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Consistently High Quality and PerformanceUnlimited Premium Induction Non-stick Wok 28cm
This is the third Tefal product I've added to my pots and pans family. I am replacing all my old ones including stones and other premium non-sticks. They all have consistent quality so you know exactly how they will perform. The non-stick coating is far better than any other brands. Literally nothing sticks to it. Don't even need any scrubbing power when cleaning. Just rinse and wipe and everything is gone. And just to test my laziness to the next level, I have also washed it in the dish washer numerous times and it is completely unaffected.
The size of this wok is slightly smaller than the traditional wok but is suitable for a family of 3-4 people.Show details
So Versatile - Ideal Kitchen CookwareUnlimited Premium Induction Sautepan + Lid 24cm / 3.2L
The Tefal 24cm saute-pan was relatively lightweight.
It provided a wonderful cooking experience for everything from scrambled eggs to fried eggs (with or without oil) to stovetop casseroles to slow-cooked soups to dry-fried sausages or big thick fried burger patties.
The saute-pan, lid-on or lid-off (as required) gave even heat to its contents on my new induction cook-top.
I have a range of 'stone' or non-stick frying-pans from 16cm to 30cm but, over the 25 days, I've had the Tefal one, the others have nearly always stayed in the cookware... Read moredrawer. It is EXTREMELY EASY to clean ... most often a wipe with a paper towel suffices but it a delight in the sink and the dishwasher if they are used. The lid, too, wipes clean quite easily or responds well to a plastic scourer or any dishwasher cycle.
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Very practical wokUnlimited Premium Induction Non-stick Wok 28cm
I have only tested this on a gas stove top and it works wonderfully, becoming my favourite wok/pan.
Good shape, design and weight
This wok has a flatter bottom compared to more traditional woks, but with high sides. The 28cm may not be the largest wok but it means it's really easy to handle and manoeuvre and doesn't crowd the stovetop so you can still use adjacent hobs. The flat bottom is useful as I can sauté some chicken or beef chunks prior to chucking in the other stir fry ingredients. It is almost like a quasi fry pan. I really like this.
Reduced spatter due to higher side and easy clean surface with comfortable weight and even heat distribution.Unlimited Premium Induction Sautepan + Lid 24cm / 3.2L
User impressions after 1 month use of supplied cookware under Product Review Ambassador Program.
We have purchased many sizes and types of cookware and discarded many, particularly "Non -Stick", which failed durability when in use.
This Tefal Saute Pan, offers comfortable weight 1.250kg without Lid / 1.950 kg including lid.
A Red thermo indicator mark in centre of Pan which changes as pan heats causing legible print merge into uniform color with background to indicate searing heat attained for cooking.
Securely attached metal handle which remai
Overall a very good non-stick wokUnlimited Premium Induction Non-stick Wok 28cm
This does a good job of being what it’s supposed to be.. a truly non-stick wok! We find that nothing ever sticks to it, even if we let food dry on it after we finish cooking. Some water and a soft dishcloth, and the food wipes straight off.
We have a ceramic cooktop and felt that the wok did a good job heating stir fries, noodles, even custard :P. The fact that this wok can be used on all stoves including induction means it’s great for people who might move house or replace their stove someday. It makes it a pretty safe investment. The wok do... Read moreesn’t come with a lid, which is a pity especially considering the purchase price, but as we already have a set of Tefal Ingenio Non-stick cookware we had a similar sized lid that fit close enough to be useful. Despite being metal, the handle doesn’t get hot at all. I was impressed that it remains at room temperature even when cooking on high heat. On the flip side though, we both find the handle feels somehow awkward to use. My husband feels he has to hold the handle in one spot or it seems harder to hold the wok stable. For myself the angle feels odd and the wok feels heavier than expected, considering it’s only 100g heavier than one of my favourite pots, I was surprised to feel such a difference. When the wok is full, I have to use two hands to transfer it to the bench, which I haven’t noticed having to do with my other pots. So we think this may come down to how the handle is designed. We both hate hand washing, so we put everything through the dishwasher. While this wok is dishwasher-safe, Tefal suggest that you hand wash it to protect the non-stick coating for longer. And honestly, with how great the non-stick surface is, and since there’s no need to scrub it as the food just slides off, I’m very happy to hand wash it as it only takes a few seconds with warm water and a soft cloth. All in all this is a good sized wok that’s really easy to clean. So I think if you’re considering buying it, you’ll probably be happy with your purchase. (But if I can make a suggestion, take a look at Tefal’s Ingenio Non-stick Cookware set, personally I prefer the smoother edges of the Ingenio cookware, and the comfort, strength and practicality of the removable handles)
Always wanted a Tefal saucepan.Unlimited Premium Induction Sautepan + Lid 24cm / 3.2L
I have used my Tefal Unlimited Premium frypan with lid for approx. a month. In that time, I have cooked diverse types of meat. Whether in a sauce or pan fried and love it. Love the deep sides as it allows you to cook a bit more in one go and then allows freezing the extra. The handle did not get hot and was easy to manage through the cooking process. The pan is not too heavy to use, and this is good for me with my arthritis. The base is solid and retains the heat. I did not use the lid as I have not cooked anything that required going in t... Read morehe oven and therefore not able to review this part. The only thing I do not like is, you heat the pan until the timer located on the red centre disappears, turn down the temperature before placing food into the pan to cook as per instructions. It also suggests not using any oil. This is not a problem, but when you have an induction stove top, it retains the heat more than other cooking surfaces, you put in your sausages, and they burn. This in turn burnt the bottom of the pan and I have tried all things possible to clean the marks without fail. With the type of surface in the pan, you are limited to a softly, softly approach for cleaning and I now have burn marks that do not want to be removed. Another issue is not with the pan but my stove top. Most stove tops have one large and three smaller surfaces for cooking, mine has four small ones. This is a problem to get an even cooking surface for any pots or pans. PS If anyone knows how I can get the marks off the bottom of my pan I would appreciate suggestions.
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A versatile wok, but temperature limits and lack of dishwasher safe cleaning a bit of a limitation.Unlimited Premium Induction Non-stick Wok 28cm
TEFAL UNLIMITED PREMIUM NON-STICK INDUCTION WOK 28CM
I don’t have any sort of formatting options on this site, so I use capitals for headings and emphasis. I do this to make this review easier to read and is not me yelling, ok? Please keep this in mind. I don’t tend to yell… ever.. but in the famous words of the Disney movie, “Tangled”:
“Frypans, who knew?!”
Perhaps in this case:
nice lightweight wokUnlimited Premium Induction Non-stick Wok 28cm
This wok looks really nice and has a beautiful chrome looking handle , the build is nice and the riveted connection looks quality. Most of the woks I have had in the past have had a small base with steep edges so if you a flat cook top like induction, the pot has a reduced face of connection with the top. This wok has a wider base almost like it is a pot rather than a wok and this makes it work better with a induction surface. I feel the purists will probably scoff at this being not as traditional shape but if you have a flat surface cook top... Read morethis wok will be a good one to choose. That being said , the wok is quite light weight and does not have a heavy base to help with heat retention and transmission up the sides of the wok. The nonstick surface is traditional tefal and I have had longevity issues with tefal in the past so only time will tell how this holds up. over all i would have seen this wok in a cheaper price bracket at around 100 bucks , there are other woks on the market in this price segment and there is competition here to look at.
This pan does not disappoint.Unlimited Premium Induction Sautepan + Lid 24cm / 3.2L
I’ve had this pan in for nearly a month now and it’s proved to be an excellent addition to the kitchen collection. Several members of the family have used it, with one wanting to sneak it into his suitcase and take it home to NZ. He ended up buying a sauté pan *and* a frying pan back home!
The pan is relatively light weight so we found it easy to toss the food while cooking. The metal handle is maybe a little thin for anyone with a weak hand grip, but for most people it will be adequate.
We have a 5 hob LPG gas cooker and mostly used the large
Best nonstick pan I have used.Unlimited Premium Induction Non-stick Wok 28cm
This Tefal wok was provided to me for the purpose of this review, under the Productreview.com.au Product Ambassador program.
This wok has really helped improve my cooking of stir-fries. I am a retired professional cook, but I have never really been happy with my stir-fries. The end result has often been limp vegetables rather than crisp crunchy ones. I think the issue has been the pan temperature falling too much during cooking. The first time I used the Tefal Unlimited induction wok, I was impressed. At last, a crisp and flavourful stir fry.... Read more The Tefal Unlimited Premium Induction wok has some clever features. It has non-stick surfaces inside and out, so even any spills and dribbles that find their way over the edge of the pan are still very easy to clean off. The inside surface is a premium titanium non-stick, Tefal says it is safe to be used with metal utensils as long as they don’t have sharp edges. That is impressive. I didn’t subject the wok to any torture tests to look at durability, but so far after a few weeks use it is still unmarked. I did cook a chilli dish using minced beef and used a stainless steel potato masher to break up lumps of minced beef, it has rounded edges (like a heavy wire zig-zag) so nothing scratchy, the titanium non-stick surface had no marks or damage at all. Tefal frypans, including this 28 cm Unlimited Premium induction wok, have a very clever temperature-indicator red dot in the centre. This dot has an image of an hourglass in a slightly different shade of red, one of the two reds becomes darker when the pan is at a good hot temperature for cooking, which is a really good guide for the cook. The hourglass image disappears and it becomes just a plain red circle when at the correct temperature. This isn’t perfect, I could still make out the hourglass image even when hot, but it is certainly less distinct and is still a big help. I have two ways of heating this wok, my regular stove is gas and has a wok burner, I also use a small benchtop induction cooker and I have used this wok on both. As it is sold as an induction wok, I mainly used it on the induction hob, which has a maximum power level of 2000 watts. At this level it took a little while for the wok to heat up, a more powerful induction cooktop would have been faster. Even on the gas wok burner, it took a few minutes to get up to temperature. This isn’t a bad thing – it means when the wok is hot enough (when the red dot becomes all one colour) there is quite a lot of heat stored in the metal of the wok, so it holds its heat when you put cold food into it, and it cooks the food easily and fast. Nothing sticks, not even a little bit. It is the best non-stick surface I have used. This makes clean up easy, too.
Finally a truly durable Non-Stick good sized Saute pan & Glass Lid that is very versatile.Unlimited Premium Induction Sautepan + Lid 24cm / 3.2L
I had stopped using Non-stick Frypans about 5 years ago, as I got sick of the surfaces not lasting and them not having a decent base. After throwing many out, I figured they were a waste of money and had since only bought Stainless steel Scanpans & Roco pans as I found they cleaned up better after cooking than a lot of nonstick pans ended up doing, and they had much solider bases that retained the heat and cooked food better.
This pan was sent to me for a trial, and after using it for a month I have found it to be a very pleasant improvement t
A Quality FrypanUnlimited Premium Induction Non-stick Frypan 28cm
This is a really good frypan. I own 7 Frypans, whilst this may seem strange, they all have their own purposes. Omelettes, steaks, stir frys etc.
I've rethought how I use a frypan since using this pan. I'm used to stainless steel pans, and one very small Aluminium pan with a non-stick coating. Though the coating is disappearing on that item as a result of my
cleaning habits. I exclusively use a gas cooktop (except for motels)- maybe an induction cooker would be a different experience, due to the finer control of heat. Other people's input would
An excellent and versatile addition to any kitchenUnlimited Premium Induction Non-stick Frypan 28cm
I have used earlier Tefal non-stick pans before, so was very keen to try this newer addition to their range when given the opportunity as an Ambassador for Product Review - especially since I am intending to change out my 900 mm natural gas cooktop for a 900 mm induction cooktop.
This is a very high quality product that benefits from the base thickness and solid stainless steel handle that does not overheat during use.
I have posted pictures in the order mentioned in this review.
Initially, I hand washed the pan (from new) using a mild dish det
Impressive! If you've never had a saute pan before (like me!), you better read this! It'll beat your fry pan :).Unlimited Premium Induction Sautepan + Lid 24cm / 3.2L
Full disclosure... I was given this pan to test for free, but I'm no sell out :). This is a completely honest review of the product at hand, and I don't sell my word to anyone.
I’ve been looking for a larger cooking vessel than my large fry pan, but not so big and cumbersome like a cooking pot… and I think I’ve found the perfect solution!
Tefal’s Unlimited Premium Induction Non-Stick Saute pan is definitely a winner. Made in France (not a cheap import from the usual cheaper manufacturing zones), this definitely has that superior feel.
Lets s... Read moretart off with its size… as this is the thing that used to scare me off saute pans (for handling, storage, and cleaning). Not so with this one! To put it in perspective, I have a large non-stick frypan (also from Tefal coincidentally) that has served me well over the last few years of daily use. This saute pan has an inner diameter of 24cm, with straight sides that extend up in height at 8cm. Their large fry pan is 26cm at the top lip, but curves in at the bottom to 22cm, and is only 5cm in height. It doesn’t sound like much of difference, but when you work out volume the saute pan has about 50% extra capacity! That makes a huge difference to what you can cook in it, without being too big like a pot is.
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Strong, well balanced in the hand, quick to heat up and holds heat well. Best one I have used !Unlimited Premium Induction Non-stick Wok 28cm
This is really quite a pan. As I did not pay for this, I decided to give it the real kitchen test. I cooked everything in it including paella and fried rice. I even put it in the oven to finish a dish. Then washing was almost unnecessary as it is so non stick. Then.. I put in in the cupboard and did what others do.. stack pots on top of it right on the non stick surface. Not a mark ! I was not going to see what it would take to damage it as that would ruin an amazing pan. However it did get the "Normal" treatment and it is the best non-stick I... Read morehave ever used. The non stick is not the only thing that is good about it. The base of the pan is really heavy and sits well on both hotplate and gas. It heats very fast and holds the heat but not too long like some big cast iron pots do. It is just right if you ask me ! To be fair, I will continue using the pan and update this in six months if anything 'untoward' happens with it, but I am not expecting any problems. If it can survive myself as well as my elderly father using it, then it is stronger than anything we have !
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