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All-Clad Hard Anodized Nonstick 8" and 10" Fry Pan Set EXPIRED

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Bloomingdales has All-Clad Hard Anodized Nonstick 8" and 10" Fry Pan Set on sale for $59.99 - 25% discount (applied in cart) = $44.99. Shipping is free, otherwise free store pickup is available if stock permits. Thanks Nate650 and Hypervelocity

Additionally, if you text CODE to 25666, you may get a unique 10% off coupon that can be applied to the order, making the price $40.49.
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Bloomingdale's has All-Clad Hard Anodized Nonstick 8" And 10" Fry Pan Set for $45 with free shipping. ShopRunner shipping eligible.

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I believe these are PTFE even thou there is no reference on all-clad's website. PFOA is a by-product of low quality PTFE, so by saying PFOA-free, it can be deduced that the nonstick coating is PTFE (which isn't necessarily a bad thing).

I've been on the market for higher-end cookware recently, and it seems that there aren't many choices. Here is what I've learnt:

PTFE (aka Teflon): nonstick works extremely well; higher end brands (all-clad, calphalon, analon/anolon, circulon) with aluminum and/or stainless-steel body offer uniform heating and prevent warping; healthy because the coating is inert under 500F, as long as it is PFOA-free

Ceramics: nonstick works well; higher end brands such as Le Creuset and Straub are fairly resistant to chips and will last a long time. Be wary of low quality cookware as those can have heavy metal such as lead and cadmium when they chip or break down. TBH I have a no-name brand ceramic but I am very careful not to scratch it. Looking to replace it eventually.

Stainless Steel: nonstick properties are inferior than the other choices so it will require more oil and longer pre-heating. Very good at heat conduction and keeping its shape. Doesn't even need the best brands to last a long time (cuisinard's multi-clad is a cheaper alternative to all-clad). Doesn't pose many health risk.

Aluminum or copper as the layer directly touching the food: personally I would pass due to potential links to dementia and other health problems https://www.canada.ca/en/health-c...kware.html

Anodized Aluminum as the nonstick: pretty rare I believe, as adding PTFE makes it better in almost every category, but it should be alright in terms of nonstick properties, durability and health (anodization prevent aluminum from leaching.

Sources:
http://www.thecookwareadvisor.com...ot-teflon/
http://heatherdane.com/want-non-s...lad-heres/
https://www.centurylife.org/ename...eware-etc/
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Nice deal. Was looking for something like this.

Make it a little better by texting CODE to 25666 and receive another 10% off

Brought my total down to $40.49 before tax
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Is there a reason to buy these over t-fal? I have a lot of stainless all-clad d5, but anodizing wears off
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In for the pair Smilie Great reviews and seems like a good price. Also excited to have something I can transfer to the oven! Worth mentioning the $45 is pre-tax.
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Is there a reason to buy these over t-fal? I have a lot of stainless all-clad d5, but anodizing wears off
Higher quality and PFOA-free. I can't really find any info on the nonstick coating used though. Does anyone know? Are these also PTFE-free?
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Nice deal. Was looking for something like this.

Make it a little better by texting CODE to 25666 and receive another 10% off

Brought my total down to $40.49 before tax
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Seems like a deal.. Ordered $40.49 - 6% urlhasbeenblocked. Thanks to Hypervelocity for additional savings!
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These are made in China
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Is there a reason to buy these over t-fal? I have a lot of stainless all-clad d5, but anodizing wears off
oven safe to 500 F would be a good starting point
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got these for around 30 at macys couple of days back plus 10% eb** CB. They are very good. But i paid around 40 for the stainless steel lids at williams sonoma. I couldn't find lids anywhere near me for those sizes.
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These are commercial non-stick pans if I remember correctly? Or if I'm even using the term right.

But these things definitely have some weight to them O.o. I was cooking on these exact pans with eggs to test it out and they came out so nice and evenly cooked.

It didn't overheat compared to my flimsy walmart ones that made the bottom crunchy lol. I'm still going to keep the walmart pan though =D
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These are one of the few hard anodized that are advertised as induction compatible. I have been looking for a sale on these for a few weeks. Thanks
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We've had these for three, four years - I make eggs a lot, (along with other things) and my wife grew up in a house where metal utensils and Teflon could be best friends; so they've been put to the test.
I LOVE them.
Great mass, heats really well, non stick is hanging on for the long haul.
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Nice deal. Was looking for something like this.

Make it a little better by texting CODE to 25666 and receive another 10% off

Brought my total down to $40.49 before tax
Thanks, bought a different All Clad pan $210, you saved me another $21 on top of 25%
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