Scoville Sale : Scoville Neverstick 28cm Forged Open Wok now £12 + lifetime guarantee @ Asda c+c - More in OP
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Scoville Sale : Scoville Neverstick 28cm Forged Open Wok now £12 + lifetime guarantee @ Asda c+c - More in OP

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Refreshed 2nd Jul (Posted 1st Jul)
Scoville range on sale with Free C+C from Store
5 times stronger than other non stick pans ,flake & peel free, lifetime guarantee ( don't forget to register your item on the Scoville site )

The Pro range is ultimately the best of all of the range.

Entire range of all Scoville items on the Get Deal link - individual links below - more sale pots & pans HERE

Scoville Neverstick Frying Pan 30cm £12 / Scoville Pro 28cm Frying Pan £12 - credit @edwardlau88

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Scoville Pro 4 Piece + Free Frying Pan Cookware Set was £70 now £40 - credit @ShazzyN

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Scoville Pro 24cm Frying Pan was £20 now £10

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Scoville Neverstick 26cm Saute Pan now £14

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Scoville Neverstick 3 Piece Saucepan Set was £45 now £30

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Bought a few of these last time and have to say Best pans ever used. Chucked all my old ones away. Literally just rinse out 9/10 times and it’s visibly clean.
Spotted this just in time to use the TCB £3 off £5 too
TehJumpingJawa36 m ago

Spotted this just in time to use the TCB £3 off £5 too


How?
Thanks op, ordered
Cheers op, ordered and heated!
Thanks op - ordered the 28cm oven safe frying pan. I hope its non-stick lasts longer than Tefal's - they used to be top notch but these days, not so. Heat added.
pyrexpete10 h, 44 m ago

Thanks op - ordered the 28cm oven safe frying pan. I hope its non-stick …Thanks op - ordered the 28cm oven safe frying pan. I hope its non-stick lasts longer than Tefal's - they used to be top notch but these days, not so. Heat added.


@pyrexpete I bought my 5 piece set last year after spotting them online and posting here. Best thing I ever did,just so easy to clean nothing sticks and are so sturdy with comfortably shaped handles. * Dont forget to register your item @ Scoville for your lifetime guarantee activation

Credit to @edwardlau88 thx for update 💓
Edited by: "Mysticaltopaz24" 2nd Jul
OOS
Lifetime warranty excluding: Handle, Base, Fixings & Surface coating
Edited by: "EdenWiz" 2nd Jul
Has anyone bought the Scoville Pro pans? There's one on offer atm, anyone have experience of these and are they really "Pro" vs the original?
pman1213 m ago

Has anyone bought the Scoville Pro pans? There's one on offer atm, anyone …Has anyone bought the Scoville Pro pans? There's one on offer atm, anyone have experience of these and are they really "Pro" vs the original?


Yep, either are fine though personally I wouldn't pay extra for Pro.

I prefer the feel of the plastic handles, but can appreciate the usefulness of the Pro's metal handles (for oven/grill).
I also prefer the speckled appearance of the non-pro, but that's entirely subjective.
Edited by: "TehJumpingJawa" 2nd Jul
TehJumpingJawa16 m ago

Yep, either are fine though personally I wouldn't pay extra for Pro. I …Yep, either are fine though personally I wouldn't pay extra for Pro. I prefer the feel of the plastic handles, but can appreciate the usefulness of the Pro's metal handles (for oven/grill).I also prefer the speckled appearance of the non-pro, but that's entirely subjective.




On another deal thread for these pans, someone complained that the Pro metal handles got too hot whilst cooking and had to send them back.
TehJumpingJawa17 m ago

Yep, either are fine though personally I wouldn't pay extra for Pro. I …Yep, either are fine though personally I wouldn't pay extra for Pro. I prefer the feel of the plastic handles, but can appreciate the usefulness of the Pro's metal handles (for oven/grill).I also prefer the speckled appearance of the non-pro, but that's entirely subjective.



Will go with a non-pro as prefer a plastic handle. Thanks
I really must put my reading glasses on - I read that as Scoville SAFE and wondered whether they thought chilis would melt normal frying pans......
Edited by: "toomanychoices" 2nd Jul
OOS!!!
Good Afternoon @Mysticaltopaz24 - origianl item in thread title is now oos, but others still in stok, so have changed the thread link to all of the range & added in some more examples, hope you don't mind, heat added
Good of you to give credit!!
When it said the ‘Scoville Sale’ for a second I thought we were measuring the heat of chillis
Has anyone ever tried to claim warranty on these. Mine is about a 18 months old and is now seeing the coating getting peeled off.
These have been on promo in store for a few weeks, I think the price will go back up on Thursday (pretty sure that's new promo day)
They're £8 in Tesco extra Cardiff
34211999-3alXY.jpgThey were £12 but seemed to have dropped a little. Great thing too
Bought the 30cm oven safe pro version at the Morley store in Leeds. Should come in really handy.

Loads of stock out too.
Bought 2 as a gift! They are well worth it! Fantastic!
imax846 h, 14 m ago

They're £8 in Tesco extra Cardiff



And at Tesco Wellingborough
Ordered thanks op been meaning too get one for girlfriend for ages.
I'm so romantic.
r49638 m ago

Ordered thanks op been meaning too get one for girlfriend for ages.I'm so …Ordered thanks op been meaning too get one for girlfriend for ages.I'm so romantic.


@r4963 romantic if you used them and cooked for her
EdenWiz11 h, 19 m ago

Lifetime warranty excluding: Handle, Base, Fixings & Surface coating …Lifetime warranty excluding: Handle, Base, Fixings & Surface coating


Wtf is the warranty covering then lol
The last one I bought lasted a week , then eggs started sticking, ended up having to scrape it with a scoucer... RIP

Idea cold. Sorry.
Got these on the last deal and they are the best pans I've ever had. I got the £6 TCB new customer offer too! (If that still applies)
firstofficer19 m ago

The last one I bought lasted a week , then eggs started sticking, ended up …The last one I bought lasted a week , then eggs started sticking, ended up having to scrape it with a scoucer... RIPIdea cold. Sorry.


What on earth did you do with it?!

I was a little apprehensive at 1st, after reading the instruction's recommendation not to use high heat, but mine have been flawless for the past 6 months.

The only special treatment they get is hand wash (sponge side of a pan scrubber), and no dishwasher.
Though very little sticks anyway, so they rarely need more than a rinse.
Best frying pans I've ever had.
Edited by: "TehJumpingJawa" 2nd Jul
TehJumpingJawa6 h, 16 m ago

What on earth did you do with it?!I was a little apprehensive at 1st, …What on earth did you do with it?!I was a little apprehensive at 1st, after reading the instruction's recommendation not to use high heat, but mine have been flawless for the past 6 months.The only special treatment they get is hand wash (sponge side of a pan scrubber), and no dishwasher.Though very little sticks anyway, so they rarely need more than a rinse.Best frying pans I've ever had.


I have been putting mine through the dishwasher since i got it and can still fry eggs with no oil and no stick. I don't know what the other guy is doing with his.
Edited by: "ChristopherJZ" 3rd Jul
I got the 30cm frying pan a while ago and it's amazing - just ordered the pro pan set - Bargain!
Bought an entire set a week ago...absolutley love them they've been onsale a while hence stock low
For anyone wondering, while they state these are PFOA free, they are still PTFE (Teflon) pans.

Will stick with ceramic personally, PTFE and PFOA free.
These are well good ....not
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They're not idiot-proof, that is true.

My guess would be you let it get waaaaay too hot. Max cooking temperature for neverstick's nonstick coating is a little over 200C, gas can easily exceed that, especially in a wok.

Of all Neverstick's products I think the wok is the one that's a little questionable as 200 is rather low for stir frying.

Also cooking an omelette in a wok?!?
Edited by: "TehJumpingJawa" 13th Jul
TehJumpingJawa3 h, 32 m ago

They're not idiot-proof, that is true.My guess would be you let it get …They're not idiot-proof, that is true.My guess would be you let it get waaaaay too hot. Max cooking temperature for neverstick's nonstick coating is a little over 200C, gas can easily exceed that, especially in a wok.Of all Neverstick's products I think the wok is the one that's a little questionable as 200 is rather low for stir frying.Also cooking an omelette in a wok?!?


It’s a frying pan I was trying to fry eggs kept getting stuck !!
wishihadadonkey2nd Jul

Good Afternoon @Mysticaltopaz24 - origianl item in thread title is now …Good Afternoon @Mysticaltopaz24 - origianl item in thread title is now oos, but others still in stok, so have changed the thread link to all of the range & added in some more examples, hope you don't mind, heat added


@wishihadadonkey No I dont mind at all thanks for the effort
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