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Scoville Neverstick 5 Piece Cookware & Pan Set 5 PCs

This 5 piece Scoville cookware set is perfect if you’re just starting out in a new kitchen or as a gift. With a milk pan, two saucepans, 24cm frying pan and a 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 and is 5 times stronger than other non-stick products.

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
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Returned tbis in less than 12 months as everything stuck. Keep receipt and labels just in case you have the same problem. We were told several people had returned them xx
sevinozwell3 m ago
Returned tbis in less than 12 months as everything stuck. Keep receipt and labels just in case you have the same problem. We were told several people had returned them xx


Have to agree, mine lasted 3 months, not impressed.
I’ve had these pans for over a year. They’re good quality. Nothing sticks when I use them.
You do know that you are still supposed to use oil with these.... anything above low heat for prolonged periods any non stick pan should have a little oil to assist
Have had these for almost a year
And they are among the best pans I've had
Edited by: "GrahamPrince" 24th Jun
sevinozwell24/06/2019 09:44

Returned tbis in less than 12 months as everything stuck. Keep receipt and …Returned tbis in less than 12 months as everything stuck. Keep receipt and labels just in case you have the same problem. We were told several people had returned them xx


Mine keep sticking now aswell not even 12 months old but not got receipt to return
MiniMissyMoo24/06/2019 09:53

I’ve had these pans for over a year. They’re good quality. Nothing sticks w …I’ve had these pans for over a year. They’re good quality. Nothing sticks when I use them.


Same here
johnkinahan24/06/2019 10:07

Mine keep sticking now aswell not even 12 months old but not got receipt …Mine keep sticking now aswell not even 12 months old but not got receipt to return


If you ordered online, you'd have an email confirming your order. I've taken a print out to confirm an order once before and had a refund this way. Go into you account online n follow the returns procedure, print out and enclose it with the items you wish to return.
Just be aware that some people with induction hobs have had issues with these pots, myself included.
They are marketed as induction compatible but of the set of three I bought last week only one actually worked at all and very inefficiently at that.
Other Scoville never stick pans are available e.g 30 cm frying pan £12
Are these better than tefal?
polar11124/06/2019 16:12

Just be aware that some people with induction hobs have had issues with …Just be aware that some people with induction hobs have had issues with these pots, myself included. They are marketed as induction compatible but of the set of three I bought last week only one actually worked at all and very inefficiently at that.


Bought today, only the milk pan worked on Neff induction hob. Back tomorrow for a refund.
JohnCullen05/07/2019 21:56

Bought today, only the milk pan worked on Neff induction hob. Back …Bought today, only the milk pan worked on Neff induction hob. Back tomorrow for a refund.


The phrase "your mileage may vary" could have been created for induction hobs and cookware, it seems.

In my case, I could only get the largest pot to work on the largest ring and it was like trying to boil a kettle on a single Camping Gaz in a fresh breeze. Absolute crap.

So, back they went and I bought some Salter pots as I have a couple of frying pans of theirs that work nicely. Of course, none of the pots worked. Not one. So Amazon get them back.

Finally, I bagged some from Dunelm, 5 piece Prestige Dura for £30 less than anywhere else and they've been splendid. The crazy thing is, one of the best heating sets I've had was from Asda, £7 for three pots, and they heated as well as the cast iron Le Creuset pots I have. The only problem was the non-stick coating was literally non-stick to the metal within a few weeks.

And some may be quite reasonably be wondering, "Hold on. You've got a set of Le Creuset, why are you bothering with anything else?" Simple. They are too heavy, too shallow and all of them except the casserole pot have a damn pouring lip which means they are only useful for simmering stuff. Hugely expensive, hugely heat efficient and I hate them. They are bordering on the worthless to me.
polar11106/07/2019 02:03

The phrase "your mileage may vary" could have been created for induction …The phrase "your mileage may vary" could have been created for induction hobs and cookware, it seems. In my case, I could only get the largest pot to work on the largest ring and it was like trying to boil a kettle on a single Camping Gaz in a fresh breeze. Absolute crap.So, back they went and I bought some Salter pots as I have a couple of frying pans of theirs that work nicely. Of course, none of the pots worked. Not one. So Amazon get them back.Finally, I bagged some from Dunelm, 5 piece Prestige Dura for £30 less than anywhere else and they've been splendid. The crazy thing is, one of the best heating sets I've had was from Asda, £7 for three pots, and they heated as well as the cast iron Le Creuset pots I have. The only problem was the non-stick coating was literally non-stick to the metal within a few weeks.And some may be quite reasonably be wondering, "Hold on. You've got a set of Le Creuset, why are you bothering with anything else?" Simple. They are too heavy, too shallow and all of them except the casserole pot have a damn pouring lip which means they are only useful for simmering stuff. Hugely expensive, hugely heat efficient and I hate them. They are bordering on the worthless to me.


Thanks so much for your info.
Was thinking of the Salter set from Argos but after your experience won't bother.
Will have a look at the Prestige Dura set in Dunelm.
Thanks again.
JohnCullen06/07/2019 08:05

Thanks so much for your info. Was thinking of the Salter set from Argos …Thanks so much for your info. Was thinking of the Salter set from Argos but after your experience won't bother.Will have a look at the Prestige Dura set in Dunelm.Thanks again.



I've been happy with them but i would very much liked the Salter or Scoville because of the harder non-stick coating. The Salter frying pan I have will stand up to metal utensils no problem but I won't be doing that with these Prestige pots. But, of course, you need something to actually heat up before you start stirring or whisking, right?

Dunelm only seem to have the three piece set ATM at about £40, I think. They had the 5 piece on offer for £60 but Amazon and everywhere else seem to be selling that for around £90.
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