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Calphalon Classic Stainless Steel Cookware, Nonstick Fry Pan, 2-piece $32.50 fs @ amazon

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Includes 8-in. and 10-in. stainless steel fry pans with nonstick interiors
Impact-bonded aluminum bases provide fast, even heating. Safe for the stove, oven, broiler, and dishwasher.
Long, ergonomic handles provide a secure grip even with full, heavy stainless steel fry pans, stay cool even when pan is hot, and are double-riveted by hand.
Flat, wide bottom and sloping sides , and durable nonstick finish heats evenly, makes flipping easy and releases food cleanly, making it perfect for eggs, omelettes and other delicate foods.
Protected by Calphalon's full 10-year warranty.
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Never mind
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Made in China
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Is this not good? Product not pricing...the reviews on Amazon look decent.
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Price is bad... Walmart has these on rollback for $29.99
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Classic is the second lowest calphalon line after second.

http://www.calphalon.com/en-US/co...comparison
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Made in China
Is that good or bad?
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Price is bad... Walmart has these on rollback for $29.99
$2 more and I don't have to walk into a garbage Walmart = never bad & totally worth it.
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Made in China
So are 99% of the pots and pans... no real point there.
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If it was an 8 and a 12 i would have bit
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Is that good or bad?
Bad IMO, inevitably less quality control, you don't know what their manufacturing process is, workers aren't treated well, etc..

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So are 99% of the pots and pans... no real point there.
Some Calphalon products as well as All Clad, USA Pan, Tramontina, etc. are made in USA.
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Bad IMO, inevitably less quality control, you don't know what their manufacturing process is, workers aren't treated well, etc..



Some Calphalon products as well as All Clad, USA Pan, Tramontina, etc. are made in USA.

$$$ value is a better indication of quality than country of origin. Le Creuset, All Clad and every major pots and pans company have a factory in China.

Like I said, have fun finding that 1% and on sale. LMAO
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Bad IMO, inevitably less quality control, you don't know what their manufacturing process is, workers aren't treated well, etc..



Some Calphalon products as well as All Clad, USA Pan, Tramontina, etc. are made in USA.
Usually the vendors in China are vetted, and random audits are conducted to ensure process, qc, child labor laws, etc are enforced. Not always perfect but it's not like no one is watching over the process
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$2 more and I don't have to walk into a garbage Walmart = never bad & totally worth it.
Amen to that
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$2 more and I don't have to walk into a garbage Walmart = never bad & totally worth it.
Usually I would agree but lately Walmart has stepped it up in my area lol. They now do this thing where once I go into the store they already have a person waiting at the pick up spot lol.

Think they track my GPS with their Walmart app.

Aaand now I'm getting into the practice of shutting down my GPS when not in use lol
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