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    another for 'rock' pans from CT

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    Necro bump for cheap Canadian tire t-fal pans. I went to these, and I have been happy this whole time.
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    Good prices but I find that T-Fal chips and scratches too easily even with wooden and silicone utensils.

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    They won't last forever, but for that price, worth it for many people.
    I can eat more hot wings than you.

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    If anyone has some time on thier hands, ready the whole thread. I had expensive pans, and I was unhappy. Now I have cheap pans, and I'm happy. Have had no issues with chipping coating or anything either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CompletelyNumb View Post
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    They won't last forever, but for that price, worth it for many people.
    The T-Fal website doesn't say what the coating is. Assuming it is Teflon, eating it adds nothing to the flavour of my dishes and gives me itchy bum. It is also only safe to 175C/350F, frying temp, which is not very high.

    This entry level All-Clad 2 piece set is on sale at the bay for $79.99. PFOA-free nonstick coating. Safe to 500F. I have these (have never used the 8" pan and don't need it if anyone wants to buy it from me). It's a lot more durable than the T-Fal (owned a variation a long time ago) and will last much longer. My All Clad D5 non-stick lasted about 4 years. It was still acceptable and could probably drag it out for another year, but you can see the wear. These ones are cheaper so probably 3 years? The T-Fals I had lasted about 9 months each on wooden and silicone utensils, hand washed.

    https://www.thebay.com/product/all-c...r=BLACK_SILVER
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