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Titanware?

My sister saw a roadshow demonstration of Titanware cookware at Sam's Club today, and she's extremely interested in buying a set, but we've been unable to find any sort of actual reviews for them online. We are in need of a new set of pans, but my sister's unwilling to invest in such an extremely pricey brand such as Calphalon. The Titanware pans do have a 30 year warranty against damage and warping, which is also interesting to her.

Does anyone here have any experience with Titanware?

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wolfsilveroak
Jan. 10th, 2010 11:40 pm (UTC)
Actually, the first posting on Consumer Reports HAS used the pans.

...purchased this. It works pretty well (it's very non-stick but not as non-stick as the vendor's demo-pans despite numerous seasonings). But one of frying pans started to chip off. The black 'non-stick' surface is chipping off on an edge and you can wipe small pieces away with your finger. You can see the aluminum surface underneath.

I understand this may be a defect or something but it flaking that easy has me concerned. Of course about the quality of the product but mainly about health risks and if there's truly no PTFE or PFOA. My digging around has made me aware of the numerous misleading non-PTFE scams....


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maga_culinae
Jan. 11th, 2010 12:05 am (UTC)
Ah, I didn't see that. Thanks.

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