WearEver C944S564 Pure Living Nonstick Scratch Resistant Ceramic Coating PTFE-Free and PFOA-Free Dishwasher Safe Cookware Set, 5-Piece, Champagne
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- Ptfe-free, pfoa-free, cadmium-free, lead-free, recycable, dishwasher safe
- Oven safe to 750-degree (f), high quality aluminum base guarantees high heat retention
- Highly durable, stain resistant, scratch resistant - safe for use with metal utensils
- Nonstick exterior - fast and easy to clean, Silicone riveted handles
- Limited lifetime warranty, safe for all cooking methods except induction
- Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging
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I just posted an image of the flecks from one of the pots. Also, I noticed that the plastic lid holders have also started to crack.
Sorry folks, but I have BAD news. It has been a while but the pot is starting to show chips in the ceramic! This is very disappointing to me. I plan to contact the company and will let you know how things turn out, however, I am fairly confident that this is a problem with the technology used to bond the ceramic to the metal. And I have concerns with the safety if ingesting the little pieces plus whatever the it was that was bonded with it. I have tried several different brands of ceramic coated cookware and everyone one of them have chipped the same way. Please note that I have been as careful as can be, and followed every precaution and care, that is probably why it took so long to start chipping. I have taken it from five stars to one because of this. I would recommend against buying this or any other ceramic coated cookware until such time that it can be tested for several months and shown to resist chipping.
Herre is the original review:
I have some experience with ceramic coated cookware....and none of it good.Read more ›
I've always wanted to try out ceramic cookware and am very glad I took the plunge with this WearEver Pure Living collection. You get a 3.5 quart covered deep skillet, 3 quart covered sauce pan, a 10.5" saute/fry pan and 2 glass lids. Perhaps it would have been nice to get two 10.5" lids in case I wanted to cover both the skillet and saute pan at the same time, but that is a minor quibble. I find the champagne gold exterior very classy and the white ceramic interior appears quite tough. It is easy to clean and looks like it will hold up well over time. I like the fact that I can use metal utensils and not have to worry about scratching off non-stick coating. It heats food evenly, perhaps due in part to the heating design on the aluminum bottom.
This cookware has been tested with only several meals in my kitchen so I can't speak to long-term durability, but I have high hopes. I also own and reviewed the Anolon Nouvelle Copper 10-Piece Cookware Set and the Copper Hard Anodized Nonstick Set. While both of these are of very high quality, I'd say that WearEver pans and skillet may be of slightly higher quality, and are more pleasurable to use. Again, it is too early to comment on durablity with absolute confidence, but I really like the fact that the Pure Living set has comfortable silicon handles (and lid grips), a scratch resistant surface, a 750˚ F oven-safe rating, are okay to clean in the dishwasher and are won't give off potentially harmful chemicals.Read more ›
I will not use metal utensils on any cookware other than my Revere Ware and cast iron pans, just as a precautionary measure for longevity of the non-stick property of these pans.
I also enjoyed cooking on a white surface. Why didn't someone think of this sooner?
One more thing, I have a glass top stove and was worried that these pans might not be suitable, but, I was pleasantly surprised. These pans are truly 'flat-bottomed' and just as importantly, cook extremely evenly.
I am very, very happy and satisfied with this product!
**********UPDATE MAY 2013***************
I am now thinking that this is NOT a healthy alternative to teflon, but a "different" type of non-stick coating, which, over time has begun to 'stick' and get specks, as if the coating is coming off. I'm going back to my cast iron frying pans.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Wife loves these pans. We got them at a really decent price and they have lasted a few years.Published 2 months ago by anthony2823
Love these pots/pans but the white does flake after a while, even without the use of metal utensils. Read morePublished 4 months ago by rd
Now have had mine for over 1 year. Never use metal on it. I would never buy this as a frying pan again — becomes not sticky within 4 months. However, the small part works great. Read morePublished 15 months ago by zra
While I really like these initially, they coating chips/scrapes off just like all the others in the end (after about 8 months). Read morePublished 15 months ago by waterguy
I've owned this set for about a year. Two of the skillets have become discolored. The surface is NOT non-stick; you must use as much oil or butter as you would need to with... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Kelly B Ford
The nonstick coating starting coming off after the first couple uses. It would be generous of me to say they lasted two weeks.Published 22 months ago by Ashlee C
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