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Tefal Gourmet Anodised 30cm Frypan $24.98 (Was $69.95) C&C (Or + Delivery) @ The Good Guys

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Greetings everyone, The Good Guys have an awesome price on this frypan, the cheapest it's been for this size from what I can tell and it's not too often this range goes on sale at this price point.

From what I can tell, RRP is $69.96 but this is usually around the $50 mark elsewhere, it's currently $53 at Amazon, so this is an excellent price.


With Tefal Gourmet Anodised you can own beautiful quality cookware at a great price with all the features you would expect to find in more expensive cookware. Key features and benefits of this non-stick pan include hard anodised construction and riveted stainless steel handles. Hard anodised construction creates tough, reliable cookware and helps create rapid heat distribution which allows you to cook food quickly and make delicious, easy meals in no time at all. The riveted stainless steel handles provide a touch of class. Non-stick interiors make for easy clean up or wash in the dishwasher, making this fry pan an essential addition to your collection of pots and pans. Great for busy families needing to cook healthy meals in reliable cookware that is reasonably priced.


As always, enjoy :)

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  • +6 votes

    Hopefully Amazon PM. Free delivery would be nice.
    Thanks OP

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      Yes waiting for Amazon to pick it up!

    • +1 vote

      Gotta support the aussies though!

      • +1 vote

        amazon hires aussie to work in australia , so equally good buying from amazon.

        • +3 votes

          Yes, but in theory, more money (profit and taxes) should stay in Australia.

          • +1 vote

            @appxl: Yep, Amazon barely pays any taxes in the US. they've also wiped out many businesses over there and have created a monopoly.

            You can blame other businesses for not adapting, but in the long run, it's not good for the consumer.

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    Thanks OP, got one, cant go wrong at this price.

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    Thanks OP, got one aswell couldn't pass at that price.

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    Thanks OP, I picked one up as well

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    Has anyone been able to use pick up in store?

    • +3 votes

      Probably not open yet.

    • +1 vote

      I live in Brisbane and have an order confirmed for pick up.

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      I have ordered for click and collect, yes

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      Brisbane, mine's ready to collect after ~30 mins from placing the order.

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        Which stores guys

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          Morayfield, for mine (still showing stock as well), but North Lakes and Carseldine were also showing stock available.

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    Is this a made in France version?

    • +10 votes

      made in CHI-NA.

      • +1 vote

        Thanks Trump!

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    The other sizes are also on special.

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    Great find. Postage was $8 but considering the saving I opted for it. Cheers OP

    • -1 vote

      I think you will just save a couple of bucks, so not really a bargain.

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    Nice!

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    Great pans! Just recently moved into an apartment with an induction cooktop though and I can no longer use mine which makes me sad :(

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    works with induction?

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      See previous comment

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      look similar to these - so I think it's induction compatible.

      • +1 vote

        Nope it says works on all hobs except induction. Does not work on induction because it looks like another pan - it relies on materials which are magnetic.

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    Sold out in my area during checkout :(

  • +2 votes

    Nearest store is 84km 500km away.

  • +2 votes

    This is still the best value high performing frypan in Australia. https://www.ikea.com/au/en/p/oumbaerlig-frying-pan-90292099/

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      i recently found out that ikea 365 series are the only frypans that offers 5 year warranty for the non-stick property. I don't know of any other brands offering that

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      What's your source for this?
      Missus has this ikea and loves it
      Was going to order the tefal thinking would be better.
      Maybe I'll save the coin
      Cheers

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        check it out here, andd it's guarantee, not just a warranty

  • +9 votes

    Guys, watch “dark waters” and you probably won’t want to use a Teflon Pan again.

    Go with a French pan style skillet in steel or stainless steel and it’ll last a lifetime as the coatings won’t peel.

    Example :
    Pyrolux Fry Pan Fry Pan with Triple Riveted Handle, Black, 11057 https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B077PDLXFT/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_g...

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      The fictional movie with Mark Ruffalo?

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          Yep, manufacturing most things uses crazy amounts of toxic chemicals. Crazy hey! Even toxic chemicals in food products we eat, like red meat! As long as you don't buy a whole bunch of fry pans, peel the coating off, and eat it, then nothing to worry about.

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            @onlinepred: Except bits of the teflon comes off when you cook with them. Up to you if you chose to still use them.

            • +1 vote

              @bargainshooter: this pan doesn't have a teflon coating, it's anodized natural non-stick.

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                @9hundred: "anodized natural non-stick"

                ha! What does that mean? Of course it is telfon, they just don't say it because of all the stupid scare stories and gullible people.

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                  @manic: kinda like cast iron.if seasoned well, it will build up a natural non-stick.

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                    @9hundred: The coating on cast iron is a polymerised oil, which does not last long without being renewed.

                    Tefal pans, and all grey-finish ones, most certainly use PTFE, aka Teflon. The "No PFOA" claim is a giveaway.

                    " A spokesman for Tefal, said: ”Tefal pans have a non-stick coating that is made from an inert substance called polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE), which is totally harmless in the rare case of ingestion."

                    google PTFE :-)

                    The other type of "non-stick" is a pure ceramic, with a glassy finish, normally white. But it is not as good, so most pans use teflon.

                    Where do you get the idea that these are not teflon, and what exactly did you think they are?

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                      @manic: I got the idea from seeing Asian chefs just using one carbon steel wok for everything. If it's seasoned it will build up a natural coating that makes it non-stick. Heating and cooling, and wiping it with oil. I also have an Anolon anodized pan that has a nice smooth surface that has lasted 10+ years which this tefal pan seems to be similar.

                      • +1 vote

                        @9hundred: Thats correct, but you are talking about two different things.

                        Analon also uses PTFE. Anodisation is a treatment of aluminium used to make it coloured, and in this case it is part of the process of bonding the teflon to the aluminium.

                        By the way, you can also season stainless steel pans in the same way as cast iron.
                        Seasoning means heating some oil, "burning it" to create long polymers that bond to the surface. You are actually turning oil into plastic, just like DuPont does.

                        Seasoning = plastic coating. A guess you could call it a natural plastic. It is bio-degradable, unlike most commercial plastics.

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                          @manic: Oh that's very useful information thanks. My Anolon pan definately doesn't have any coating though, it's just a thick anodized aluminum. I think carbon steel, cast iron, and (uncoated) anodized are the best.

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                            @9hundred: …and possibly blue steel.

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                            @9hundred: I have not seen a hard-anodised pan in decades, that was not coated.
                            Not since that big scare over aluminium cookware causing dememtia (it was false).

                            The manufacturers are understandably shy when taling about their coatings, given all the mis-information about.

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              @bargainshooter: Teflon is harmless when eaten. The movie was about a chemical used in the manufacturing process, not teflon itself.
              Cyanide is used in gold production. Are you now terrified of gold fillings?

      • +1 vote

        Has reasonable reviews on rotten tomatoes and IMDb

    • -1 vote

      Looks ok but has a metal handle (by the looks of it) meaning that you will always need a tea towel or other cloth to pick it up when the pan is hot.

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        Means you can place it under a grill or in an oven. The difference in metals ensures it doesn't heat up much and you shouldn't use high heat with teflon anyway.

      • +3 votes

        I has one, the handle is not hot at all when pan is frying hot, and it's more easy to clean than plastic wrapped handle.

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          Can this be put into the dishwasher as well? Cheers

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            @stevil: believe so, but very easy to use dishwashing liquid, hot water and sponge to clean it, all metal parts.

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      Found a 32cm for $27 on ebay…will give it a shot! Thanks @john_conner

  • +1 vote

    Good price for the 30cm. I prefer the 26cm for ease of use - but have both and can recommend. I don't need more at this stage. Need to save my $$$ for Eneloops…

  • +1 vote

    Thanks OP, just bought two. Had just cracked open a new one this weekend after a couple of years of the last one. We always try to keep one or two as back up for after the non-stick stops being non-stick. This has been our fry pan of choice for about 10 years - maybe longer.

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      The frypan loses the non stick coating as it travels into your cooking 😱

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        There have been times I've been told to harden up.

  • -3 votes

    Tefal is not professional grade.

    • +15 votes

      Lucky we aren’t professionals

      • +5 votes

        Gerry says otherwise lol

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      …actually it kinda is, because it doesn't have the Teflon coating, it's anodized natural non-stick.

  • +6 votes

    Thanks doweyy. Got a 20cm & 30cm, delivery $8. Happy wife, happy life :)

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    I have the 24cm version. The handle is a menace - it is heavy enough to tilt the frypan over, when there is nothing in it. Makes heating it up a challange.

    • +2 votes

      WTF?

    • +1 vote

      Perhaps not the same pan. I don't think that there is a 24cm of this? My versions (26, 30cm) wouldn't tip if you tried.

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    Is this any good for not so good chefs? Our last "$200+ scanpan" got clogged with stuff that was somehow hard to clean off. Threw it out.
    Now using a magic kmart $20 deal and surprisingly works well.

    • +1 vote

      Did you use spray oil on it? If so, don't.

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        The old scanpan? Just normal frying, It was our 'treat' after using a regular $50ish tefal that got old, but was working OK.
        We thought, a nonstick that can use metal implements! No more trying to fry with bendy silicon crap.

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          No non-stick will last using metal cooking tools.

          Timber or Silicone is the way to go.

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            @JimB: Wood can scratch too. Stick to plastic and silicone.

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              @manic: Wood utensils shouldn't scratch a half decent non-stick pan.

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                @JimB: Not deeply, but wood fibres are harder than ptfe, so basic materials science …
                Abrasion too small to see will affect no-stick properties.

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            @JimB: Will metal utensils scratch my pans? SCANPAN cookware is safe to use with metal tools because the surface is 10x harder than stainless-steel.

            Anyway we used plastic only and still got crap.

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              @furyou: Metal utensils will scratch pans.

              10 times harder than stainless steel? Lol Marketing department overruled the engineering department that day.

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      You can fix this by cleaning with bicarb and water but its hard work.

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        nop, bicarb and water and explosion and vinegar and all the tricks, 3hrs later nothing.
        Finally used steel wool and cleaned it off. Within a few uses it started coming back.

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          Scapan themselves say bicarb paste , leave overnight then scrub, then rinse.It works I have done it multiple times but its a pain in the ass as lots of scrubbing and before long you have to do it all over again.

          Steel wool might be effective but it would also destroy the non stick surface at some point.

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    Bought one of these last year, only lasted about 6 months before the non-stick surface started to seriously degrade, and that was with washing it immediately after every use with just an ordinary chux cloth, so no scour pads or anything that would scratch the surface. Can't really recommend.

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      • +1 vote

        I didn't actually I might try this out, Thanks.

      • +5 votes

        I tried a warranty claim when my old Tefal stopped being non-stick. They fobbed me off with some nonsense about the non-stick coating no longer working because there's food stuck to the pan and wouldn't honour it (yeah, it's stuck to the pan because it's no longer non-stick). Not buying Tefal again.

    • +2 votes

      Apparently you have to wait until the fry pan cools down before washing. Washing when it’s still hot by putting wager in ruins the non-stick surface…

    • +1 vote

      You should always let the pan cool before washing it. Applying water on a hot pan will deform any pan. With teflon you're just setting it up to peel off into your food.

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    there's no stock anywhere around me, do i just opt for $8 delivery??……
    or maybe it's a no deal haha

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    These are great… A lot better than the thinner tefals…

    Not sure how the 26cm is $10 more expensive after the same 40% discount…

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    Just got a call from my local good guys store. They don't have any in stock and are unable to get more in. Order cancelled. I opted for delivery as my local click and collect had no stock but that obviously didn't help me much.

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      My order shipped within 30 minutes of ordering, but coming from Qld to Vic. That's a long way lol.

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      Oh that’s disappointing. I’ve got confirmation of click and collect from my local store, hope to collect tomorrow.

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    Missed out again. Bugger.