Wilko Super Deluxe Wok 30cm - £8
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Wilko Super Deluxe Wok 30cm - £8

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Found 19th Dec 2017
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Any one used this? Need wok badly preferable non stick type which will last long 😭
Seems like a good price
Whatsedeals19th Dec 2017

Any one used this? Need wok badly preferable non stick type which will …Any one used this? Need wok badly preferable non stick type which will last long 😭


Avoid it! total garbage, 6 months and it was going rusty! the coating is worthless and scratches with wooden utensils. It is neither super or deluxe
Whatsedeals19th Dec 2017

Any one used this? Need wok badly preferable non stick type which will …Any one used this? Need wok badly preferable non stick type which will last long 😭


It is non stick, I've not used it myself but was thinking to get one, but it seems it's not so good.
Whatsedeals19th Dec 2017

Any one used this? Need wok badly preferable non stick type which will …Any one used this? Need wok badly preferable non stick type which will last long 😭



Whatsedeals19th Dec 2017

Any one used this? Need wok badly preferable non stick type which will …Any one used this? Need wok badly preferable non stick type which will last long 😭

thomasleep43 m ago

Avoid it! total garbage, 6 months and it was going rusty! the coating is …Avoid it! total garbage, 6 months and it was going rusty! the coating is worthless and scratches with wooden utensils. It is neither super or deluxe


Thanks for letting us know
Super? Deluxe? Where are trading standards and the ASA when you need them?

Seriously though, IMHO no non-stick wok will be any good - that is, no better than any frying pan.
For wok/stir-fry cooking you need lots of heat and no non-stick coating is stable at high temperatures.
My toughts from personal experience are buy a the cheapest carbon steel one you can find - they really don't take a lot of looking after.
dvdvicar3 m ago

Super? Deluxe? Where are trading standards and the ASA when you … Super? Deluxe? Where are trading standards and the ASA when you need them? Seriously though, IMHO no non-stick wok will be any good - that is, no better than any frying pan.For wok/stir-fry cooking you need lots of heat and no non-stick coating is stable at high temperatures.My toughts from personal experience are buy a the cheapest carbon steel one you can find - they really don't take a lot of looking after.


Thank you
thomasleep1 h, 23 m ago

Avoid it! total garbage, 6 months and it was going rusty! the coating is …Avoid it! total garbage, 6 months and it was going rusty! the coating is worthless and scratches with wooden utensils. It is neither super or deluxe


Thanks alot for your comment.. wok does your head in.. how expensive u spend on your money in.. it doesn' seem to last long for me..
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I have found their service and prices to be excellent.
I have a Hancock Wok (I know, I know) and it is a wonderful bit of kit.
In TK Maxx earlier - they had a carbon steel Ken Hom wok for not a lot.
Great deal op.
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