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Scoville Neverstick cookware sale @ Asda, e.g. 24cm stock pot £13 (Free click and collect)
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Scoville Neverstick cookware sale @ Asda, e.g. 24cm stock pot £13 (Free click and collect)

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Scoville Neverstick cookware sale @ Asda, e.g. 24cm stock pot £13 (Free click and collect)
Posted 18th Aug 2020

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

Wide range of Scoville Neverstick pans on sale and available both instore and online. Free click and collect is also available.

Some examples,

Scoville Neverstick 32cm Stock Pot £19 (was £32)
Scoville Neverstick 24cm Stock Pot £13 (was £22)
Scoville Neverstick 30cm Frying Pan £12 (was £20)
Scoville Neverstick 28cm Frying Pan £10 (was £18)
Scoville Neverstick 24cm Frying Pan £8 (was £16)
Scoville Neverstick 20cm Frying Pan £6 (was £12)
Scoville Neverstick 28cm Forged Open Wok £12 (was £20)

and many more.
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morpheus18/08/2020 14:31

I wouldn't worry. On past experience of many Scoville customers, the …I wouldn't worry. On past experience of many Scoville customers, the non-stick won't last too long anyway. Problem solved.


Our experience is very different. We started using Scoville a few years ago and now nearly all our cookware are Scoville. We use them daily and put them in the dishwasher. Never had a problem. I guess the key is to never use metallic utensils.
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does a stockpot need to be non stick?
I suppose you could brown off the meat first without having to use a frying pan
3dluis18/08/2020 13:39

Already posted


Ah... I see a square grill and a 'pan set', but a lot more is on sale here, including various pans and stock pots. I was looking for a stock pot, but couldn't find one. Hence this post.
robbie141218/08/2020 13:43

does a stockpot need to be non stick?I suppose you could brown off the …does a stockpot need to be non stick?I suppose you could brown off the meat first without having to use a frying pan


I wouldn't worry. On past experience of many Scoville customers, the non-stick won't last too long anyway. Problem solved.
morpheus18/08/2020 14:31

I wouldn't worry. On past experience of many Scoville customers, the …I wouldn't worry. On past experience of many Scoville customers, the non-stick won't last too long anyway. Problem solved.


Our experience is very different. We started using Scoville a few years ago and now nearly all our cookware are Scoville. We use them daily and put them in the dishwasher. Never had a problem. I guess the key is to never use metallic utensils.
PaintedStork18/08/2020 14:36

Our experience is very different. We started using Scoville a few years …Our experience is very different. We started using Scoville a few years ago and now nearly all our cookware are Scoville. We use them daily and put them in the dishwasher. Never had a problem. I guess the key is to never use metallic utensils.


Totally agree. I switched all my pans after having the first few for a few months. We’ve had them well over two years and they look brand new. Care for them well, and they will serve you well. I also put them in the dishwasher often.
Only down side is the handles get hot, even the plastic parts. But it’s manageable

I use the stockpot to make rice, it’s the perfect size for a one-pot meal for our family
fmhm18/08/2020 14:47

Only down side is the handles get hot, even the plastic parts.


I have this pot and have had for about a year. Non-stick is still fine, it's a pretty tough pan but the handle is poor. It's small, narrow and the heat proofing only covers 2/3 of its length. Pretty easy to burn your fingers on it, I'm amazed it was designed that way.
PaintedStork18/08/2020 14:36

Our experience is very different. We started using Scoville a few years …Our experience is very different. We started using Scoville a few years ago and now nearly all our cookware are Scoville. We use them daily and put them in the dishwasher. Never had a problem. I guess the key is to never use metallic utensils.


Every time the same responses come up suggesting people have used them in dishwashers, used metallic utensils etc etc.... I used them exactly per the manufacturer instructions and they were terrible. A search of old Neverstick threads on here will reveal many similar views.
morpheus18/08/2020 15:44

Every time the same responses come up suggesting people have used them in …Every time the same responses come up suggesting people have used them in dishwashers, used metallic utensils etc etc.... I used them exactly per the manufacturer instructions and they were terrible. A search of old Neverstick threads on here will reveal many similar views.


And many more who managed not to knacker theirs, who all looked after them properly. These are solid pans, they'll last as long as anyone can be bothered to care for them.
Pokey18/08/2020 18:36

And many more who managed not to knacker theirs, who all looked after them …And many more who managed not to knacker theirs, who all looked after them properly. These are solid pans, they'll last as long as anyone can be bothered to care for them.


That's your opinion mate and you're certainly entitled to it. Would love to see your stats on the "many more" count up. Hyperbole....

When you do eventually try to claim on your warranty, do report back and let us know how you get on
Edited by: "morpheus" 18th Aug
PaintedStork18/08/2020 14:36

Our experience is very different. We started using Scoville a few years …Our experience is very different. We started using Scoville a few years ago and now nearly all our cookware are Scoville. We use them daily and put them in the dishwasher. Never had a problem. I guess the key is to never use metallic utensils.


Ditto, minus the dishwasher bit.

When using their lifetime guarantee for a pan that did start to lose its non stick in a ring around the middle, I was informed (after providing screenshots) that the cause may be due to the dishwasher detergent. From the screenshots they could see pitting corrosion (and a whitening) that they said is common with dishwasher use.

They weren’t wrong, we DID use the dishwasher on them.

Since receiving a replacement wok, I switched the silicone spatulas (a great move) and now just hand wash the pans. The wok still looks new after daily use for over a year.

All that said. Due to how much I like these pans. I’d gladly buy a new set year on year if I had to.

The 28cm Shallow Casserole Pan is left out on the side 24/7, it’s the only pan I use.

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Edited by: "Vini" 19th Aug
Value for money, these pans are the best!!! Have always bought expensive pans in the past but last year bought these when they were on offer. A quarter of the price and have lasted longer with the non stick still being non stick!! Will never buy any other pans than these in the future. Genuinely incredible price for what they are. Highly recommend!!
Edited by: "BradleyBradders" 19th Aug
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