Tefal On your side...
Our products are designed to be easily repaired, dismantled and reassembled.
A very large number of parts are stored separately
(40,000 references stored in France for Europe) in order to repair what is necessary and at the lowest cost.
Tefal engineers are continually proposing modifications based on operational feedback to ensure that the new generations of products are even easier to repair. Each new reference of finished product is certified with the label "Repairable Product 10 years".
Tefal is committed to storing all spare technical parts of almost its entire range of products for 10 years on average after purchase*.
5.7 million parts over 15,000 m2
To ensure immediate availability of spare parts, half the stock has been stored in anticipation for the coming years, for products that are no longer manufactured.
The cost of repair is often less expensive than replacing a product, particularly due to the lowering of prices of spare parts (30% on average since 2012). A repair does not alter in any way the quality of the product, and limits the environmental impact of waste.
* More than 95% of Groupe SEB products sold in Europe in 2016 are repairable (22% of those require a maximum of one or two parts that are unavailable at a "reasonable" cost in order to be repaired).
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The best service for your products is provided by professionals trained by Tefal, who will always look for a solution to help extend the use of a product.
Today, more than 6,500 authorised professional repairers are working with you to ensure the sustainability of the products throughout the world, whatever the country of purchase or use.
Click on the button to find your nearest authorised repairer. Remember to first use our online help resources to see if a solution already exists among the many sources online.Find a repairer Frequently asked questions
Repairability with one click
Once the order is placed, the replacement parts for TEFAL products are delivered very quickly to the repairer.
This allows product failures to be repaired for many years even after the guarantee period.
3D printing to fight against planned obsolescence
To ensure a lifetime supply of certain plastic parts, Tefal has been testing since May 2016 the first products repaired with 3D printed spare parts.
We now realise that these are products that deserve a long life”See the interview