Influencer Wows Mzansi With Affordable Stainless Steel Pots for R1 200 From Checkers

Influencer Wows Mzansi With Affordable Stainless Steel Pots for R1 200 From Checkers

  • A South African influencer on TikTok named @yolzchannel impressed viewers with her new set of black pots
  • The cookware was purchased from Checkers for R1 200, and @yolzchannel unboxed them in the clip
  • While many viewers loved the pots' style and affordability, some mentioned the handles getting hot as a potential downside
User @yolzchannel impressed viewers with her new set of black pots from Checkers, priced at R1200
A woman impressed viewers with her new nonstick pots from Checkers. Image: @yolzchannel
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A social media influencer amazed netizens with her new and affordable pots.

@yolzchannel posted a TikTok video showing her set of three black, nonstick pots purchased from Checkers for R1 200.

In the clip, @yolzchannel unboxes the simple yet stylish pots and cleans them.

SA shares thoughts on Checkers pots

The video garnered many views and comments from netizens who expressed how they loved the pots.

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Others shared how they also had the same set of pots, revealing that the only downfall was how hot the handles got when cooking.

Luthando Mbalentle J responded:

"After a while, that black turns silver I wish I had known about wooden spoons and silicone when I bought them ages ago. But now you should be fine."

N Q A B I S A .M commented:

"I also have the same pots, which are very good and nonstick. However, the handles can get very hot. I'd advise someone to wear gloves to avoid getting burnt."

Phumla Phaswana commented:

"Ndicela ireview sis please."

Martha said:

"I knew i had to move out when my uncle ruined my pots. The exact ones iyoo."

Nana said:

"Very good quality, the only downfall is the handles. They get hot while cooking."

Zenande Mphomane replied:

"I’ve had these for three years now, and I’m still in love. They are really non-stick. For people that would like to buy them, make sure you don’t use any metal when cooking or rough when washing."

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Woman finds the same glass teapot at 3 homeware stores

In another story, Briefly News reported that a South African woman posted at TikTok video showing how she found the same design of teapot at three different homeware stores going with three different prices.

The footage shared by @_tshephang20 shows her revealing how a stylish glass teapot was retailing at Mr Price Home for R179,99, at Selection Mart for R69,99 and at Jet Home for R129,99.

Source: Briefly News

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