Curtis Stone cookware
I was reading some of the reviews and they were saying that the warranty is voided if you use metal utensils and that it scratched the pans up when they did. It has lots of good reviews too. I wonder why there is this discrepency? In the presentation first thing off the bat was
C. Stone saying that they worked so hard on making them so that you could use metal on them and basically saying that you could use metal without harming them and nothing at all about the warranty.. Please be honest HSN.
I bought the TS 2 frypans. That was in March 2015. Of course they are starting to chip now that the warranty is up!!!
I’m very dissapointed.
Curtis Stone fry pan…..I got two during that $59. special…..gave one to my son…we love it so much and use it often….it’s on my stove at all times. We’ve used occasional metal utensils and it’s really like "stone"….so far…..Agi
They are so nice looking and look so nice. I would hope that they wouldn’t scratch up. That is about the price I paid for my hard anodized set 10 years ago and I always thought that was the average fair price for a good set of cookware. I’m not really budgeted for mistakes, returns and such. I like to research and get it right, but I’m still in the looking stage anyhow and hanging on to my old set for now. Thanks for your replies.
I personally like stainless steel over any nonstick pans. I did see some "durastone" pans in a store and they looked really nice but do not remember what brand it was. In general I am not sure about any nonstick cookware in general.
My WP SS pans have had daily use and still cook and perform great even after many years. These pans can go into the oven for sure and I prefer to make banana bread in the 3 qt saucepan!
Those non-stick finishes seem very unhealthy to me. I have used them in the past but now I only use stainless steel and cast iron.
Apparently Curtis didn’t get the company’s / HSN memo.
Part of the reason I dislike All of this nonstick stuff. If you allow a pan to stay in the often for some time, at 250 degrees, the pan will reach 375 degrees. I guess at 375 the nonstich coating material breaks down. Those odors, fumes and particles can not be healthy or safe.
It’s hard these days to find regular stainless steel, iron, aluminun cookware without that nonstick stuff.
t42vek20: I would call customer service and tell them what you heard and ask what is exactly written on the warranty and to clarify this for you!
I’m very sure they will have an answer! HSN’s customer service is amazing and I have found them to be extremely helpful and one of the best!! Good Luck! :womanvery-happy:
If anyone believes they can get a quality set of cookware for such a low price…they’re living in a fantasy world.
You get what you pay for.
Posted in Kitchen & Food
05.02.16 8:49 PM