Author Topic: What's special about a jam pan?  (Read 1250 times)

Jayb

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Re: What's special about a jam pan?
« Reply #20 on: August 09, 2017, 12:36:15 »
Isn't the Lakeland one at £47.99 exactly the same as the one from Kitchencraft  (via Amazon) at £26.24?
They look the same and are the same size with encapsulated bases etc...

You're right they do look very similar, although the more expensive one has a black side handle rather than a stainless steel one. Must make all the difference!
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Re: What's special about a jam pan?
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Re: What's special about a jam pan?
« Reply #21 on: August 09, 2017, 13:18:42 »
Found a good one on sale via Amazon in France - 68€ plus p&p.  Amazon UK do the Maslin for 35€80 inc p&p.   Doh!   Should arrive Monday.   Good, as we have a tree full of Mirabelle plums and OH has his eye on wild blackberries we see on walkies.
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