Three non-sick maxlon coated frying pans for less than the price of one £11.98 prime or £16.73 non prime Sold by COOKSMARK. and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Three non-sick maxlon coated frying pans for less than the price of one £11.98 prime or £16.73 non prime Sold by COOKSMARK. and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Edited by:"simonsdeals"Found 6th Aug 2017
We already have the 30cm and 26cm Maxlon coated frying pan from this company and they are great. My wife wanted a smaller one for omelettes so I went on Amazon to find a 20cm one. The 20cm one alone is £18.99, but right next to it was this set which includes 20cm, 24cm and 28cm -- for £11.98! The frying pans are absolutely superb; read the reviews, but I can also attest from my own use.
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Heated fantastic price, needed some new non stick pans so perfect timing!
Exceptional price. Have these same brand in our restaurant.
Thanks op just ordered
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Ordered - Thanks Op.
I heard the eggs stick on and burn the sides of the pans is this true
Ordered, thanks op. Out of interest, anyone else wondered how they attach those stickers telling you that it's non-stick?
Any cancer issues with these?
None of them have cancer.
Not sure I need them but SUPER deal so bought them. HEAT. Thanks
I don't need these at all, but so bought them. Never enough pans in the cupboards. Lo
These are their “economic” line. The reviews link to Amazon USA and it is not clear if they are for the same product. Has anyone ordered these in the uk? What was your experience with them?
Heat added. Need them!
Chiptivo1 h, 19 m ago

Any cancer issues with these?


Quite a lot aluminum and God knows what it's made of
Are these suitable for induction hobs?
They are £20.98 on Amazon UK, Cold from me sorry.
Edited by: "adrian1966f" 6th Aug 2017
adrian1966f2 m ago

They are £20.98 on Amazon UK, Cold from me sorry.


The price just went back up.
Chiptivo2 h, 17 m ago

Any cancer issues with these?


Its non stick so the coating will contain perfluorooctanoic acid, which is carcinogenic.

You're fine as long as you don't cook in really high heats or the pan flakes off all the time.
Where can I buy stick pans?
Vistrix41 m ago

Its non stick so the coating will contain perfluorooctanoic acid, which is …Its non stick so the coating will contain perfluorooctanoic acid, which is carcinogenic. You're fine as long as you don't cook in really high heats or the pan flakes off all the time.


I'll give these a miss then, thanks.
I needed some new 'non-sick' pans
ryanshelton2 h, 20 m ago

Are these suitable for induction hobs?

​From their description :"...  Safe for all cooking methods except induction hobs..."
ryanshelton5 h, 9 m ago

Are these suitable for induction hobs?

What Is induction hobs
Chiptivo6th Aug

I'll give these a miss then, thanks.


Sorry, but every time I see these comments about non-stick and cancer, it drives me crazy!

Look it up; yes, the chemicals used are carcenogenic but, once they are polymerised there are none of these left (eg, styrene and polystyrene as another example). It has been shown that you can heat the non-stick coating up to 400C and there are none of the component chemicals released.

This stuff is safe as houses (I'm a chemist).
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Did anyone else get two sets when they only purchased 1?
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