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    Costco has a two piece OXO nonstick pan set that is cheap and works well.

    https://www.costco.ca/oxo-skillet-se...100703780.html

    I think it's on sale this week in-store for $40.

    It's not induction compatible though, it's all aluminum.

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    Regular non-induction low quality nonstick frying pans should be under $20 for any size or you paid too much. See my post history for discussions of this, but the regular sales at the triangle store for the t-fal thermospot type should be the baseline. Coating performance is excellent.
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    The OXO pans are a fair bit better than the T-Fal pans. Sadly CT no longer sells the T-Fal Professional pans, which were great.

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    Actually, everything T-Fal is complete raging shit that fails catastrophically the first time it's abused in any way whatsoever.
    But... Since it costs less than a 6-pack, it's simple to throw out and replace which you can probably do about 11 times before you've reached Paderno or Circulon money (or whatever the other fancy names are).

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    There's a thread about a reputable member who had "good non-stick pans" and switched to cheap shit and was happy.
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    There's a thread about a reputable member who had "good non-stick pans" and switched to cheap shit and was happy.
    I'm not arguing. There's huge pluses to both.
    What I can't get over is why people think it's so desirable that the fancy ones hold heat so well. That actually results in less sensitive temp control because when you turn the burner down, nothing fucking happens for another 4 min and all your shit burns.
    But that's a sign of "quality". Like Boris The Blade describing how the heavier handgun is more desirable.

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    My $9 small T-fal thermospot pans last 1-2 years with daily use and occasional metal utensils. That's sufficient durability for me.
    I do have a big All-Clad sauté pan that I enjoy as well. Each has thier place. Ideally I'd have two complete sets, but my duplex kitchen doesn't have enough storage for that.
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    I got a 10" AC non-stick from The Bay on a pricing error ("only" $50). Worked unbelievably great. Wore out after about 4 years. Wouldn't bother buying again.

    Sadly they cancelled the 12" SS AC skillet order.

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