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Tefal Jamie Oliver New Wave S/S Copper Frypan 30cm - $99 (RRP $239) at David Jones

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There have been a few posts on frying pans so it's a bit of a hot topic (no pun intended). This is the most expensive but it's also by far the best quality, the biggest (30cm) and has the biggest discount. I am on my second 30cm Tefal Jamie Oliver pan now so am a big fan. The non-stick coating on the first lasted nearly 5 years before it started to deteriorate slightly so bought another one because I cook a lot. From someone who does like to cook I can vouch for this pan being the best for non-stick and given it's size it's basically an all in one pan that you can do most things with.

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    Here come the cast iron bigots! I had a good run with my last Tefal but can be hit n miss

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    I have cast iron pans to but hate them for most things other than than steak. But then who does steak in a pan when you have a BBQ anyway.

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    Good deal, or $107.98 delivered with Myer's current 10% off http://www.myer.com.au/shop/mystore/electrical/tefal-1/jamie...

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    Hmmm, is this the same product http://www.productreview.com.au/p/jamie-oliver-tefal-profess...? The reviews are pretty bad.

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      The review is for the stainless steel copper non stick, but there is also a Tefal Jamie Oliver frypan called the hard anodised non stick. It's not clear if they are all having issues with the same product.

      Having tried many different non sticks, I can definitely say that mine generally lasted a long time until others used them, often incorrectly. It seems to depend a lot on how they are used (med-low heat vs high heat, high fat vs low fat foods, cleaning while hot vs when cooled down, etc) as well as on the actual non stick material. I tend to stick to med heat and use no more than a teaspoon of good quality oil (no sprays). YMMV

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      As mad1dude says, the reviews are for lots of different pots and pans so not accurate. From my experience over the last 20 years of cooking and 5 years using the top end Tefal pans I can say that they are the best non-stick pans that you can buy.

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    Thanks. Unfortunately it looks like they might be already out of stock. I'm getting "We're sorry, it appears one or more items in your shopping bag are out of stock "

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      If you're referring to DJs online, its out of stock for home delivery but appears to still be available at some stores (I checked Market Street Sydney, Chatswood Chase and Bondi Junction). Actual stock levels unknown though.

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    is this like a 'very good deal' , or happens all the time during season sales (since it's similar priced to myer)

    thinking to get 1 to store as a spare, probably won't use it until a year later or so. (wise idea?)

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    Cast iron or get out. Celebrity chef tax, no thanks.