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2-Piece Anolon Hard-Anodized Copper 8.5" & 10" Skillet Set EXPIRED

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Macy's has Anolon Cookware on sale as listed below when you apply promo code SHOP25 at checkout. Select free store pickup where available, otherwise shipping is free on orders $75+. Thanks daisybeetle

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No pan, even one that cost 5k will withstand metal utensils used on it constantly. So really, your problem is the way you cook, change that or I suggest buying a bunch of the exact same pan (these would work), then after you eff one up because you refuse to learn how to cook properly, throw it out and grab the next in line.
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Why not just use non-metal tools?
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That, or do not buy non-stick pans. It ruins the non-stick coating. Sure it might not be great for a cast iron pan, but at least it won't matter as much.

EDIT: Buying non-metal utensils is WAY cheaper than buying "the best non-stick pan" out there.
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I bought the 8.5" and 10" skillet set last time these were on SD. They've held up well and the nonstick coating is still intact after about 30 uses and washes. Also nice and heavy so they get good contact on the stove.
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Hoping that someone here is an expert. How are these pans compared to the best nonstick pans that money can buy? Also, what are the best nonstick pans that money can buy? I'm willing to spend upwards of $100 on one or two pans if it can withstand metal utensils constantly touching it for a few years.
Why not just use non-metal tools?
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I own these hard anodized copper version and love them we had them about 2 years. Hand wash only and 90% using silicone utensils. The kids (11 &17) cook and use them with whatever they can find to stir,mix,and scrape so they have taken a beating. Non stick layer is still there with minor scratches. I would not recommend using metal utensils on these as they will scratch not easily but there's scratches on them. Still work great. They get used almost everyday. Getting another pair for parents 😁 and sister at this price.
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Can these be put in the oven?
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Hoping that someone here is an expert. How are these pans compared to the best nonstick pans that money can buy? Also, what are the best nonstick pans that money can buy? I'm willing to spend upwards of $100 on one or two pans if it can withstand metal utensils constantly touching it for a few years.
I can't speak to the best that money can buy, but I've been using the "Copper Nouvelle" line of pans for a few years, and they are the best nonstick pans I've ever purchased. They are advertised as metal utensil safe, but obviously will last longer if you avoid them.
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I can't speak to the best that money can buy, but I've been using the "Copper Nouvelle" line of pans for a few years, and they are the best nonstick pans I've ever purchased. They are advertised as metal utensil safe, but obviously will last longer if you avoid them.
Have you had better luck with this than higher end Teflon coated pans?
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Thanks for the suggestion but I'm just looking for a quality product that has the best durability instead of trying to change the ways I cook. Surely somebody here knows what the best product for the money is that is extremely durable but not multiple hundreds of dollars.
No pan, even one that cost 5k will withstand metal utensils used on it constantly. So really, your problem is the way you cook, change that or I suggest buying a bunch of the exact same pan (these would work), then after you eff one up because you refuse to learn how to cook properly, throw it out and grab the next in line.
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No pan, even one that cost 5k will with stand metal utensils used on it constantly. So really, your problem is the way you cook, change that or I suggest buying a bunch of the exact same pan (these would work), then after you eff one up because you refuse to learn how to cook properly, throw it out and grab the next in line.
That, or do not buy non-stick pans. It ruins the non-stick coating. Sure it might not be great for a cast iron pan, but at least it won't matter as much.

EDIT: Buying non-metal utensils is WAY cheaper than buying "the best non-stick pan" out there.
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Have you had better luck with this than higher end Teflon coated pans?
The copper nouvelles were the most expensive set of cookware i've purchased.
Here's a pretty in depth review: https://www.centurylife.org/produ...le-copper/
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Cooking "properly" is subjective and I asked a simple question of which product is the most durable. You don't need to jump into other criteria or aspects of how an individual cooks to answer or ignore this question. Either offer something useful or move on friend. You don't see me coming to your house telling you how to wash your car just because I know better than you.
Listen, you can cook whatever way you desire, use metal on non-stick pans all you want. But here's some advise, find a very good cancer doctor now, you are going to need it in the future if you keep using the wrong materiel on the wrong surface.

Also, my post was not to meant piss you off, but rather to get you thinking that maybe you could change the way you do things, we all can improve on aspects of life and the way we live after all. But hell, if you don't really care about your health or money, then by all means, go wash your car with metal utensils, I mean, why not, you obviously have enough money to just buy another whenever you want. I'll be taking my to a professional by the way.

Oh and, that link bjsc1100 shared, scroll down to the bottom and read the Other Notes section!
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