Jamie Oliver/Tefal Non-Stick Frypans
Two of my frying pans non-stick coating definitely bubbling and peeling off the surface.
We're very careful when cleaning them every times.
I purchased through Westpac Altitude Rewards Redeem Points.
Very disappointed with these expensive products.
I jumped on board the Jamie Oliver cookware almost 2 years ago (when they were on sale) and since purchasing i struggle to purchase any other cookware. I have used the pans, pots and steamer! All are VERY good, high quality products. Best part is, they are SO easy to clean!! Highly recommend his products even if products are full price!
Extremely well-made cookware not only made by french by Tefal, but also Jamie Oliver. Wonderful o use and highly recommended for the amateur chef.
Made from stainless steel – mirror finish for a professional look.
Pot roast and frying pans have durable non-stick coating reinforced with titanium particles.
Non-stick interior is free from PFOA’s, cadmium, lead and other potentially harmful chemicals.
Thermo-Spot technology indicates the optimal cooking temperature.
Saucepan and stewpot have markings along the interior for easy and precise measuring.
Riveted stainless steel handles with silicone for a comfortable grip.
Pot roast, saucepan and stewpot all come with stainless steel lids. ...
Jamie Oliver/Tefal frying pan
I have just thrown my 2nd 260mm wide stainless steel frying pan into the rubbish bin and will never buy another Jamie Oliver/Tefal product again. It is a terrible product, it's turned black on the outside even with regular cleaning and the black coating inside has gone lumpy. My 2 other Jamie Oliver 200mm pans and a griddle pan are going the same way so will be going in the bin soon.
Refuse to buy Jamie Oliver prodcuts again
I agree with other reviews saying food sticks to pan. I bought my Jamie Oliver fry pan about 4 to 5 yrs ago. I used it carefully not getting it too hot and never used any metal utensils in it. However, food still stuck to the bottom of the pan and in no time I noticed the coating looking worse for wear. After about three years I threw it out and bought a Scanpan stainless steel. Much, much better product and you can use it on very high heat and use metal utensils. You can even scrub it it needed. Yes things can stick to it and burn if not watching food cook. I found with this I put it in the dishwasher and it comes up like new most times.
Coating peeling off the pots
really disappointed as paid a lot of money for this set of Jamie Oliver and only been using for about a month. my husband boiling the potatoes tonight and you can see the coating lifting around the edges of the pot so he is throwing them out not knowing what we are going to be putting into our mouth with the coating as well.
I own a number of good quality frypans, including three other Tefal, but I have to say this is the best one to use on my induction hot plates. Heats up quickly and seems to distribute even heat and is easy to clean. The most important thing with teflon coated pans is to only use maximum medium heat.(this is more than enough) and handwash. .Do this and this pan will last for years. Well, I anticipate it will
Confused about which pans people are reviewing here!
Hi, the product(s) up for review are the professional series stainless steel with copper pans. A lot of people are obviously talking about different pans as they say the Tefal coating is coming off. My pans have no Tefal coating but have a heavy base and are well made. They can go into the oven (up to 210*C) and are easy to clean and maintain. For the price I got them for I'm very happy with them.
I've had many non stick pans and I agree even used carefully they never seem to last long so I don't bother with them anymore. I doubt you'll see non stick coated pans in a professional kitchen.
The "Stainless Steel" Lid Is Rusting
Hi! Purchased my Jamie Oliver Tefal Stainless Steel Copper 5 Piece Cookware Set last year and only just moved into my house so I have only been using it a month and I have rust appearing on one of the lids! I contacted their team and they said it's not rust but it looks like it try rubbing a potato on it! You spend hundreds of dollars of decent cookware to be told you have to clean it yourself with a potato what the hell! Not happy at all!
Very Expensive but barely lasted 6 months.
We purchased the 5 piece Jamie Oliver Cookware from Harris Scarfes. Even on Sale at 50% off it was $400. It seemed like a quality product with rubber over proof handles and copper bases and a non stick tefal surface.
Well what we found is that the non-stick surface came off within 6 months (it just peeled off) and then the pans would scratch even with a wooden spoon. They lost their 'non stick' and were useless. I must say that the small and large pan for boiling are still good but it is the saute pan and the fry pan which have been a let d...own. They just cannot tolerate the frying and heating. We spoke with Harris Scarfes but they said that we did not use a 'special' scourer and it was out fault. I can assure you we did not use a scourer at all until the non stick surface peeled off. These are very expensive pans and as such you would expect more..they were no better than $10 pans from Big W. Avoid them I say.
if you are going to buy Jamie Oliver wok, buy this and not the Hard Anodised Induction version
This is our 3rd Stainless Steal wok by Jamie Oliver, they last about 4 years before we have to replace them. They are expensive, very expensive (buy when you see half price) and got good even heat.
We tried the Hard Anodised Induction version of this wok and it's a complete waste of money. Incredibly slow to heat up on our induction cooktop, even when we turned on max boost. After 4-5 minutes of trying to heat it up, I gave it a go with an egg and I could hardly fry the egg.
In the end I had to go out and get the Stainless Steal version and it's much better.
We got Miele Induction cook top.
- Even heat ...
This has to be the best money I've spent, it heats evenly an cleans beautifully it's the only pan I use now I've actually thrown all my old ones out an will be going back to purchase more of the Jamie Oliver cook ware so if your uncertain don't be, buy it, you wont regret it :)
Good solid pans
Solid, heavy pans, with firmly rivetted handles. They all had stickers on the bottom when I got them, which proved difficult to remove. Not sure if they were from Tefal or the store, but I'm glad I removed them as apparently they leave burn marks if you don't. After some use, the stainless surface of the pans started to look tarnished inside but they're easily cleaned with appropriate cleaning products.
They're expensive but feel like they'll last.
Quality feel, solid build
I would reccomend this product as it brings out the chef in you. Its great stainless steel looks and teflan coating is great for non stick cooking. The fact that it has a heat indicator makes it great for knowing when the tempreature is right for cooking with high heat. It can be hung up in your kitchen for less space in your draws.
I love that the product looks great and the heat of the pan is even. It lets you know when its hot enough.
the thing I find not so good is the weight of the pan, it becomes quite heavy when you are ligting it constanly.
We do use this frypan a lot. It's the sort of size where you can just whip something up quickly and its easy to wash up and clean. Its almost 2 years old and non stick is still in tact but we are quite careful with the utensils we use on it.
we have the small frypan only in this range. its very evenly heated as it has the copper base. It's quite good quality and very easy to clean. Nothing has really stuck to it so far. Non stick coating is staying put so far.
can't think of any - I guess for a small frypan it is heavy due to the copper base.
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Questions & Answers
Is this cookware compatible with induction cooktops?
Hi there, I have a guest staying at my house and last week he was cooking rice in ones of my Jamie Oliver stainless Steel saucepans and must have forgotten it while doing something else, cooked it dry and completely burnt the pan black. I was so disappointed as I always look after my pans and they are expensive (and it stank the whole house)! Anyway, he managed to get most of the burns by mixing vinegar and baking soda and scrubbing with a scrubber but the bottom has brown stains that I know will be there forever and I know that the bottom will now start to stick. Does anyone know if these pans actually have a protective coating that can be damaged with too much scrubbing?
Yes, all pans can be damaged from over scrubbing. I firstly to bring the dirty pan with water and bicarb soda. as it boils, try to loosen the stubborn residue. I might have to do this a number of times until I have most off. Then a little scrub with a non scratch scourer. I clean the bottom with stainless steel cleaner or gumption as a clean bottom means evenly distributed heat. I don't know that you can do anything about your pan now, but you could give it a good work over with a non scratching scourer on the inside and rub some oil in and heat it a little to let the oil soak in. From now on you may have to make sure you use spray oil before using. Sorry if I am not much help. I would be upset too.
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