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Light weight smooth cast iron Field Skillet from FieldCompany

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$30 off at the new FieldCompany.com
Code: L-65c9ba4t* (code is 1 time use, as far as I am aware)

Offer expires on 10/31/2017 at 11:59pm ET. Not applicable towards past purchases. Cannot be combined with other offers.

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Created 10-05-2017 at 05:22 PM by 8point6
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$100 for a cast iron skillet? Needs to be a lot more than $30 off.
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$100 for a cast iron skillet...but it's new and improved?
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I have to say I don't understand the price premiums on these at all. I have a $20 one from BigLots. Isn't cast iron, cast iron? It's not like they have varying coatings or materials. It's just size.
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I have to say I don't understand the price premiums on these at all. I have a $20 one from BigLots. Isn't cast iron, cast iron? It's not like they have varying coatings or materials. It's just size.
I have no idea about this product, but generally newer cast iron pans are a much more rough and unfinished texture than older cast iron. This claims to be smooth in the title which requires the pan to be machined smooth in some way after casting.

If you really look around you can get lucky to find an old Griswold pan, and still probably be under $100 for a well seasoned very smooth made in PA pan
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I have to say I don't understand the price premiums on these at all. I have a $20 one from BigLots. Isn't cast iron, cast iron? It's not like they have varying coatings or materials. It's just size.
they did the extra steps in polishing the pan to create the smooth surface so they charge 5x times more
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If you give the admins a cut, this would be 200+ thumbs up.
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I already have one of those (that I bought at $70 as well, thanks to a friend's coupon), and it's a fantastic skillet. Lighter than your typical cast iron pan, and the machined surface makes it a blast to cook on.
I just used your coupon to buy a second one - thanks a lot :-)
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Why no price in title?

BECAUSE THE PRICE IS RIDICULOUS FOR A FREAKING CAST IRON SKILLET.

BAD DEAL
NO PRICE IN TITLE
TOTAL WASTE OF TIME
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