These Are The Best Nonstick Pans To Buy Under P1,000

These are the affordable choices!

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It doesn't matter how expensive or inexpensive your nonstick cookware are. The plain honest truth is that the nonstick coating, no matter how thick and ingrained in the metal it is will peel off eventually. The question is really how long will it take before you need to replace it for a brand new one. 

Branded pans are expected to last longer than brands or nonstick pans that are not tried and tested but even these generic pans will deliver nonstick results while still new. The trick to using nonstick pans and making them last is really how you treat your pans. 

Do you make the mistake of using metal cooking utensils on your pans? If you do it frequently, then expect that nonstick coating to last for a shorter time than if you used softer, nonstick friendly cooking utensils. The surface is meant to be slick and pock-mark free so while it's still in pristine condition is the optimum time to make it last as long as it can. 

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If you're on the market for affordable nonstick frying pans for your breakfast pancakes, fried and scrambled eggs to serve with your beef tapa and sinangag, these are the pans to look for: 

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1 Gibson Frying Pan 3 Piece Set (P133 per pan)

This is the most basic of all frying pans on this list. This is a nonstick set that includes not just one but three nonstick pans. If you need a bargain deal, this is the cookware set to snatch. It features a large, medium, and small nonstick frying pans that should meet any and all of your frying pan needs. 

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Gibson Frying Pan 3-piece Set, P400, Handyman

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2 Oster Collington 2-piece Nonstick Fry Pan Set (P625 each) 

This may be over your P1,000 budget but if you want that coveted stoneware coating in a frying pan at an affordable price, this is a steal! With two pans, each pan comes out to just P625 per pan for a 10-inch and 8-inch pan. If that stoneware nonstick coating lasts as long as it should, these pans will pay itself over for many delightful breakfast meals. 

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Oster Collington 2-Piece Non-stick Fry Pan, P1,250, Handyman 

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3 Tefal Comfort 2-Fry Pan Set (P900 per pan) 

There's something about buy-one-take-one deals that few of us have the willpower to ignore. If you're one of us, this Tefal cookware set should delight you with its sale price. From P2,799+, it's been slashed to be 35% off to come out to just under P900 per pan. If you have always wanted a Tefal pan with its patented Teflon coating technology in your kitchen, this deal is one that you can't let pass. 

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Tefal Comfort 9.5-inch and 11-inch Fry Pans, P1,799.75, Landers 

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4 Tramontina Gourmet Selection 3-Pack Saute Pan Set (P900 per pan)

There is something about trusted brands that will entice cooks who have complete sets. After all, if nonstick pans need changing in time, why not grab a deal while it's still a deal? For this 3-piece cookware set, it's your choice between which cookware brand you're missing from your collection since this, too, comes out to just under P900 per pan for a tough nonstick-coated pan. 

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Tramontina Gourmet Selection 3-Pack Saute Pans 8-inch, 10-inch, and 12-inch, P2,699.75, Landers

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5 Hosh Select Forged Aluminum Fry Pan 26cm (P599.75) 

This nonstick frying pan boasts of the stoneware nonstick coating that many covet. This particular brand however not only has the black-gray-white speckled surface, but it also has three layers of it too to ensure a tough coating that will last. Plus, its induction-friendly, too. If you don't need the stoneware coating, the normal aluminum pan is P150 less. 

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Hosh Select Forged Aluminum Fry Pan 26cm, P599.75 and Hosh Non-Stick Aluminum Frypan 26cm, P449.75, SM Department Store

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6 Masflex Forged Copper Frypan (P550) 

We're not sure you'll find another nonstick frying pan that's quite this pretty. It's not just pretty but the price is pretty great, too! With an induction-ready bottom on a heavy-gauge aluminum body, the nonstick coating boasts of three layers of a Dyflon Japan non-stick coating. If nothing else, this will be the eyecatching pan that you will want to use in your kitchen when guests show up for dinner.  

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Masflex Forged Copper Frypan, P550, Masflex  

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7 Chef Style 3-Piece Aluminum Fry Pan Set (P350 per pan)  

Did you know that you need a great flipping spatula for your frying needs, too? If you didn't and have a need for one, this fry pan set not gets you two pans but also a nylon turner that you can use for flipping pancakes, burgers, and chicken fillets. Use it as often as you use the pan and you will see this set last as long as you take care of your pans. 

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Chef Style 3-Piece Aluminum Fry Pan Set, P699.75, SM Department Store 

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Editor's Pick: Tefal Expertise Fry Pan 28cm (P3,850) 

Not everyone wants to settle for the bargain deals so if there is one nonstick pan to splurge on, this is the brand and the model to spend that extra cash. It's compatible with all kinds of stoves, including an induction stove, but best of all, it boasts that the nonstick coating will last three times as long as any other nonstick pan you may be interested in. If you want to experience the sheer joy of seeing nothing stick to the surface of your pan for years, this is the durable nonstick pan to bet on. 

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Tefal Expertise Fry Pan 28cm, P3,850, Tefal PH on Facebook

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