wok a  deal  - Typhoon - Black 11 inches wok was £20, now £6 delivered @ Debenhams
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wok a deal - Typhoon - Black 11 inches wok was £20, now £6 delivered @ Debenhams

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Found 24th JanEdited by:"batista"
sorry for the intended humour in the listing, have had a few drinks

use SH4Z for free delivery, thanks to emmafifema, going to cost you a couple of quid and parking to go to debenhams, £6 seems a fair price

same price at amazon, sold by amazon, but temporarily out of stock
however same wok sold on amazon by debenhams is £10


flat based wok is made from carbon steel with a specialised non stick coating perfect for wok cooking.

Dimensions (HWD): 10 x 45 x 28cm
Suitable for gas hob, electric hob, ceramic hob
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Oh dear non stick woks Forget this and buy a uncoated carbon steel one and learn how to season it. It'll last you years and you can actually stir fry at a high enough temperature for Maillard reaction to give you Work Hei
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Your deal link goes to an empty shopping bag. Here's the link
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idontflycathay2 m ago

Your deal link goes to an empty shopping bag. Here's the link Your deal link goes to an empty shopping bag. Here's the link http://www.debenhams.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/prod_10701_10001_331001113560_-1


thanks , amended
Thanks OP. Ordered a couple.
Seems lower price than when I bought mine before Xmas,returned it as coating comes off,other review onsite says the same.
I invested in Scoville lifetime guarantee pans now ,dearer but last.
I was that pleased with Scoville I recommend to all,I even found some in asda and posted them on hotukdeals
Bought this already for this price, will be trialling it tomorrow I'll let you know how the nonstick coating goes...
go_rators3 m ago

Bought this already for this price, will be trialling it tomorrow I'll let …Bought this already for this price, will be trialling it tomorrow I'll let you know how the nonstick coating goes...


i ordered one too, will test it too
Edited by: "batista" 24th Jan
Oh dear non stick woks Forget this and buy a uncoated carbon steel one and learn how to season it. It'll last you years and you can actually stir fry at a high enough temperature for Maillard reaction to give you Work Hei
I'd avoid non stick woks personally
Mysticaltopaz241 h, 33 m ago

Seems lower price than when I bought mine before Xmas,returned it as …Seems lower price than when I bought mine before Xmas,returned it as coating comes off,other review onsite says the same. I invested in Scoville lifetime guarantee pans now ,dearer but last.I was that pleased with Scoville I recommend to all,I even found some in asda and posted them on hotukdeals


I saw an online review say Scoville refuse to replace pans when the coating comes off and just claim that the pan was used in high heat. Kinda sucks if that's true...
"We are so proud of Neverstick that this Scoville set comes with a lifetime guarantee!!"

They can't do that, Asda will end in court since it is their product.

What if you live to over 100 or decide to pass said frying pan on to a relative complete with receipt?
They may even pass it on to their children.
Edited by: "Gort1951" 24th Jan
This is a long story. Any Scoville problems, call Asda head office. You are in your rights, they cannot over-ride that.

Years ago I bought a tv from Asda.
At the time they had these yellow and green flyers that gave you 3 choices and the warranty was for 3yrs on all electricals. Choice was yours.
1. Repair
2. Replace
3. Refund

The tv packed in around 2yrs and 8months later and the local store refused my refund that I asked for. They had stopped doing the 3yr warranty but the warranty was valid from date of purchase by law.

To make matters worst my Brother overheard the electrical goods manager say that I was just after the money to another shop droid.
The picture had strunk and had become so blurry that it made 480p look HD in comparison.

I left the tv in the store, went straight home and called Asda head office on their free call number.
They said they'd call me back in 5mins. Not falling for that one, I took her name and details.

3mins later they called back and said that I could go to the store and get a refund when next I was in Asda.
(The customer is always right)

I went back to the store, the misserable lady behind the counter said to me, "We don't like doing this."

Scanned card, refunded. I wish I had called Asda head office again and reported her and the manager.
That was long. I had a similar experience with Aldi.

Bought a pc mouse that failed after 6 months, warranty was again for 3yrs.
Refused because I didn't have the box.

A quick call to Aldi head office had that sorted.
They told me to go to their website and pick a free item.

After 2days a parcel arrived from Holland containing a new pc mouse and the Dab radio that I picked.
Here's the funny thing, the next day the same parcel arrived again with the same contents.

One of the Dab radios was faulty so they sent me another one.
I think Chinese cooking is a wokover
Should never buy nonstick coated wok. Wok cooking is about maximum heat quick cooking. Coated material do not stand heat. Best buy mid gage steel and work on seasoning it by oiling, high heating, cooling and repeat. Never ever wash it with detergent. Only wash with hot water and spong and next time heat it so any residual burns off
Mysticaltopaz249 h, 28 m ago

Seems lower price than when I bought mine before Xmas,returned it as …Seems lower price than when I bought mine before Xmas,returned it as coating comes off,other review onsite says the same. I invested in Scoville lifetime guarantee pans now ,dearer but last.I was that pleased with Scoville I recommend to all,I even found some in asda and posted them on hotukdeals


Thanx for the heads up
heat added, need lots of heat for a good stir fry
Wait until I tell the wife I’ve ordered her something smooth, black and 11 inches long!!
peympeym24th Jan

Should never buy nonstick coated wok. Wok cooking is about maximum heat …Should never buy nonstick coated wok. Wok cooking is about maximum heat quick cooking. Coated material do not stand heat. Best buy mid gage steel and work on seasoning it by oiling, high heating, cooling and repeat. Never ever wash it with detergent. Only wash with hot water and spong and next time heat it so any residual burns off


Great advice, thank you. Any woks online you'd recommend?
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