Written on: 18/05/2013 by jennybruce
Perfect size shape and function. However, after 2 years (not heavy) use, having never been put in the dishwasher, or scoured, the tefal coating is peeling off. So much so that it cannot be used as it is now a health hazard. Truly disappointed. Cost very definitely not justified. (read more)
Written on: 15/04/2013 by Hallsyk (12 reviews written)
Having got this kit I must say the we are very please with it, the non stick pan are beautiful to see, great to handle and you can really see that they are top quality. We also bough the three piece stainless steel pan set which was just under £50 and I must say that the quality is amazing, Tefal have always been the best in this and this time are just as good. (read more)
Written on: 02/03/2013 by EileenMitchell
I bought a set of Hot stuff pans about 6 months ago. Why Jamie Oliver would put his name to this item is beyond belief. The lids and handles of these pans are so dangerous because they get so hot. The handle gets too hot for you to be able to take the lid off. The pans were quite expensive so why after only 6 months do they look old and tatty. Come on Jamie you're a great chef so why put your name to something that is dangerous and not fit for perpose. (read more)
Written on: 22/02/2013 by Goode (2 reviews written)
AUSTRALIAN LAW. Without proof of purchase, receipt or visa transaction - GUARANTEE OF THE NON STICK COATING does NOT EXIST. THEY FIND THE LOOPHOLE IN THE LEGISLATION to their benefit in negating any responsibility of the Lifetime Guarantee on the non stick surface. Instead of observing good Marketing Principles, they hide behind the 'proof of purchase legislation'. I, on the other hand, have a frying pan, with no proof of purchase: I personally feel as though I am being accused of... (read more)
Written on: 23/01/2013 by Gumbyson (1 review written)
Like every single other review on her for Jamie Oliver pans, I too am pretty disgusted at the state they are in after just a couple of years. The anodised coating looks like I have been at it with an angle grinder and the non stick coating is coming off every one of them. I have never used anything but wooden utensils and never put them in a dishwasher. Every time I use them now I get black bits in the food, and afterwards I have to soak them for ages to get the food off the bare metal... (read more)
Written on: 09/09/2012 by Deborahski (1 review written)
I bought these pans when I moved into my new house 6years ago. Within 6 months the lining of the pan had started to peel and black bits were in my food every time I used them. I never use metal equipment on my pans, only silicone or plastic and I cared for them as I was instructed. What do I do with them now??? A complete waste of money, they weren't cheap, and I have had to replace all of them. The royal Worcester plates are showing sighns of black patches coming through them too........ (read more)
Written on: 17/06/2012
Jamie Oliver pans are a waste of money. I had my first pans for 1 year when 2 started to blister and peel, and the outside was scratched from the gas hotplate. I returned them to Tefal personally where they were grudgingly replaced after I endured a lecture about how to care for them including never to heat an empty pan which is ridiculous for a frypan. I have cared for these ones like my best china teatowels layered between themn to avoind scratching, wettex in bottom of sink when... (read more)
Written on: 04/02/2012 by shaane (1 review written)
I loved my 2 JM pans when I bought them 3 years ago and have been meticulous in looking after them. I have already had one replaced but even that now looks terrible, the red spot doesn't colour up properly any more and the surface is degrading. They have a lifetime guarantee but certainly won't last another 5 years! Trying to get them replaced again seems impossible asthe agents don't want to know you and put up all sorts of excuses. I WOULD NEVER BUY JAMIE OLIVER NON STICK AGAIN. (read more)
Written on: 06/01/2012
I purchased an entire set of Jamie Oliver non-stick T-Fal pots and pans four years ago. I never, EVER use abrasive utensils, nor do I put the pieces in the dishwasher so I was horrified to see that one of the pots has started to peel BADLY. I paid almost $400.00 Cdn for this set because I was getting (read more)
Written on: 14/10/2011 by Turkeyboy
I am a chef of 44 years experience and have used many different pans.I think a lot of Jamie and decided to buy his pro pans rather than the cheaper tefal pans. oh! what a big mistake. We bought the small and large frying pan and after the very first time of using, the small stuck badly. Returned it to debenhams where we bought them from and after big argument finally got it replaced. Within only amonth of using both pans Iwas pulling my hair out as everything we tried to cook stuck like ****... (read more)
Written on: 14/08/2011 by sueleesr
I spent £150 on a set of these pans in a sale a few years ago. Within a couple of years the small pan lining started to blister and break away. I have never used metal utensils in them and never put them in the dishwasher. Now all saucepans are the same and the small one is going rusty where scored. I don't use it anymore. I chased up the lifetime guarantee and was told I had to send the pans in the post to Birmingham where they would be examined to see if they qualified. As I... (read more)
Written on: 02/08/2011 by leroymelbaustralia
We thought we were buying a quality item, expensive yes ! I remember taking it fromk the box and cooking on it was great. Non stick, cleaned easily but the more you use it the cra p p e r it gets. This is a consistent issue as Tefal replaced our first one. We use it very often and consistently so therefore the duration has been the same. 12 months. We bought ours from Myer and even the sales staff agree they are c r a p . Standing in line at Aldi with a cheaper replacement and a... (read more)
Written on: 07/06/2011
I bought this set and have been nothing but disappointed. I keep trying to convince myself they are okay and maybe it's me not treating them correctly, but sadly, that's not the case. My frying pan is shot, needs to be tossed and each of my stock/soup pots are ruined. Normally Tefal makes good products but something went terribly wrong here. Don't waste your money. I bought a cheap set that lasted years. Wish I had kept it. (read more)
Written on: 08/05/2011
Rubbish! Got a set of these for a wedding present exactly 2 years ago, unstable, don't stack without falling over and now two years on are all but useless for cooking as well. They are supposed to be dishwasher safe but that's a joke, if you read the small print this is only if you basically wrap them in plastic before putting them in the dishwasher and don't scratch the coating at all, difficult with a normal gas hob. All the anodised coating had come off leaving the pans looking knackered... (read more)
Written on: 26/04/2011
Had a 30cm pan which slowly lost its non-stick abilities to the point it flaked off over 24 months. I claimed via Tefal who process claims through WERL. Neither Tefal or WERL put you through for 10 minutes and it has taken me 8 months and 10 calls to get the replacement (which has still to arrive) - the effort and cost in calls would have cost me twice as much but I continued out of principle.
So - average product and worthless guarantee.
I like Jamie's books though.... (read more)
Written on: 21/04/2011 by philc7000 (1 review written)
This is a review of the Jamie Oliver line of Frying Pans by Tefal.
Given that I won my first prize as a cook aged 8 in a National final, I have always felt a bond between myself and Jamie Oliver, who also started young.
Now much older and and experienced cook and Engineer among my talents to boot, I still share my liking for Jamie's recipes.
Unfortunately, this does not go for the cookware he puts his name to, and I found out after shedding the packaging, having bought online - buying... (read more)
Written on: 17/04/2011
I bought a saucepan set and extra frypan. This product is overpriced and poor quality. Pots are unbalanced when empty, one lid handle came off, teflon coating has peeled off in places. I always followed instructions and never put it in the dishwasher, never used metal utensils, but it still lasted less than 2 years - very poor for the price. Would never buy again and wouldn't recommend to anybody. (read more)
Written on: 30/03/2011
I own the SS/Copper JO Professional Series set. I did not even consider acquiring non-stick given what I have seen in the past regarding the shortcomings of the evangelistic sales pitches around technical improvements to the coating. Why waste the money -- go with what is tried and true. Uncoated all the way! Beautiful stuff. 5 stars for SS/Copper-Heart. (read more)
Written on: 16/03/2011
I purchased a Jamie Oliver Tefal fry pan at The Bay about 14 months ago. Just after purchasing it, I noticed that the grommets used to hold the handle to the pan did not lie flat. I didn't think it would effect the performance of the pan, so decided to just live with it. Now, the non-stick coating is peeling off in beneath the grommet which is at an angle. I can't use the pan in this shape. Do I have to just toss it and chose Allclad from here on? (read more)
Written on: 21/01/2011
COOKWARE, BAKEWARE AND PRESSURE COOKERS
Limited Lifetime Warranty
Tefal warrants the handles, body, knobs, lids and fixings of the non-stick pan and pressure cookers to be free of any manufacturing defects from the date of purchase for a period of 12 months. The non-stick coating is guaranteed for the life of the pan against blistering or peeling.
Those people having trouble with non-stick coating, supposedly the pans have a lifetime guarantee.
Spread the word! Don't buy Jamie Oliver... (read more)
Written on: 04/12/2010
The 30cm JO Tefal frying pan has been a huge disappontment. Thought we were investing in quality cookware but after about 14 months it is now useless - can hardly see the red spot in the centre as interior is so blackened. Food smokes and burns in this pan. Also, it is so heavy, hubby has to lift and tilt it for me when it is hot. Like so many others -wish I'd read the reviews! JO needs to reconsider the products he endorses. (read more)
Written on: 10/11/2010
I wish I had read reviews on the JO anodised saucepans before buying them. After 12 months they were ruined so Tefal replaced them.. after 18 months they are worse and Tefal are now saying that they only had a 12 month guarentee. Does anyone out there still have the paperwork that came with them as I thought that they had a much longer guarentee than that. My complaint has been rudely dismissed but am not happy to leave it there even if it means tracking Jamie down himself!!! (read more)
Written on: 09/11/2010
We moved house and decided to invest in a 'decent set of saucepans' for the new kitchen. On first appearance and having looked around these pans looked like they were exactly what we wanted!
Truth is - Initially they did the job and we were pleased. After a year the pans are now un-usable!The non stick covering on the pans has begun to 'flake off' and this means any food prepared in them has metal flakes as an added extra!
despite getting in touch with Tefal and Jamie Oliver we have had no... (read more)
Written on: 07/11/2010
I bought a cooking pan and the wok pan, both are totally not worth the money, just used now and then but inside came lose, so same experience as most reactions.
Written on: 24/09/2010
I totally agree. I bought the hard anodised cookware and it sticks like crazy.The range at Kmart at $15.00 is a much better buy. What a waste of money. Wished I read the reviews before buying.
Ann (read more)
Written on: 16/09/2010
Jamie Oliver saucepans - huuuuge disappointment and waste of money!! Outside coating came off after only 2 weeks of use! Wish i read reviews before buying it. Putting JO down big time (read more)
Written on: 10/09/2010
Bought 2 of these pans just over 2 years ago .. Very expensive and they are now near to useless .. everything sticks and they are peeling. total waste of money .... Rubbish (read more)
Written on: 08/08/2010
Paid top dollar for Jamie Oliver Tefal frypan, what a load of rubbish it has turned out to be.
The local Supermarket pan has outlived it!! (read more)
Written on: 23/05/2010
Jamie Oliver saucepans - awful! Outside coating came off after 6 weeks, they fall over on the hob, I cannot lift the lids off without using an oven glove, what a waste of money! (read more)
Written on: 29/04/2010
Total rubbish. All the anodised outside has come off and they are now flaking on the inside. I am waiting for a free replacement. Apparently it is due to me washing them in a dishwasher - the exact reason why I bought them in the first place! However that is really not the point. They are not fit for purpose in my view. I am not going to be left with a set of really expensive poor quality pans and will persue Tefal.
Oh and they fall over on the hob all the time too - realised this... (read more)
Written on: 04/04/2010
Shame I didn't check out before I bought the pans they are as everyone says a big disapointment all the non-stick is starting to peel away and the outside is easily scratched.
Also the smaller pans are not well balanced and fall over easily, I did buy them because they looked good and from a distance they still do! (read more)
Written on: 30/03/2010 by jmw1 (2 reviews written)
well i bought this set for my son for his new flat he likes it a lot, i think its the whole J.O label about it all that makes him like it, i got mine from www.castironcookwarestore.co.uk they have other nice sets but this is probably the best one they have. The handles are good for gripping, but my son is so useless that he has a tendency to drop them, i think they are quite good for resistance against cleaning.
recommended! :) (read more)
Written on: 19/02/2010
I bought the Jamie Oliver 30cm frying pan exactly 2 years ago and I am setting out to replace it this weekend. I have enjoyed using it as the thick base has given some good even cooking results, and the balance of the pan is good. The big down side is that the non-stick surface is really wearing out now, hence the need to replace. I expected more longevity for the price. (read more)
Written on: 04/02/2010
I have the full set of Jamie Oliver Tefal pots and the non-stick has come off the Wok, 2 of my frying pans and my saut pan and I am finding it very difficult to communicate with Wesco Electrical (UK) Ltd who are making me feel like I have done something wrong even though they supposedly have a life time warrantee... Expensive doesnt mean quality in this instance (read more)
Written on: 01/02/2010
Bought the whole set of Anodised pots / pans for my hubbie as he loves cooking. Needless to say, although the cookware are not that old and do not get used everyday, they look old and scratched. And we used silicone utensil to ensure they would not scrathc?? Also never ever drop the glas lid. Dropped one, it shattered and it has taken over two months to try and get it replaced, and still no joy.
Written on: 22/01/2010
Bought for £200 from Debenhams and within twelve months the outside plating has eroded and the non stick coating is coming off the inside. A load of old rubbish and I'm getting them replaced for another set by Tefal. There is very little positive to say about this and when I tried to contact Jamie Oliver via his website, I didn't even get an acknowledgement of the complaint. Surprised he'd continue to endorse such a poor product! (read more)
Written on: 21/11/2009 by White Night (1 review written)
Bought the set of Tefal Professional Jamie Oliver Saucepans on the basis of the advertised quality and longevity, and on the assumption that professional meant high quality and capable of daily use, and because Jamie has a positive reputation and wouldn't want his name on a duff product. He and I both got that one wrong - the pans are as duff as duff can be. Two and a half years later I've put them in the dustbin...... the black anodising on the outside has come off leaving bare aluminium... (read more)
Written on: 27/10/2009
I had several sizes and varieties of the tefal pans and pots with black outside finish. This cookware looks great and the sizes and types of pans available are very good, however none of my saute pans or fry pan bottoms were perfectly flat (slight rise in centre). The finish inside all the pans began to peel after the first year, even with careful use, and not exceeding reccommended teperature. (read more)
Written on: 18/10/2009
we got our set for a wedding gift 3 years ago the pots are not holding up as good as our marrage, we only us plastic stiring utensels on them but they are still getting scratched and the te-fal it comming off. (read more)
Written on: 30/09/2009
I have had jamie oliver by Tefal hard anodized saucepans for approx 3 years now and have never been happy with them. Almost immediately, the outside coating started wearing away, I put them in the dishwasher as they're supposed to be dishwasher safe, but can only think it is the dishwasher that has done this to them. They started out a nice dark grey colour and are now light grey with scratches and scuffs all over them. The non-stick is just starting to come off despite the fact I have... (read more)
Written on: 13/08/2009 by bevaness (1 review written)
I have had the Jamie Oliver Cookware by Tefal 30cm saute pan (italian series) for nearly two years now. It's a lovely pan to begin with but despite me having handled it with kid gloves (I have never used metal utensils) the bottom of the pan is very scratched and the non stick coating is flaking away at the corners of the pan. Very disappointing indeed. (read more)
Written on: 17/05/2009
We had the Jamie Oliver Cookware by Tefal pan set bought for a wedding present three & a half years ago and I have just had to buy another pan set as they look really awful and tatty. The bases have marked and the non-scratch is all scratched inside even though I only use wooden spoons. (read more)
Written on: 23/03/2009 by Yaelmccormick
I had the 6 piece set (hard anodized) from Jamie Oliver Cookware for less than 6 weeks before the non-stick surface started peeling in various places, on both the 26cm frying pan and the 18cm pot. I am very disapointed as I have been extremely careful with all of the pots and pans and didn't use metal utinsels even though the manufacture claims and advertises that the cookware is meant to be tough enough for that. I had great expectations and am very unhappy with the results. I wish someone... (read more)
Written on: 08/02/2009 by Crashmore
I dropped the timing deviceo on my Jamie Oliver Cookware, accidentally - obviously - in the washing up water, and now cannot trace how to get a replacement on line. Fantastic cooking method I have used since 1953. Now have my latest modern Clipso Jamie Oliver Professional which has been absolutely first class. At least two Web site sources have declined my email (used without fault for 12 years), and even worse their own www. is not recognisable to my system either. We are getting hungry... (read more)
Written on: 22/07/2008 by Margie Chisholm
Jamie Oliver Cookware from Tefal is the best cookware I've ever used in my 55.6 years of food preparation. I only wish I had started out with it. I love the insulated pot handles , no worries about burning fingers. I really like how easily it cleans up, we have to conserve water here during the hot summer months, so using less water during clean up is a plus.
I notice that potatoes cook rapidly without discoloring. For some reason vegs... (read more)
Written on: 24/08/2005 by Mrs CRS
If I had to give up all my pans but one I would keep the Jamie Oliver Stainless pan. I use it every day. I own the best, All Clad, the most expensive French and Italian Copper pans, Calaphon, (my father was a chef) but Jamie Oliver's is the best by far.
1) Cooks evenly.
2) Heats very hot, very fast, empty for searing.
3) The handle is brilliantly ergonomic, a true pleasure for a female hand, It lifts like a light pan cooks like a very heavy pan. (read more)
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