dealsset of 2 crispy cooker non-stick baking sheets…

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I completely disagree. I have a set of these myself and they work very very very well!

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We have a set, liked them a lot, and gave one set as a gift.

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I bought these for the $14.99 + free shipping, I saw these on QVC a while ago and never purchased, and I'm glad I didn't, this is a much better deal.

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Safe in microwave? I can't figure out exactly what the material is.

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@nelse: I wouldn't put them in the microwave, it would be the same as putting a plate in the microwave because the whole design of the product would become useless in a microwave if heat is not passing through the bottom. The material is almost like a silicone, but not really sure.

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@bricemoak: Web site says Nylon. I'm guessing Nylon 6,6 due to it being safe up to 500°.

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The price doesn't seem to be a deal. Seems they can be bought for $10 or less elsewhere?

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@omnichad: Ah, thank you for the correction!!

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Beware... many of these baking sheets cannot be cut to fit, shards of the material get in your food. If you want smaller ones, buy ones that specifically say can be cut.

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You can pick up stainless steel or aluminum versions for about this price at any local restaurant supply. They are used for pizzas and donuts.

Generally anyone can shop at a restaurant supply, not just restaurant owners. May vary depending on your supply.