mm20 wrote:My wife and I bought these when we got married six years ago- we love them. I like the weight distribution especially. Take care of them, and they'll take care of you. We're just now getting around to replacing the 10 inch and 12 inch skillet, because we use them at least once a day, sometimes twice on the weekends. These are pretty solid.
To clarify, since Woot! seems to think I may have similar pots and pans: we have these pans. This exact line. They've only ever been cleaned with a sponge; nothing abrasive has ever been used to clean them. We've never used anything except wood, plastic, or rubber utensils. We do not stack them on top of or in each other. They've never been burned.
As long as you care for them, they're great pans. As I said above, I like the weight distribution, and as a former cook, I'm very particular about how a pan feels in my hands. No, they won't last you forever- no pans will. But with some common sense, they'll last you many years.
Day 1 of the 12 days of Crap- about 1 minute in, sold out.
Day 2 of the 12 days of Crap- about 45 seconds in, sold out.
Day 3 of the 12 days of Crap- about 30 seconds in, antechamber of doom.
Day 4 of the 12 days of Crap- exactly 22 seconds in, antechamber of doom.
Day 5 of the 12 days of Crap- missed out on even trying- "I'll only be a second".
Day 6 of the 12 days of Crap- I fell asleep, and didn't deserve a shot at it.
Day 7 of the 12 days of Crap. I have completely given up hope.
Day 8 of the 12 days of Crap. 30 seconds. Antechamber of doom. Nothing I do makes this go any faster.
Day 9 of the 12 days of Crap. I gave up and took my wife to see Macklemore and Ryan Lewis instead of Woot!ing.
Day 10 of the 12 days of Crap. I officially call BS on this. I was already in the antechamber of doom just 15 seconds after the video went live- and I sat THERE for two minutes. And missed out.
Shooting for about 10 seconds I guess, which means somewhere around day 9 or 10 I may get lucky.