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Cast Iron Cookware: Press + 10.25" Grill or 10" Skillet + 10" Square Grill EXPIRED

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Macy's.com has select Sedona Cast Iron Cookware on sale when you apply promo code FRIEND in your cart. Select free store pickup where available otherwise shipping is free on $75+ orders. Thanks brisar
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Available (prices after code FRIEND) Alternatively, Macy's.com has 3-Piece Sedona Cast Iron Fry Pan Set on sale for $15.93. Select free store pickup where available otherwise shipping is free on $75+ orders. Note: Availability for store pickup may vary.
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3-Piece Cast Iron Frying Pan Set [macys.com] $15.93

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Cheap Chinese junk. Go with Lodge brand instead.
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Cheap Chinese junk. Go with Lodge brand instead.
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Junk brand but price is good
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Cheap Chinese junk. Go with Lodge brand instead.
https://www.walmart.com/ip/Lodge-...3/20450312 @$34.90
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Lodge is thicker to hold more heat?
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You can buy the cheap Chinese junk and enjoy the chemical contamination that comes with it.
The link is to a lodge cast iron combo set, made in "Murica".
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Lodge is thicker to hold more heat?
Drawbacks

The heat retention capability of cast iron cookware is proportional to its weight. Lightweight cast iron panwon't hold heat as long as a thicker one.

Due to lower heat retention capability, lightweight cast iron pans cook less evenly than their thicker counterparts.

Lightweight cast iron cookware is more fragile than traditional cast iron cookware. It is prone to damage such as cracking and splitting.
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Drawbacks

The heat retention capability of cast iron cookware is proportional to its weight. Lightweight cast iron panwon't hold heat as long as a thicker one.

Due to lower heat retention capability, lightweight cast iron pans cook less evenly than their thicker counterparts.

Lightweight cast iron cookware is more fragile than traditional cast iron cookware. It is prone to damage such as cracking and splitting.
Actually, traditional old vintage cast iron that is much sought after is thinner than Lodge's modern day thicker stuff.
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Actually, traditional old vintage cast iron that is much sought after is thinner than Lodge's modern day thicker stuff.
The cast iron in this thread is mass produced, so you'll most likely want something that's sturdy and not light weight and thin. Vintage and hand made cast iron are lighter in weight due to the amount of labor put into it and the price will be reflected in that, unless you find a deal on a griswold sitting at a thrift store
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The link is to a lodge cast iron combo set, made in "Murica".
Sorry, I misunderstood.
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Drawbacks

The heat retention capability of cast iron cookware is proportional to its weight. Lightweight cast iron panwon't hold heat as long as a thicker one.

Due to lower heat retention capability, lightweight cast iron pans cook less evenly than their thicker counterparts.

Lightweight cast iron cookware is more fragile than traditional cast iron cookware. It is prone to damage such as cracking and splitting.
Fragile argument is reasonable. Uneven cooking argument is bullshit.
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the Lodge is frequently on sale for not much more. for such a small difference..... (big % difference yes, but small numerical dollar difference for something that you will own for the rest of your life)....

i would rather buy the Lodge product and support American jobs. is there anything wrong with this brand? prob not, who knows. is one thicker than the other? i don't know. any pre-seasoning differences are a moot point as you will want to re-season either brand before using it for the first time in my experience

another issue is warranty. should you ever experience an issue with a Lodge product. you email them a photo of the defect, a photo of the imprint on the bottom of the pan, and in 7-12 business days you will have a brand new pan at your door. this brand? who knows. i presume this brand's cast iron is made in china, maybe same factory that ozark trail is from?

i know it's hard to pass up on a cheap cast iron deal, like the cheap ozark trail ones from walmart. but.....

Lodge Tennessee Factory video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oj2qCi-ruoY . as the video states, the factory has employed generations of employees. to me, that's easily worth the little extra for a durable good product so i can support that
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you can use this as weapon...just like PUBG
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