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zwilling_j.a._henckels via Ebay [ebay.com] has Staub Cast Iron 7-qt Round Cocotte (saffron) on sale for $179.95 - 10% in cart discount - 10% w code POWERTEN = $145.75. Shipping is free.
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same price on amazon...
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same price on amazon...
Thanks Soopersoak, I did a search but I am not seeing it (most look like $299.95 [amazon.com]). Do you have a link?
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Ah you're right, it's $179
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Ah you're right, it's $179
But do you have a link? Sometimes if its a good price I like to provide some options. Thanks!

I see this, but its $172.39 + $48.15 in shipping (total $220.54) : https://www.amazon.com/Staub-Saff...B00DVPNB2A
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Even after discount, it is still costly
May be this deal is for rich people out here
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Even after discount, it is still costly
May be this deal is for rich people out here
This will serve you and you grandkids with some proper care. This is an investment not like saving $0.015 on silicon case from China. Smilie
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Even after discount, it is still costly
May be this deal is for rich people out here
I understand the appeal of good, lifelong tools (the Staub has a 30 year warranty, Le Creuset has a lifetime warranty), but man I just can't justify the price when I've purchased Lodge for 1/3 the price and it's held up great for the last 4-5 years. It gets weekly (usually 3-4 times per week) in the fall, winter and spring in my house, from bread to braises and stews. And one was purchased for $45, and the other was $38 (gift for my sister).

That being said, enameled dutch ovens are amazing, and if you don't have one (and like to cook) you should certainly pick one up (not necessarily this one if it's too expensive, though). Keep in mind that the Staub has a "self-basting" feature where the lid has bumps on it for the steam to coalesce on and drip back down on to the food. The result is that less of the liquid in the pot will evaporate unless you purposefully leave the lid cracked on it. That could be a positive or a negative based on what you're trying to make.
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You don't have to be "rich" to afford this in this country. If you are a middle income person, and enjoy cooking, it's priced low enough for you to buy it as a special gift. If you don't enjoy cooking or care enough, why bother. Just buy a Lodge. That will also last you a very long time.

The notion of justifying to pay All-clad or Le Creuset price b/c it lasts lifetime is bonker. Get a good quality 3-ply Tramontina or Lodge. That will last you lifetime as well at much lower price. A lot of mid tiered products nowadays last a very long time.

Don't get me wrong. I'm not against buying All-clad or Le Creuset. I own them. I just don't like how people justify paying that price because it lasts lifetime and others don't. Tramontina, Lodge, and other reputable brands products last really long time as well. Even lifetime. So just admit that you care about cooking enough that you are paying premium for the brand name and the diminishing return. There's nothing wrong with that.
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This will be a perfect wedding gift. For those of us that cook in them on a regular basis this is passing down a legacy, Thank you for sharing.
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This will serve you and you grandkids with some proper care. This is an investment not like saving $0.015 on silicon case from China. Smilie
I bought something like this for 40 bucks. Pretty sure it will out last my grand kids... if anyone even uses these in 20 years.
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I understand the appeal of good, lifelong tools (the Staub has a 30 year warranty, Le Creuset has a lifetime warranty), but man I just can't justify the price when I've purchased Lodge for 1/3 the price and it's held up great for the last 4-5 years. It gets weekly (usually 3-4 times per week) in the fall, winter and spring in my house, from bread to braises and stews. And one was purchased for $45, and the other was $38 (gift for my sister).

That being said, enameled dutch ovens are amazing, and if you don't have one (and like to cook) you should certainly pick one up (not necessarily this one if it's too expensive, though). Keep in mind that the Staub has a "self-basting" feature where the lid has bumps on it for the steam to coalesce on and drip back down on to the food. The result is that less of the liquid in the pot will evaporate unless you purposefully leave the lid cracked on it. That could be a positive or a negative based on what you're trying to make.
Enamel cast iron is nice but a June oven is amazing. Also think the 8qt foodi deluxe is amazing.
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Enamel cast iron is nice but a June oven is amazing. Also think the 8qt foodi deluxe is amazing.
Lol. You apparently have no idea what a dutch oven is, or how it's used.
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This will be a perfect wedding gift. For those of us that cook in them on a regular basis this is passing down a legacy, Thank you for sharing.
Agree - I've gotten 2 close friends who like to cook Staubs as wedding gifts. Slickdeals Staubs that is. They loved it and it's neat because it's something they'll use multiple times a week and always think about me!
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Even after discount, it is still costly
May be this deal is for rich people out here
Smilie

Rich people? Hardly.

There are people out there who are barely making ends meet who purchased $1,000 phones. I know people with monthly family cellphone bills at $300 a month.

It all comes down to what you think is important. I own a 7 quart staub.. it's unbelievable. I also own triply SS cookware.

Quality costs extra.
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