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Tefal Ingenio Set of Frying Pans and Saucepans - Aluminium, 20 pieces (Black) - (NOT compatible for induction) - £117.24 delivered @ Amazon
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Tefal Ingenio Set of Frying Pans and Saucepans - Aluminium, 20 pieces (Black) - (NOT compatible for induction) - £117.24 delivered @ Amazon

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Tefal Ingenio Set of Frying Pans and Saucepans - Aluminium, 20 pieces (Black) - (NOT compatible for induction) - £117.24 delivered @ Amazon
Posted 13th Sep 2020

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4 stoves (20-24-26-28 cm)
1saute, 3 pans (16-18-20 cm)
1 airtight lid
1 drainer Cover
1 multidiameter cover
2 removable handles
2 Ladles
3 Spatulas
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Not for induction = Cold
Price - fab, however, the handles melt on these. Wouldn’t recommend seeing as you have to BUY extra replacements, their 10 year guarantee seems to have such tedious T&C that they find their way out of each any every issue
stig7713/09/2020 21:45

Price - fab, however, the handles melt on these. Wouldn’t recommend seeing …Price - fab, however, the handles melt on these. Wouldn’t recommend seeing as you have to BUY extra replacements, their 10 year guarantee seems to have such tedious T&C that they find their way out of each any every issue


How do the handles melt on these? You're only using the handle when you remove the pan from the pot or oven, you don't keep the handle attached all the time.
I paid £65 for the 13 piece. This is 20 piece but IMO the extra 7 pieces are useless. I personally believe I've got a way better deal on the 13 piece set.
I also do not understand why people vote cold as this is not for induction hobs. Well, it is clearly specified in the title it does not work on induction hobs, so why will you vote on a deal that does not suit you, or why you are even looking at it. I don't vote cold on petrol cars just because mine is hybrid. I will not vote on this, but I don't feel this is a great price.
Just look at that cheap black chemical goodness ready to leech into your food at a high heat...nice
JudgeSweeny13/09/2020 22:53

Just look at that cheap black chemical goodness ready to leech into your …Just look at that cheap black chemical goodness ready to leech into your food at a high heat...nice


Yep, off course. Coming from one of the leading names in this field and with a long history behind, that's exactly what to expect from Tefal, isn't it? They sell the Ingenio sets since about 10 years ago, never seen a review highlighting the issue you've mentioned.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 13th Sep
JudgeSweeny13/09/2020 22:53

Just look at that cheap black chemical goodness ready to leech into your …Just look at that cheap black chemical goodness ready to leech into your food at a high heat...nice


That's fine though as most stuff we eat these days will probably be giving us Cancer anyway
col1114/09/2020 06:05

That's fine though as most stuff we eat these days will probably be giving …That's fine though as most stuff we eat these days will probably be giving us Cancer anyway



Is that as opposed to Libra or Gemini?
I bought this set at start of lockdown when it was slightly cheaper and it is no better than ok. If you leave the handles on the pots while on cooker they do melt something I did not think of before buying them. Now having used them for a few months I would say the handles melting out weighs the benefit of easy storing and would recommend buying something else (with fixed handles)
ianhn314/09/2020 09:21

I bought this set at start of lockdown when it was slightly cheaper and it …I bought this set at start of lockdown when it was slightly cheaper and it is no better than ok. If you leave the handles on the pots while on cooker they do melt something I did not think of before buying them. Now having used them for a few months I would say the handles melting out weighs the benefit of easy storing and would recommend buying something else (with fixed handles)


But why do you need to leave the handles on the pot while cooking? Is it a personal choice? I can't see the benefit. I've got this, have not used it yet, good to know the handles melt, but I never thought I will leave the handle on the pot while cooking.
sheffield78814/09/2020 10:04

But why do you need to leave the handles on the pot while cooking? Is it a …But why do you need to leave the handles on the pot while cooking? Is it a personal choice? I can't see the benefit. I've got this, have not used it yet, good to know the handles melt, but I never thought I will leave the handle on the pot while cooking.


If you're using just one pot or maybe one pot needs moving and another doesn't. I must admit I'd assumed the handle could be left on with no issues when required.
Edited by: "SuffolkLad222" 14th Sep
sheffield78814/09/2020 10:04

But why do you need to leave the handles on the pot while cooking? Is it a …But why do you need to leave the handles on the pot while cooking? Is it a personal choice? I can't see the benefit. I've got this, have not used it yet, good to know the handles melt, but I never thought I will leave the handle on the pot while cooking.


I rarely remove the handles whilst cooking on the hob, no issues with melting there. If the melting issue relates to in-oven cooking then like you, I would never have thought to leave the handle on in the first place.
SuffolkLad22214/09/2020 10:25

If you're using just one pot or maybe one pot needs moving and another …If you're using just one pot or maybe one pot needs moving and another doesn't. I must admin I'd assumed the handle could be left on with no issues when required.


Thanks. I am glad I came across these comments here. While I had no intention to keep the handle on when cooking, you never know. Better safe than sorry. I have not used mine yet, but even if I use more than one pot and they need moving, I will do it one at a time, or at least this is what I do with my normal pots. This is why I never had issues with sets coming with 1 handle only. Obviously, better to have more than one, but I feel one is sufficient. Well, I will only know once I will start using them.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 14th Sep
sheffield78814/09/2020 10:04

But why do you need to leave the handles on the pot while cooking? Is it a …But why do you need to leave the handles on the pot while cooking? Is it a personal choice? I can't see the benefit. I've got this, have not used it yet, good to know the handles melt, but I never thought I will leave the handle on the pot while cooking.


When frying I toss the food in the pan more than I stir, so I’d be annoyed having to take the handle on and off every time. I’ve been looking out for a deal on these but with certain parts for camping, but now I’m not so sure if the handles are that questionable... does anyone have any experience with how often they’re damaged by stacking on top of each other? (as that’s how most of my conventional pans lose their coating, much more often than scraping with metal tools).
Andurael14/09/2020 18:47

When frying I toss the food in the pan more than I stir, so I’d be annoyed …When frying I toss the food in the pan more than I stir, so I’d be annoyed having to take the handle on and off every time. I’ve been looking out for a deal on these but with certain parts for camping, but now I’m not so sure if the handles are that questionable... does anyone have any experience with how often they’re damaged by stacking on top of each other? (as that’s how most of my conventional pans lose their coating, much more often than scraping with metal tools).


I have not used mine, but they came with these 'inserts' this is how I keep them now and I have no intentions to dispose the inserts.
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