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The Rock Copper Fry Pan Combo, 9.4" (24 cm) and a 11" (28 cm) fry pan, $30

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[Canadian Tire] The Rock Copper Fry Pan Combo, 9.4" (24 cm) and a 11" (28 cm) fry pan, $30

The Rock Copper Fry Pan Combo, 9.4" (24 cm) and a 11" (28 cm) fry pan, $30


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Is there even any copper in these pans? I'm pretty sure they're just regular cheap Teflon pans.
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Not even surprised if copper stands for copper coloured
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I bought this a few months ago. So far so good. By the way, you get "This product carries a 3 year exchange warranty redeemable at any Canadian Tire store."
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Note: Aluminum base, not induction-safe as per specifications.
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If you have Costco membership, they have a T Fal 3 pk fry pan for $30, these are pretty good pan and the Costco version last longer than the same brand pan I bought from Canadian tire
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Save your money and get Ninja premium nonstick, thank me later.
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Spiritualx wrote: Save your money and get Ninja premium nonstick, thank me later.
I have both.

The ninja somehow dented when I used it probably less than a handful of times where as my Rock was my go-to for months, held it's shape.

I even swapped for a new one 2 and 8 months after where I kept the receipt to see if they would actually give me a new one and they did.
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Assuming they weigh 2lbs each the material cost of the copper to produce this would be $20. They're either copper plates or copper "coloured".

But why would you want copper pans anyway? They don't really transfer heat noticeably faster and they bend way too easily. Also copper stains and is hard to clean because food gets stuck to it. I used to have a copper egg boiler and it was horrible and always black.
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I have used both. Ninja premium Is the better pans. Period.

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