There’s no such thing as “Cephalon”

By Mir
September 23, 2006

So in my deal surfing, I often see people confusing Circulon and Calphalon pans, and really, they’re both hard-anodized aluminum and sort of similar, so it’s understandable.

But today I saw someone swearing this was a great deal on Cephalon, and I think that sounds like a brain disorder rather than a good deal on frying pans.


These pans are Circulon, and I am a Circulon devotee. I registered for Circulon when I got married long ago, and many wonderful and rich people bought me my pans. I am still using them. I heart them.

I’m thinking of moving to classic Calphalon (without the teflon coating) when I need to start replacing pieces, but you really can’t beat a coated frying pan for eggs. Or, you know, two of ’em, for less than what one should cost. With free shipping.

1 Comment

  1. Hey, it turns out there is such a thing as Cephalon – it’s a company that, ahem, “seeks to discover, develop and market innovative products to treat neurological disorders.”

    Pretty Mir’s psychic, too!

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