Tower - 28cm ceramic colour changing pan £9.99 with code
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Tower - 28cm ceramic colour changing pan £9.99 with code

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Edited by:"kvk4477"Found 12th Sep 2017
Its priced as 10.99 but if you like their facebook page they apply a £1 off code. free delivery btw. 3 years guarantee too
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I have this but throwing it out... It started off well then started changing to a light yellow brown colour and then everything sticks to the pack when cooking
Edited by: "AndyLok" 12th Sep 2017
I don't have facebook account and this pan does not have a lid. But voted hot otherwise.
Ceramic is much better than cancer causing Teflon coated utensils from Tefal
I bought a ceramic coated pan recently - it lasted about two weeks, now it is no longer non-stick and almost useless, so a bit cold from me (I don't have Facebook either).
I only use ceramic utensils at home brought from TKmaxx and Poundsaver. No problem . Some of them are Hairy Biker UK Brand
sam_of_london42 m ago

I don't have facebook account and this pan does not have a lid. But voted …I don't have facebook account and this pan does not have a lid. But voted hot otherwise. Ceramic is much better than cancer causing Teflon coated utensils from Tefal



Teflon no longer causes cancer, that is why modern non stick pans are so awful, they had to change the formula.

BTW, "Ceramic" on frying pans is just a fancy non stick coating - that isnt any better; in fact it is WORSE than some other non stick formulas; especially if you try to use it on an induction hob (after a very short while it starts to fall off)
Anyone recommend Decent large frying pan for cooking omelettes/scrambled egg in without it sticking? Tia.
sam_of_london44 m ago

I don't have facebook account and this pan does not have a lid. But voted …I don't have facebook account and this pan does not have a lid. But voted hot otherwise. Ceramic is much better than cancer causing Teflon coated utensils from Tefal

Teflon products do not cause cancer. If they did would they still be allowed to sell them with no warnings. PFOA which is used in making teflon coating may cause cancer but is largely burnt off during the manufacturing process. There may be some left over but is virtually unmeasurable and doesn't get into the food cooked with teflon. Check the studies before you make such comments.
sam_of_london49 m ago

I don't have facebook account and this pan does not have a lid. But voted …I don't have facebook account and this pan does not have a lid. But voted hot otherwise. Ceramic is much better than cancer causing Teflon coated utensils from Tefal


Why are you voting it hot? It doesn't support Band20 !!
michaeljb11 m ago

Anyone recommend Decent large frying pan for cooking omelettes/scrambled …Anyone recommend Decent large frying pan for cooking omelettes/scrambled egg in without it sticking? Tia.


Nob of butter in a cold pan, add your beaten eggs then start to heat. Or do them in a slow cooker if your making loads.
tinca14 m ago

Nob of butter in a cold pan, add your beaten eggs then start to heat. Or …Nob of butter in a cold pan, add your beaten eggs then start to heat. Or do them in a slow cooker if your making loads.

Cheers but need to use 1 cal spray, so need a decent pan that won't stick, my non stick tefal just not cutting it.
michaeljb1 h, 10 m ago

Anyone recommend Decent large frying pan for cooking omelettes/scrambled …Anyone recommend Decent large frying pan for cooking omelettes/scrambled egg in without it sticking? Tia.


I would second that. Non stick pans seem to be anything but that, whether Teflon or ceramic they are fine for a couple of weeks and then they become quite adhesive. I've tried buying more expensive and cheaper pans, but they all seem much the same. Is there a brand or type that is any good, or do I just buy a new pan every month?

I cook on gas (blokes' cooking) and follow the instructions for cleaning the pans carefully (I've stopped putting them in the washing up machine).
Edited by: "othen" 12th Sep 2017
Gentle_Giant1 h, 9 m ago

Teflon no longer causes cancer, that is why modern non stick pans are so …Teflon no longer causes cancer, that is why modern non stick pans are so awful, they had to change the formula.BTW, "Ceramic" on frying pans is just a fancy non stick coating - that isnt any better; in fact it is WORSE than some other non stick formulas; especially if you try to use it on an induction hob (after a very short while it starts to fall off)

This is nonsense. I have been using ceramic utensils for many years now on induction hob. I buy from tkmaxx. Not even single broke down or any other defects.
othen1 h, 49 m ago

I bought a ceramic coated pan recently - it lasted about two weeks, now it …I bought a ceramic coated pan recently - it lasted about two weeks, now it is no longer non-stick and almost useless, so a bit cold from me (I don't have Facebook either).

Where did you buy it ? What brand ?
othen8 m ago

I would second that. Non stick pans seem to be anything but that, whether …I would second that. Non stick pans seem to be anything but that, whether Teflon or ceramic they are fine for a couple of weeks and then they become quite adhesive. I've tried buying more expensive and cheaper pans, but they all seem much the same. Is there a brand or type that is any good, or do I just buy a new pan every month?I cook on gas (blokes' cooking) and follow the instructions for cleaning the pans carefully (I've stopped putting them in the washing up machine).

I am using same pans since last two years . Not even single defect , just like new .
sam_of_london8 m ago

Where did you buy it ? What brand ?


The latest one is manufactured by Russell Hobbs, I forget exactly where I bought it (but it would have been a regular store like Wilko or B&M in town) - I bought it because it says it is for a gas hob on the base. Previously I've tried quite a few other makes and they all seem much the same - the non stick properties don't seem to last long (although otherwise the pans remain fine).

I would really appreciate it if someone would recommend a brand or type that lasted more that a few weeks before losing its non-stick properties.
Edited by: "othen" 12th Sep 2017
othen13 m ago

The latest one is manufactured by Russell Hobbs, I forget exactly where I …The latest one is manufactured by Russell Hobbs, I forget exactly where I bought it (but it would have been a regular store like Wilko or B&M in town) - I bought it because it says it is for a gas hob on the base. Previously I've tried quite a few other makes and they all seem much the same - the non stick properties don't seem to last long (although otherwise the pans remain fine).I would really appreciate it if someone would recommend a brand or type that lasted more that a few weeks before losing its non-stick properties.

The Russell Hobbs sold by B&M are very poor quality, as they are using the brand name on their own Chinese goods . I bought Russell Hobbs branded knives from B& M someone told here that they rust very fast. So I returned. Buy from TKMAXX and I think you will get better quality. TKmaxx has hundreds of Ceramic utensils .
Every pan i've ever bought has been a colour changing one. Always seem to change to black. Coincidence?
I've got one on these. I've had it a few months and it's not non stick any more, although it was reasonably good to start with.
I have bought Tefal, Lidl own brand, and a Ken Wok, wok, all ceramic, all started losing the ceramic coating within a few months; the Wok started burning off the first time it was used.

Lidl/Aldi non stick pro is one of the few non sticks that still work (more or less), as is the coating used on some of the Ikea woks.

My theory is that the coatings cannot take the heat from the higher power Induction hobs, as I see plenty of people saying they dont have an issue when using lower power induction hobs.
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