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Message posted by kapiti24/6/2011 at 10:31pm
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I need to buy a non-stick panset for camping please, there are 4 of us.

Any recommendations please (not over 50).....

Thanks!

 

Lydia


Message posted by saftlad25/6/2011 at 6:05am
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Asda - 12

16", 18", 20" non-stick pan set. Combine with the Ikea blue frying pan and you won't need much else

Message posted by B Chrystie25/6/2011 at 8:08am
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Aldi have had them in for the past few weeks (8.99) - may still have some in.

Message posted by kapiti25/6/2011 at 8:37am
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forgot to mention that we are very short of space! They need to fit in side each other .

Message posted by linzbob25/6/2011 at 8:44am
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Hi bit late.. but we bought a set from  millets, was quite expensive 30 a number of years ago but its a tefal set and has  lasted VERY well everything fits  inside each other. has 3 pans (no idea on size but big med small and 2 frying pans that also act as lids for the pans. the big pan has own lid with a strainer built in. handle also fits into carry case

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Message posted by HEJC7225/6/2011 at 1:52pm
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I have the Coleman set which I find great:
http://www.simplyhike.co.uk/products/Coleman/FamilyCookSet.aspx

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Message posted by tootsie25/6/2011 at 2:30pm
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I got the Lakeland coloured stacking pan set for 45.00 instead of 89.00 in their clearance section because the box was damaged. They always seem to have at least one set reduced in my local Lakeland in Windsor, though they have got a whole floor of clearance stuff. If you can get them cheaply I can highly recommend them, they are perfect for a family,stack inside each other and the non stick coating is really good.

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Message posted by sunvalleysue25/6/2011 at 3:20pm
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i would buy a something that can be used at home,not one of those dedicated camping sets which imo are vastly overpriced and not very good when it comes to non-stick

Argos has plenty of sets to choose from,the one in my link has 3 saucepans and 2 frying pans and is non stick for 23.99.Or you can buy separate to suit your needs.

Ooops,just read your post about being able to stack inside each other

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Message posted by PigletandTigger25/6/2011 at 4:31pm
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Not sure where you live OP but I've got a Coleman Family set to sell, they are rubbish as when you tip the pans over to drain they slide of the handle...not quite sure who checked the spec on that design!

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