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All-Clad: 11" Hard-Anodized Grill Pan or Griddle

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Macys.com has select All-Clad Cookware on sale listed below for $49.99 - $20 w/ promo code BLKFRI50 = $29.99 each. Shipping is free. Thanks daisybeetle

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Very nice, it's the version without the annoying handle.

EDIT: I don't think these are induction compatible. But the tradeoff is, better handle design and .5" larger than the other similar version.
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was Macy's fake sales on messing with their offer pricing, I've totally started to disregard them
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Ensure you are signed to your Macy's account before you apply promo code.
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Yes I do like these handle much better, however this set is from the "Essentials Nonstick" line, while the poor handles are from the "Hard Anodized" line.

Can anyone provide insight on the difference between the two line in regards to performance? I general I know Hard Anodized holds up better to higher heat, and metal utensils, but wasn't able to get a clear difference between the two All-Clad lines.

Hard Anodized set for reference
https://www.macys.com/shop/produc...ID=2675318

Added*** I discovered that although the top of the pans look very similar in both lines the bottom is very different. The Hard Anodized line has a bonded Stainless while the nonstick does not. You can see the difference in the pictures on All-Clads site

Nonstick https://www.all-clad.com/Cookware...2100111973
Hard Anodized https://www.all-clad.com/Cookware...2100090557

Although I like the handles of the nonstick set better, I like the overall pan construction of the Hard Anodized set better.
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Yes I do like these handle much better, however this set is from the "Essentials Nonstick" line, while the poor handles are from the "Hard Anodized" line.

Can anyone provide insight on the difference between the two line in regards to performance? I general I know Hard Anodized holds up better to higher heat, and metal utensils, but wasn't able to get a clear difference between the two All-Clad lines.

Hard Anodized set for reference
https://www.macys.com/shop/produc...ID=2675318
.5 inch larger and it's not induction compatible. So it's technically lighter without the metal steel plate that makes it induction compatible.
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I can't decide between this and the Calphalon Contemporary. I like that these can go to a higher temp and have no rivets from the handle. Any other selling points or suggestions?
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Bought these last time for $40. Great pans. Ordering another set now as a backup.
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Very nice, it's the version without the annoying handle.

EDIT: I don't think these are induction compatible. But the tradeoff is, better handle design and .5" larger than the other similar version.
What do you mean by "annoying handle"? I have a set of the All-Clad stainless. How are the handles on this any different?
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How long do the nonstick coatings on these last?
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How long do the nonstick coatings on these last?
Just as long as they last on Mainstays brand. I have a all-clad non-stick and I'm telling you from my personal experience.
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How long do the nonstick coatings on these last?
gave them to my dad 1.5 years ago (ish) and they still look like new
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What do you mean by "annoying handle"? I have a set of the All-Clad stainless. How are the handles on this any different?
Likely the same handle your set has, with the divot running down the middle.

I personally find that handle design to be extremely useful both in setting tools on and full handling with one hand.
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