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the sample

to select an appropriate sample, we began by identifying the main players in the cookware market. based on a market insight report conducted in 2017 by one of the world’s largest market research organisations, the largest brands specific to the cookware market in the UK were Tefal (29.5% market share), followed by Scoville, JML, Salter and Prestige. in addition to this, there are a number of retailer own-brand ranges, like those of Tesco and Debenhams, which accounted for 50.5%.

scratch resistance

a scratch test is the process of measuring a surface’s reaction to a pointed stylus being dragged across it. testing in this way provides information on a material’s resistance to scratches and abrasions as well as how much force a surface can withstand before the non-stick coating is damaged. by increasing hardness as a function of distance, the point and method of failure can be determined.

the results

the ‘failure force’ (measured in Newtons) shown in figure 2 represents the force that was required during the test to cause continuous metal exposure of the pan. as such, the higher the force required to cause metal exposure, the stronger the pan is deemed to be.

in this lab test, the coating used for eaziglide Neverstick+ required at least 7 times more force to cause continuous metal exposure, meaning that it was shown to be at least 6 times as strong as the other pans we tested.

all information is factual at the time of posting, we update the sample as often as we can to give the most accurate data that we can provide.

RefBrandRangeFailure Force (N)eaziglide Strength Ratio
1eaziglideNeverstick286.81.0
2Competitor 1Range 110.28.5
3Competitor 1Range 25.017.3
4Competitor 1Range 39.98.8
5Competitor 1Range 44.718.4
6Competitor 1Range 57.811.1
7Competitor 2Range 15.316.5
8Competitor 3Range 18.710.0
9Competitor 4Range 18.99.8
10Competitor 5Range 17.012.5
11Competitor 6Range 18.110.7
12Competitor 7Range 19.98.8
13Competitor 8Range 13.326.6
14competitor 9Range 16.413.6
15Competitor 1Range 67.411.8
16Competitor 1Range 77.611.5
17Competitor 1Range 810.08.7
18Competitor 10Range 13.227.4
19Competitor 11Range 13.723.2
20Competitor 5Range 28.710.0
21Competitor 12Range 18.410.4
22Competitor 1Range 97.012.4
23Competitor 1Range 108.110.7
24Competitor 1Range 116.712.9
25Competitor 13Range 110.78.1
26Competitor 14Range 15.017.3
27Competitor 15Range 19.59.1
28Competitor 16Range 18.210.6
29Competitor 17Range 13.524.9
30Competitor 18Range 13.922.3
31Competitor 19Range 14.320.3
32Competitor 20Range 10.4193.5
33Competitor 15Range 22.534.7
34Competitor 21Range 17.911.0
35Competitor 1Range 125.615.6
36Competitor 22Range 19.69.0
figure 1 – bar chart to show differences in force required to expose continuous metal in different frying pans.