Written on: 12/11/2013
I bought my first pan two yrs ago after relenting to the 'hard sell' of how good these pans are. At first it was brilliant but within a few months the surface was lifting off. I always used the recommended oils. After 1 yr the complete cooking surface was gone. Southern Cross Promotions Tauranga said a faulty batch was sent from the manufacturer and I was eventually sent a replacement after returning the pan by post to Tauranga. I had to argue with the company for them to refund the cost... (read more)
Written on: 13/09/2013 by Holdenss1 (1 review written)
Bought a large woll pan and pot for about $550 at the Christchurch home show, I use these 5 Days a week, and from about 6montgs the non stick starts wearing thin,under a year there badly flaked and have a rusted look to them, they actually flake worst than cheap pans, which is great if you like cancerise chemicals in your food, initially yes you probably won't find a better non stick but there not worth the extremely high cost when this is what u end up with. I doubt Gordon Ramsay users... (read more)
Written on: 12/05/2013 by tangyan1960 (1 review written)
I bought my wok in COSCO. I used to clean by steel roll in several times; I find the surface is scraxhed. Based on manufacture video, Wool cookwares are tested by scraching lab, and nothing happens. In fact, it is not true;I just use steel ball clean lightly for several times. The surface is damaged. I feel disappointed. (read more)
Written on: 11/05/2013
After paying nearly £100 for EACH pan (induction line) I discover after just over a year the non-stick coating in both pans started to deteriorate in different ways. VERY long story short, I have spoken verbally to both the UK seller from who I bought the pans and Woll Germany. Both seemed helpful in the beginning but after sending at least 4 emails to each of them I have had not one reply. No matter what the tone of the email I sent, I got nothing what-so-ever back. Sp the "skinny"... (read more)
Written on: 17/04/2013
This cookware is amazing. It really is the best non stick pan i have used. I love the detachable handle, it is so easy to put the cookware in the oven. The non stick surface actually stays non stick too (i've had mine for 3years and i use it every single day for every meal.) I love that i can turn the heat up to max without damaging the pan, and it cooks my steak just perfectly. I was even told that I can use metal inside of the pan too. If you are thinking about buying this cookware but you... (read more)
Written on: 27/03/2013 by Kiwichick13
I bought my pan in NZ from a home show and have not once regretted the decision. It is by far the best pan I've used, and trust me when I say I've bought them all. The surface is far more stronger than any of my other pans and never has cleaning been so easy, you really can wipe it clean. It does everything I was promised it would and I'll never cook with anything else again. (read more)
Written on: 28/12/2012 by Ianb599
We have owned a Woll frying pan for at least 3 years. It was bought at Ideal Home show. It is by far the best purchase we have ever made in terms of cooking equipment, it has truly been a revelation. Cleaning is so simple and mostly needs just cleaning with warm soapy water and kitchen roll. Cooking is pure joy !!!!!! (read more)
Written on: 10/08/2012 by CathJdddddd
I bought my Nowo Frypan 5 years ago and was told that I could use metal utensils as you could not scratch away the titanium surface. I was told this is because the surface goes all the way through the frypan, if you scratch the surface, it's simply more non stick titanium underneath. Now I'm starting to see bits of silver appearing beneath the non stick surface - my frypan which was supposed to last forever has lasted 5 years. The non stick didn't last long at all which was a bit... (read more)
Written on: 20/06/2012
I have owned the logic fry pan for 4 years and have 4 other Woll products. I experienced what many others have - great for 6-12 months then started to stick. I called the store and he asked me to scrape my nail across the surface - a residue had built up and this causes the sticking. He told me to get dishwasher powder and a scourer and scrub it and scrub it until clean. I do this about every 3 months and the pan is still good. The surface doesn't look as even as it did but the salesman... (read more)
Written on: 08/06/2012
I purchased a Woll frypan in March 2011. Within a few months the non-stick surface was useless even though we were very careful and followed instructions. I brought the pan to a rep at another home show who kindly replaced it for me in Dec. 2011. Within 4 months of having this new pan, the non-stick surface was peeling away! I called the company today who told me the guarantee was not going to be honoured because I had used it improperly and all she would do was offer me an alternate... (read more)
Written on: 08/04/2012 by Bob2041 (1 review written)
Now this is a hard review for me to write and my first one ever. Woll products are extremely good although I know of a friend who had a problem with one of their pans. Proven Products, the UK supplier are quite frankly shocking. Yes, the lifetime guarantee is great if they really mean it. It is surprising how difficult it is to get a replacement if the item proves to be faulty. My friend contacted Germany and Woll intervened. Proven Products finally replied and sorted out the... (read more)
Written on: 26/03/2012 by Sticklet (1 review written)
Just this weekend purchased two woll pans from the ideal home show at a cost of £150, after arriving home we found that no knob for the lid was present and after reading the small print we find that there is no lifetime guarantee as promised by the salesman at the show, they certainly talk a good name but after reading the small print and the other reviews certainly regret the purchase, avoid like the plague ! (read more)
Written on: 09/03/2012
Bought pan for £75 at Grand Designs Live 2 years ago. Demonstration was fab and told us about the lifetime guarantee. Over the last 6 months it has started to stick and has got progressively worse. Contacted the company via it's website to activate the guarantee but no response. Contacted again and still no response. Tried the phone number and got cut off. This company has no customer service - DO NOT BUY THEIR PRODUCTS. They are great products for a couple of years but then degrade the... (read more)
Written on: 03/09/2011 by WellingtonTim (3 reviews written)
After a lifetime of buying cheap cooking pots that lasted no time at all, we decided to invest in decent cooking pots. I saw the Woll range demonstrated at the Good Food show at the NEC and the pans looked indestructable and we were told they would last a lifetime, so we bought the large frying pan with lid. However, after a few months, the non-stick surface was damaged. We didn't use metal cooking implements or scratch the surface with spoons etc, the surface of the pan became rough and... (read more)
Written on: 05/05/2011 by plodder48 (1 review written)
Please do not believe Woll when they claim a lifetime guarantee on their products; they is no gaurantee. When I return a pan recently I was told by their Customer Service department that "I had used olive oil" and that had caused the pan to stick. Also I was told that the non-stick coating was not covered by the lifetime guarantee. Can you believe that they market a pan that should not be used with olive oil. My advice would be to avoid all Woll products, I would not touch one with a barge pole. (read more)
Written on: 06/04/2011 by yanmaschke (1 review written)
I wasn't able to post this as question, hence trying the "review" section.
I was looking at cookware, I understand that enameled cast iron is good as slow cooking dutch ovens but not sure as fry pan / skillet as cast iron is heavy (and may not heat up as fast). A friend of mine suggested that i look at titanium pans made in Germany, I learned that Woll is the best manufacturer and I like the design of its Logic line. Based on the mixed reviews below I am confused as it's supposed to be... (read more)
Written on: 18/03/2011
I own Woll cookware and continue to add to my set whenever I can afford it. It is expensive but, well worth every penny. I have read the reviews of some people who have experienced sticking over prolonged use. This may be a result of a slight burn building up in the bottom of the pan. The burn can be removed by boiling water with dish soap and letting it simmer until most of the water is gone. (stay with it on the stove) Once this is done, rewash the pan with soapy water and re-season the... (read more)
Written on: 15/11/2010
I bought my logic frying pan as my birthday present 10 months ago.
I admit it's not as non-stick as it was then, but it still is brilliant.
Maintaining the condition is so easy. I only use wooden or plastic utensils to stir vegies and rice and such. Only thing that sticks so far is middle grain rice (the sticky one).
Most of the time, all I have to do is to pour some hot water to lift food residue, tip the water out, then let the sponge slide to get rid of whatever stuck on the surface and... (read more)
Written on: 02/07/2010
I bought my Woll Pot about 7 Years ago at a homeshow in Scotland, It did me great for a while then everything started sticking, as it has a lifetime gaurntee, I wrote an email to Woll in Germany, and they answered me to simply send my Pot to Provan Products in Nottingham without the handle or lid and they will sort it out, So I did and wrote a letter, It cost me £10 postage , but they are going to fix it and return it to me, with no issues or further cost . I hope this helps others in what... (read more)
Written on: 22/04/2010
Had four pans given to me by my husband and his family for big birthday and they are all wonderful, never use metal kitchen tools in them, only wood and heat proof spatula.
Lid shattered in AGA but was replaced instantly by company that sold them to my husband.
Look after them and they will serve you well.
Having tried my father in laws a few times I knew that it is best to heat the pan before adding food, this helps seal the food and cook it more evenly. (read more)
Written on: 07/04/2010 by rileyvl (1 review written)
I bought my pan 2 years ago,brilliant at first,however for the last 6 months at least everything sticks to the bottom!This was a very expencive pan which i do believe was a fab buy - but was has happened.I can't find the reciept so where do i go from here ?
Can anyone help? (read more)
Written on: 22/06/2009 by Cam78
We bought our Woll Cookware Logic Titanium Range fry pan 9 months ago. Fantactic frypan to start with until after about a month everything I cooked in it started sticking. The frypan now never gets used as the base is now NOT non stick and for the price I paid, very disappointed. (read more)
Written on: 13/03/2009 by bensem (2 reviews written)
I just bought a second hand Woll Titanium Fry Pan from my neighbor in Garage Sale a month ago. I shocked when she asked me $40 CAD for 8" size 5 year old fry pan. She said this even worth more. She said the price for new is more than $200. I accepted it and now I see it's unbelievable. It had no scratch on it and it ' s absolutely non-stick. I love it. Now I believe that I bought it cheap. I will buy some other pieces as soon as saving some money.
Thanks to Woll Germany for the great... (read more)
Written on: 01/03/2009
The Woll Cookware Logic Titanium Range is the best pan I ever had, can recommend it to everyone. I know I will not buy another pan again. Non stick, Fabulous roasts. (read more)
Written on: 07/02/2009
My pan was Brilliant at first. Lets face it EVERYONE uses oil to cook at some stage. Apparently the use of said oil is degrading the non stick properties of my Woll Cookware Logic pan! I find this disappointing, especially given the price of the pan. I now need to go out and spend a fortune on another pan instead!!! (read more)
Written on: 14/05/2008 by miro1 (1 review written)
Woll Cookware Logic Titanium Range hosts one of the best frying pans available. Heavy duty titanium based coating, practically can be used without oil, easy handling and cleaning - the perfect choice for a tasty and long lasting cooking results. more information can be found at www.woll-cookware.com or www.woll-cookware.co.il (read more)
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