Woman Unboxes Le Creuset Dupes Bought From Takealot, Video of Cast Iron Pots Wows SA: “The White Is Beautiful”

Woman Unboxes Le Creuset Dupes Bought From Takealot, Video of Cast Iron Pots Wows SA: “The White Is Beautiful”

  • One woman showed off a beautiful set of cast iron pots on TikTok that resemble Le Creuset pots but are much cheaper
  • The cookware set had 4 casserole pots and 1 pan, all in a lovely white colour that everyone loved
  • Viewers were excited and said they would consider buying the affordable alternative for their kitchens

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A woman unboxed Le Creuset dupes from Takealot
An unboxing video of cast iron pots that resemble Le Creuset cookware went viral on TikTok. Image: @kellzmthethwa
Source: TikTok

A content creator unboxed a stunning 7-piece cast iron Delica cookware set in a viral TikTok video.

Woman posts gorgeous cast iron pots at budget-friendly prices

She claimed the pots were perfect dupes of the renowned Le Creuset pots. According to her, the affordable gems were easily available on Takealot, with prices ranging from R1 200 to R1 600.

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TikTokkers were absolutely amazed by the four casserole pots and one pan showcased in the video posted by @kellzmthethwa.

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7-Piece Delica cookware set takes TikTok by storm

They couldn't get enough of the elegant white colour, which seemed to fit perfectly in any kitchen. Many viewers expressed their desire to scoop up the affordable alternatives.

Some even shared tips on prolonging their lifespan, such as using silicone utensils to prevent scratching.

Watch the video below:

Viewers eager to get their hands on white Delica cast iron pots

Read the comments below:

Tebogo_paula said:

"Lol, they are R2000 today. Takealot is a scam."

Omnist_ commented:

"Use a wooden spoon and low heat when cooking, bicarbonate and dishwasher to clean. You'll enjoy them."

Yellowmellow16 posted:

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"Eish I'm never buying cast iron that's white or cream on the inside again."

Mama_Thingo mentioned:

"I also have red. Yoh the white is beautiful."

Ladybug suggested:

"Also use silicone utensils to protect from scratching."

Miss_vee093 shared:

"I bought them as well but, yei they are so heavy man."

Momoza wrote:

"On a budget, I promised myself to get them by the end of the year."

Thando_khumalo stated:

"Since last year, I've been sceptical about buying from this seller, thank you for this review."

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In another article, Briefly News reported that a Xhosa chef plugged South Africa with a potjie pot stand, and netizens called the plug a lifesaver.

The man's suggestion helped TikTokkers who habitually cook potjie and struggle with placing the pot and keeping it from wobbling and falling.

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Hilary Sekgota (Head of Desk for Evening and Weekend content) Hilary Sekgota is the Head of Desk for Evening and Weekend content at Briefly News. She completed a BA in Communication Science from Unisa in 2018 and a Diploma in Journalism from Varsity College in 2010. She also passed a set of trainings by Google News Initiative. Hilary joined the Briefly News team in 2022 and started her journalism career at Tshwane Sun. She has 12 years of experience covering current affairs and human interest topics. Email: hilary.sekgota@briefly.co.za