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T-Fal Air Grip Non-Stick Frying Pan 30cm=12" $14.99

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[Canadian Tire] T-Fal Air Grip Non-Stick Frying Pan 30cm=12" $14.99

T-Fal Air Grip Non-Stick Frying Pan

30cm=11.8 inch
Reg.$74.99 Sale Price $14.99
Save 80% approx $60

32cm=12.6 inch
Reg.$84.99 Sale Price $16.99
Save 80% approx $68

They say it's Bestseller. Weight wise it is pretty light.

Today is last day of the sale
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Feb 19, 2018
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Non stick is not good for you!!
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May 25, 2009
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grosbmi wrote: Non stick is not good for you!!
Stop repeating myths without proper research!!

As long as you don't heat the pan too high temp or with nothing in the pan, Teflon is completely inert and cannot harm you!!
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grosbmi wrote: Non stick is not good for you!!
Lol

Thank Factbook Mom!
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thx I bought one
the no name brands are abt the same price so this isn't bad for a couple bucks more
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I use these for cooking bacon - usually replace them about every year or so. Reasonable for the price
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grosbmi wrote: Non stick is not good for you!!
What is good for you?
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imnew wrote: What is good for you?
This answer is Kale my friend. It taste like I’d rather be fat, but it’s good for you.
- Why should you cook Kale with coconut oil? So it’s slide easier in the trash.
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Might be note worthy, but take a look at the bottom of the fry pan. TFAL has some that have indentations that look like they are designed to fit on burner rings.
Well they don't, and if your stove is slightly tilted, and not completely flat, the pan will slide off. Drives me nuts, but oh well.
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T-Fal Air Grip frying pan.

It says suitable for all heat source excluding induction.

It has icon on Gas, Coil Solid Electric, Ceramic/Halogen and Food Safe, Dishwasher Safe.

The hexagon grid on the back is slightly raised but basically flat.

1) Durable non-stick
for long lasting performance

2) Patented Thermo-Spot
Heat indicator turns solid red when at ideal temperature.

3) Soft Touch Riveted Handle
Secure and comfortable grip

Even Heat Base

limited lifetime warranty.
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bpboop wrote: I use these for cooking bacon - usually replace them about every year or so. Reasonable for the price
Why only bacon?
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Are these ever not on sale? Atleast whenever I'm there it is always 2 out of the selection of sizes.


Having said that, been using these pans for a long time and like them.
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hystavito wrote: Why only bacon?
That's because he only eat bacon.

He's famous on RFD.
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Just in time to grab a replacement! Usually only lasts 10-12 months.
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hystavito wrote: Why only bacon?
Lol, not ONLY bacon but mostly. I'm only ever feeding myself, so i use smaller pans for most other stuff. I just like the bigger pan for bacon because its spacious :) im also a big bacon and eggs person for breakfast, so i do it a couple times a week
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HeinzKetchup wrote: Might be note worthy, but take a look at the bottom of the fry pan. TFAL has some that have indentations that look like they are designed to fit on burner rings.
Well they don't, and if your stove is slightly tilted, and not completely flat, the pan will slide off. Drives me nuts, but oh well.
Stoves have leveling feet... if you're missing that, I would suggest a little cardboard, rather than cook on an angle.
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I love the feel of a new teflon pan. I gave up waiting for another canadian tire sale and asked for one for my birthday (wild, I know). I think they go about $29-39 regular ($75 my butt).
As others have said; look it up. Under temperatures that a stove can achieve, teflon is safe. If it starts to get scratched (why are you using metal on it?), replace it.

This will get downvotes because RFD seems to have a large number of frying pan aficionados who love those cast-iron skillets... Maybe I don't know what I'm missing out on but I tried one and couldn't be arsed to do the maintenance correctly on mine and never got it to a point where every damned thing I cooked didn't leave half of it stuck to the pan after.
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These pans usually last me 1-2 years with fairly heavy use. They haven't pealed or chip on me and the non-stick coating lasts a long time in my experience. By far the best cheap non stick pans I've used.
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Do these warp causing a dome in the middle so that oil settles around the perimeter instead of the centre where the food is? I have returned cheap pans for that reason before.

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