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WearEver Nonstick Ceramic Coating Cookware set, 10-Piece, Red $58 FSSS Amazon.com

spidpooy 822 174 May 13, 2016 at 02:18 PM in Kitchenware & Cookware (5) More Amazon Deals
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Last Edited by spidpooy May 13, 2016 at 09:56 PM
This is a very good price for this Ceramic Cookware. Have not been so low since last December I think. Make sure to select Red color and 10-Piece :

http://www.amazon.com/WearEver-No...B00BT15QK8

Price goes down from $59.44 to $58.77 in less than 3 hours !
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#3
$85-$90 seems to be around the normal price so this isn't a bad deal.
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#4
This is a very good price for a 10 piece Ceramic set.
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#5
Nice deal! Thanks!
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#6
Ive got this set in gold, paid $50 or so for it a couple ofyears back, still looks like new, best pans I ever bought..
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#7
wow, was reading the negative reviews, I don't understand.. I make grilled cheese in these, I like the cheese to be really melted, so put the cheese directly on the pan, then the bread.. the melted cheese slides right off.. could never do that with my old pans..
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#8
$62.96 in NY because of tax. But still a great deal IMO. Thanks OP!
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#9
I've used this set for almost 2 years now. Most of the set still look like new except the 2 pans. We did tons of pan frying the food so it's understandable. Otherwise they have great quality for the price.
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Quote from mobetterdeals View Post :
Ive got this set in gold, paid $50 or so for it a couple ofyears back, still looks like new, best pans I ever bought..
I paid almost the same 2-3 years ago and still they are running great.
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I got these as a wedding gift (which I registered for) and they're just OK, and this is coming from myself (a culinary grad) and my husband (a professional chef.) I like the fact that they're made with much safer materials but I found them difficult to clean at times and not very "non-stick." No good for cooking eggs.
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what is the difference between the one listed and this one.

http://www.amazon.com/Cook-Home-N...okware+set
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#13
good set for my kitchen.
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#14
I see it at 62.44?
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Quote from vampria View Post :
I got these as a wedding gift (which I registered for) and they're just OK, and this is coming from myself (a culinary grad) and my husband (a professional chef.) I like the fact that they're made with much safer materials but I found them difficult to clean at times and not very "non-stick." No good for cooking eggs.
I've had the same experience. The ceramic they used binds to carbon at medium-high heat, which effectively renders them useless. After 18 months, I was back to my cast iron for pretty much everything... the pots have served me well, at least.
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