauce pans are a bit on the small side but good value. Unfortunately my frying pan now sticks to everything and not sure what I’ve done to make a never stick pan stick


You should always let the pans cool down before washing them in warm water! If you run cold water over them straight after cooking you’ll knacker the non stick out!
Laurie_Ballard24/10/2019 08:16

This …This onehttps://www.procook.co.uk/product/procook-elite-triply-shallow-frying-pan-30cmWe also have the same range of Saucepans, although they are fully stainless steel and still look virtually new after nearly 5 years of use, almost daily.


+1 for procook. Never looked back. Somewhat expensive but definitely worth it. Still have some of the scoville pans but they rarely get used now.
MrMaccieKFC23/10/2019 23:43

Useful for cooking up flamedeer


I just caught one, I think he's gone bad. He was rotten.
I'm shocked at the amount of people who don't know how to season a frying pan, if you do have to wash it, reseason, not hard
Crap pans don’t waste your money
Laurie_Ballard24/10/2019 05:39

All the cheaper pan sets stick eventually, irrespective of what they claim …All the cheaper pan sets stick eventually, irrespective of what they claim on the advert.Even at full price this is still a cheaper set, our frying pan along cost more than the full price of this set. Although even after 4.5 years nothing sticks to it and it wipes clean so I find with cook ware, you generally get what you pay for in my own experience.


Having paid for expensive pans in the past (circulon infinite), these also ended up useless, so I wouldn’t do it again. Not worth the added expense IMHO.

Generally non stick pans aren’t always needed. I swear by them when frying and the marble coated ones are ideal and cheap enough to replace when needed, that being said I’ve had my current marble coated frying pans for over 2 years and they are still going strong.
Can i put up a picture of one these pans that's had some proper use?
pinkkitty200723/10/2019 23:58

I have these, the sauce pans are a bit on the small side but good value. …I have these, the sauce pans are a bit on the small side but good value. Unfortunately my frying pan now sticks to everything and not sure what I’ve done to make a never stick pan stick


I don't have the the saucepans but I couldn't agree more with your comments on the frying pan. Utterley useless. Asda not interested in replacing as intimating 'user fault'!!!!! Loved the poster who described the eggs scenario. I have thrown mine out and a few months ago replaced it with a frying pan that said it was manufactured by 'Pyrex' An old name yes, but the shelf label said MRP should be £32 and I paid £9.99 from Home Bargains although I realise that a lot of people don't have a Home Bargains. Although it is not used every day, it has been the best frying pan I have ever bought and that includes Tefal.
Bought these thanks to a deal from Mysticaltopaz24 in Jan 2018 and they are still fine now-still non stick and no bits in food. Only thing I do is use a normal pan if using very high heat (still can fry stuff just not at max so I only don't use it for curries). Set is worth it if you don't have ham hands!
I also own these pans,

For the most part they are pretty good. Started out well, but after a year of cooking eggs a few times a week they have stained (yes, I clean them)

Also one of them definitely is no longer no stick, when doing scrambled eggs, it sticks quite a lot.
The other pan seems to be heading in the same direction.

Time to pull out the receipt and get them replaced on the lifetime guarantee.

That being said, I would recommend them.
taffyjock124/10/2019 08:30

I'm shocked at the amount of people who don't know how to season a frying …I'm shocked at the amount of people who don't know how to season a frying pan, if you do have to wash it, reseason, not hard


Why would you not wash it?
pinkkitty200724/10/2019 09:37

Why would you not wash it?


For a proper seasoned stainless steel wok you are only supposed to wipe them down. I never liked that lol
Lucifer_UK24/10/2019 00:12

Claim on your warranty?


Don't bother if food is sticking, this company wriggles out of thier lifetime warranty. I have a set of these and same happened to me, the company claimed I used too high gas heat!
Infact I would love to hear from anyone who has managed to claim on the warranty from Scoville.
Edited by: "fazeruk" 24th Oct 2019
Got these last time, cracking set
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