Perfect Pancake Maker - eggs either stuck in pan or slid out of the gap on side of pan when tried to flip the pan - non-stick surface coming off after one use

Posted on Monday, November 11th, 2002 at 12:00am CST by 773b1d12

Company: Perfect Pancake Maker - eggs either stuck in pan or slid out of the gap on side of pan when tried to flip the pan - non-stick surface coming off after one use

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Complaints.com received the following consumer message on November 9, 2002:

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RE: Perfect Pancake Maker - eggs either stuck in pan or slid out of the gap on side of pan when tried to flip the pan - non-stick surface coming off after one use

I received the pancake maker for my birthday from my children, because we had seen it advertised on t.v. and I thought it would be fun to have.

Well, when I opened the box I noticed that the two sides had a gap when closed, but I gave this product the benefit of the doubt. I read and followed the enclosed instructions about first time use and care of the pan.

When I tried to cook eggs in the pan they either stuck or slid right out of the gap when I tried to flip the pan. I have only used it once since the wonderful non stick surface is coming off after only one use.

I am very disappointed in the so called "perfect pancake maker" and for the price the company gets for it you also have to pay to send it back if you aren't satisfied. I guess this pan isn't so perfect!!!

M. Wheeler


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