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All-Clad Stainless Steel 7-Pc. Cookware Set + $25 Macys eGift Card $300 via Slickdeals Rebate + free shipping

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Macys [macys.com] for All-Clad Stainless Steel 7-Pc. Cookware Set + $25 Macys eGift Card for $300 via Slickdeals Rebate when you follow instructions below. Shipping is free.

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  5. Total will be $299.99. Choose free store pickup to save on shipping
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eGift card Rebate valid thru 11/12/19 only
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Nice deal if you need a nice set
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Still using mine every day 23 years later
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If you don't care about name, what would be a cheaper comparable product? I don't cook a lot, I remember some chefs pots and pans were very comparable but that was 10 years ago now, maybe emril?
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If you don't care about name, what would be a cheaper comparable product? I don't cook a lot, I remember some chefs pots and pans were very comparable but that was 10 years ago now, maybe emril?
Looking for an answer to this as well.
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If you don't care about name, what would be a cheaper comparable product? I don't cook a lot, I remember some chefs pots and pans were very comparable but that was 10 years ago now, maybe emril?
I have the older larger set by Tramontina (the one recommended by America's Test Kitchen). I got mine probably about 10-12 yrs ago? These are similar:
https://www.walmart.com/ip/Tramon...1oQAvD_BwE

I've owned a set of AlClad about 20 yrs ago, ex has them...hope she's been choking on her food when she uses them. Mad I have no idea if either is better but I'd spring for the Al Clad if I had the dough?
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All clad is awesome. look closely at the size of the pans in this set. They are a little smaller than optimal. 12" skillet and 8qt stock pot is recommended and a larger saute pan. Might be hard to cook for more than 2 people.
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The "made for Macys" has me nervous. My understanding from research is that All Clad has and continues to make lower quality products for re-branding retail purposes. I don't fully understand what is what yet but the reviews on the macy's site seem to confirm this fact. In an answer to a question - the rep from Macy's confirms this is not the exact same as the D3 line sold on the All Clad site.
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If you don't care about name, what would be a cheaper comparable product? I don't cook a lot, I remember some chefs pots and pans were very comparable but that was 10 years ago now, maybe emril?
Tramontina's tri-ply as mentioned and also Cuisinart's Multiclad line. Cuisinart is made in China and Tramontina has some made in Brazil as well as China.
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Just snagged this 12 piece for $100: http://www.walmart.com/ip/Tramont...e/23080037
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The "made for Macys" has me nervous. My understanding from research is that All Clad has and continues to make lower quality products for re-branding retail purposes. I don't fully understand what is what yet but the reviews on the macy's site seem to confirm this fact. In an answer to a question - the rep from Macy's confirms this is not the exact same as the D3 line sold on the All Clad site.
It's made in the USA, so I would expect the same quality.
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Is this good for use on an induction cooktop?
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Is this good for use on an induction cooktop?
Yes! I got this 7-piece in August for our induction and they're awesome.

As far as the "made for Macy's" I understand the big giant 7-piece box only being available at Macy's, but when i open it, there were 4 individually packaged D3 pieces in what appeared to be retail packaging with their own UPC's. Each item also is stamped "D3" stainless.... Nothing like "D3 for Macy's"

i would be surprised if All Clad is making 2 different lines of varying quality D3's without indicating .as such on the actual items. I'm guessing the individual pieces are identical no matter where you buy, but it's just whether Macy's builds a 7-piece vs Williams Sonoma's 14 or Amazon's 10-piece. Pure guess, but i'd be curious if anyone has actual info if they are actually different.

I registered for the warranty as a 7-piece, although i believe the individual pieces came up off their own barcodes before i realized it would be quicker to register the single "7-piece" barcode instead of the 4 items individually. They require the receipt, which was the other reason i registered as the set. I wonder if the warranty is different depending on where you buy....
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Yes! I got this 7-piece in August for our induction and they're awesome.

As far as the "made for Macy's" I understand the big giant 7-piece box only being available at Macy's, but when i open it, there were 4 individually packaged D3 pieces in what appeared to be retail packaging with their own UPC's. Each item also is stamped "D3" stainless.... Nothing like "D3 for Macy's"

i would be surprised if All Clad is making 2 different lines of varying quality D3's without indicating .as such on the actual items. I'm guessing the individual pieces are identical no matter where you buy, but it's just whether Macy's builds a 7-piece vs Williams Sonoma's 14 or Amazon's 10-piece. Pure guess, but i'd be curious if anyone has actual info if they are actually different.

I registered for the warranty as a 7-piece, although i believe the individual pieces came up off their own barcodes before i realized it would be quicker to register the single "7-piece" barcode instead of the 4 items individually. They require the receipt, which was the other reason i registered as the set. I wonder if the warranty is different depending on where you buy....
Thank you! =)
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