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StoneChef 4 or 6 Piece Cookware Set $29 Shipped @ Group One Warehouse eBay Group Deal

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Listed as $29 + Free postage. RRP $149 (80% off, saving $120).

Looks like a good deal with free delivery as well, selling pretty quickly (140 purchased in 20 minutes).

Choose between: 6 piece pot set (black, yellow, red, grey), 4 piece casserole set (black, red) out of stock or 4 piece pan set (black, red) out of stock. The 6 piece comes with 3 items + 3 lids, the 4 piece 3 items + 1 lid.

Prices elsewhere: Kogan $58 delivered, Temple & Webster $82.15 delivered, Zanui $68.90 delivered.

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  • +20 votes

    Is stone coating good? I've never used them before? Do you have to use plastic utensils? Is it better than just normal stainless steel?

    I normally hate non-stick pans as it always starts peeling off before long and I'd rather not take the chances with the health risk of consuming teflon coating hehe…

    • +4 votes

      Not sure why someone negged you, so I got you back up to neutral. Fair questions in my opinion.

      • +1 vote

        Not sure what goes through those people's heads who always neg people. Fair question asked here and I would also like to know.

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          It would be this part

          health risk of consuming teflon

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          To clarify, teflon doesn't cause cancer

    • -3 votes

      It's Chinese quality, nuff said

      • +4 votes

        Lol what's not made in China nowadays?

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          aussie kids?….. ooooorrrrrrrrrrrrrr are they?? hahahahahahaha damn bad joke… apologies in advance hehe

      • +3 votes

        My Redmi Note 3 Pro seems pretty damn good for made in China :P

    • +2 votes

      From some reading online it seems the stone coating has far less observed health risks compared to teflon. I noted that when I was looking for a cheap new pan in k-mart that the homebrand teflon coated cheap frying pan said "FOR MEDIUM HEAT ONLY". Reading online people say teflon starts leaching into food if the pan gets too hot. Stone and enamel on the other hand seems to get a tick.

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      Once I learned to never go too hot on non-stick, use more than a drop detergent to clean (only if needed), scrub hard, use the dishwasher or anything else besides hot water and a medium strength scour pad on the back of a sponge - I never had a problem with peeling, flaking or degrading of those cheap pans.

      I prefer to use thick stainless when possible, but it's amazing what you can get out of those really cheap pans if you treat them right.

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      You get what you pay for generally with cooking goods. Stoneware is nothing but a gimmick. All the rave reviews die off after about a week of use. Teflon is a brand, non stick coating comes in various forms. PFOA, PTFE free, etc. It really is just a matter of finding what you want in a pan and then actually following the care instructions. Don't overheat, don't cook with spray oils, etc.

  • +23 votes

    "6 peices" but its actually 3 pots + lid… thats false advertising. why not say its 9pieces, 3 pots 3 lids and 3 handles…

    • +9 votes

      You forget the delivery box.

      • +8 votes

        What about the screws to put the handles and pots together?

        • +16 votes

          …and the smuggled note from the Chinese factory worker asking for help.

        • +1 vote

          @Pobman: and the instruction booklet :D

        • +5 votes

          @RockMeLoOn: and 100 cable ties.

        • +1 vote

          @altomic: and the 'How to give me a Positive Feedback' card

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        and plastic protective bags

  • +4 votes

    Careful, you get what you pay for…

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    • +1 vote

      depends if you want your food to stick?

      if you're just boiling water then stainless steel is fine.. if you're cooking anything else, it'll stick to stainless steel unless you're seasoning with heaps of oil.

      can't comment on the quality of these stoneChef pans/pots… but they're pretty cheap so worth a shot i think.

      • +2 votes

        cant agree more :p
        i stay away from stainless steel for cooking anything.
        a decent non-stick pan is everything i need for cooking. if someone's non-stick pans peel off (before long), there are often 2 reasons: they bought crap or they treated their pans like crap (aka they have no ideas how to maintain the non-stick coating).

        • +2 votes

          I use stainless steel pans, chefinox professional. nothing ever sticks.

          You cant season a SS pan like you can cast iron and blue steel but you can use barkeepers friend which solves everything. The trick is to let the pores of the pan expand before putting food in.

          Teflon coatings is rubbish these days.

          Ironclad, chefinox and esteele are still the top 3 brands to buy in the kitchen

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          @neofelis: forgot to mention i dont use cast iron either. i heard of the seasoning part and actually i know how to season a cast iron or ss pan if i need to use one. but life is short. at least the teflon coatings on my pans do work very well and last for years. as an ozbargainer, my current and last non-sticking pans were bought from target when they were on sale.

  • +8 votes

    my friend said "I owned them, it's no good;waste of money"

    • +10 votes

      Thanks. I was trying to find a reason not to buy them :P

  • +7 votes

    Good stuff for cheap = bargain,

    Junk for cheap =/= bargain

    • +6 votes

      Okay Professor

  • +1 vote

    Note these have VERY mixed reviews.

    I've been trying one. I love it but you need to take a bit more care than teflon. On one hand it's significantly more non-stick than teflon but on the other hand when it food sticks it really sticks, so occasionally you will need to do a good clean and then season it (just rub it with some oil) and then it's as good as new again.

  • +2 votes

    Still kicking myself for not buying a cast iron pan from Aldi when I saw them on sale.

    • +3 votes

      They were awesome. Use them heaps. Still can't believe they were $25 a piece. Hope they come back again.

      • +4 votes

        If they do, give me a yell.

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    I've got another brand of stone cookware, paid $149 from harvey norman for the 4pc set, these look identical.
    They are ok but not great. At $29 I would be happy with the purchase, we have had around 18 months of use, one pan has warped and doesn't sit flat on the stove so that has gone in the bin as its no longer safe, the other 2 pans still going ok.

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      Place on flat piece of wood or concrete upsidedown, then place another piece of wood on top and hammer down.
      I periodically do this to afew of my pots and pans and works out fine, all level again.
      Warping may be a sign of excessive heat which can ruin the coating.

  • +2 votes

    Noo I thought we established they are rubbish and I don't have to buy them :\

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    The last stone pan i had .. had some kind of finish on it … once that was slightly off after the first week.. it was no good.

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      They are not maintenance free, just rub some oil on it and it will be good as new.

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    Thanks Op got 1 set of pans and pots as our kitchenware needs changing.

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    Bit skeptical of the quality but hey, they're $29. I wonder if they come with a 12 month warranty?

    EDIT: Kogan link says 12 month warranty but nothing on the eBay listing

  • +1 vote

    I bought the three pots at $39 two months ago. They're what you would expect but have been fine for us as we use it to boil small amounts of pasta/ heat up sauce. No frying meat or anything in them.

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  • +1 vote

    I have bought the same nearly a year back in the same price above.. its good for what you pay. Good to make omelette and steak.. it doesnt use oil. I always make salmon on it..

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    I've decided not to buy. Now when pans are out of stock, I want them. Jeez…

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    I burnt my pot the other day (non stick) so I no longer trust it. Was going to get another one for $25 at wollies (was literally looking last night) so this deal seems worth a go…

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    Pretty sure these are the exact same .. (they look it!) and cheaper Pans only…

    https://www.groupon.com.au/deals/kg

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    Are these coated with PTFE which is like Teflon?

  • +1 vote

    I had bought similar ones- red colour from Groupon for 39 dollars.

    Worked like a charm the first week.

    After a couple of washes, the coating was worn out. And later that month, the cookware was not usable. Would not recommend to buy it :(.

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      I had the same experience, I contacted the seller (BDirect I think?) and they replaced it. It has been going fairly good since then - about 1 or 2yrs..

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    Only 6 piece pot set red and yellow left right now.

    Gave it a miss.

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    Out of Stock :-(