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10-Piece All-Clad Stainless Steel Tri-Ply Bonded Cookware Set EXPIRED

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Amazon.com has 10-Piece All-Clad Stainless Steel Tri-Ply Bonded Cookware Set (401488R) on sale for $390.90 (price in cart). Shipping is free. Thanks katertot
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Amazon is selling the All-Clad 401488R Stainless Steel Tri-Ply Bonded Dishwasher Safe Cookware Set, 10-Piece for $390.90. This is $2 lower than the lowest price on Camelcamelcamel (which says Amazon is OOS for some reason).

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I have an All-Clad set and I have this set:

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00421A...g=UTF8&me=

If you are on a budget and don't really care about brand names, this set is excellent. Very durable and heats evenly. Make's me regret all the money spent on All-Clad... IMHO.
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I was just looking for some good quality cookware!
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I paid about 50 dollars more for copper core and a similar set from the factory seconds sale. The defects I've seen on mine are visible steel seams at the top of the pot about an inch long, and on another a small dent/impression on the inside edge no larger than a dime.


IMO totally worth getting factory seconds. Also they are dishwasher 'safe', but don't stick them in the dishwasher. It wil be a quick way to discolor them and probably cake more of that cooking crap on it. Handwashing is all you really need.
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I have an All-Clad set and I have this set:

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00421A...g=UTF8&me=

If you are on a budget and don't really care about brand names, this set is excellent. Very durable and heats evenly. Make's me regret all the money spent on All-Clad... IMHO.
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I have an All-Clad set and I have this set:

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00421A...g=UTF8&me=

If you are on a budget and don't really care about brand names, this set is excellent. Very durable and heats evenly. Make's me regret all the money spent on All-Clad... IMHO.
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Awesome price. This set sells for $699 at Williams Sonoma, just $100 less than the D5 set.
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Those who have never used All Clad before, try them out at your local Macy's or W&S

The handles on All Clad are different than most brands and might be uncomfortable to use. I regret ignoring similar comments before jumping on the D5 set deal last summer.
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I have an All-Clad set and I have this set:

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00421A...g=UTF8&me=

If you are on a budget and don't really care about brand names, this set is excellent. Very durable and heats evenly. Make's me regret all the money spent on All-Clad... IMHO.
All of my pans/pots are Cooks Standard as well and they are fantastic for the price. Very good value. The handles are also better than All-Clad's, in my opinion.
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Those who have never used All Clad before, try them out at your local Macy's or W&S

The handles on All Clad are different than most brands and might be uncomfortable to use. I regret ignoring similar comments before jumping on the D5 set deal last summer.
The handles have always been a big turn off for me.
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This is a good price but I don't like the All Clad I have. Even the smallest pan is pretty heavy and the handles not only have that uncomfortable dent, but they are angled weird. Some of the reviews said that the aluminum is exposed, which I don't like. I love my Tramontina set.
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I have a set of this and many other All Clad cookware, now it's in the storage room. Regretting spending all that money. Maybe I could sell it.
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https://www.costco.com/All-Clad-1...10066.html Is this same set from Costco? $529.99
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https://www.costco.com/All-Clad-1...10066.html Is this same set from Costco? $529.99
Yes, I think it is the same.
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I know all-clad is "the" brand to have, but this being slick deals and all, you might consider some comparable alternatives.

For example, I recently picked up a comparable Tramontina 14pc set for just a bit more than 1/3 of the price of this All-clad set. I love cooking, but not a professional, and it's plenty good for me.
https://slickdeals.net/f/11544419-costco-members-14-piece-tramontina-tri-ply-clad-cookware-set-free-s-h-149-99?src=SiteSearchV2_SearchBarV2Algo1

Kenji at Serious Eats did a comparison a few years back and Tramontina pans faired very well against All-Clad:
https://www.seriouseats.com/2010/...illet.html
https://www.seriouseats.com/2016/...eview.html
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