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Tefal Simpleo 3 Piece Stainless Steel Non-Stick Pan Set £40 at Argos
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Tefal Simpleo 3 Piece Stainless Steel Non-Stick Pan Set £40 at Argos

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Posted 29th Dec 2019

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Tefal Simpleo 3 Piece Stainless Steel Non-Stick Pan Set was £80.

2 saucepans - diameter 16cm, 18cm.
1 milk pan - diameter 14cm.

Manufacturer's 5 year guarantee.
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There you go Mum, now cook! Throws pan at my head...
Tefal Simpleo Range – Stainless Steel. Cooking made simple. Ultra-resistant, metal utensil-safe Titanium non-stick. Durable and easy-clean stainless steel with a 5-year guarantee for peace of mind. Induction compatible, and oven and dishwasher safe*. Stay-cool Bakelite handles for safety. *gentle detergents preferred.

Pan set includes:

2 saucepans - diameter 16cm, 18cm.
1 milk pan - diameter 14cm.
Pan set features:

Interior material: stainless steel.
Exterior material: stainless steel.
Glass lids.
Bakelite handles.
Easy clean.
Oven safe up to 175°C.
Suitable for hob types: gas, electric, halogen, induction, ceramic .
Dishwasher safe.
General information:
Manufacturer’s 5 year guarantee.
EAN: 3168430295100.
Look good
So these are steel and non stick!
Titanium non-stick. Steel is an alloy. Not sure how they do it e.g. sprayed on or galvanised/electrolysis?
Can I just say that the warranty isn’t worth the paper it’s written on, tried claiming on a pan that had a lifetime warranty where the handle fixings had failed, only to find when I tried to make a claim that handles were excluded and in fact only the stainless steel elements of the pan had the lifetime warranty...the lids and handles are excluded.

Good spot OP for a basic set of pans.

B
bomberman29/12/2019 17:27

Can I just say that the warranty isn’t worth the paper it’s written on, tri …Can I just say that the warranty isn’t worth the paper it’s written on, tried claiming on a pan that had a lifetime warranty where the handle fixings had failed, only to find when I tried to make a claim that handles were excluded and in fact only the stainless steel elements of the pan had the lifetime warranty...the lids and handles are excluded.Good spot OP for a basic set of pans.B


Did you challenge them? It doesn’t say that unless if I’ve misread. I’d be contacting Trading Standards.
I did but there was no movement. However I only wrote and complained to the directly.
jr00729/12/2019 18:39

Did you challenge them? It doesn’t say that unless if I’ve misread. I’d be …Did you challenge them? It doesn’t say that unless if I’ve misread. I’d be contacting Trading Standards.



I did but there was no movement. However I only wrote and complained to them directly after speaking to their Customer Services Department and involved no other party as I didn’t have the original receipt which was initially required, however there was a stamp on the base that gave them a date code. They were able to identify the pan from this stamp as one of theirs.
Then they need to change their warranty labels and state does not cover wear and tear to their handles.

Contact Trading Standards for advice.
bomberman29/12/2019 19:02

I did but there was no movement. However I only wrote and complained to …I did but there was no movement. However I only wrote and complained to the directly. I did but there was no movement. However I only wrote and complained to them directly after speaking to their Customer Services Department and involved no other party as I didn’t have the original receipt which was initially required, however there was a stamp on the base that gave them a date code. They were able to identify the pan from this stamp as one of theirs.


I have something similar from Tefal, few problems like handles burn down near the pan, measuring Marks faded totally, when you cook Either pasta or rice then blue spots appear which would not go away.

I moved to procook which has steel handles and doesn't get hot. And no probelm for pasta and rice.
CardboardCutout30/12/2019 07:04

A possible alternative here …A possible alternative here https://www.robertdyas.co.uk/russell-hobbs-optimum-collection-stainless-steel-5-piece-pan-set


Worth for the money, however if you have more budget go with whole piece pots which is easy to clean. Sandwich bottom is very difficult to keep clean on a long run.
Edited by: "bbleo211180" 30th Dec 2019
I prefer stainless steel too, mainly to cook different dishes like Indian and Italian food.
Thanks for the heat votes. Hope it helps someone in the market for cooking equipment.
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