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Please note that the Endurance collection is suitable for all cooktops including induction.
The Advanced and Nouvelle collections are suitable for all cooktops except induction.
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Bought this pan to use in my cafe.
The first day I used it the middle of the pan warped and created like a deep spot in the middle.
When I returned it to the store, the analon rep looked at it and said it was not covered under warranty because it was not supposed to be used for commercial purposes.
So whether I used once at home or commercially, it still buckled.
Don't waste your money on this brand.
Purchased in May 2021.
Poor quality at a premium price
The surface of this rarely used large baking pan has blistered and peeled. An expensive purchase from a specialty cookware shop. Not worth the money and a real disappointment. The internal basket worked well.
Purchased in December 2016 for $140.00.
Not worth the extra money
I hoped my expensive Anolon pan would live up to the marketing claims - incredibly durable, metal utensil safe, non-stick designed to last - but after 2 years, everything stuck to it, and it was time for it to go out with the rubbish. I think you'd be better off buying a non-stick $30 pan from woolies each year. Don't believe the hype!
Purchased in January 2019 at Peter's of Kensington for $150.00.
So glad I bought these frypans
I was really surprised to read the other reviews on this site. I bought one Analon fry pan a year ago on sale, loved it so much I went back and bought another bigger one. The non stick works much better than my old scanpans, which lost their nonstick coating very quickly, i was really impressed. I have just bought a sauteuse pan on sale.
Purchased in July 2019 at Minimax for $200.00.
Bought two Endurance range pans and two pots about 2.5 years ago. The main pan has lost its non stick surface after frequent use and is pretty much ready for the bin. Absolute total waste of money for something so expensive and I'm really annoyed about it. After reading the other reviews here I don't think I am keen to try collect on their "lifetime warranty". Actually I just don't want to use their products again anyway. I'm using another one of their pans that I bought now but fully expect it to lose its non stick quality sooner or later. I b...ought a solid looking Aldi one as a replacement at around $25 and it pretty much looks just as good as this Anolon! Compared to around $200 for one of their pans I think I'll just stick with these cheap options in future and rotate them as needed. Also, my Tefal pan at about $40 from Target that I bought way back around 2005 is still non stick and working fine! Serious waste of money buying these Anolon pans and I will never again buy it again.
Purchased in March 2018 at David Jones for $200.00.
Fantastic saucepan, terrible terrible custard care and support
I have tried 3 times to get vat invoices for 2 saucepans. Nobody bothers to acknowledge my requests, let alone deal with them. They are extremely unhelpful and the chat line is not responding at all. I will never buy from them again.
Purchased in September 2020.
Bought a non-stick Anolon Endurance frypan recently. Non-stick is non existant after a few uses. I complained and they offered me a 25% discount but no warranty claim. Don't waste your money. Over $200 wasted, and that was the sale price.
Purchased in October 2019 for $200.00.
Poor quality for an expensive price
I spent just under $300 for two analon frypans and within 6 months the non stick was non existent. All foods are sticking regardless of using Oil or natural fats & constant soaking is required just to wash up after cooking a few steaks. I am extremely disappointed & will never buy this brand again.
Purchased in December 2019.
- Cookware Professional+ (Plus)
20cm French Skillet
Love this little baby. AKA frypan.
Its the perfect size for cooking pancakes.
Its non stick so it's easy to clean and appears to be very well made.
Heats up evenly and browns your pancakes nicely.
I would recommend Anolon cookware.
Comes with a lifetime warranty!
Purchased in May 2020 at Victoria's Basement Physical stores for $36.00.
- Cookware Advanced
Use a metal garbage bin lid instead it will be non-stick for longer
Our set of frying pans lasted about 1.5 years before going downhill fast.At 3 years totally unuseable.
Not worth the money. Buy a bunch of cheap Coles instead and keep replacing them.
Purchased in June 2017 at Myer for $350.00.
- Cookware Advanced
Rubbish. No better than a cheap pan
These pans are not non-stick. Impossible to seal a steak without burning the non-stick surface, then it's never the same again. What an absolute waste of money. Don't even bother trying to make an omlette. I am so dissappointed in this purchase. How can they justify the cost?
Purchased in April 2019 at Myer Online Store for $291.94.
Very poor. Never again
I take very good care of my things. Was surprised how quickly the pan’s warped. They were replaced under warranty..... eventually! I had to purchase new pans to cook with while mine got sent to analon. The new pans also warped in no time. I now just use the Tefal pans i bought and they are great in comparison. Stay well clear of these thin Analon cookware.
Purchased in January 2019 at Kitchen Warehouse.
Very overpriced cookware, poor quality
Saucepans are OK but the frypans where you want some extra heat are appalling quality. Warped and nonstick surface can be scratched off with my fingernails.
Considering the retail price if these, they are an absolute ripoff.
Purchased in October 2016 at David Jones Retail Stores for $400.00.
Frying pan isn't useful even I use it in low heat after one year was damage and foods stick on pan .and they said we can pot on oven up to 200 centigrade but I pot saucepan in oven in 150 c but it broken.
Purchased at Myer.
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Looks good, but doesn't deliver. Worthless warranty.
These pans are expensive, look great, and work as they should for a short time (enough to fool those who just test new products for magazines, for example). But the non-stick coating failed on my 20ins pan after less than three years' careful use. Analon tells you to "rest assured"; there is a lifetime warranty. However, when you contact them they tell you the pan is not covered because it was used at too high a heat(!), for example to seal steak. A frying pan that cannot be used to cook steak properly is useless to me, and a pan labelled "maxi...mum durability" should do better. Anolon then deleted my critical reviews on their Facebook page, and blocked messages. They don't like criticism. I notice lots of reviews of their products note that the non-stick coating fails quickly and the warranty is useless. Spend your money elsewhere.
Purchased in June 2017 for $50.00.
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