Was shopping around for carbon steel pans. Almost half price compared to other local retailers.
Not a big name brand, but probably not worth paying much more for a basic carbon steel pan anyway.
Shows at $41 for me?
Chef Inox may not be a consumer-targeted brand in the way something like Scanpan is, but you often find Chef Inox products at restaurant supply stores, all of the things I've bought from them have been good quality
There was supposedly 18hrs left for the deal at time of posting.
I'm guessing that Catch's algorithm watches for traffic spikes and price hikes accordingly :'(
Chef Inox is a great brand.
Mostly used in commercial kitchen.
Lasts long and is durable.
It's not a big brand name because it's not known to consumers, most restaurants and eatery use them.
Last longer than those average pans consumers would buy in Kmart or BigW
That's for a pot lid
that's no pot lid. that's a space-saving paella pan.
I’ve got that pan in 32 cm with a straight handle.
Absolutely outstanding piece of kit.
Uniform heat distribution, superb anti-stick properties for a non-Teflon pan, and heats up to volcano heat if required without complaining. Paid $62 or so at Chef’s Hat in South Melbourne.