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It has a lifetime warranty

My fabulous copper non-stick pan sticks like all hell.  So I check the paper that came with the pan and yes, I have a lifetime warranty.  However, I have to pay to ship the pan back to the company to get a replacement.  Which means I basically pay for a new pan.  No wonder the landfills are full of these copper pans.  They work great for a few weeks and then you dispose of them in the dustbin with a thick layer of stuck on food.

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  •  diogenese19348: 
     

    Way back when I worked in a low-end store that had a hardware section with a garbage line of Chinese knock-off tools with the brand name "Super Craft".  Each one of these little gems had a "Life time Warranty" label - including the sand paper.  I always wondered what the hell that was supposed to mean.  Surprisingly nobody ever returned it.

     
     8 days ago 
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  •  SecretCorners: 
     

    What gets me is that the warranty is useless if the cost of returning the pan is the same as just buying a new one.

     
     9 days ago 
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  •  DebbieJo: 
     

    I bought a set of these pans also.  The large one still works great and I love using it in the oven.  The smaller one, not so much.  It says in big letters that come with the set, DO NOT USE NONSTICK SPRAYS OR OILS, so I followed what they said.  Put a few hot dogs in the pan for the kiddos and yep, stuck like glue and the black will not come off.  So I feel your pain sister.  No more copper pans for me.

     
     9 days ago·2 replies2 replies 
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    •  SecretCorners: 
       

      The only way I can cook in my pan now is to use oil; otherwise it is just a mess.

       
       9 days ago 
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    •  SecretCorners: 
       

      I have heard about not using non-stick sprays but certain foods like meats are going to have oils in them.  So are these pans just for sautéing veggies?  I can't remember exactly what they cook on the adverts.

       
       9 days ago 
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  •  beatleguy: 
     

    Maybe they're just Guaranteed to stick around for Life, just not be usable?

     
     9 days ago 
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  •  SecretCorners: 
     

    These pans sure look slick on the adverts.  I wonder if they have some special coating for the adverts, maybe some Slick 50 or STP.

     
     9 days ago 
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  •  ghostrider: 
     

    hate some them cheap ass pans..half the pans i have r aluminum coated..just save it and make a drum kit..stevo may agree..or drill bunch holes in it..and make a wind chime..it will help keep deer away..not so good or easy on the eye unless you hang them 30 yrds back in the wood..lol

     
     9 days ago 
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Posted: 11.07.2018
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