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Pyrolux Pyrostone Cookware Set 4pc ($200) or 6pc ($300) Delivered/C&C/In-Store @ Myer


Myer has clearance sale (limited stock) for two Pyrolux Pyrostone cookware sets:

I've previously used cookware from this range - the pans are made from thick, heavy gauge material and it's not too heavy. When the non-stick layer works (i.e. during initial few years), you can fry an egg without oil and it will slide right off.

Features: Heavy gauge stone technology, PFOA free; Non-stick coating is hardwearing and abrasion resistant; With crystal clear tempered glass lids; Handles are soft to touch and easy to hold
Warranty Duration: 12 months
Hob Type: All
Warranty Type: Manufacturer
Care and Use Instructions: Dishwasher safe, handwash recommended

With outstanding non-stick properties that have been built to last with high-quality materials. PFOA free non-stick coating is abrasion resistant and has excellent heat conductivity and with stone, line properties can handle tough tasks. With an ergonomic handle and being dishwasher safe the set will be your first choice in the kitchen.

4pc Set includes:

  • 1 x 26 cm diameter fry pan
  • 1 x 16 cm diameter
  • 1 x 20 cm diameter saucepans with lid
  • 1 x 30 cm chef pan with a lid.

6pc Set includes:

  • 1 x 20 cm diameter
  • 1 x 26 cm diameter fry pans
  • 1 x 16 cm diameter
  • 1 x 20 cm diameter saucepans with lid,
  • 1 x stockpot with lid
  • 1 x chef pan with a lid.

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  • Adult question:
    Do you replace your not stick pan every few years when they stop working (cause this always seem to be the case)
    Wouldn't it be more cost effective buying some Woolies non-stick much cheaper pan?

    • Cheaper sure, but maybe not safer. Non-stick surfaces are notorious for having questionable chemical makeup.
      Cheapest and safest non stick, in the long run, is definitely cast iron.

    • Probably not for the environmentally concious

    • I have the pyrolux pyrostone woks and frying pans for about 5-6 years now, and tbh, it takes a long while for the non-stick coating to "stop working".

      I asked the shop lady when I bought it about my concerns about the non stick coating not being as good over time, and she said that as long as the "coating" itself is still there (i.e. you can see the speckles of the pyrostone finish) and it appears to be a "brown/black" coating, its actually just built up grease that's making it not as non-stick.

      She suggested to use Gumption Paste Multi Cleanser with a soft sponge to lightly remove the built up grease on the pan. I've tried it on frying pans that have become a little black over time, and it does help it be less "sticky". But overall, I can't fault these pans and will probably buy them again in the future if I ever have to replace.

      Obviously use the cleaning paste with caution

  • At that price it's still the most expensive place to buy these cooksets, in Google results.

  • the 4-piece version is available at Catch for $165

    $157 @ Kogan

    • When the non-stick layer works (i.e. during initial few years)

      Yeah, that sounds overpriced at $200$157 already.

    • +1

      Are they the exact set as cookware can have different version under the same brand, keen to buy a set.

  • Its a good deal, but I feel that their RPR prices are not real.

  • What's Pyrolux though, I can't find such manufacturer. Is that another virtual brand of Hong Kong's Sky Chain Trading, like Baccarat and Arcosteel?


    • Seems it's a brand with no internet presence.

  • Hey I order the Tefal & it was never shipped from Myer - no one to talk to. shit service. Might be cheap, but yu never get it delivered, so why bother?

  • I can't vouch for this "Pyrostone" range, but I bought the Pyrolux "Pyrosteel" 7pc set ~2017.

    Here's my note:

    • They're imported via the Aus distrubitors of Scanpan, which is why their Pyrosteel range are cheap knockoffs of the scanpan impact range.
    • Really consider if you need a cookware set, especially a non-stick set like this. Much like knife sets, you're not saving money buying the set if you'll never use the set. I'd usually suggest 1 large stainless pot, 1 small stainless pot, 1 stainless pan and 1 non-stick pan would suit you better.
    • I run 2 non-stick pans but do yourself a favour and buy a good non-stick pan once, and only hand wash.
    • Those RRP are garbage, try elsewhere. I usually find peters of kensington and everton decent.
    • I've been extremely happy with their all-stainless range. 4 years of hard use, dishwashing, etc. and nothing has budged. YMMV, I went stainless for the longevity.
  • Honestly I’ve had cheap and quite expensive pans etc over the years but the ones I got the other week from Aldi for $20 are the best I’ve used. They’re ceramic white colour. Don’t stick and are so much easier to clean. Been cooking ever day with them and the build was like $100 pan. Super impressed and makes me cringe at the big $ pans I have.

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