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Gotham Steel Pots and Pans 10 Piece Cookware Set with Nonstick Ceramic Coating for $99.97

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[Walmart] Gotham Steel Pots and Pans 10 Piece Cookware Set with Nonstick Ceramic Coating for $99.97

Included in the set 8. 5-Inch Gotham Steel frying pan 10. 25-Inch Gotham Steel frying pan lid for 10. 25-Inch pan 1. 5-Quart Gotham Steel pot lid for 1. 5-Quart pot 2. 5-Quart Gotham Steel pot lid for 2. 5-Quart pot 5-quart Gotham Steel pot lid for 5-quart pot aluminum steamer insert
  • Award winning Ti-Cerama coating ensures the ultimate release - everything just slides right off the pan, No need for oil or butter
  • Ultra-durable, scratch-proof & metal utensil safe ceramic coating ensures years of consistent and reliable use
  • Solid aluminum composition ensures even heat distribution all around
  • Lightweight design makes for a comfortable cooking experience
  • Oven safe up to 500° F, The pots and pans are suitable for all stovetops, except induction
  • Dishwasher safe Makes for quick and effortless clean up
  • Stay cool handles are designed to be cool to the touch
  • Toxin free – All Gotham Steel products are PTHE, PFOA and PFOS free
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Feb 14, 2006
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Looks like good value, but F those handles.
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Aug 25, 2005
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I got the bakeware set from Costco... Very impressed so far. Non stick, easy to clean by hand or dishwasher. I want to get this but already have enough pots...

Guess I'm screwed in a couple months
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We've had the set of two frying pans from Costco for maybe a year now. They have gone from non-stick to always-stick. My wife has tried calling their customer service but after a few times of an hour on hold she's given up. Next time we're at Costco we'll try their customer service. If that fails the pans go in garbage. Maybe I'll take them to the field and blast them with the rifle or something. These pans are garbage and stay non-stick long enough to get past warranty. We got them because we needed a set that worked on induction. Oh, they're not scratch proof either. We'll go back to using our cast iron frying pans.
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They work great the first few uses, after that, they are trash. You're much better off buying TFAL pans on sale at Canadian Tire than these if you're on a budget.
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Ive had this pan for a couple years. Be warned it warps really easily so if you have a flatop stove its risky.
Durability wise doesnt seem any different from other non stick pans. Coating will come off eventually.
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Had some.....
Lasted less than a year.

Take your money and burn it....
The bitterness of poor quality remains long after the sweetness of low price is forgotten....
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Apr 28, 2004
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Gotham steel is absolute crap. There’s a reason their warranty is 90 days, and it’s not because they’re good quality.
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Dec 28, 2007
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Just get a good stainless, cast iron or carbon steel. Hot pan cold oil makes it none stick.
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Garbage..there was a class action in the States for the bad durability
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Aug 10, 2006
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For all stovetop.... Except induction. Can you still make that statement if it isn't all?

I happen to need induction
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Mar 23, 2010
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The skillets cost like 20 bucks individually, sometimes on sale to 15, so dont expect much. Nice commercials though.
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Oct 21, 2019
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As someone who is a chef and has had his ex-boss do a video testimonial for these pans... please do yourself a favour and DO NOT buy these. It took like 20 takes for them to get the pan to not stick with what he was cooking, just embarrassing. He even said they were crap but the money must have been decent to have done it.
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shadowsteve wrote: We've had the set of two frying pans from Costco for maybe a year now. They have gone from non-stick to always-stick. My wife has tried calling their customer service but after a few times of an hour on hold she's given up. Next time we're at Costco we'll try their customer service. If that fails the pans go in garbage. Maybe I'll take them to the field and blast them with the rifle or something. These pans are garbage and stay non-stick long enough to get past warranty. We got them because we needed a set that worked on induction. Oh, they're not scratch proof either. We'll go back to using our cast iron frying pans.
Just return them at Costco for a refund.
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Bad bad bad. Everything stick after 1 month of moderate use. Oil or not. Simple egg sticks
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