Written on: 29/02/2012
Once upon a time, we really believed in Cuisinox, the product is durable and has a lifetime warranty. Except: The company does not honour their warranty. We have a Cuisinox Elite 30 cm diam. deep skillet with Excalibur® which is rusting and the company will not replace it. The pan was not abused in any way but the coating on the pan is worn in places and is beginning to rust. All we wanted was for them to replace it… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/05/2010 by Catherine16 (2 reviews written)
Nice cookware, but I think it's a bit too expensive.
But really easy to use, and we can make great things with it!… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/04/2010
Cuisinox cookware is the best quality cookware out there. The price for what you are getting is incridible. I have bought many Cuisinox items and have never been let down by their performance. They cook perfectly and in the right amount of time. I bought my items online at best-cookware-set.com go look for yourself… Read Full Review
Written on: 17/01/2010
Was just looking to see if Cuisonox cookware is still available. Have had three saucespans for about 20 years and they look like new and still are perfect for cooking; really easy to clean too - just a quick wash mostly. Am thinking about buying a saute/frying pan from the range as my heavy Le Creuset pan is not that brilliant. Made a Spanish omellette last night and it wasn't a great success as everything stuck. Does anyone think a Cuisonox pan would do the trick. There are so many pans… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/06/2009
Good heat distribution through Cuisinox Elysee Cookware pans. However, handles can sometimes get warm. After 12 years of use they still look brand new. … Read Full Review
Written on: 03/01/2009
The old style Cuisinox Elysee Cookware are wonderfully designed, the pans have been left on a flame all night , most would have disintegrated but after cleaning these still looked liked new. have had them for years… Read Full Review
Written on: 21/02/2008
We have had a set of saucepans and casserole for almost 20 years, used them relentlessly, and hope to go on doing so for many years to come. I was suspicious at first of getting burnt by the all-metal handles, but it really isn't a problem. If you are cooking with gas, just ensure that the flame doesn't rise up under the handle and you will be fine… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/11/2005 by claresheradan (1 review written)
I have had my Cuisinox Elysee pans for more than 20 years, and have been a professional cook so they have taken a battering, but they are still in great nick. Perhaps they don't stack, but I have never had a problem with the handles getting hot, even when cooking on gas.
You only need to buy Cuisinox in the size in which you are going to be cooking sauces, casseroles etc. You can use a much cheaper range for steaming veg etc.
I am about to buy more as a wedding present… Read Full Review
Written on: 31/08/2005 by JANET COLE (1 review written)
I was astonished to read the negative review of the Cuisinox Elysee Cookware. I have had saucepans, frying and saute pans and stock pot for more than 10 years and they are my favourite ever pans. I have just had an induction hob put in and I like these pans so much that I will be replacing all the older ones with the newer, induction-friendly, versions.
I guess everyone has their own tastes, but please do not judge these pans on their ability to stack up in a neat tower (which I have never… Read Full Review
Written on: 14/06/2005 by Adcock (1 review written)
Cuisinox Elysee Cookware:
Awkward to stack the pans on top of each other, the lids don't seat neatly so slide around when another pan is placed on top. Both pan and lid handles HAVE to be handled with oven gloves if cooking for more than 10 mins. I cook with gas but am very careful to keep pan handle away from heat but to no avail… Read Full Review
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