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Ozark Cast Iron: 12"x12" Square Griddle $10 or 4-Quart Dutch Oven EXPIRED

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Walmart has select Ozark Cast Iron Cookware on sale listed below. Select free store pickup where stock permits, otherwise shipping is free on orders $35+. Thanks brisar

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the Lodge pan is frequently on sale for not much more. for such a small difference..... (big % difference yes, but small numerical dollar difference for something that you will own for the rest of your life)....

i would rather buy the Lodge product and support American jobs. is there anything wrong with this brand? prob not, who knows. is one thicker than the other? i don't know. any pre-seasoning differences are a moot point as you will want to re-season either brand before using it for the first time in my experience

another issue is warranty. should you ever experience an issue with a Lodge product. you email them a photo of the defect, a photo of the imprint on the bottom of the pan, and in 7-12 business days you will have a brand new pan at your door. this brand? who knows. can you return to walmart store and exchange for new one?

i know it's hard to pass up on a cheap cast iron deal, but.....

Lodge Tennessee Factory video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oj2qCi-ruoY . as the video states, the factory has employed generations of employees. to me, that's easily worth the little extra for a durable good product so i can support that
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Are these decent quality? I'm guessing not but might be something to cook on the firepit with?
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Are these decent quality? I'm guessing not but might be something to cook on the firepit with?
Wondering the same thing. I would think at this price it's worth the gamble but want to see if anyone has any experience with them
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Wondering the same thing. I would think at this price it's worth the gamble but want to see if anyone has any experience with them
Yeah, not too sure. Cast iron at that price dont sound great. I may go take a look later and report back.
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The little dutch oven is fine. Surfaces are relatively smooth. Lid fits well enough. The pot is about what you would expect from a $13 Chinese cast iron dutch oven. Reseasoning before use is probably smart.

it is not same quality as higher priced cast iron cookware, but you should not expect quality of Staub, Skeppshult, or Le Creuset for $12.99. If you go in with right expectations, it is a decent purchase.
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the Lodge pan is frequently on sale for not much more. for such a small difference..... (big % difference yes, but small numerical dollar difference for something that you will own for the rest of your life)....

i would rather buy the Lodge product and support American jobs. is there anything wrong with this brand? prob not, who knows. is one thicker than the other? i don't know. any pre-seasoning differences are a moot point as you will want to re-season either brand before using it for the first time in my experience

another issue is warranty. should you ever experience an issue with a Lodge product. you email them a photo of the defect, a photo of the imprint on the bottom of the pan, and in 7-12 business days you will have a brand new pan at your door. this brand? who knows. can you return to walmart store and exchange for new one?

i know it's hard to pass up on a cheap cast iron deal, but.....

Lodge Tennessee Factory video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oj2qCi-ruoY . as the video states, the factory has employed generations of employees. to me, that's easily worth the little extra for a durable good product so i can support that
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Wondering the same thing. I would think at this price it's worth the gamble but want to see if anyone has any experience with them
Yes, worth the purchase. Bought one for my brother, and quality was better than I expected.
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the Lodge pan is frequently on sale for not much more. for such a small difference..... (big % difference yes, but small numerical dollar difference for something that you will own for the rest of your life)....

i would rather buy the Lodge product and support American jobs. is there anything wrong with this brand? prob not, who knows. is one thicker than the other? i don't know. any pre-seasoning differences are a moot point as you will want to re-season either brand before using it for the first time in my experience

another issue is warranty. should you ever experience an issue with a Lodge product. you email them a photo of the defect, a photo of the imprint on the bottom of the pan, and in 7-12 business days you will have a brand new pan at your door. this brand? who knows. can you return to walmart store and exchange for new one?

i know it's hard to pass up on a cheap cast iron deal, but.....

Lodge Tennessee Factory video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oj2qCi-ruoY . as the video states, the factory has employed generations of employees. to me, that's easily worth the little extra for a durable good product so i can support that

good to know, looks like the lodge is on sale, square or round, a bit smaller and a bit more (like you said, large % more, small $ more)

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Lodge-...e/20433670

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Lodge-...an/5969630
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I have owned one of these and also own the lodge cast iron pan. Ozark pan is much thinner and does not hold heat as good as the lodge. Seems like it's made of cheaper material. And when you're not careful putting a cold pan straight onto high heat, the ozark immediate warps so bad where it's uncookable on a flat surface. The lodge was able to tolerate it, even though I've learned not to do that anymore.
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I have never been happy with an Ozark product. Never again.
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Yeah, not too sure. Cast iron at that price dont sound great. I may go take a look later and report back.
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Wondering the same thing. I would think at this price it's worth the gamble but want to see if anyone has any experience with them
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Are these decent quality? I'm guessing not but might be something to cook on the firepit with?
Cast iron costs like $1 in materials.....
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I bought the set of 3 Ozark Trail cast iron pans last year when it was on sale. I use them everyday and they work well. I have not ever owned a Lodge to compare, so maybe I am missing out, but the Ozark Trail pans seem great to me.
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Oh yay, Chinese cast iron! What garbage metal could it possibly contain?
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In for one of the dutch ovens to use camping. I plan to go over it with some sandpaper to de-crapify it a bit and re-season it myself. $13.90 after tax for a 4qt dutch oven seems like a pretty good deal. Been camping twice in the past few weeks, and wish I had one. Don't think I'd use this in the home, but even if it rusts you can just sand it back to bare iron. Seems hard to go wrong for $13.90 for camping where it will likely be mistreated and I don't want to spend $40 for a Lodge one that might get beat up. Though I will say, I have the lodge 10.5" circular griddle... holy moley. I call it my magic griddle because I can fry eggs on that thing and they don't stick AT ALL. Blows my mind after cooking mostly with stainless steel. I love that thing.
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