expired TEFAL Jamie Oliver Pots and Pans $49 (Was $99.95) @ Big W

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Good price for Jamie Oliver pans and pots by Tefal in BigW. In-store and free store pick-ups are available. Alternatively shipping is free if you spend $80 or more.
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  • +2 votes

    How are these JO tefals different from standard Tefal pots and pans?

    Apart from the $ cost of the endorsement, are these Tefal pans any different from standard Tefal pots and pans?

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      myer, david jones, house all sell premium jamie oliver tefal product. It is different to that which bigw and target etc sell which is a more inferior product. This is as per the tefal rep when I had to return one of their products.

    • +2 votes

      They are only good for 15 minutes

    • +2 votes

      Depends on what Tefal sub brand you're comparing with. In my experience the ones made in France seem to be of better durability. We have been using a Jamie Oliver Tefal fry pan (bought at the good guys a year ago) and while it's not French made, we have been very happy with it. Gets used at an average of 10 times a week and gets a lot of whacking in the dishwasher too but still going very strong.
      Compared to that a Circulon frypan we bought (Thailand made) as a set of 3 for $99 has bitten dust long ago. To make things more confusing, we have circulon and scanpan pots which are much older and still going strong, however they are both EU made and in a higher price bracket.
      I think for $49 or so these pots are decent, but wouldn't pay $99.95 for them.
      Just sharing personal thoughts and experience.

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    Saw in my local woolies JO pots and pans on 30% off which had lower prices than $49/- could be nationwide. Sorry did not take a photo. This was in Highett woolies (VIC). Also lot of other JO kitchen accessories at better than 50%

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    We bought some Jamie Oliver pots and pans in 2005 they came with a life time guarantee, we are up to our third replacement set from the manufacturer, just send them in and send you new ones back. Great investment!

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      Hey my pan began to peel how did you get your replacements

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        Call them, they give you a reply paid thing and you pack and post them.

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          do they still come with a lifetime warranty currently?
          If not, then is it because the price and quality have dropped?

        • +1 vote

          I called them but they tell me to return it to the store I bought it from and get a replacement not through tefal

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      Hey did they give you the original pan or whichever Jamie Oliver pan they have at the moment

      And also how long did it take for them to give out replacement, i’ve Been dealing with them for a month now but still no response

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    No grill, no deal!

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    Is the pans Teflon and also when does it end

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    The thought of eating Teflon infused food just doesn't sit right with me.

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      The stainless steel pots are decent. Those are the ones we bought.

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      If it is non stick, would it stick to food? :)

      Seriously though does it leach on to food in significant amounts?

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        Cooking at high heat breaks down the Teflon into toxic gases and makes it fragment into little shards (even when you cannot see it). Problem is even lower cooking temps does the same thing, but slower. Hence why you will ALWAYS have to replace a teflon pan after a while. No matter how well you take care of it. Teflon is great when you don't cook with it, like on a cooling rack.

        In the short term, high heat cooking is very bad, frying for example. Long term, it's bad for anything involving heat. The toxic gas and shards put stress on your liver and kidneys, since they have to filter it out of your body.

        I've gone through looking at the healthiest cooking options. Basically the best you can do is cooking with seasoned cast iron, carbon steel, stainless steel (less sure with this one) and for anything acidic, use a enameled pan or pot. By acidic I mean tomato sauces, lemons/oranges, wines, vinegar, etc. You don't want the iron in pans going into your body. You only want organic based heme and non-heme iron from plants and animals.

        I still have one teflon pan, but only use it for eggs on rare occasion when I cannot use my BBQ.

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          Not a fan of non stick frypans but if you really want one and are planning to use it on induction, the best way to prevent overheating is to get an induction cooktop that has cooking temperature sensors like Miele tempcontrol or Bosch perfectfry. Otherwise you can try the Demeyere Controlindc non stick frypan, when used on induction the metal on the base will lose power gradually when it's getting closer to 250c. I've had a controlinduc stainless steel frypan (without non stick coating) for a few years now and am happy with it (I bought mine direct from Germany as it's cheaper).

          Another thing with non stick frypans is they're not very good for deglazing after cooking steaks, as you don't get much fond (little brown bits after frying) on the pan.

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      I thought the teflon coating can be cancerous?

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    Out of curiosity, where's Jamie nowadays?

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    I purchased a Jamie Oliver Tefal set three years ago.

    Expensive and complete cr#p. Coating came off within 18 months, never used metal utensils. By way of contrast, the cheapo non-stick saute pan I purchased from Wooolies 6 months earlier is still going strong.

    Moving back to Stainless Steel now, won't but Tefal again. It's not that 18 months is necessary bad for every day use, but at the price and given the advertised 'durability' I felt they were very poor value.

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      Hey, I didn’t buy Jamie Oliver series but I did buy a tefal pan though, coating came off in bits in less than a year must have eaten it somehow. Hope is not cancerous, but if it’s later on and cause was Teflon, they’d expect a lawyer.

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