GreenPan Cookware - Any Good?

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GreenPan Cookware - Any Good?

Postby highheels » Tue Jul 30, 2013 3:54 pm

Hi all,

Anyone here uses GreenPan cookware? Are they good? And are they really made in Belgium?

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Re: GreenPan Cookware - Any Good?

Postby Jennifer » Tue Jul 30, 2013 9:46 pm

I hv a greenpan frying pan. No good. Scanpan is better

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Re: GreenPan Cookware - Any Good?

Postby highheels » Wed Jul 31, 2013 9:04 am

Hi Jennifer,

In what ways is Greenpan lousy? I heard it loses its nonstick capabilities after a while. Did this happen to your pan?

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Re: GreenPan Cookware - Any Good?

Postby Jennifer » Wed Jul 31, 2013 9:22 am

highheels wrote:Hi Jennifer,

In what ways is Greenpan lousy? I heard it loses its nonstick capabilities after a while. Did this happen to your pan?


Yes, the non stick capability not lasting. My GreenPan not even a year old.

Robinson has both ScanPan and GreenPan demo booth. Most times, a representative will be there. U can check out both pans.

Try to buy during Robinson sale, esp if u hv Robinson card, the discount can be up to 20% + 10%, very value for money.

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Re: GreenPan Cookware - Any Good?

Postby highheels » Wed Jul 31, 2013 10:06 am

Thanks Jennifer!

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Re: GreenPan Cookware - Any Good?

Postby Jennifer » Fri Oct 11, 2013 8:10 am

Highheels,

ScanPan is having a promotion - trade in any old cookware to get discount n $30 off their fry pan. Check out the Straits Times today.

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Re: GreenPan Cookware - Any Good?

Postby highheels » Fri Oct 11, 2013 8:18 am

Jennifer wrote:Highheels,

ScanPan is having a promotion - trade in any old cookware to get discount n $30 off their fry pan. Check out the Straits Times today.


Thanks Jennifer!!! Will check it out! Scanpan is made in Denmark yes?

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Re: GreenPan Cookware - Any Good?

Postby Jennifer » Fri Oct 11, 2013 10:10 am

highheels wrote:
Jennifer wrote:Highheels,

ScanPan is having a promotion - trade in any old cookware to get discount n $30 off their fry pan. Check out the Straits Times today.


Thanks Jennifer!!! Will check it out! Scanpan is made in Denmark yes?


Yes.

I still hv a Greenpan and a Tefal frying pan. Bn waiting for this promo. Will be going down to trade in for a 26" n a 28" fry pan.

One for me n one for MIL :smile:

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Re: GreenPan Cookware - Any Good?

Postby shaber » Fri Oct 11, 2013 10:54 am

I have both Greenpan and Scanpan. I also traded in my old frying pan during one of their promo and had pretty good discount to purchase my Scanpan non-stick. I think they call it the Classic (Ceramic Titanium) , made in Denmark. Paid about $90 for a 26 cm .

I am not very impressed with Scanpan to be honest. The non-stick doesn't last very long even though I used it with care. After about 6 months I could see that it is wearing out very quickly even though I used it about 2-3 times a week at most. Greenpan is cheaper and pretty good so far.

If you read about the review on Scanpan non-stick frying pan, the comments are rather mixed. I am not convinced that it performs much better than other brand of non-stick. I also have a Happy Call diamond series non-stick wok which works better than the Scanpan.

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Re: GreenPan Cookware - Any Good?

Postby Jennifer » Wed Oct 16, 2013 10:34 pm

shaber wrote:I have both Greenpan and Scanpan. I also traded in my old frying pan during one of their promo and had pretty good discount to purchase my Scanpan non-stick. I think they call it the Classic (Ceramic Titanium) , made in Denmark. Paid about $90 for a 26 cm .

I am not very impressed with Scanpan to be honest. The non-stick doesn't last very long even though I used it with care. After about 6 months I could see that it is wearing out very quickly even though I used it about 2-3 times a week at most. Greenpan is cheaper and pretty good so far.

If you read about the review on Scanpan non-stick frying pan, the comments are rather mixed. I am not convinced that it performs much better than other brand of non-stick. I also have a Happy Call diamond series non-stick wok which works better than the Scanpan.


I bou my sauté pan before the GSS, using it almost daily. I find it esp good for frying fish, tofu, eggs, dumplings as well as sautéing mushrooms, tomato sauce and cooking the lasagne fillings. It has bn 5 mths now, the non-stick coating still working fine.

Would u like to share how bad the non-stick coating is now?

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