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Scoville Neverstick Copper Frying Pan 20cms £8, 24 cms £9, Wok £12, Grill Pan £12 ( other colours \ sizes ) @ Asda C&C
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Scoville Neverstick Copper Frying Pan 20cms £8, 24 cms £9, Wok £12, Grill Pan £12 ( other colours \ sizes ) @ Asda C&C

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Posted 17th JanEdited by:"Mysticaltopaz24"
Neverstick lifetime guarantee frying pan no need for oil,easy clean,non stick. Dont forget to register your purchase by going online with the web address supplied with purchase packaging. Free c&c .other colours \ sizes available.
Frying pan copper 24 cms was £16 now £9 direct.asda.com/geo…C12
Frying pan Silver 28cms was £18 now £10 direct.asda.com/geo…C12
Frying Pan red 28cms was £18 now £10 direct.asda.com/geo…C12
Frying Pan gold 28cms was £18 now £10 direct.asda.com/geo…C12
2 handled gold Frying pan 30 cms was £20 now £12 direct.asda.com/geo…C12
2 handled red Frying pan 30 cms was £20 now £12 direct.asda.com/geo…C12
2 handled silver Frying pan 30 cms was £20 now £12 direct.asda.com/geo…C12
2 handled copper Frying pan 30 cms was £20 now £12 direct.asda.com/geo…C12
Copper open forged wok 28 cms was £20 now £12 direct.asda.com/geo…C12
Square gold Grill pan 28 cms was £18 now £12 direct.asda.com/geo…C12
Square red Grill pan 28 cms was £18 now £12 direct.asda.com/geo…C12
Square silver Grill pan 28 cms was £18 now £12 direct.asda.com/geo…C12
Square copper Grill pan 28 cms was £18 now £12 direct.asda.com/geo…C12
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If its got a lifetime guarantee that does not have difficult terms and conditions then its a good deal to get a new one each and every 10 years or so under the guarantee as I imagine it will eventually have to fail, if you are young, a good deal, keep the receipt and keep sending it back for a new one over the next 50 years whenever it fails.
Edited by: "MisterNippy" 17th Jan
MisterNippy35 m ago

If its got a lifetime guarantee that does not have difficult terms and …If its got a lifetime guarantee that does not have difficult terms and conditions then its a good deal to get a new one each and every 10 years or so under the guarantee as I imagine it will eventually have to fail, if you are young, a good deal, keep the receipt and keep sending it back for a new one over the next 50 years whenever it fails.


Cheeky!

I like it
Iv got these. For the money they are excellent
Edited by: "r19sky" 17th Jan
bellboys16 m ago

They also do a set of 5 pans for a bargainous 35 …They also do a set of 5 pans for a bargainous 35 quidhttps://direct.asda.com/george/home-garden/pots-pans/scoville-neverstick-4-piece-free-frying-pan-copper-cookware-set/050494675,default,pd.html?cgid=D26M08G08C12


Thanks!
I have the set plus 2 seperate frying pans. They are great at first. I have never over heated them or washed them until cold or used scouring pads etc but the non stick is not as good even after 4 months. The white speckles are dark now and things do stick in them without more oil now.

The saucepans hold up better as dont get used as often but I would not buy another frying pan. Not sure what to get instead though.
Simon_Warner17/01/2019 10:33

I have the set plus 2 seperate frying pans. They are great at first. I …I have the set plus 2 seperate frying pans. They are great at first. I have never over heated them or washed them until cold or used scouring pads etc but the non stick is not as good even after 4 months. The white speckles are dark now and things do stick in them without more oil now.The saucepans hold up better as dont get used as often but I would not buy another frying pan. Not sure what to get instead though.


these shouldnt be like this. I have had my pan set which came with a frying pan and free extra bigger size frying pan since 2017 and I can honestly say they are all as good as when first purchased. These are used either on a daily basis or several times a week
Mysticaltopaz2417/01/2019 10:36

these shouldnt be like this. I have had my pan set which came with a …these shouldnt be like this. I have had my pan set which came with a frying pan and free extra bigger size frying pan since 2017 and I can honestly say they are all as good as when first purchased. These are used either on a daily basis or several times a week


I agree. Not sure I am doing something wrong? I have 2 28 inch and the 2 that came with the set but only the 20cm one seems good.

I don't use much oil in them which is sort of the point but fried eggs stick now without plenty of oil.

I still think they are better than other non stick pans I have had but the lifetime guarantee is nonsense. I cant see them replacing them plus if you do you have to pay for postage etc so given how cheap they are I doubt anyone will go to hassle of returning them.
Simon_Warner17/01/2019 10:40

I agree. Not sure I am doing something wrong? I have 2 28 inch and the 2 …I agree. Not sure I am doing something wrong? I have 2 28 inch and the 2 that came with the set but only the 20cm one seems good.I don't use much oil in them which is sort of the point but fried eggs stick now without plenty of oil.I still think they are better than other non stick pans I have had but the lifetime guarantee is nonsense. I cant see them replacing them plus if you do you have to pay for postage etc so given how cheap they are I doubt anyone will go to hassle of returning them.


could try returning to store, as if what your saying is correct- then not fit for purpose?
Mysticaltopaz243 m ago

could try returning to store, as if what your saying is correct- then not …could try returning to store, as if what your saying is correct- then not fit for purpose?


Not worth hassle. Will just try something different eventually.
I have the set of 3 pans and 2 saucepans (£35 from Asda) and I also purchased the Wok from Asda a few weeks ago for £11! Amazing pans so far - used them daily for 2 months or so and not had any issues. Really cheap considering the quality, and I’m sure if there were any issues, the T&Cs would probably be pretty transparent. I glanced through them quickly and they seemed fair enough.
We have the 28cm frying pan still excellent after 12 months , agree not as good as when we first purchased but still great & non stick . well worth the money for a tenner.
Simon_Warner17/01/2019 10:33

I have the set plus 2 seperate frying pans. They are great at first. I …I have the set plus 2 seperate frying pans. They are great at first. I have never over heated them or washed them until cold or used scouring pads etc but the non stick is not as good even after 4 months. The white speckles are dark now and things do stick in them without more oil now.The saucepans hold up better as dont get used as often but I would not buy another frying pan. Not sure what to get instead though.


I agree same happened to mine
everypennycounts3 h, 13 m ago

I agree same happened to mine


Thirded. They are probably better than some pans and now not pricey - also they are induction compatible which I need for my single ring as I have no cooker to use. but I also find after some use, some bits of eggs stick a bit - eg making an omelette. I am careful to use a special non stick friendly sponge.
As said by others, not worth the hassle to return. Thankfully cleaning up doesn't take too long.
Edited by: "Patr100" 17th Jan
Silicone spatulas/utensils and a light clean will keep these pans in great condition. Wooden and metal utensils will weaken the coating and upon heating, it causes further degradation. I've had my pans and frying pan for a good year and still as good as new. Do not overheat either, these are not made for steaks etc. Use a seasoned stainless steel frying pan for the best steaks.
Edited by: "Rapata" 17th Jan
I recently bought quite a few different pans and the wok. For the money they are absolutely brilliant!!!! I really have been very impressed with the pans and they are a steal at the sale price.
Edited by: "Paul.Bradbury" 17th Jan
Doesn’t work well with induction despite their claim. Mine runs at 2400w on power mode and it doesn’t get that hot.
Picked up some of these from Asda and first impressions are fantastic.
Scoville are the best pans
manbearpig22 h, 6 m ago

Doesn’t work well with induction despite their claim. Mine runs at 2400w o …Doesn’t work well with induction despite their claim. Mine runs at 2400w on power mode and it doesn’t get that hot.


I would agree they don't get hot quickly compared to other pans I've had - eg: fired eggs take longer to cook , and that makes you want to turn up the heat on the pan - which they advise not doing.
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