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Scoville Rose Gold : 4 Piece Pan Set & Frying Pan £35  @ Asda (Free C&C)
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Scoville Rose Gold : 4 Piece Pan Set & Frying Pan £35 @ Asda (Free C&C)

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Posted 26th Aug 2019

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Was £65, Now £35, Free C&C. This colour rarely comes down in price . Supplied with a lifetime guarantee, this stylish 5 piece pan set has been finished in the popular rose gold limited edition colour way suitable to compliment all types of kitchen decor. Created using an innovative new toughening system for a finish that will never peel or flake away these pans are hard wearing and five times stronger. Thanks to the non-stick qualities you can easily cook with little or no oil for healthier results. Boasting a stay-cool riveted Bakelite handle for comfortable and safe transportation around the kitchen, these pans are also dishwasher safe for added convenience and are suitable for all hob types including induction.3285067.jpgmatching items also available :
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Should be scorching hot, these pans are amazing!.

As good as salters best ones!
Edited by: "polarbaba" 27th Aug 2019
Also available in black, at the same price
Some of the reviews I’ve read seem to say they’re good first but then lose their nonstick feature and aren’t that good in the long term. Has anyone here had these for a while? I’m tempted to buy but not if it won’t last.
This has already been posted.

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Edited by: "sabrina89" 27th Aug 2019
sabrina8927/08/2019 06:28

This has already been …This has already been posted.https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/scoville-neverstick-4-piece-pans-set-free-frying-pan-ltd-edition-gold-red35-lifetime-guarantee-at-asda-free-cc-3279650


yes I posted the others, now Asda have included the limited edition Rose Gold , these as I said rarely get reduced.So I thought I would share
Jaestar6927/08/2019 06:22

Some of the reviews I’ve read seem to say they’re good first but then los …Some of the reviews I’ve read seem to say they’re good first but then lose their nonstick feature and aren’t that good in the long term. Has anyone here had these for a while? I’m tempted to buy but not if it won’t last.


They don't last long. White specks turn brown when the non stick starts to degrade and when you bring this up with the manufacturer, they claim it is because the pan has been overheated.

I wouldn't bother with them.

Save up a little more and get some Circulon cookware.
Thanks OP these are a lovely colour just ordered mine and heat added 🔥
Jaestar6927/08/2019 06:22

Some of the reviews I’ve read seem to say they’re good first but then los …Some of the reviews I’ve read seem to say they’re good first but then lose their nonstick feature and aren’t that good in the long term. Has anyone here had these for a while? I’m tempted to buy but not if it won’t last.


Mine are over a year and still like new. They're excellent
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They’re really good pans. Nonstick is good but on induction hobs they do this so not brilliant. My daughter has a set on an electric job and hers are fine
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Edited by: "debshag69" 27th Aug 2019
Mysticaltopaz2427/08/2019 07:54

yes I posted the others, now Asda have included the limited edition Rose …yes I posted the others, now Asda have included the limited edition Rose Gold , these as I said rarely get reduced.So I thought I would share


So you’re responsible for me buying more pans that I didn’t need
sabrina8927/08/2019 09:10

So you’re responsible for me buying more pans that I didn’t need


I've had a grill pan which has had loads of use, cooking mostly burgers, searing steaks and chicken breasts at high heat. It's still repels anything, including charred food and fats. Only ever hand washed, everything comes straight off.
Jaestar6927/08/2019 06:22

Some of the reviews I’ve read seem to say they’re good first but then los …Some of the reviews I’ve read seem to say they’re good first but then lose their nonstick feature and aren’t that good in the long term. Has anyone here had these for a while? I’m tempted to buy but not if it won’t last.


I think the issue is people using dishwashers, we have had our set for nearly two years now and the non-stick coating is absolutely fine but we do the washing up by hand.
Rapata27/08/2019 08:10

They don't last long. White specks turn brown when the non stick starts to …They don't last long. White specks turn brown when the non stick starts to degrade and when you bring this up with the manufacturer, they claim it is because the pan has been overheated.I wouldn't bother with them.Save up a little more and get some Circulon cookware.



Two years now and all of my pans are absolutely fine.
Raptorman27/08/2019 16:27

Two years now and all of my pans are absolutely fine.


Yeah I would consider the pans 'fine' but they do not live up to their 5 year claim...
Rapata27/08/2019 16:31

Yeah I would consider the pans 'fine' but they do not live up to their 5 …Yeah I would consider the pans 'fine' but they do not live up to their 5 year claim...


When I say 'pans' I am including the two frying pans we have as well. Every time these are posted there is a big argument that is 50/50 for and against, personally I think they are brilliant for the money.
Had ours a week then returned for a refund.
Dishwasher killed the pan in there lifted the coating straight off.
Said on the box they were dishwasher safe but clearly not.
Raptorman27/08/2019 16:34

When I say 'pans' I am including the two frying pans we have as well. …When I say 'pans' I am including the two frying pans we have as well. Every time these are posted there is a big argument that is 50/50 for and against, personally I think they are brilliant for the money.


Yeah I understand where you are coming from, the thing that niggles at me is that the company puts out various claims but cannot back them up.

Someone just above this reply has also stated that they are advertised as dish washer safe but one cycle in the dishwasher broke the non stick coating down and it was returned for a refund.

Are your pans showing signs of degradation?

Any of the white specks turning brown?

Would hate to think of what chemicals we can accidentally ingest based upon spurious claims made by manufacturers.
Raptorman27/08/2019 16:23

I think the issue is people using dishwashers, we have had our set for …I think the issue is people using dishwashers, we have had our set for nearly two years now and the non-stick coating is absolutely fine but we do the washing up by hand.


3/4 years and still looks brand new, non stick doing well!.
Washing by hand.
Rapata27/08/2019 16:45

Yeah I understand where you are coming from, the thing that niggles at me …Yeah I understand where you are coming from, the thing that niggles at me is that the company puts out various claims but cannot back them up.Someone just above this reply has also stated that they are advertised as dish washer safe but one cycle in the dishwasher broke the non stick coating down and it was returned for a refund.Are your pans showing signs of degradation?Any of the white specks turning brown?Would hate to think of what chemicals we can accidentally ingest based upon spurious claims made by manufacturers.


I'm also of the same opinion and am careful to avoid potentially harmful chemicals that can gassoff or flake off.
But in this case they were champion!.
polarbaba27/08/2019 16:49

I'm also of the same opinion and am careful to avoid potentially harmful …I'm also of the same opinion and am careful to avoid potentially harmful chemicals that can gassoff or flake off.But in this case they were champion!.


Could be that their manufacturing processes and/or their QA might not be up to scratch as the opinions on these items vary, by some distance too.
Jaestar6927/08/2019 06:22

Some of the reviews I’ve read seem to say they’re good first but then los …Some of the reviews I’ve read seem to say they’re good first but then lose their nonstick feature and aren’t that good in the long term. Has anyone here had these for a while? I’m tempted to buy but not if it won’t last.


I've had the normal black set since January using a similar deal and they've been brilliant. No degradation so far. I've even bought some of the larger pans to match now
Jaestar6927/08/2019 06:22

Some of the reviews I’ve read seem to say they’re good first but then los …Some of the reviews I’ve read seem to say they’re good first but then lose their nonstick feature and aren’t that good in the long term. Has anyone here had these for a while? I’m tempted to buy but not if it won’t last.


I’ve got two of these. One of which has just gone in the bin. Not had it more than a year but lost all of its non stick. Even when cooking with oil it still stuck!

Could be my way of cooking though. There is a disclaimer saying they aren’t suitable for high heat. Which seems stupid considering they’re pans. I’d get not using them in a professional kitchen as the burners are hotter. But to not be able to cope with a high heat on a domestic job makes me think it’s not fit for purpose.

Did wash it in the dishwasher but manufacturer says it’s fine to do that!
Edited by: "floz" 1st Sep 2019
floz01/09/2019 12:47

I’ve got two of these. One of which has just gone in the bin. Not had it m …I’ve got two of these. One of which has just gone in the bin. Not had it more than a year but lost all of its non stick. Even when cooking with oil it still stuck! Could be my way of cooking though. There is a disclaimer saying they aren’t suitable for high heat. Which seems stupid considering they’re pans. I’d get not using them in a professional kitchen as the burners are hotter. But to not be able to cope with a high heat on a domestic job makes me think it’s not fit for purpose.Did wash it in the dishwasher but manufacturer says it’s fine to do that!


I use mine to dry fry things on high heat all the time, we don't use any oil whatsoever.
Holding up so far. We're careful to use the correct utensils, missus bear isn't as careful as me... If it withstands Mrs bear... It should be okay for most ....

If these aren't working for you then try the salter ones, they are amazing. Got one for my mum who doesn't use the correct utensils with it and it's done well!, Used for high heat scenarios and also stews/curries, stir frys.
polarbaba01/09/2019 15:16

I use mine to dry fry things on high heat all the time, we don't use any …I use mine to dry fry things on high heat all the time, we don't use any oil whatsoever.Holding up so far. We're careful to use the correct utensils, missus bear isn't as careful as me... If it withstands Mrs bear... It should be okay for most ....If these aren't working for you then try the salter ones, they are amazing. Got one for my mum who doesn't use the correct utensils with it and it's done well!, Used for high heat scenarios and also stews/curries, stir frys.


Yeah we use the plastic utensils. My brother in law stayed over once and destroyed one of my tefal pans in one cooking session with metal utensils.

It must have been the dishwasher that ruined ours.

To be honest, I wouldn’t mind using a decent set of pans without non stick. Just need to figure out how to cook properly and which ones to buy. Any suggestions on more heavy duty ones?
Edited by: "floz" 1st Sep 2019
floz01/09/2019 15:33

Yeah we use the plastic utensils. My brother in law stayed over once and …Yeah we use the plastic utensils. My brother in law stayed over once and destroyed one of my tefal pans in one cooking session with metal utensils. It must have been the dishwasher that ruined ours. To be honest, I wouldn’t mind using a decent set of pans without non stick. Just need to figure out how to cook properly and which ones to buy. Any suggestions on more heavy duty ones?


Can't recommend anything other than the salter ones, as far as the regular ones are concerned I haven't seen a good set that I would trust, mainly because they are too thin, made of aluminium and the base isn't thick enough to evenly dissipate heat.
Maybe try a restaurant supplier as they will provide great stuff very cheap. Or even Chinese suppliers like wing tip, who have decent selections of cookware, obviously you'll have to take good care of it if it's not stainless steel.
Costco also have decent stuff. They had great regular pan set that looked restaurant grade last week on offer, without non stick. ( Whilst it looked great, I didn't pay any attention to it due to me not using any oil in my food I need non stick otherwise I'm in trouble! ).
Edited by: "polarbaba" 1st Sep 2019
polarbaba01/09/2019 16:00

Can't recommend anything other than the salter ones, as far as the regular …Can't recommend anything other than the salter ones, as far as the regular ones are concerned I haven't seen a good set that I would trust, mainly because they are too thin, made of aluminium and the base isn't thick enough to evenly dissipate heat.Maybe try a restaurant supplier as they will provide great stuff very cheap. Or even Chinese suppliers like wing tip, who have decent selections of cookware, obviously you'll have to take good care of it if it's not stainless steel.Costco also have decent stuff. They had great regular pan set that looked restaurant grade last week on offer, without non stick. ( Whilst it looked great, I didn't pay any attention to it due to me not using any oil in my food I need non stick otherwise I'm in trouble! ).


I’ve got Costco membership so that’s a useful tip. I guess the ideal option is thick stainless steel then? I guess even with that you need to be careful utensil wise as you can damage the steel.

Any idea on brands to go for? Or is it a case of them being generic when it comes to restaurant suppliers?
floz01/09/2019 16:05

I’ve got Costco membership so that’s a useful tip. I guess the ideal opt …I’ve got Costco membership so that’s a useful tip. I guess the ideal option is thick stainless steel then? I guess even with that you need to be careful utensil wise as you can damage the steel. Any idea on brands to go for? Or is it a case of them being generic when it comes to restaurant suppliers?


I always go by the look/feel/weight of the pan along with the materials involved and a dose of common sense.
Have a look at the Costco ones and if they done suit you, then maybe visit your local wing yip store or a proper restaurant supplies store.
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