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7.5-Qt Sedona Jumbo Nonstick Covered Wok Pan EXPIRED

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Macys has Select Cookware for $19.99 - $10 Rebate = $9.99. Choose free store pickup where available, or shipping is free on $25+. Thanks daisybeetle

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Macys.com [macys.com] has Select Cookware for $19.99 - $10 Rebate [macysrebates.com] = $9.99. Choose free store pickup where available, or shipping is free on $25
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These are good for college kids. Basically disposable after each semester.
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Is there a way to check if it's this price in-store? There is a shipping cost and usually a markup online as well.
Calling the store usually works. There are also instagram pages such as Costcodeals, where people post a lot of photos of the products and their prices in warehouse.

I did buy this exact set from the store (in SoCal) a couple fo weeks ago for $25.
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Tfal is junk
You're oversimplifying here. I've been using T-Fal Ultimate Hard Anodized and it's solid material and works really well.
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stop it with these Mail in rebates that no one gets or takes forever or is a real hassle.
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I'm no expert cook, but I've read that you should not use a wok with non stick coating because proper stir frying means heating the wok to very high temperatures to put as fast a sear as possible on your meats, veggies, noodles, etc. Non-stick coatings are not stable at those temperatures, so you can't heat them up as high as you'd like. Result? Either you use a somewhat lower heat and lose the quick caramelization and other goodness of the stir fry, or you heat the heck out of it and risk it offgassing or - best case - simply breaking down.
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Nonstick woks are trash. Buy a carbon steel one and season it. It's easy. They last forever with minimal care and produce way better food.

Nonstick in general is disposable trash. Get stainless, carbon steel, or cast iron. They last forever.
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Future landfill. No thanks.
a lot of people like to talk guff about these pans.... I think they're fine if you know you're going to have to replace them once everywhere two years, but yeah, not great for the environment by any means
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You can get T-fal's higher end stuff, like their advanced titanium, or professional series. Costco is currently selling a decent 3-pack for $25
https://www.costco.com/t-fal-3-pi...71302.html
... this is aluminum, not titanium
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Ordered both to save for the shipping, burned $10 macy gift card I got from slickdeals a while back.
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a lot of people like to talk guff about these pans.... I think they're fine if you know you're going to have to replace them once everywhere two years, but yeah, not great for the environment by any means
They are actually terrible quality and don't cook well. They're thin so they conduct poorly and have hot spots. They don't have enough mass for thermal retention so you can't effectively sear meat. The coatings wear off so whatever nonstick qualities it had are gone quickly and are potentially toxic. They're also horrible for the environment because they end up in a landfill. Think of the millions of units of trash cookware produced and thrown away yearly.

You can spend $30 and get French made carbon steel that develops a natural nonstick coating and will last forever with minimal maintenance. American made cast iron is $20 or less and will also last forever with minimal maintenance.
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They are actually terrible quality and don't cook well. They're thin so they conduct poorly and have hot spots. They don't have enough mass for thermal retention so you can't effectively sear meat. The coatings wear off so whatever nonstick qualities it had are gone quickly and are potentially toxic. They're also horrible for the environment because they end up in a landfill. Think of the millions of units of trash cookware produced and thrown away yearly.

You can spend $30 and get French made carbon steel that develops a natural nonstick coating and will last forever with minimal maintenance. American made cast iron is $20 or less and will also last forever with minimal maintenance.
Got a link to go with that diatribe?
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Is there a way to check if it's this price in-store? There is a shipping cost and usually a markup online as well.
Same price in store in the LA region.
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They are actually terrible quality and don't cook well. They're thin so they conduct poorly and have hot spots. They don't have enough mass for thermal retention so you can't effectively sear meat. The coatings wear off so whatever nonstick qualities it had are gone quickly and are potentially toxic. They're also horrible for the environment because they end up in a landfill. Think of the millions of units of trash cookware produced and thrown away yearly.

You can spend $30 and get French made carbon steel that develops a natural nonstick coating and will last forever with minimal maintenance. American made cast iron is $20 or less and will also last forever with minimal maintenance.
any link to a carbon steel one at $30
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Any recommendations for an alternative brand? Teflon brands tend to wear out in a couple of years regardless of the maker, so a decently priced, relatively good quality would be appreciated.
Any hard anodized will be ok. I have the t-fal hard anodized for more than 10 years and keep working fine. Sponge cleaning and wood utensils will prolon the life.

Like any knife will need sharpening, the cookware need hand washing and avoid scratch.
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Got a set for the RV. Sometimes, a person wants a light, inexpensive, easy to clean set of pans that might get 6 uses per pan per year. Thanks for saving me a little time and money, OP.
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