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Tefal Easycare 3 Piece Aluminium Frying Pan Set - Black OR Red , Now £21 +2 Year Guarantee @ Argos (Free Click & Collect)
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Tefal Easycare 3 Piece Aluminium Frying Pan Set - Black OR Red , Now £21 +2 Year Guarantee @ Argos (Free Click & Collect)

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Posted 6th Feb

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Wow price offer : Tefal Easycare 3 Piece Aluminium Frying Pan Set - Black, £21 , free C&C Tefal black 3-piece set with robust Bakelite handles is a great choice. Their fantastic non-stick properties mean that they not only clean up well but food easily slips off the pan and onto your plate. The smallest pan is the perfect size for a sunny-side up (or over-easy) egg – yum!

Features:

  • Frying pan diameter 26cm, 20cm and 12cm.
  • Interior material: aluminium.
  • Exterior material: aluminium.
  • Bakelite handle.
  • Easy clean with non-stick coating.
  • Oven safe up to 175°C.
  • Suitable for the following hob types: gas, electric, ceramic, solid hotplate.
  • Dishwasher safe.
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monitor107/02/2020 09:37

£16.80p in Feb 2019.Cold.


highest price was £24.99 But you can't live a year in the past otherwise you would never buy anything and they still represent good value regardless
Edited by: "Mysticaltopaz24" 7th Feb
Non stick coating will be Teflon, suggest you watch the film Dark Waters (2019) to understand the scandal an on going cover up around the dangerous chemicals that leach into our food whilst we don’t even suspect it. I know this isn’t PFOA anymore it’s probably PTFE, but the issue still stands. Have you noticed how no manufacturers now tell you what the non stick coating is? As the saying goes, ‘it’s not what they say, it’s what they don’t say’....
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Thanks op. Just Bought with 3.95 home delivery today before 6pm. (cheaper than the bus to go to argos and back)
Edited by: "fzurro" 7th Feb
shame they r not induction
£16.80p in Feb 2019.Cold.
Small sizes.
monitor107/02/2020 09:37

£16.80p in Feb 2019.Cold.


highest price was £24.99 But you can't live a year in the past otherwise you would never buy anything and they still represent good value regardless
Edited by: "Mysticaltopaz24" 7th Feb
Thanks OP! Just popped to my local and got a set.
Don't overlook Ikea if you just want a couple of cheapies....ikea.com/gb/…21/
More of a cast iron/stainless steel guy myself. Non-stick slowly flaking off onto my food is a nope.
bingowings8509/02/2020 20:06

More of a cast iron/stainless steel guy myself. Non-stick slowly flaking …More of a cast iron/stainless steel guy myself. Non-stick slowly flaking off onto my food is a nope.


Dark Waters
Non stick coating will be Teflon, suggest you watch the film Dark Waters (2019) to understand the scandal an on going cover up around the dangerous chemicals that leach into our food whilst we don’t even suspect it. I know this isn’t PFOA anymore it’s probably PTFE, but the issue still stands. Have you noticed how no manufacturers now tell you what the non stick coating is? As the saying goes, ‘it’s not what they say, it’s what they don’t say’....
Watch the Devil We Know. It's a documentary about Du Pont and Teflon. Stainless steel all the way for me.
Where can I get a good wok that won't rust?
Pricey but worth it, the non stick coating is silicon carbide not Teflon
sleepingscorpion10/02/2020 08:38

Good read here re non toxic cookware, (very accessible) : …Good read here re non toxic cookware, (very accessible) : https://miriamsearthencookware.com/about-miriams-earthen-cookware/healthy-non-toxic-cookware/


I take anything with an online shop selling ‘the alternative’ with a pinch of salt (and a little pepper)!
Everybody should’ve made the switch to stainless steel (carbon steel or cast iron if you want to mess with seasoning) by now. Yes, they’re somewhat expensive but they’ll outlast Teflon garbage 100-fold, improve your cooking and you won’t get cancer.
Edited by: "Dr-Rjinswand" 10th Feb
TM123310/02/2020 11:30

I take anything with an online shop selling ‘the alternative’ with a pinch …I take anything with an online shop selling ‘the alternative’ with a pinch of salt (and a little pepper)!


Yeah I ignored the shop itself but the info was pretty good about different cookwares, might try the baking soda test and see what gives
I bought these last year, the non-stick is still perfect. Just don't use metal utensils on it and clean it with a non-abrasive sponge.
Thanks for sharing it I bought it on that price but need to buy again for someone so definitely I will check it.
bingowings8509/02/2020 20:06

More of a cast iron/stainless steel guy myself. Non-stick slowly flaking …More of a cast iron/stainless steel guy myself. Non-stick slowly flaking off onto my food is a nope.



Maybe I'm wrong but it's phisically impossible until you damage structure of coating using sharp metal objects?
Laventador14/02/2020 23:09

Maybe I'm wrong but it's phisically impossible until you damage structure …Maybe I'm wrong but it's phisically impossible until you damage structure of coating using sharp metal objects?


Mine has stated flaking a little. Still makes a cracking bacon butty!!
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