Concubine Wok – Super Lightweight Stainless Steel Round Base

Our Concubine Wok range are super lightweight stainless steel woks ideal for commercial kitchens and domestic use. This round base Concubine Wok with curved rim to prevent drips, is available in 13″ and 14″ diameter.

Buy 3 woks or more and receive a free wok cleaning brush worth £4.50
(offer limited to one free brush per order)

From: £37.47

(2 customer reviews)

Lightweight for easier use in the kitchen, but as durable as all ACK woks, the Concubine Wok is a 304 grade stainless steel round based wok. These Super-Lightweight models are available in 13″ and 14″ diameter.

The Ideal choice for cooking dishes with sauces and soups and suitable for commercial restaurant usage and also at home using a wok stand on flat surface domestic cookers.

The Concubine Wok is covered with a unique patented ACK design featuring a curved rim to prevent drips around the outside. A chefs delight, it also comes with a base stabilser to stop the wok slipping forward causing spills on to the cooker surface.

Durable construction for long life with a re-inforced welded handle.

Hardwood varnished handle that is coated specifically for keeping a comfortable grip over longer periods of use. The handle also has an ACK brand logo stamp.

Easy to clean and hygienic.

For commercial and domestic use
Unique patented ACK design
Curved rim to prevent drips
Base stabilser – stops slips and spills
Ideal for cooking sauces and soups
Re-inforced welded handle
Easy to clean and hygienic
Comfortable hardwood varnished handle, coated for a better grip
Comfortable handle grip
ACK brand logo stamp on handle

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2 reviews for Concubine Wok – Super Lightweight Stainless Steel Round Base

  1. Andy Bishoo

    Have been using mine for a few weeks and it seems really robust for a lighter type of wok. Handle seems really strong too.

  2. Jon Luk

    Have bought 6 of these, and they are great. Easy to clean and lightweight.

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