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[Walmart] Starfrit The Rock 8" Fry Pan $10

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Jun 23, 2005
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I've got a couple of these and they are very good quality. Nice deal at $10.
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Dec 26, 2010
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Too bad not sold in store. Saw similar to these at Sears yesterday before the store closed at 80% off but neglected to pick one up as there is no absolute need for me to get one. Would have been a great deal for others though. Thanks for the link...
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Mar 15, 2013
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Fredericton
I am just wondering if anyone owns this can they post a pic of the bottom? I am just wondering if it will scratch up my glass top oven? I already have enough done on my main burner.
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If you're looking for the best non-stick coating, look no further
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Jan 6, 2005
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I love these pans, bought a 2 pack in store at Walmart last summer for $20... it was in those cardboard bins in the middle of the floors with other pans, like the flat griddle etc. I am sure they were 8" too. Returned them as we didn't need them. Now I am thinking maybe they were the 6" ones.

Tempted to get this, handy to have in the camping kit.
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Oct 31, 2013
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It looks like a good alternative for a fry pan but paying the order fee of $5 it is just out of sense.
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Nov 19, 2016
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thanks ordered one and a bunch of filler items to get the free shipping... I will return what I don't need later
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Nov 10, 2011
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Toronto
this or copper pans?
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Aug 23, 2015
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Edmonton, AB
I have a larger version of this pan, and it works great, but just a word of warning, it says it won't scratch glass/ceramic stovetops, but it has scratched mine.
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Dec 1, 2017
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Surrey, BC
In for one with the Popflix popcorn maker and fillers for free shipping. Thanks op
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Oct 14, 2007
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Regina
Do you smellalalalala what...The Rock.....is....cookin'
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Oct 28, 2012
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Ajax, ON
NetBOG wrote: I have a larger version of this pan, and it works great, but just a word of warning, it says it won't scratch glass/ceramic stovetops, but it has scratched mine.
Love these pans. I have a frying pan and the pancake / omelet one with the very small lip. I love them. I will not cook with anything else. I'm not a pro, but can cook some decent dishes. Been over a year with the frying pan and still non-stick and looks like new (used at least 3-4 times per week).

Trust me, you CAN smell what The Rock is cooking... smells​ like sweet victory in the kitchen.

And neither have scratched my glass stove top. Just a cleaning tip, Bar Keepers Friend is THE only stove top cleaner.
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May 25, 2009
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How is the nonstick coating? Anybody's wear out? How does it compare to ceramic?
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May 23, 2007
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Omydeal wrote: Exactly what I was going to ask. I really like the Heritage rock but satrfrit stuff is usually uber el-cheapo
I believe the coating is the same, but my Starfrit pan has a handle that is partially plastic/rubber. I think the Heritage model line can go in the oven while this one can't (Or only to a lower temp). Not an issue for me, as I don't normally use my frying pan in the oven, but might be a problem for some...

I love mine, and recommend it to anyone looking for a reasonably priced non-stick frying pan.
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fightbriz wrote: How is the nonstick coating? Anybody's wear out? How does it compare to ceramic?
I've had this "Golden Anniversary" pan for about 2 years and the non-stick has started to wear off. I did use it quite frequently. My impression is that the cheaper non-Heritage line is not as durable as the Heritage line from CT.

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