Sears Canada: GreenPan New York 11-Piece Non-Stick Cookware Set | Was $600 Now $150 Today Only (EXPIRED)
Sears is having a one day sale on their GreenPan New York 11-Piece Non-Stick Cookware Set, and it’s a good one! You can save 75% on this set, which normally retails for $599.99 – today you can get it for $149.99. Your order will also qualify for free shipping, so that’s another nice bonus.
This GreenPan New York 11-Piece Non-Stick Cookware Set has some intriguing features, including an all-natural ceramic coating (Thermolon) that contains zero toxic chemicals, and this material is heat resistant to 450°C/850°F and is also oven and broiler safe. You can read more specific details about this environmentally friendly cookware set by clicking here.
Whether it’s environmentally friendly or just a standard cookware set, what’s most important is quality, and it apparently is seen positively by customers (check out the review at the bottom of this article). I’ve tried out some cheap cookware sets before, and I can still remember how badly I burnt one of those frying pans when I was trying to cook some chicken (it was not a pretty sight!) This GreenPan set is non-stick, and has some interesting features, so I’m going to be considering this purchase.
I found a similar cookware set from GreenPan on Amazon, and it costs $299.99. I’ve included a brief review of this GreenPan New York 11-Piece Non-Stick Cookware Set from a satisfied Sears customer below:
I’m a big fan of GreenPan products because of the way they conduct heat evenly and because they are so easy to clean. This cookware set is no exception. It has pretty much every size pot you could need and each piece has its own lid. I also like the fact that the lids are glass. The handles are very sturdy and they’re a great length. Can’t say anything bad about this set. I think it’s a great buy, especially at the sale price.
This sale is set to expire on September 30th, so check it out while it’s still valid. I hope you all have a great day today, Bargainmoosers!
(Expiry: 30th September 2014)