Royalty Line 16 Pieces Marble Coating Cookware Set - Takealot

APoc184

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That and the Berlinger Haus stuff is always on monstrous discounts.

Have also wondered about the quality. Especially on the knives as I want to buy it as a gift perhaps.

Somebody in the What's for Supper thread I think also asked a while back.

Would also be interested to hear some reviews.
 

f2wohf

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It's a fake brand recently created. I can't vouch for the quality of their products but there are no reviews online and they're not Swiss at all, actually they're only sold in SA.

They look nice but it's probably Chinese stuff that will last for a year.

For cookware, I would say stick to known and reputable brands (Beka, Tefal...).
 

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I saw that there are no reviews on Takealot. I tried to Google reviews, but the only reviews I could find was on the Royalty line's own website, which I am certain was written by their copy writer instead of a client...

Perhaps it is safer to stick with the better known brands. I must admit to actually not know much about any cookware, just know I want something decent, so open to suggestions :)
 

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Bought some Royalty Line knives and it kinda looks cheap with a pathetic attempt at a fake wooden handle.
 
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That and the Berlinger Haus stuff is always on monstrous discounts.

Have also wondered about the quality. Especially on the knives as I want to buy it as a gift perhaps.

Somebody in the What's for Supper thread I think also asked a while back.

Would also be interested to hear some reviews.
I bought a set of these about three or four years ago, cannot remember exactly.
I was and still am very impressed.
 

maumau

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I'd spend an extra R600/R800 and go for Scanpan. Fewer pieces but perfectly adequate.
 

Dal1

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I'll rather skip this one and do a bit more research before buying anything.
I will have a look at the Scanpan, I've heard good things about their knives.
 

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I'll rather skip this one and do a bit more research before buying anything.
I will have a look at the Scanpan, I've heard good things about their knives.
I bought a scanpan IQ 26cm fry pan from Takealot over the weekend, it was on special for R1087 but I see its now on special at R1215
 

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I bought a Royalty Line cookware set a few months ago. And I am very happy with it. From what I could find online, the brand is being sold at a few places around the world. Maybe we should stop comparing an R2000 cookware set to an R10000 cookware set.
 

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To be on the safe side rather just buy Le Creuset Signature range. You can't go wrong with this brand and they're not that expensive. Also they come in variuos colours so will match your kitchen's colour scheme.
 

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To be on the safe side rather just buy Le Creuset Signature range. You can't go wrong with this brand and they're not that expensive. Also they come in variuos colours so will match your kitchen's colour scheme.
I paid R599 for a set of 3 pans, le Creuset is about R1000 per pan
 
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