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|04-27-2013 05:48 PM|
|08-07-2012 08:26 AM|
The definitive answer on TPCC-12PC
After a lot of confusion over what this product is, what features it has, and how it compares with the other products, I decided to settle the debate and called Cuisinart several times to ask about the product. In the end, I did get the answer, but I also got one incorrect response. One of the representatives told me that it was a rebranding of the French Classic set; this is FALSE! All of the other representatives I contacted told me the correct answer:
The set is a club set, which means that it is "custom" made for clubs, such as Sam's Club and Costco. Therefore, no direct analog exists for this set among the retail products (nonclub) offered by Cuisinart. That said, the technology used is the same as for the Multiclad Pro (MCP) set, but with one difference: glass lids instead of stainless steel. There you have it! In terms of technology, the Tri-Ply Professional set is the same as the Multiclad Professional set, but with glass lids instead of stainless steel. The other differences are customizations: different sizes of a couple of the saucepans and a pasta pot instead of a steamer pot.
|06-03-2012 01:01 PM|
|micro44444||How is this compared to the Kirkland Stainless Steel set. The Kirkland one 5 ply and 18/10 steel at 160$ in store.|
|06-03-2012 12:33 PM|
BHG In-Store On Clearance
|05-25-2012 09:07 AM|
|05-25-2012 08:46 AM|
These are Tri Ply
I purchased this set from Costco and they ARE true try-ply. It says it on the box in three different places. This is a great deal, best I've seen any where.
|05-24-2012 12:02 PM|
So if these pans rust in 2 years, Costco will HAPPILY take them back.
|05-22-2012 11:43 AM|
|05-21-2012 11:36 PM|
|ragrave||anyone has this problem?|
|05-21-2012 08:35 AM|
It said dishwasher safe. After 1 washed, there are many white spot inside my pot.
How can I remove them?
|05-21-2012 01:30 AM|
|05-19-2012 10:19 AM|
The one you bought was probably better quality depending on the age. The manufacturing process has changed then. This set is absolutely junk!!!
|05-18-2012 08:28 PM|
|05-18-2012 08:22 PM|
|Jmana||Does anyone know if costco will take a printout of the coupon for this? Or do they have coupon books at the store? I threw out my coupon book not realizing that this was a good set of pans, when I saw it I thought it was one of the cheaper types.|
|05-18-2012 05:38 PM|
But for other pieces in this set, I can swear for the 2QT saucepan. I acquired one a long time ago from TJMaxx for boiling milk and making curries. This piece just rocks. This and my tramontina set is all that I need for everyday cooking.
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