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[The Bay] Pairs (2) of ALL CLAD and Zwilling NON STICK Frying Pans 50% Off!!

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[The Bay] Pairs (2) of ALL CLAD and Zwilling NON STICK Frying Pans 50% Off!!

The Bay's BAY DAYS Deal.

Zwilling Set: https://www.thebay.com/zwilling-two-pac ... 24088+1553
Oven Safe to 300*F -- $69! ;) Not $69.99, $69 ;)

Zwelling Set 2: Same as Above, but comes with Knives!! (Odd Combo!): https://www.thebay.com/zwilling-3-piece ... 24088+1553 $149

ALL CLAD: Two-Piece Hard Anodized Fry Pan Set: https://www.thebay.com/all-clad-two-pie ... 24088+1553 $69

and Another ALL CLAD 2-Piece Frying Pan Set (Not sure what difference is from above): https://www.thebay.com/all-clad-2-piece ... 24088+1553 also $69!

The Bay Seems to like the number 69 !

Unfortunately no good stainless steel on sale

No other promo codes currently available.

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Decent price but kind of silly to buy non sticks from high end brands, treat non stick pans as disposable after 1-3 years as not matter how expensive the coating will get scratched and worn. I'm a big proponent of the stainless all-clad but for non stick i just buy cheap lagostinas from Costco.
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Havox07 wrote:
Oct 13th, 2019 5:14 pm
Decent price but kind of silly to buy non sticks from high end brands, treat non stick pans as disposable after 1-3 years as not matter how expensive the coating will get scratched and worn. I'm a big proponent of the stainless all-clad but for non stick i just buy cheap lagostinas from Costco.
Funny you say this as i’m starting to realize the same... although i have not tried those marquina’s yet...
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too bad neither of these fry pans are induction compatible or else I'd be in. honestly, $69 for a pair isn't too bad a deal. I'm still rockin a set of heritage rock from costco & after 2 yrs, they still do the job. fwiw, my rock pans are only $10 less.
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Why do people still buy non-stick pans? All you have to do is to wait for stainless steel pan to heat to a point where a water drop beads and floats like mercury does. That's it! God only know whats kind of shit you are scrapping into your food with those coatings.
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scotsum wrote:
Oct 13th, 2019 5:40 pm
too bad neither of these fry pans are induction compatible or else I'd be in. honestly, $69 for a pair isn't too bad a deal. I'm still rockin a set of heritage rock from costco & after 2 yrs, they still do the job. fwiw, my rock pans are only $10 less.
according to amazon.ca it IS induction compatible.
https://www.amazon.ca/Zwilling-J-Hencke ... B00WJPV0T4
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scotsum wrote:
Oct 13th, 2019 6:08 pm
says its made from forged aluminum & sadly, alu isn't induction ready. only iron & SS in all its variations are induction compatible Confused Face
Anyone with these pans can chime in? According to amazon.ca description: "High-grade 18/10 stainless steel base - suitable for all types of cookers and specially optimized for use on induction hobs"
Hopefully the same pans?
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forgotmyaccount wrote:
Oct 13th, 2019 6:10 pm
Anyone with these pans can chime in? According to amazon.ca description: "High-grade 18/10 stainless steel base - suitable for all types of cookers and specially optimized for use on induction hobs"
Hopefully the same pans?
did some online homework & I think only the Marquina Plus has a SS base. I'm unsure if this OP set is the "plus" version or not. the description on the bay page doesn't mention anything on it.
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forgotmyaccount wrote:
Oct 13th, 2019 6:10 pm

Anyone with these pans can chime in? According to amazon.ca description: "High-grade 18/10 stainless steel base - suitable for all types of cookers and specially optimized for use on induction hobs"
Hopefully the same pans?
The ones the Bay sent me last time they were on sale are NOT induction ready. Amazon is wrong or are selling the plus model
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I think this is regular price at the Henkel outlet.
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I have the all clad pans and they seem pretty good.
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Thanks I cook eggs daily
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Havox07 wrote:
Oct 13th, 2019 5:14 pm
Decent price but kind of silly to buy non sticks from high end brands, treat non stick pans as disposable after 1-3 years as not matter how expensive the coating will get scratched and worn. I'm a big proponent of the stainless all-clad but for non stick i just buy cheap lagostinas from Costco.
I agree
I buy the 3 pack for$30 from Costco every few years. Work like a charm.

Only time worth spending more is if you need something that can go in the oven.. and generally you don't use non-stick pans to cooking things that you finish off in the oven.
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I've had those all clads for a while and they've held up well. way better than cheap pans I've bought from Canadian Tire at "80% off". I would recommend them if you're looking for a non-stick pan. I have no experience with the Zwilling pans... so no idea how they compare.

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