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markymarkmark 3 18 July 12, 2016 at 11:36 AM in Kitchenware & Cookware (7) More Amazon Deals
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Promoted 07-13-2016 by slickdewmaster at 10:45 AM View Original Post
Amazon.com has 12-Piece Multiclad Pro Tri-Ply Stainless Steel Cookware Set (MCP-12N) for $199. Shipping is free. Thanks markymarkmark

Includes
  • 1.5-Quart Sauce Pan w/ Lid
  • 3-Quart Sauce Pan w/ Lid
  • 3.5-Quart Sauté Pan w/ Helper Handle & Lid
  • 8-Quart Stockpot w/ Lid
  • 8" Skillet
  • 10" Skillet
  • Steamer Insert w/ Lid
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Alternatively, BuyDig.com has 12-Piece Multiclad Pro Tri-Ply Stainless Steel Cookware Set (MCP-12N) for $199. Shipping is free.
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Edited July 13, 2016 at 05:24 AM by annie930ny
https://www.amazon.com/Cuisinart-...multi+clad

They dropped the price to $199 which is the lowest it's ever been according to camelcamelcamel since January 2015.

For those who missed the prime deals for the other stainless steel sets, this is a great set to consider
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This is a great deal on a very good set - I went with these after much debate over All Clad or Scan Pan. Bought this set from Costco when they had it on their website and haven't looked back (my set had glass lids). That was over 2 years ago, and these have performed wonderfully. Go from my gas stove right into the oven and back, get a great sear and also stir fry, and I can even cook rice. Clean up is pretty easy, I definitely recommend Barkeeper's Friend for really bad messes and occasional polishing. Can put in dishwasher with no issues, but just like good knives I don't recommend doing this no matter what the manufacturer says.

Love the brushed finished vs the polished - it has kept them looking new. No regrets purchasing this set at all. I actually bought another piece - the 5 1/2 QT Casserole and use that frequently too - https://www.amazon.com/Cuisinart-...multi+clad.
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Yeah I bought these after I cancelled my order for the Prime Day Duxtop 17pc set for $199. I spotted alot of fake reviews for that set and was considering Tramontina until I found that they dropped the price for the Cusinart MCP. I couldn't resist the $22 price drop + 5% Discover cash back deal Smilie
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Yeah picked one up, was gonna buy on Sunday but figure I would wait for Prime Day... Just pissed they canceled the 30 off 150 promo mid day.

Looked at a bunch of reviews and this seems to be the sweet spot for stainless steel cookware in terms of quality vs value.
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7 piece set for $129 is a good deal, too.
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Does anyone know if the lids fit the skillet pans?
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Thanks for posting, finally going to upgrade.
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I got these through Woot in 2014 for $159 and that was a spectacular deal. Even at $200, if you don't have a set of try-ply stainless steel, I would recommend picking these up. They've lasted great over the last 2 years and cook very well.
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I got these through Woot in 2014 for $159 and that was a spectacular deal. Even at $200, if you don't have a set of try-ply stainless steel, I would recommend picking these up. They've lasted great over the last 2 years and cook very well.
Agreed. I got a set of the "Cooks Standard" tri-ply which are very similar to these, and they've been great.

If you look through the reviews on Amazon for any of these sets, there are a lot of one-stars. The majority of these are people who have only ever used cheap aluminum pans with teflon coating and didn't research their purchase. Stainless requires you to change how you cook a bit, so I'd recommend if you get these, go watch some YouTube videos on how to cook with a tri-ply stainless set. Used properly, they're resilient and versatile pans that should give little trouble with 'sticking'
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Does anyone know if the lids fit the skillet pans?
yes they do...and these pans have a mess free pour as well which is my fave feature.
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I own the previous version of these, great set of pans. Take some time though to learn to cook with stainless steel if you have no experience.
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I bought the ala carte 5qt dutch oven. Only complain this series comes with flat lids. I prefer the dome shape lid.

Other than that I am a tri-ply fan. I want evenly heat cooking like cast iron does.

This is a good price for a tri-ply set.
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yes they do...and these pans have a mess free pour as well which is my fave feature.
thanks
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Also available on buydig
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