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Scoville Neverstick Red Frying Pan 30cm - £12 (Down From £20) @ Asda - Free C&C
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Scoville Neverstick Red Frying Pan 30cm - £12 (Down From £20) @ Asda - Free C&C

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Posted 27th Oct 2018

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• Lifetime Guarantee including the non-stick!
• Suitable for all cookers including induction.
• Dishwasher safe.
• Flake and peel free.
• 100% PFOA free.
• Even Heat Distribution.
• Special Edition Metallic Red
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I bought a couple of the neverstick + pans last week and they are really good. I used click and collect but when I got to the store they had plenty on display so I think you could probably just go down to your local store and get one.
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sam_of_london1 m ago

Voted hot and bought


they also have a square one with ridges for £9 pretty good as well
osrick27/10/2018 13:47

I bought a couple of the neverstick + pans last week and they are really …I bought a couple of the neverstick + pans last week and they are really good. I used click and collect but when I got to the store they had plenty on display so I think you could probably just go down to your local store and get one.


In my nearest Walmart Asda they were selling at triple price /Full price last time I checked prices . Asda has different prices north of the country where they don't have many sales . So they only reduce prices in the north and not in the South. So if you live south of the country like me , use click and collect otherwise you will find it displayed at full price.
Edited by: "sam_of_london" 27th Oct 2018
My nearest store is in Basingstoke and the prices were the same as online.
sam_of_london28 m ago

In my nearest Walmart Asda they were selling at triple price /Full price …In my nearest Walmart Asda they were selling at triple price /Full price last time I checked prices . Asda has different prices north of the country where they don't have many sales . So they only reduce prices in the north and not in the South. So if you live south of the country like me , use click and collect otherwise you will find it displayed at full price.


I was told that online prices and instore prices can differ, and the online prices are often cheaper. The customer service staff told me that customers frequently complain as they come instore to buy the goods instead.
Does anyone actually know what lifetime guarantee actually means? Do i have to show proof of purchase 3 years later when the non-stick has worn off or nah?
Does anyone actually know what lifetime guarantee actually means? Do i have to show proof of purchase 3 years later when the non-stick has worn off or nah?
vampspiro1 h, 39 m ago

Does anyone actually know what lifetime guarantee actually means? Do i …Does anyone actually know what lifetime guarantee actually means? Do i have to show proof of purchase 3 years later when the non-stick has worn off or nah?


imperialgb.com/reg…ee/
This is where you register the guarantee, but do it before you throw cardboard wrapper away as you need the item number. Didn't ask for proof of purchase so who knows!

The toughness they claim is a layer under the nonstick which presumably stops it peeling off, but I haven't seen nonstick peeling off for more than twenty years to be honest. Normally it just gets oxidised with burnt oils and stops being nonstick so only time will tell if the nonstic claim is justified, or if they'll just say if it hasn't peeled off it's ok.
I used this last night to get some sausages and despite using a fair bit of palm oil, they burnt and stuck to the pan.

Cold vote issued.

Cheap for a reason.

Kindest regards
The frying pans are OK, Nothing more - unless you look after them really carefully. I have had the frying pan about a year and it's loosing its non sickness.
When first bought you can fry an egg with out oil etc. Now things just stick to it like with normal non stick. If you ask scoville for a refund they will say you used a high heat and burnt the pan.
So if you get one use it as a "good" pan and don't abuse it. Otherwise your better off getting a cheaper wok and seasoning it properly.

I do however recommend the normal cooking pans. They are great.
I ordered the set with a free extra frying pan online when I went to collect it instore they had them in stock for sale for the same price Plus the square frying pan plus this offer.

This is the first time that I have seen a good selection of them actually in store on offer for the same prices as the website prices

I bought a frying pan a few months ago very very good quality does not scratch unlike Tefal
Edited by: "PACMAN123456" 28th Oct 2018
These ones are better than tefal. Very good pans.
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