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T-Fal Pro Grade Titanium 12-PC Nonstick Cookware Set

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T-Fal Pro Grade Titanium 12-PC Nonstick Cookware Set
Price: $92.99
Shipping Options:: $5 Standard OR $10 Two-Day OR $20 One-Day
Shipping Estimates: Ships in 1-2 business days (Monday, Nov 13 to Tuesday, Nov 14) + transit
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cellura123


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are these teflon free?

nintendodude


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Any word on these at all?

bonnyglen


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Does "Induction Compatible" mean that they will work on induction ranges (ie.: will they get hot)?

ftschirgi


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cellura123 wrote:are these teflon free?


Nope. Totally Teflon.

ftschirgi


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nintendodude wrote:Any word on these at all?


I have had the big pan and the next smallest for years. They are great. Use just plastic/wood utensils on them and they will last for years of daily use. They Teflon however, does wear out but years of use.

ftschirgi


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bonnyglen wrote:Does "Induction Compatible" mean that they will work on induction ranges (ie.: will they get hot)?

Yes

Icejacker


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alejandro64


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ftschirgi wrote:Nope. Totally Teflon.



Is this good or bad?

alejandro64


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Can someone provide more detailed info about items in this set?

Which T-Fal Items they correspond?

radi0j0hn


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ftschirgi wrote:Nope. Totally Teflon.



NOT for use around pet birds. Look it up. Off-gassing at accidental high temps will kill them. Kinda creepy, don't you think? That's why I switched to cast-iron and never ever regretted it.

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david223


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I don't have this line of T Fal cookware. But I have a different line of T Fal Professional non- stick cookware. The only difference is this line is Titanium, and the one I have is Aluminum. The exact same coating. Yes, it is teflon but it has outlasted every other teflon pans I've had. It's the best non stick I've ever had. Love it.

dsmarrs


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Do the handles get hot?

hondaman88


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I have a similar set with silicone handles and it has been great. But... my wife didn't want to hand wash them and started using metal utensils, against my advice. They are now showing nicks and scratches in the inside finish. I've tried to point it out and explain, but what do I know.
Easy to hand wash because nothing sticks.
Hand wash and avoid metal utensils and these should last a long, long time.

TexasScout


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alejandro64 wrote:Is this good or bad?



As long as you keep the temps BELOW 400 deg F, you are fine. The red dot in the pan is temp sensitive. When it turns dark it’s time to oil and cook. Just remember to follow the “seasoning” instructions.

karrana


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But...but....for $95 at Amazon, I can get the similar version without the Teflon that is metal utensil friendly. Just how good a deal is this?

slambram


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david223 wrote:I don't have this line of T Fal cookware. But I have a different line of T Fal Professional non- stick cookware. The only difference is this line is Titanium, and the one I have is Aluminum. The exact same coating. Yes, it is teflon but it has outlasted every other teflon pans I've had. It's the best non stick I've ever had. Love it.



Same here. I still have my T-Fal 'Ingenio' (with the removable handles) set I bought 20 years ago. The Teflon coating is still in great shape after all that time.

stryderryu


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I have the large pan and will say it is great, but I much prefer to use my kitchenaid set for most of the cooking that does not particularly need nonstick. These do have a good weight to them and the handle does not get hot easily, but I do use electric sadly, so I can't vow that they won't get hot with gas.

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karrana wrote:But...but....for $95 at Amazon, I can get the similar version without the Teflon that is metal utensil friendly. Just how good a deal is this?



Any nonstick pan that claims it's metal utensil friendly is 100% bullshit.

I tried the non-Teflon pans and over time the non stick wears down and becomes stick. Teflon is basically non-stick for life. It won't hurt you but is toxic to parrots.

pvtrounstine


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The aluminum version of the t-fal pro is recommended by America's Test Kitchen and we have the 8, 10, and 12" and love them. They are perfect with a proper non metal spatula for eggs, and have lasted much, much longer than other non-stick. Of course they say have only the pieces you'd really need, but the sizes here are pretty practical if you haven't got much at home now.

philgonet


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Do any of the lids fit the fry pans also? This is important for certain dishes I cook in a skillet.
Hey woot! copy writers...It would be nice if they had the dimensions as well as the volume listed for the pots/lids...

patric9956


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tjsynkral wrote:Any nonstick pan that claims it's metal utensil friendly is 100% bullshit.

I tried the non-Teflon pans and over time the non stick wears down and becomes stick. Teflon is basically non-stick for life. It won't hurt you but is toxic to parrots.



Ever hear of the canary in the coal mine?

daveinwarshington


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hondaman88 wrote:I have a similar set with silicone handles and it has been great. But... my wife didn't want to hand wash them and started using metal utensils, against my advice. They are now showing nicks and scratches in the inside finish. I've tried to point it out and explain, but what do I know.
Easy to hand wash because nothing sticks.
Hand wash and avoid metal utensils and these should last a long, long time.

We also have this set and the silicone version (that isn't induction type). Both are great & last much longer than others we've tried.
This set with metal handles, the handles get kinda hot so be careful.
Yes, cast iron is best, but these work so good & easy. We use both!

daveinwarshington


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tjsynkral wrote:Any nonstick pan that claims it's metal utensil friendly is 100% bullshit.

I tried the non-Teflon pans and over time the non stick wears down and becomes stick. Teflon is basically non-stick for life. It won't hurt you but is toxic to parrots.

Yes. Never use metal on these.

I use teflon to clear our house of excessive parrots. Works great!!

philgonet


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patric9956 wrote:Ever hear of the canary in the coal mine?



Are you implying I should get a canary just to be sure, in case I overheat my Tfal pans??

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I have a T-Fal skillet and the coating is phenomenal. Had it for more years than I can remember, and cooked eggs slide around on it with just a shake, though I do add a coating of butter first.
Cleanup is just a rinse with water afterwards; it's still pristine even though I definitely overheated it on a few occasions. None worse for wear afterwards.

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david223 wrote:I don't have this line of T Fal cookware. But I have a different line of T Fal Professional non- stick cookware. The only difference is this line is Titanium, and the one I have is Aluminum. The exact same coating. Yes, it is teflon but it has outlasted every other teflon pans I've had. It's the best non stick I've ever had. Love it.



I have a variety of aluminum T-Fal. Does the titanium warp as badly?

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JMBadger wrote:I have a variety of aluminum T-Fal. Does the titanium warp as badly?



It's not really titanium as in the metal, of course- Mine is aluminum, and hasn't warped or anything like that, even though it's been overheated without anything in it. Wouldn't expect these would have any problems with warping. Haven't tried smelting with it or anything like that though.