Smart Living Ceramic Cookware Review

What is Smart Living Ceramic Cookware

It proclaims to be range of innovative ceramic cookware created with aluminium for making cooking easy, non-sticky and quick. Smart Living Ceramic Cookware declares to be the best pan to cook any recipe right at home. It states to have loads of features that make it unique and stand out from regular pans that are just not good enough to cook healthy and delicious food easily at home. Currently there are no Smart Living Ceramic Cookware reviews available that will substantiate with claims.


Innovation at its best

Smart Living Ceramic Cookware asserts that it blends the old-age cooking materials and fuses with new-age technology. Smart Living Ceramic Cookware convinces to do so by ensuring that it is produced using heavy gauge aluminium. The heavy duty aluminium is then layered with a thick ceramic in the interior regions. The cold-to-touch handle is shaped impeccably to hold the pan while cooking. Such major design feature does make Smart Living Ceramic Cookware sound like a must-buy cookware range; user reviews will expose the truth. Smart Living Ceramic Cookware further alleges that it is created in such a way that it can be used on all types of heat sources to cook food nicely. It includes using it on ceramic, induction, gas and electric heaters. This makes it further more useful but we will know for sure once we get to analyse Smart Living Ceramic Cookware reviews.


Endless Benefits

Smart Living Ceramic Cookware guarantees that its unique heavy gauge aluminium body is perfect for evenly distributing the heat across the surface. This helps in cooking food well without having hot spots and burnt food. The ceramic coating on the inside is a healthy material to cook upon and even has a non-stick coating that helps in cooking healthy food with use of less fats and oil even while frying and sautéing. At this point of time there are no user reviews available which will attest to its claims. Smart Living Ceramic Cookware additionally promises to be durable and safe with no PFOA and PTFE in it. It is available in three sizes – 20, 24 and 28cms. Did your find it great for cooking? Send us your Smart Living Ceramic Cookware reviews.


Smart Living Ceramic Pan Reviews

Majority of the customers are dissatisfied with the product i. e. as much as 90% of the reviewers have given poor ratings. They claim it is non-stick and scratch resistant but this pan is the stickiest pan in my cookware set is the review given by one of the verified buyers.

Despite using the recommended utensils there are scratches appearing everywhere claimed one of the user making it unusable after few weeks of use. Along with the coating there is fitting problem of the cookware which is another big negative about the product i. e. handles are loose and tightening them with a screwdriver does not solve the problem either giving the users hard time using and maintaining it.


Smart Living Ceramic Pans Questions/Answers

Q: Is it safe to be used on electric stove?
A: Yes, it can be used safely on electric stove.

Q: Is it dishwasher safe?
A: Yes, it is dishwasher safe.

Q: Is it non-toxic?
A: Yes, it is non-toxic. It does not contains chemical found in Teflon coating.

Q: Does it require less oil for cooking?
A: Yes due to its non stick nature it requires less oil for cooking.


What do I get?

You get Smart Living Ceramic Cookware in 28cm — $60.00 – Grey, Black & Red Plus 24cm — $50.00 – Grey, Black & Red and 20cm– $40.00 – Grey, Black & Red.Official website

33 Responses to “Smart Living Ceramic Cookware Review”

  1. Rick says:

    A friend of mine and I both bought a set at a home show and both agree they suck. Worked great the first few weeks and then started sticking. Not worth it.

  2. C M Stopera says:

    Good thing we only bought one pan(24 cm)!! Totally NOT WORTH THE PRICE we paid!! 😱

  3. Ana Morgado says:

    Bought set of 3 fry pans at exhibition 2016. Didn’t stick for the first few uses. Now all pans stick. Even if I use oil. Largest pan is used often and is very stained. Cant get stain off. Followed the directions given with purchase and stain is still there. Also I always use wooden or plastic utensils and also use the plastic covers to keep pans from scratching but there is a scratch on the large pan. I’ve also noticed that the aluminum bottom is marking my ceramic glass top stove. Which I cannot remove with stove top cleaner. How do I get stain off pan and off stove top? How do I get a replacement set?

    • Rose Urbani says:

      mine are the same way..bought set at the National Women’s show in October..I do not use any metal utensils, I use plastic, non abrasive scrubbies, and I put a cloth in between each pan when storing then and they are all scratched and food sticks to them.

  4. Stella says:

    I bought mine (set of three) at the Home and Garden show in Houston this summer. Definitely not worth the money we paid for them. I only use mild dish detergent and a sponge to clean them, plastic utensils when flipping eggs or bacon and yet they are getting scratched???? Getting stains on the inside of them and since I have a ceramic sink, if the pan touches the surface it leaves a horrible marks. Would not ever buy this product again, and where can one find to exchange them??? Since there is a three year warranty…its a selling gimmick and a false advertising.

  5. Ron says:

    We bought the 3-pan set at the Spring 2016 Home & Garden show in Phoenix. They see pretty heavy, steady use. Wife cooks, I clean. These pans are never supposed to be run in a dishwasher, and we use nothing but silicone utensils while cooking. I wash them using Ajax Triple Action dish washing detergent, and the blue sponge/scotchbrite combos.
    All three pans looks as good today as they did a year and a half ago. We absolutely love these pans…
    That said, a couple of ideas came to mind… Is there a possibility that some of these pan sets are clones/copies/counterfeits? The other thought was that maybe they had a run with bad or poorly cured coatings.
    It really doesn’t make any sense for the exact same pan set to work so well for some people and so horribly for others.

  6. Rick Gochnauer says:

    Bought my pans at the home builders show in Kansas City. The 2 smaller pans are wonderful. The biggest pan has become stained and is no longer non-stick. I would like to know how to replace the largest pan.

  7. Jerri Prud'homme says:

    This is very strange. I live in the Dallas Ft.Worth area and bought my one pan from the Home Show in Allen a year ago and have been trying to BUY ANOTHER ONE EVER SINCE. I totally love mine. I don’t know what all of these other people are talking about. I was disappointed that they were not at the show last week so I could buy another one. I will see if I can buy online. I totally love mine. Maybe you turned the heat up too high. We use a glass cooktop and usually keep the temperature at about the 5 level. My one pan still looks brand new. I don’t use any of my other pans, only this one frying pan. I have to find another one!

  8. Alka says:

    I bought these from the PNE Marketplace in Vancouver and they SUCK!!! They were non-stick for the first few uses only. DO NOT WASTE YOUR $$$!!! I would rate less than 1 star if I could.

  9. Glenn Pineau says:

    We bought ours at the 2016 West Coast Women’s Show and it has been working terribly for the last 2 months. We’ve been very careful with it but can’t do eggs anymore without destroying them while trying to flip them. Don’t waste your money.

    • Julie says:

      I have same problem. I have followed all use and care instructions and pans are a mess. No longer non stick and the white interior is now stained brown. Dissatisfied

  10. Gerald Chan says:

    Bought a Smart Living high performance 10″ frying pan in February 2107 and the surface is very hard to clean after frying a steak. Where should I send my complaint and ask for a replacement? What document do I need to do that?

  11. Janice Himegarner says:

    Can I use these pans on a glass- top stove?

  12. Gloria says:

    We also bought the frying pans at the home show. It was a total waste of money! It has been the worst frying pan we’ve ever owned. I followed all of their instructions on use and cleaning but yet everything stuck to it after a month. Also, their lifetime warranty is a lie!

  13. Kristine says:

    I bought a set of three pans at the RV show several weeks ago…..I specially asked if the pan handles would hold up on my gas range…well I melted mine this morning cooking breakfast! I love the way the pans clean up but this is a disappointment!
    Trying to find the address to get a new pan or refund? Anyone help?

    • Jacqueline says:

      The importer for these is PNW International, Inc. PO Box 770, Puyallup, WA 98371. Telephone is listed as 800-533-9657 and email is . I just bought one at a home show today so the label is still on it. Hope this helps.
      — Jacqueline

      • Ann Latham says:

        Than you Jacqueline, will be calling them tomorrow. Wonderful fry pan at first then within six months a total disaster. Everything sticks.

      • Mark Robinson says:

        My wife got a set last year at the TN Women’s/home show in Nashville and they have been ok. The small pan that I use every morning for eggs has started to chip in the center.
        What is the email address for PNW? It’s not in you post.

      • Alma says:

        thank you!

  14. Kathi says:

    Bought pan set at home show last weekend. Using for eggs, etc. and worked as demo. Tonight, Seared a very thick steak on both sides with no oil then, as demo, put pan in oven at 425o to finish. Steak was great – and inside pan looked just HORRIBLE and I thought – let’s see how this cleans up. Now I’m a believer! Only had to hold pan under hot water nozzle spray – didn’t even have to rub or scrub. It all just melted off pan and down the drain. Love ’em.

  15. Judith says:

    BUYER BEWARE!! Purchased the three pan set at the local Home Show. Food started to stick to the pans within the first three weeks of everyday use on low heat. They do not perform as advertised and Ocean Sales will not honour the warranty. The pans are a huge disappointment and frustrating to use ~ would never buy the smart living ceramic pans or anything from Ocean Sales again.

  16. Nancy says:

    I have these pans and I love them. I have had no issues with cleaning or flaking and I use them every day. I bought them at a home show and I am hoping that I can find them again for my kids.

  17. Bet says:

    I bought a set of these and I love them. Have been very careful to cook on medium to low heat. No sticking and no discoloration. So happy to have these. Would love to have saucepans!

  18. pat ball says:

    Over a year ago I bought a set of three fry pans at a show. I use the small pan daily and the other two several times a week. Unlike the other negative reviews I have found that the pans do all that they are said to do. NO sticking, No flaking. No discolouring. I have never sprayed them with oil as there is no need. Cooking without oil or fats was one big reason that sold me on the pans. Nothing sticks and they rinse or wipe cleanly.
    I store them with seperaters to protect the finish.

  19. Tim says:

    I bought a set of three at a show in September. I’ve tried to be meticulous about utensils and cleaning. We cooked sausage and it was almost impossible to clean them – I finally used fine sandpaper. Also, it is very hard to clean the outside of the pans. I am sorry I bought them.

  20. Theresa says:

    I bout a pan at the Zoomer show last year and the handle is always coming loose! Also things do stick unlike the demo…….very disappointed,and would never recommend.

  21. mark says:

    horrible. – coating flaking off in less than a year!

  22. John Krehan says:

    We purchased the set of three fry pans at the spring show. the coating on the largest pan is already coming o in the pan.ff. everything sticks

  23. Darlene hail says:

    I bought the smart living ceramic frying pans at a home show in March and already the one size I use the most everything sticks unless I spray it with Pam. Also the ceramic coating is coming off. These were not cheep and I am very disappointed. Would not recommend them for the price.

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