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    Quote Originally Posted by Shinob1 View Post
    I checked Amazon and it has mostly good reviews. Do you have a link to the cools illustrated review?
    http://www.olvidacookware.com/news.html I feel that seasoning is the benifit of cast iron and carbon steel cookware, especially in skillets.

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    you couldn't get me to own that nickel plated cast iron stuff.

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    $130 seems steep when I can get a lodge for $23 on amazon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew H View Post
    $130 seems steep when I can get a lodge for $23 on amazon.
    Agree. I like my lodge skillet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EdipisReks View Post
    you couldn't get me to own that nickel plated cast iron stuff.
    Other than price, why?

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    Quote Originally Posted by obtuse View Post
    Yeah you're right, going to stay away from it. I think I'll either get a Lodge or maybe a vintage skillet off the bay. Does anyone know of any reputable eBay sellers?

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    You had to get me to go on ebay today - Argggh - Had to pull the trigger on a Wagner #12 that I have been wanting. I love what this site does to my wallet!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeepCSweede View Post
    You had to get me to go on ebay today - Argggh - Had to pull the trigger on a Wagner #12 that I have been wanting. I love what this site does to my wallet!
    That's awesome. Should I just search for Wagner?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shinob1 View Post
    That's awesome. Should I just search for Wagner?
    Wagner is also very high quality and will go at about half the price on e-bay. As I said before, try to make sure you get something that sits flat and doesnt' wobble, if the person doesn't state it, then ask. I usually try to get something that is seasoned and doesn't have any pitting unless I plan on putting work into removing the seasoning and reseasoning. I prefer to look for someone with a random sale vs a dealer. It's funny, I was bidding on one pretty cheap and there was another one that was 20 times better that was about $30 higher and the crappier one ended up going for more than the better one that I got. Just a crapshoot on e-bay. I really like Piqueware also.

    Good luck.

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