Qtech Cookware Review | As Seen on TV Qtech Pans

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QTech Cookware features non-toxic, PFOA-Free surface to help cook all of your favorite foods without using oil or butter. QTech pans have a one of a kind detachable handle that allow you to go from stove top to oven, turning your pans into oven and bake-ware. QTech pans are made from Quantanium reinforced with Titanium.

Do QTech Pans Work?


100% non-stick surface allows for fat-free cooking and easy clean-up
Non-toxic and PGOA-Free
Lifetime guarantee. The surface of the pan is guaranteed to never chip, peel or wear away
Detachable handle. Use on the stove or in the oven


Haven’t tried them yet, but looking to try them soon!

How Much Do Qtech Pans Cost?

They are currently offering 2 pans for $19.99 + P&H

Where To Buy QTech Cookware?

They are available online at the official QTech site: http://www.buyqtech.com/

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Sabrina November 17, 2012 at 9:23 am

I bought these five mohtns ago. I spent hours and hours online shopping for a new set of pots and pans, reading hundreds of reviews, researching the benefits of hard adonizing over stainless steel and other aluminum products, and this was the set I finally chose. I couldn’t be happier! I looked at everything out there; from the cheapest to the most expensive professional cookware there is. I compared Pampered Chef, Paula Deen, Emeril, Cuisinart, Kitchenaid, Le Creuset ..and more. I checked them all out! My Criteria. Versatility I’m single so for the most part I use the smaller pans in the set. Because of that it was important to me to find a set that had lids that fit the smaller skillets. Most sets out there have lids for the pots, but nothing for the skillets. But I also wanted larger pans for when I do entertain. Durability I’ve spent way too much money in the past on pans that bend if you drop them, can’t stand up to high heat, or end up with non-stick that starts peeling off after a few uses. I was looking for durability. Non-Stick I’m a cook, not a chef, and have never really like stainless steel, so it was weeded out of the selection choices early on. I do like cast iron and at first was dreamy eyed about very expensive enamel coated cast iron (Le Creuset), until several of the reviews reported their enamel was chipping into the food and they have had no luck collecting on the lifetime guarantee, and this stuff is expensive! Price obviously I wanted the best bang for my buck. I’d have purchased a more expensive set if I thought the quality pay off was worth it. So that was my criteria ..and this set fullfills it perfectly. Durability Hard adonized It is twice as strong as stainless steel, and a fraction of the weight. I haven’t dropped any on the floor yet, or taken a hammer to them, but they feel solid and have held up fantastic so far. The other choices didn’t seem so great. Any of the enamel sets (including Rachel Ray) reported chipping and peeling enamel, some just from being put in the dishwasher a couple of times. The cheaper non-stick coatings were peeling off, and I’ve already mentioned the issue with the enamel cast iron. The real test of the hard adonized will reveal itself with time. I’ve used them in high eat, stuck them in the oven, cooked rice, eggs, mac & cheese, and it all slides right off the non-stick coating and haven’t had even a scorch no matter how high the heat. I’m OCD about using the appropriate utensils for non-stick pans in order to avoid scratches or abrasions, but this non-stick coating is not the cheap crap that will eventually peel off. If you take care of it, it’s going to last a while. Versatility The lids from the pots fit the skillets! It is So awesome to have a lid for every pan! No more using a tiny lid in a big pan to cook my basted eggs; no more having the edges of a bigger lid dripping condensation onto a burner ..a lid for every pan!! The one question I was asking myself as I unpacked it was where the heck am I going to put these? Well, all the pots nest nicely within each other, with a paper towel between them to protect the finish, and the same goes for the skillets. The lids actually take up more space, but also store easily in a couple of stacks next to the pans. So, there you have it. I’m really well-pleased with this cookware. I almost didn’t buy it at first because I didn’t want to get sucked into buying a set with a TV Chef’s name attached. But I really did the research and was convinced this was perfect for me, and so far, I have been spot on!


Eduardo Perdomo June 29, 2012 at 5:49 pm

I wanted to know about 12 inches, one pan. How much cost it?
Let me know soon. Thank you.


Stormy November 17, 2012 at 1:15 pm

I am toatlly wowed and prepared to take the next step now.


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