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Want a Finex Cast-Iron Skillet? This Is as Cheap as They’ll Come
Love them or despise them, Finex’s cast-iron cookware inspires a certain level of devotee that few other cookware items can claim. Its octagonal shape, golden lid pull, machine-smoothed cooking surface and stainless steel coil handle (which I’m not completely sold on) are instantly recognizable, and a large part of the pan’s allure. On the other end of the love-hate spectrum lies the price — $125 for an 8-inch skillet, $175 for a 10-inch skillet and $195 for a 12-inch skillet (that’s without a lid).
Today on Massdrop, this problem is alleviated (somewhat) — the 8-, 10- and 12-inch skillets are all discounted significantly, with savings up to $50 (click “Join Drop” to get exact prices on each).
Gear Patrol also recommends:
Lodge Cast-Iron Skillet ($15+)
Stargazer Cast-Iron Skillet ($80+)
Field Company Cast-Iron Skillet ($125+)
A note on Massdrop:
Massdrop is not like other online retailers. It’s a members-only site that requires signing up (all it takes is an email address). If you’re not a member, you can sign up here. When you place an order from Massdrop at a discounted price, you’re not buying from them directly. The site works by taking orders from consumers, then bulk ordering product at a discount directly from brands and other wholesalers. For more information on how Massdrop works, click here.
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