“ Brand: Meyer / Product Type: Cookware Range „
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Meyer are not a company that can be trusted. They call their range "professional" and claim a 10 year warranty. Any attempt to claim will be met by a straight refusal. I returned a chef's pan and skillet to them which were around 5 years old and had become "all stick" instead of non stick. I was told that they had been overheated & should only be used on a low to medium heat. These were from their so called professional range. Professional con-men seems to be a more accurate description of the company.
These are the best pans I have ever come across... Forget your Tefal red spots, £40 Jamie Oliver endorsed frying pans and other gimmicks; these are the best pans I have ever used.
My mum purchased these pans (3 sausapans, with lids and a small frying pan) some 8 years ago from Debenhams in the New Year sale for £125 - half price! I was shocked at the cost, even at half price that's expensive.
I've used the pans a fair few times when visiting my parents and they've always provided the same experience. Nothing sticks unless you're severely burning something, they always clean up beautifully...inside and out. The groves are the secret behind the non stick and you can even use a metal utensil if you're not too heavy handed. They're a similar weight to Tefal pans and others alike.
I've now owned a small set consisting of a wok, medium sized pan and frying pan. They're always a pleasure to use, cooking food perfectly without the issue of sticking followed swiftly by burning. Unlike Tefal, the coating never seems to change, even after 8 years.
If you enjoy cooking, build your self up a set of these superb pans. T K Maxx sells them at a cut down price - I bought my wok for £20, a steal for something that will last a very long time!
I've had these for about 6 years, I bought a four piece set, sent three of them back to be replaced and now two more are on the way out. The customer service has been excellent and they've always replaced them without question. My problem is that no non stick is perfect so on occasion you need to use a plastic or wooden utensil to remove stubborn bits of food, problem is, if you cover your saucepan surface in grooves, how can you get the bits of food out? Answer is with difficulty, which means they accumulate there and eventually cause damage. Nope, I'm now looking for a new set that doesn't have grooves in them, pity.
Bloody impressive. I've had a set of these for over ten years now, and they are still going strong, and that includes the non stick surface. In that time I have killed off two Le Creuset saucepans that were less than half as old. They are light, really stylish to look at in grey and silver but their best attribute is their amazing non stick surface. It looks pretty naff to be honest, I wasn't convinced when I first examined them, but they have been brilliant. Even scrambled egg washes off incredibly easily.
Durable non-stick cookware / Circulon is constructed from heavy gauge 'Hard Anodized' aluminium into which circular grooves are cut / The interior surface is then coated with an advanced premium non-stick coating / The system ensures that only the high areas