Myer's Smoking Hot 40% Off Deal on VUE Ultima 2 Frypans And Grill Pans

Myer have launched an attractive deal their VUE "Ultima 2" non-stick frypans which have been marked down on sale by over 60%. Where it gets really interesting though is if you purchase two or more you'll actually get a further 40% off. Looking at their 28cm and 30cm pans, that means you can buy for two for just $48 - which is dirt cheap.

Now you're likely to find yourself in the situation often enough where you'll be needing two separate pans while cooking. This adds justification to having to purchase more than one of these pans in order to get the extra 40% discount.

VUE is made exclusively for Myer so it's not possible to do a direct like-for-like comparison of prices with other stores. However, for similar quality non-stick pans elsewhere online (such as Kitchenware Direct, Peter’s of Kensington, and Kmart) you'd be looking at paying anywhere between $50 and $140 per pan including delivery.   

If the rumours about these VUE frypans are accurate, then in reality they're rebadged Baccarat products. This serves to make it an even hotter deal as according to "Donkey's" comments in the original deal post on Buckscoop for this offer, his own personal experience of Baccarat products has been good. He then goes on to mention that when looking at other online comments about their products, the majority of customers out there appear to agree with him.

Myer VUE Ultima 2 grill pan dealYou'll find this deal listed under Myer's "Hot 100 Online Offers Only" section but unfortunately it looks like they only have the 30cm frypans left in stock (originally there was a 20cm and 26cm as well). However, there's still the Ultima 2 hard anodised, square grill pan (28cm) with heat-proof silicone handles available for $40.

This deal is only available online and there's no option to click and collect. The delivery charges are an additional $9.95 but that doesn't really put a dent into how good this deal is overall.



TOPICS:   Home and Garden

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