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Ozark Trail 3 Piece Seasoned Oil Cast Iron Skillet Set - $10 w. Store Pickup - WM

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Walmart [walmart.com] is selling the Ozark Trail 3 Piece Seasoned Oil Cast Iron Skillet Set for $10 if you pick up in-store.

Previously went FP in June at a price of $15.

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This set is made of durable cast iron that will last for generations. It's excellent for searing or frying and you can use on the stovetop or in the oven. All cookware pieces are pre-seasoned with natural plant oil. Set includes: 8" skillet, 10.5" skillet and 12" skillet.
Ozark Trail 3 Piece Seasoned Oil Cast Iron Skillet Set:
Durable, last for generations
Excellent for searing or frying
Can use on stovetop or in the oven
Perfect for induction cooktops
All cookware pieces are pre-seasoned with natural plant oil
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If you're buying cast iron because you want cookware that will last for ages, do not buy this. There's a reason it's so cheap.
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showing $19.88 ?
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In 4 one at $10. Thanks.
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If you're buying cast iron because you want cookware that will last for ages, do not buy this. There's a reason it's so cheap.
It's cheap because it's made in China and WM is turning over their inventory.

Season it well and care for it just like any other cast iron pan, and it will last a lifetime.
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showing $19.88 ?
Choose in-store pickup.
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Choose in-store pickup.
Still shows 19.88 for me with in store pickup
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Choose in-store pickup.
i did, tried it with zip 91105 and 92407. still shows at 19.88 price. maybe it's regional YMMV?
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YMMV. Brickseek isn't showing results for this item ATM and best local discount I could find was -$7.88 with pickup.
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If you're buying cast iron because you want cookware that will last for ages, do not buy this. There's a reason it's so cheap.
On the other hand if you are buying to throw in the scout camping box buy away Stick Out Tongue
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It's cheap because it's made in China and WM is turning over their inventory.

Season it well and care for it just like any other cast iron pan, and it will last a lifetime.
Agreed. Bought this in the summer and it still works like it's brand new. It's all in how you care for it.
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Agreed. Bought this in the summer and it still works like it's brand new. It's all in how you care for it.
And taking care of cast iron is basically just a matter of making sure it's always seasoned. Shit stuck to it? Just burn it off and throw oil on it Smilie

I have a couple Ozark Trails cast iron pieces for camping and have no complaints.
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i did not like the factory seasoning on this.. so we pretty much scrubbed them and seasoned them in the oven and they are pretty good... dont really know how they compare to lodges but for us, they are working great
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I've seen them on sale, but have always wondered if the iron from OT is the same as the cast iron material from Lodge, which is made here in the good 'ol USA. After hearing too many stories of lead in toys, paint, products, etc from China, I went with Lodge pans on sale during Christmas...
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