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Win an 8 piece ProCook pan set worth almost £250

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The ProCook Professional Stainless Steel 8 Piece Cookware Set is the choice of serious cooks, and we're giving one lucky gransnetter the chance to win the set - worth £249!

Designed to be used in professional and domestic kitchens, the ProCook Professional Stainless Steel range features a solid, durable construction using the highest quality no-tarnish 18/10 stainless steel, offering reliable cooking results under intensive daily use.

The set includes a 14cm, 16cm and 18cm saucepan, a 20cm and 28cm frying pan, a 20cm stockpot, a 24cm shallow casserole and steamer and so features every must-have any passionate chef could need.

ProCook’s Professional Stainless Steel frying pans feature the brilliant five star ProCook Ultra Plus triple layer PFOA free non-stick coating, so you can cook with little oil and without the risk of sticking or burning. A substantial 0.8mm gauge body wall with a 7mm impact bonded base offers fast and thorough heat distribution for excellent cooking performance.

All the saucepans feature heat resistant toughened glass lids with sturdy stainless steel rims for easy viewing, and robust 18/10 stainless steel handles with CoolTouch® technology for safer handling while the pan is on the hob*. They are suitable for all hob types including induction. The pieces are suitable for use in the oven up to 260°C, are dishwasher safe and come with a 25 year guarantee.

You can buy the full ProCook Ceramic range in any of ProCook’s 37 stores across
the UK or online at procook.com.

*Handles will get hot in oven or on high gas flame.


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Simply fill in the form below by 11am 1 July for the chance to win the ProCook Professional Stainless Steel 8 Piece Cookware Set.

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