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Need a new pan? MN testers needed for new Fissler pot or pan (available from Tesco Direct): win £100 for feedback NOW CLOSED

(128 Posts)
MichelleMumsnet (MNHQ) Mon 22-Jul-13 11:10:48

We've been asked by the team at Tesco Direct to find MNers try out the range of Fissler products now available at Tesco and on Tesco Direct.

You may have seen the special deal in store (and via groceries online) at Tesco where - with every £20 you spend on products at Tesco you can collect a sticker, once you have collected 10 stickers customers can get 70% off the RRP of a Fissler product.

We are looking for 16 Mumsnetters to test out 1 pan each, which you'll be able to keep after testing.

Here's what Fissler have to say about their products, "We have a wide range of pots and pans which are all of high quality, and they have recently become available at Tesco Direct. Their reinforced bases ensure optimal heat absorption, distribution and storage, which makes cooking your food evenly easier as well as saving energy. All our products can be used in the oven as well as on the hob, with the exception of induction. They are also easy to clean, and all our pans have a non-stick coating which means that greasing the pan becomes optional. We would love to find out what Mumsnetters think about the different pots and pans in our range!"

There are eight different pots and pans, listed below, which are to be tested out by Mumsnetters. There are two available of each, and the testers will be able to select which they prefer to receive.

20cm non stick frying pan
24cm stockpot with lid
28cm non stick grillpan
20cm casserole with lid
28cm non stick stir fry pan
16cm non stick saucepan
24cm non stick frying pan
28cm non stick frying pan
Please note: before using a Fissler pan for the first time you need to activate the non stick coating - advice will be supplied with the pan.

Testers who are selected will need to add feedback on the pan on a thread on MN as well as posting an anon review on the Tesco website.

We're eager to hear how you find the pan or pot overall, what dishes you create using the product and ease of cleaning.

Everyone who does this will be entered into a prize draw where one winner will win £100.

To help you buy additional Fissler pans after test should you wish, those selected will also receive some extra stickers.

More information about the stickers initiative and the currently available pots and pans at Tesco Direct can be found here

If you're interested then please sign up here and get thinking about the kind of recipes you'd like to try out with Fissler grin.

Thanks,

MNHQ

LifeIsSoDifferent Tue 23-Jul-13 12:20:13

I really really want to try these!!! Pleaseeeee

fuzzpig Tue 23-Jul-13 12:32:58

Yes please!

daimbardiva Tue 23-Jul-13 12:57:33

I'm really disappointed that the saucepan doesn't have a lid! I mean, you always need a lid at some point, don't you?

FeegleFion Tue 23-Jul-13 13:23:10

grin Exciting! I love food.

I'd love to test out these pots, I bought cookware on offer in Tesco before and it's incredibly good,but it was from a different company, it'll be interesting to see if this company is worth saving up tokens for.

daim... it's only a 16cm saucepan. It's for doing sauces and stuff.

jackstini Tue 23-Jul-13 13:27:33

Pants. I collected loads of stickers and have an induction hob. confused

Allthingspretty Tue 23-Jul-13 15:38:56

Oooh I would like to take part!

Munxx Tue 23-Jul-13 15:43:39

Hope we are picked, our pans are well and truly f-ed at the minute.

mateysmum Tue 23-Jul-13 17:26:04

Just volunteered as the AGA tester for these pans. You really need high quality pans to get the most out of the AGA both on top and in the oven and I'm relearning all my favourite recipes. Some new pans would really help me along. I have one Fissler pan and it is very high quality. Pleeeese pick me for the test!

TigerFeet Tue 23-Jul-13 19:04:36

Oooh look, a lovely shiny stock pot
<rubs knees>

BettyBotter Tue 23-Jul-13 20:18:06

yes please!

Nighteyes27 Tue 23-Jul-13 20:38:31

Looking for a good size throw everything in pan for family meals. Would be interested to test out for durability and strength.

I have just eaten yet another stir fry with the added flavour of the flaky blach bits from the used-to-be-non-stick pan. Would love to see if there is a real difference between the cheap flaky panns and fissler quality ones.

daimbardiva Tue 23-Jul-13 21:40:50

summer in that case, I'm disappointed that the range doesn't include a bigger, lidded saucepan!

Duplogiraffe Wed 24-Jul-13 09:40:42

Done - fingers crossed !

dadinthehat Wed 24-Jul-13 10:15:28

Done. All my fingers crossed.

ChocolateOrangeforDd Wed 24-Jul-13 12:46:24

Please Please Please!

I need a new wok / stir fry pan. I always managed to go through any non stick coating very swiftly so I would give one an excellent workout grin

RatherBeOnThePiste Wed 24-Jul-13 14:00:48

I have signed up! Am rubbish at cooking but do TRY and am learning and I have Knotty on speed dial for those Hell's Teeth moments. grin

RatherBeOnThePiste Wed 24-Jul-13 14:01:54

<got it all crossed>

<keels over>

Never been picked before. sad

<holds breath >

<keels over with Pistey>

lougle Wed 24-Jul-13 14:44:46

Here's hoping.

PaisleyPashmina Wed 24-Jul-13 17:53:33

I've seen the sticker promotion in store but never gone for it. I've never had a decent quality pan...I live in hope that it would improve my cooking!

farrowandbawl Wed 24-Jul-13 18:11:55

Please. DD has ruined mine and ds is now using it for something to dowith the playdoh and a chilli plant - no, I don't want to know either.

Either way, I really, really need a new one and to try one first will be a god send.

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