Tefal Essential 5 Piece Non-Stick Cookware Set - £15 Instore @ Asda
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Tefal Essential 5 Piece Non-Stick Cookware Set - £15 Instore @ Asda

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Found 19th Sep
Spotted in Asda Whitchurch Bristol, today. Usually around £50 everywhere. Asda online still selling for £60. 3 on the shelf. Unsure if nationwide..

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fozia_kauser3 h, 42 m ago

Is it nationwide do u know??

No nationwide don’t sell items like this. They’re a bank , Maybe check your local Asda though
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Is it nationwide do u know??

Just been to local £60 on shelf and scanned at £60

Dam need a new sauce pan set.....

Still £60 in canterbury too

Same here in Belfast shore road bt15

fozia_kauser3 h, 42 m ago

Is it nationwide do u know??

No nationwide don’t sell items like this. They’re a bank , Maybe check your local Asda though

Full price in Newton Abbot store.

Full price in Asda Cumbernauld

full price in Corby

I wouldn't recommend anybody cooks all their food in non stick pans. What's the point boiling stuff in non stick pans? These finishes are potentially toxic (look it up). I can understand why people would fry with non stick pans (I do it myself) as it saves a lot of hassle but I don't see the benefits when cooking with things that don't stick if you cook on a sensible temperature. 1-2 stainless steel pans (ideally with copper bottoms) and a frying pan are all most people need.

Full price, £60.00 in Asda, 1300, Duke Street, Parkhead, Glasgow G31 4EB.
Edited by: "Darnugame" 20th Sep

None in bfd 😜

Got this set. Just replaced the frying pan from Wilkinsons for £12.50 so this is a steal.

Will have to have a look in Asda. Worth grabbing a spare set at this price

DealAnarchy2 h, 49 m ago

I wouldn't recommend anybody cooks all their food in non stick pans. …I wouldn't recommend anybody cooks all their food in non stick pans. What's the point boiling stuff in non stick pans? These finishes are potentially toxic (look it up). I can understand why people would fry with non stick pans (I do it myself) as it saves a lot of hassle but I don't see the benefits when cooking with things that don't stick if you cook on a sensible temperature. 1-2 stainless steel pans (ideally with copper bottoms) and a frying pan are all most people need.




I've read some small bits about toxic and non stick.
What puzzles me or is worrying if it is so toxic. How are they able to still be on sale if they are a risk to the consumer. Non stick has been around for years, so you would think production would have been halted or banned!?

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This is obviously over. The set is £60

Jawz1 h, 53 m ago

I've read some small bits about toxic and non stick.What puzzles me or is …I've read some small bits about toxic and non stick.What puzzles me or is worrying if it is so toxic. How are they able to still be on sale if they are a risk to the consumer. Non stick has been around for years, so you would think production would have been halted or banned!?

There's another guy who nearly always crops up on frying pan deals saying you get cancer from cooking in them. Proper tin hat.

There's a label for them in Southampton for £30 but none there

fozia_kauser19th Sep

Is it nationwide do u know??


Aintree branch, had to get them off the top shelf no price on them and when scanned £60,00. Staff member and part timer not got a clue so i made my excuses and left.

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