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Compact Nonstick Folding Frypan - 28cm

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Easy to clean, easy to transport and good value for money, the Campfire Compact Nonstick Frypan 28 cm is a big, simple frypan without and fancy features to break, and a bit of weight behind it.

The steel body is ideal for frying and works on any cooktop - induction, gas or electric. The handle is riveted to the pan and features a folding action that is terribly convenient when it comes to transport and storage.

The deep walls and base are coated in a non-stick surface that is easy to clean, so you can spend more time fishing, relaxing or whatever it is you do on your camping holidays.

  • Folding handle
  • Second handle on opposite side
  • Suitable for Gas, electric and induction
  • Deep walls
  • Non-stick surface
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In Use Dimensions:
51L x 30W x 5.5H cm
Packed Dimensions:
33L x 30W x 7.5H cm
Steel with Non-Stick Surface
1.12 Kg
1 Year

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bush cooking1 answer

hello is this pan suitable to use on an open fire to cook chops s[uds etc thanks

- Ballarat(1 year ago)
G'day Robin - This pan isn't ideal for use on open fires/coals. It's pretty lightweight and has plastic on the handle. That will soon melt if too close to the heat source. I'd be going for something steel like the Campfire Steel Bushman Fry Pan (#35575) or Hillbilly 31cm Fry Pan (#21855) if you're after a folding handle for compact storage. Even better, go cast iron! Hope that helps. (The codes I have included above, pop them in the search box at the top of the page to search them.) Cheers, Paul
- Snowys(1 year ago)
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