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Breville Thermal Pro Stainless BEF500 / BEF560

Breville Thermal Pro Stainless BEF500 / BEF560 · includes 2 listings

3.5 from 29 reviews

Latest review: Very dissappointed in my new Breville Stainless Steel Thermal Pro electric Frypan. Followed instructions and cooking advice but everything sticks. We have even had food stick on simmer. Wish I


Sunbeam Classic Skillet SK4200P

Sunbeam Classic Skillet SK4200P

3.5 from 22 reviews

Latest review: I picked this up because I was looking for something light and small that wouldn't heat my small flat in summer. I was surprised at just how awesome this little skillet turned out to be. As a single


Sunbeam Professional Wok WW7500

Sunbeam Professional Wok WW7500 · includes 2 listings

3.8 from 15 reviews

Latest review: A really great sized large pan! Heats up very fast and does Stir Fry really well. My only concern is that I can already see marks in the Wok Pan only after a few uses. I don't know what they are


Sunbeam MultiCooker Deep Fryer DF4400 / DF4500

Sunbeam MultiCooker Deep Fryer DF4400 / DF4500 · includes 2 listings

2.7 from 40 reviews

Latest review: I use mine a lot and absolutely love it. I don't use it for deep frying. I use it for soups and stews, spaghetti sauces. It is sturdy and the coating on this unit is magnificent. I cannot live


Sunbeam Ellise Stainless Steel Banquet FP8950

Sunbeam Ellise Stainless Steel Banquet FP8950

3.0 from 17 reviews

Latest review: I hoped getting a stainless steel electric frypan would be an expensive way to stop food sticking. Well everything sticks from pancakes to meat patties, I find the thermostat is odd as have to keep


Sunbeam Classic Banquet FP5910

Sunbeam Classic Banquet FP5910

2.2 from 39 reviews

Latest review: These are great frying pans. However, if used 2-3 times per week it will barely last 3 months before the non-stick surface begins to break down. This is a health concern, ruins food and causes hot


Sunbeam Duraceramic FP6000

Sunbeam Duraceramic FP6000

2.2 from 28 reviews

Latest review: I didnt look at any reviews prior to buying our frypan and after reading some of the negative one's I was starting to regret my decision before I'd even used it. Have to say, not sure what all the


Kambrook Banquet KEF16

Kambrook Banquet KEF16

2.2 from 15 reviews

Latest review: I have always used a electrical frypan. First kambrook one and will be the last . I have had nothing but trouble with the thermostat cooking too high or turns off. Causing food to burn. Well a few


Westinghouse WHEF01G

Westinghouse WHEF01G

1.5 from 13 reviews

Latest review: Purchased the frypan under 12 months ago. Tonight it just stopped working. The power light on the cord is lit but pan is not heating. Have also found that the heating dial on the cord is extremely

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Sunbeam DimpleTech FP6910

Sunbeam DimpleTech FP6910

5.0 from 1 review

Latest review: Nothing seems to stick to this frypan. Cooks evenly, browns/sears well and so easy to clean. Very well built. Temperature seem to be spot on. Good size for families. Roast to steak to spaghetti


Target TARWK10

Target TARWK10

5.0 from 3 reviews

Latest review: Works brilliantly for a low budget appliance.. No complaint on the recipes I have cooked with this electric wok. Have had high end brands but can't defrinciate the difference in cooking. Very


Target Electric Wok TARWK10

Target Electric Wok TARWK10

5.0 from 1 review

Latest review: Looking for a larger skillet I found this big elect,glass lid WOK.I boil rice,pasta,& stews.& vegies.I make sauces after that.Ive fried steaks,chops,& sausages,eggs..A all rounder cooker & warm


Kambrook Essentials KEW5

Kambrook Essentials KEW5

4.1 from 9 reviews

Latest review: I bought this wok 5 months ago and really loved it. However tonight I boiled some dumplings in it and when it had cooled the bottom was discoloured and it looked like the Teflon had come off the


Breville Hot Wok & Steam BEW820

Breville Hot Wok & Steam BEW820

4.0 from 8 reviews

Latest review: After years of faithful service my 6L Breville wok finally showed its age by becoming not as non-stick as it was as a young wok. The 6L was discontinued and superseded. I had to buy the bigger 8L


Sunbeam Ellise Stainless Skillet SK6400 / SK6410 / SK6450

Sunbeam Ellise Stainless Skillet SK6400 / SK6410 / SK6450 · includes 3 listings

3.6 from 9 reviews

Latest review: Bought this skillet after growing tired of replacing non stick coated skillets, due to the non stick coating failing/pealing as early as 6 months of use. The Sunbeam is easy to clean, and after


Ronson Non-Stick Wok

Ronson Non-Stick Wok · includes 2 listings

3.5 from 2 reviews

Latest review: I have had this ronson electric wok for 3 years now not only it get plenty of use on a regular bases it gives me a chance because of its size to be able to bulk cook for those nights when you are


Sunbeam DuraCeramic SK6000

Sunbeam DuraCeramic SK6000

3.2 from 9 reviews

Latest review: I usually buy the Sunbeam classic skillet but I bought the duraceramic version on the understanding that it made things such as potatoes etc. very crisp. Unfortunately, after only a few weeks of use


Breville Quick Wok BEW300

Breville Quick Wok BEW300

3.0 from 2 reviews

Latest review: A great wog for stirfry, deepfrying, and the best curries ever. Very happy with it, been going for 3 years, used at least once a week, after our first one started loosing it non-stick surface and is


Kambrook KEF120 / KEF125

Kambrook KEF120 / KEF125 · includes 2 listings

2.8 from 5 reviews

Latest review: Pros - Large volume, heats up quickly and easy to clean with detachable power cord. Cons - Non stick coating around the area where the element touches the surface came off after about 2 months.


Kambrook Essentials KEF90

Kambrook Essentials KEF90

2.8 from 6 reviews

Latest review: I bought this some time ago, and have found that it cooks everything really well. My item does not have the same uneven cooking issues that some others have mentioned. What it does have, though, is


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