Extreme waste of money.
Please don't waste your time or money, food will still stick because it's nowhere close to what was advertised. It was given to me as a gift. Please do not waste your money. Infomercials are an absolute joke.
The fry pan is simply amazing.
I regularly cook with it and no matter what I fix, it is terrific (i.e., tonight boneless pork loin chops). The other night I prepared a lamb burger and on the other side, I grilled crimini mushrooms (sliced). The clean up is a breeze too.
Horrible Product, NOT as advertised.
Worst product. I received one pan as a Christmas gift with its own heating element. Everything sticks, even though, I only wash it by hand and do not metal on the pan. What a waste. Do not purchase. The second pan is just as bad.
Pretty when it is hanging from pot rack.
..and that's all! It worked great for first few times, then everything started to stick. I donated them to charity and bought Calphalon, which I should've bought in the first place.
Box of Copper, so-called cookware.
The box of Copperware cookware we bought was total junk, it chips, and sticks. All the wonderful things that I heard are totally false. The first egg I cooked stuck and has never come off.
Junk pan crap customer service.
Just after few times of cooking eggs, it started sticking to the pan. I was not able to even clean it. THIS NOT WHAT THEY ADVERTISE!
Great expectations based on commercials. I looked for the "induction capable" claim as I use only induction in my kitchen. I never got to the other problems, some have written about the pans, that they will not even heat up on my expensive induction cooktop. I really have to learn not to watch those darn TV infomercials. Do you have any "snake oil" you want to sell me?
Do not waste your money.
I have the deep large square pan. It burns everything in the middle, while the edges stay raw. It started scratching and sticking after a month or so, even though I use only plastic utensils and hand wash it.
9" by 1 and 3/4th Deep Frying Pan
After a couple of times, I tried cooking pancakes but you couldn't even flip them over, they just stuck to the pan. Then I tried eggs, I tried to flip them over, and they were stuck to the pan. It would have cost me $7.99 to ship it back, $3.00 dollars to send it back in a padded envelope, plus a stamp. That's $11.00 for a pan that cost me $19.99. Then there's no guarantee that the next one wouldn't do the same thing. By the way, I did treat it just like the instructions that came. I would not ever buy another Copper Chef product. I give it a one star.
Not what they advertise.
I’ve got for Copper Chef Pans and they worked great for awhile, but now everything sticks on two of them. The one I use only for omelets, they stick every time. These pans have been hand washed and I used nothing but the plastic utensils, there is no reason for them to start sticking every time. I’m going back to cast iron.
Copper Chef Pans
Pans were great for a month or so. I bought three pans and all of them have chipped and got scratched and now everything sticks. I’ve only had them for two years, and only the deepest pan is covered under lifetime warranty. It will cost me twenty dollars to pay the shipping and handling for a new pan (that more than likely will do the same thing). I do not recommend these pans. Oh, and I have never used metal utensils on them.