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Amazon.com has 10-Piece All-Clad D5 Brushed 18/10 Stainless Steel Cookware Set (Silver BD005710-R) on sale for $485 (price display when added to cart). Shipping is free. Thanks savingreens

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  • All-Clad 8" Fry Pan
  • All-Clad 10" Fry Pan
  • All-Clad 1.5-Quart Sauce Pan w/ Lid
  • All-Clad 3-Quart Sauce Pans w/ Lid
  • All-Clad 3-Quart Saute Pan w/ Lid
  • All-Clad 8-Quart Stockpot w/ Lid
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Highly polished stainless steel cooking set; superior stick resistance and easy maintenance. Oven & broiler safe up to 600 degrees F; optimized for induction and dishwasher safe. Limited lifetime warranty w/ purchase - Discombobulated

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All-Clad D5 Brushed 18/10 Stainless Steel 5-Ply Bonded Dishwasher Safe Cookware Set, 10-Piece, Silver

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The Kirkland Signature 13-Piece Stainless Steel Tri-Ply Clad Cookware Set (Costco item 987640, $175.00) is not fully-cladded, and certainly not made by All-Clad. It is imported overseas from Thailand and uses thinner aluminum.

I remember b/c I researched this set. 3.2/5.0 reviews on Costco's web site (currently not listed online). Reviews for the cheaper Kirkland set mention brown discoloration, being difficult to clean, handles getting too hot, and food frequently getting stuck. That's due to cheaper materials and construction. All-Clad isn't the greatest, but to say the Kirkland set would be the same quality is inaccurate.
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All-Clad D5 Brushed 18/10 Stainless Steel 5-Ply Bonded Dishwasher Safe Cookware Set, 10-Piece, Silver

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Are they trying to match the Macy's sale that expired? Weird that the 10 piece set is less then the 7 piece right now on Amazon...to bad no other set is on sale.
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Get the Kirkland tri-ply set at Costco, it made by All-Clad only. It will perform just as good and lasts just as long. No need to spend 3-times the money. On "5-ply" marketing gimmicks.
The Kirkland Signature 13-Piece Stainless Steel Tri-Ply Clad Cookware Set (Costco item 987640, $175.00) is not fully-cladded, and certainly not made by All-Clad. It is imported overseas from Thailand and uses thinner aluminum.

I remember b/c I researched this set. 3.2/5.0 reviews on Costco's web site (currently not listed online). Reviews for the cheaper Kirkland set mention brown discoloration, being difficult to clean, handles getting too hot, and food frequently getting stuck. That's due to cheaper materials and construction. All-Clad isn't the greatest, but to say the Kirkland set would be the same quality is inaccurate.
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Lowest price I have seen in amazon
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The Kirkland Signature 13-Piece Stainless Steel Tri-Ply Clad Cookware Set (Costco item 987640, $175.00) is not fully-cladded, and certainly not made by All-Clad. It is imported overseas from Thailand and uses thinner aluminum.

I remember b/c I researched this set. 3.2/5.0 reviews on Costco's web site (currently not listed online). Reviews for the cheaper Kirkland set mention brown discoloration, being difficult to clean, handles getting too hot, and food frequently getting stuck. That's due to cheaper materials and construction. All-Clad isn't the greatest, but to say the Kirkland set would be the same quality is inaccurate.
I believe it's steel, not aluminum but as you stated, can't be made by all-clad. I have owned the higher end high clad and now own the tri clad tramatina set from Walmart. It's just as good
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How does this all-clad set compare with the Cuisinart ones?

I had bought the Cuisinart Multiclad 12piece after seeing a similar SD deal.

Am satisfied it is doing a decent job.

https://slickdeals.net/f/9220471-12-pc-cuisinart-multiclad-pro-tri-ply-ss-cookware-set-3-pc-bakeware-set-175-free-shipping#commentsBox

I just feel that $450+ is too much an amount to be spent if it doesn't offer significant advantages.
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How does this all-clad set compare with the Cuisinart ones?

I had bought the Cuisinart Multiclad 12piece after seeing a similar SD deal.

Am satisfied it is doing a decent job.

https://slickdeals.net/f/9220471-12-pc-cuisinart-multiclad-pro-tri-ply-ss-cookware-set-3-pc-bakeware-set-175-free-shipping#commentsBox

I just feel that $450+ is too much an amount to be spent if it doesn't offer significant advantages.
All-clad is definitely good but it's very pricey. I feel the D5 (with 5-plys) is a marketing gimmick there is no way a steel layer which has bad heat conductivity coefficient sandwiched between aluminum layers is going help much. If it was a copper layer (which has excellent head conductivity) between the aluminium layers then it would be really helpful.

We use OXO tri-ply everyday which is pretty good and haven't had any problem (they're made in china). I heard Tramontina is really good too especially the ones made in Brazil. Sam's club sell a Tramontina set for $209 (I guess) in store, you may want to go check it out once.
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Never used stainless steel cookware before and $500 is a bit steep for me. I found a 13 piece tri ply calphalon set on Amazon for 224. Is that a good deal for a starter set?

https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B0...=calphalon
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pretty good deal, comparable to what macys had last week. too bad it doesn't include the free lasagna pan and mitts though.

just unpacked my d5 set and it looks great! About to cook up some brunch now. $485 is still a really good deal even without the extra pan.

a good way to figure out which set you should get, figure out what you want your cookware set to do, are you more interested in even heating, induction, easy cleaning, searing, made in the USA, ease of exercising warranty claims, etc. Then read reviews and see if your set meets the top wants/needs.
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This would be a good deal without tax.
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