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out of stock Baccarat Pete Evans Frypan 26cm & Grill Pan 28cm Twin Pack $50 (RRP $279.99) + $10 Shipping @ House

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Saw this on price hipster. Handy double for the kitchen. Great discount.

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Baccarat Pete Evans Frypan 26cm & Grill Pan 28cm Twin Pack
Add a professional touch to your next meal with the Baccarat Pete Evans Frypan and Griddle Twin Pack.

Features
Riveted ergonomically designed cast stainless steel handles
Suitable for all cooktops including induction
Oven and dishwasher safe
Internal capacity markings
Made with a hard anodised body that is twice as hard as stainless steel
Oven & Dishwasher safe
Baccarat Microdot technology promotes even heat distribution and flavour release

Details & Specifications
Created by renowned chef, restaurateur and author Pete Evans, the Baccarat Pete Evans Frypan and Griddle Twin Pack will have you cooking up a storm in no time. Made with a hard anodised body that is twice as hard as stainless steel and with MicroDot technology that works to distribute heat evenly, the Baccarat Pete Evans twin pack is the ultimate must-have in culinary Cookware. The Baccarat Pete Evans Frypan and Griddle Twin Pack also features ergonomic handles that are higher and longer to keep your hands away from the heat source, and is suitable for all cook tops.

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  • +7 votes

    Is it Paleo?

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    We all know paleo pete is a dodgy little mofo so why would we go anywhere near one of his endorsements?
    This is why http://www.productreview.com.au/p/baccarat-pete-evans-26cm-f...

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      We all know paleo pete is a dodgy

      Title says: "Baccarat Pete"

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      3 reviews?! Yes let's make a decision based off 3 peoples experiences!

    • +2 votes

      What's ironic about this dude is that he's probably the unhealthiest looking person on TV.

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      Totes disappoint to see the reviews, but I have some reservations about their authenticity.

      I have fed little Jenny and Jimmy on nothing but Pete's paleo thought bubbles and aspirations since they born. My chiropractor says that if they Just have a few more adjustments per week for the next 6 months then they'll for sure be cured of their anaemia and rickets.

      Also, complaints about Teflon degrading just silly. Obviously, paleoman used primitive, natural paleo-Teflon

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    Here's some similar baccarat pans. Overall I'd say the 5 star comments are fake, but who knows maybe I'm totally wrong. http://www.productreview.com.au/p/baccarat-bio.html

  • +2 votes

    Reviews are terrible.
    But:

    https://www.robinskitchen.com.au/product/baccarat-pete-evans...

    Same price and shipping cost + 25% off with code 'SUPERSALE', comes down to $37.5 picked up!

    Bought it because I need a new pan. If they will last 12 months - I am fine!

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    Don't buy these or any of the Baccarat non-stick if you have induction! They either won't be recognised on the zone, or they will be and heat up slowly. It would be faster to use a candle.

    On top of this, they wash up terribly, especially if you use a dishwasher, they go powdery on the bottom. And they're meant to be dishwasher safe.

    I've tried their stainless pans too, they heat fine, but they go rusty and tarnish very quickly.

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    No stock

  • +3 votes

    House home brand with their bullsh*t RRP. They have marketed Baccarat to be a premium brand,which they are not. Your marketing man deserves a payrise.

    • +1 vote

      Agreed.

      Also, anything that needs the name of a TV 'celebrity chef' (I use both terms very loosely here) attached is an instant fail from me…

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    treeman

    But it was packsoftwoman

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    You can cook Paleo food for babies to your heart's content.

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    I picked up one of the Pete Evans pans on special not long after they came out.

    Avoid.

    The non-stick surface is pretty ordinary - stuff sticks all the time and because you can't wash it while it's hot you end up having to scrub it after it's all caked on, trying to clean it off.

    But the worst thing is the heat distribution… it's crap. You'll get stuff burning in the middle while the areas around the outside are barely cooking. There is very little conduction of the heat to the outside.

    If you want a decent pan, find one with a thick copper base. If you are happy with a cheap pan with an average non-stick surface and poor heat distribution, go and spend $10 on one from Big W rather than this junk.

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