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Regis Stone Copper Stone Pans REVIEW

Regis Stone Copper Stone Pans REVIEW

What is Regis Stone Copper Stone Pans?

We all love fine-looking pans in our kitchen especially if they are visible to guests, hanging from pan hooks or on shelves. Buying expensive full-copper pans will make you lose out on the non-stick, ceramic surface and durability that Regis Stone guarantees. So if you want the pans in your kitchen to add to the look of it then you need the Regis Stone Copper Stone Pan.

Here’s introducing the Regis Stone Copper Stone Pans, a non-stick & hard wearing pan with a bakelite handle that uses cutting-edge ultra non-stick technology giving you supreme heat dispersion. Regis Stone Copper Stone Pans are long lasting and scratch-resistant too.

 

 

Regis Stone Copper Stone Pans CLAIMS



Not only does the Regis Stone Copper Stone Pans cook healthier food without any added fat or oil but the Regis Stone Copper Stone Pans heat up faster too, stay hotter for longer and cook more evenly to deliver an amazing non-stick experience on any kind of hob.

The extremely tough, scratch-resistant coating together with a forged aluminium core and stainless steel base gives the Regis Stone Copper Stone Pans a sturdy construction, ensuring the pans are long lasting.

With the Regis Stone Copper Stone Pans everyday cooking is now simpler and easier.

The copper toning and finish and the hand sculpted wood-styled Bakelite handle gives the Regis Stone Copper Stone Pans a professional, high-quality look that is sure to impress your family, friends and guests.

 

Sizes Available – Regis Stone Copper Stone Pans are available in three sizes: 20cm, 24cm and 28 cm. Order the Regis Stone Copper Stone Pan today!

 

What do I get?
Get One Regis Stone Copper Stone Pans Non-Stick & Hard Wearing with Bakelite Handle for £24.99 at JMLDirect.com

3 thoughts on “Regis Stone Copper Stone Pans REVIEW

  1. Still doesn’t say what the non-stick coating is. If it’s PTFE it’s poisonous. In which case just stick with a teflon poisonous pan!

  2. Why does it say “reviews” in the site title? This isn’t a review, it’s just the marketing blurb copied and pasted.

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