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All-Clad (New in Damaged Packaging): 13" x 16" Large Roaster with Rack EXPIRED

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Um...not so much:

The All-Clad warranty
From the date of purchase in the US or Canada, All-Clad warranties to repair or replace in the country of
purchase, any item found defective in material, construction or workmanship under normal use, and following
care instructions.

Exclusions
This warranty does not cover:
• Damage arising from thermal shocks, drops, improper use, failure to follow the use and care
instructions, or an unauthorized modification or repair.
• Normal product wear and tear
• Nonstick deterioration, discoloration, warping, or metal separation due to high heat, prolonged heat
exposure when empty, etc.
• Stains, discoloration or scratches on the inside or outside
• Any accident caused by fire, flood, etc.
• Commercial, professional, or workplace use
• Any glass or porcelain in the product
• Dust or insects inside the product
• Nonstick damage from metal or sharp utensils
• Damage caused by use of scouring pads, steel wool, abrasive cleaners, bleach, etc.
• Minor imperfections and color variations, which are normal
All-Clad warranties that non-stick coatings comply with regulations covering materials in contact with food.


TBH, for a product so pricey, the warranty is quite shoddy, and about in-line with T-Fal or KitchenAid sadly.
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Thanks OP! In for the 13 piece set. I received the 10" Teflon skillet as a gift a year ago, and after always being a "Circulon" person, I've converted. That Teflon All-Clad skillet is now my go to pan to cook anything in, as it heats and cooks MUCH more evenly and cleans easier than all of my Circulon teflon pans. I was about to buy the Costco Circulon set and this is only about $35 more, so worth it to me.

I will say the one thing I DO NOT LIKE about the All-Clad skillet I have is the handle design. It is very uncomfortable to pick up, and anything heavy (like a 10" pan full of sauce) really needs 2 hands to carry to the sink since the handle is not at all ergonomic. But the better cooking and cleaning outweigh the uncomfortable handle for the price IMO.

Yes, I always use teflon pans to cook in. I'm busy (like everyone is), and I'm a cook, not a Chef. I figure cooking at home vs. ordering food and swinging through drive-thru's is a win these days, so the easier it is for me to cook and clean at home, the better chance I'll do it more often. Teflon fits my lifestyle of leaving something cooking, running to care for baby, and running back to the kitchen without having to scour and scrub stainless steel since the sauce burned to the bottom of the pan. Is it the "proper" pan to use? No. Do I really care? Nope.
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You're using nonstick to sear steaks??? You really should get cast iron or triply for that job.
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Buying All-clad for non-stick pots and pans seems a bit pointless. TBH, buying All-Clad that doesn't feature their tri-ply core, what they are known for, seems pointless to me.
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Buying All-clad for non-stick pots and pans seems a bit pointless. TBH, buying All-Clad that doesn't feature their tri-ply core, what they are known for, seems pointless to me.
They're pretty hefty which helps hold their heat well. Well I mean better than the thin non-stick ones like t-fal. It's also got a very smooth finish of non stick coating in comparison to calphalon. I think it makes the pan more non stick, but who knows.


Induction compatible too, if you have a portable induction stove, don't have to make your whole house smelly and cook outside instead.
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Why's this roaster so expensive? Isn't this $20 at tj max?
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Buying All-clad for non-stick pots and pans seems a bit pointless. TBH, buying All-Clad that doesn't feature their tri-ply core, what they are known for, seems pointless to me.
Life time warranty. They replace them when the coating wears off
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I've wanted the 12 inch skillet but not wanted to pay $100 or more. Thanks for posting!
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I have a very, very expensive AmeriCraft set of cookware. Had I known about All Clad when I bought it; I would have saved myself $1,000+.
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Life time warranty. They replace them when the coating wears off
Um...not so much:

The All-Clad warranty
From the date of purchase in the US or Canada, All-Clad warranties to repair or replace in the country of
purchase, any item found defective in material, construction or workmanship under normal use, and following
care instructions.

Exclusions
This warranty does not cover:
• Damage arising from thermal shocks, drops, improper use, failure to follow the use and care
instructions, or an unauthorized modification or repair.
• Normal product wear and tear
Nonstick deterioration, discoloration, warping, or metal separation due to high heat, prolonged heat
exposure when empty, etc.
• Stains, discoloration or scratches on the inside or outside
• Any accident caused by fire, flood, etc.
• Commercial, professional, or workplace use
• Any glass or porcelain in the product
• Dust or insects inside the product
• Nonstick damage from metal or sharp utensils
• Damage caused by use of scouring pads, steel wool, abrasive cleaners, bleach, etc.
• Minor imperfections and color variations, which are normal
All-Clad warranties that non-stick coatings comply with regulations covering materials in contact with food.


TBH, for a product so pricey, the warranty is quite shoddy, and about in-line with T-Fal or KitchenAid sadly.
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Life time warranty. They replace them when the coating wears off
you mean after you have digested it?...Applause
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Some FYI research:

The B3 collection is All-Clad's first collection of pots and pans to be constructed outside the U.S., in China. Although this change is a disappointment for many All-Clad faithfuls, the new line has received great reviews from its users. The entire line is nonstick and made from heavy-gauge, three-ply, bonded anodized aluminum. The B3 gives users the benefits of nonstick without several of the drawbacks: it has a heavy stainless steel base, so it shouldn't warp; it's induction compatible; and it's PFOA free.

As to the roaster, it's a beautiful piece of cookware.
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i got the set thank you so much! now i gotta stop looking at cookware
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Thanks - I grabbed the 12" pan. I had the 8" and 10" and I've been pretty happy. I was looking for something to replace my crappy t-fal "professional" skillet that warped badly.
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Buying All-clad for non-stick pots and pans seems a bit pointless. TBH, buying All-Clad that doesn't feature their tri-ply core, what they are known for, seems pointless to me.
My understanding is the same, but do you have any suggestions for a comparable, thick bottomed anodized pan under $35? My cheap non stick college pans have run their course and I need some replacements that aren't paper thin T-Fals from a box store.
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Is this dishwasher safe?
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