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Demeyere Industry Stainless-Steel Fry Pan 9 1/2 inch $59.96 instead of $175

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Normally $175 and now on sale for $59.96
5 ply - ss/a/ac/a/ss
Rivetless design

Considered (by some) to be superior than All-Clad (myself included; I own D3 and D5 All-Clad and prefer this pan. Haven't had a chance to use the Demeyere Atlantis series yet (7 ply).

Seemed like a great deal so I figured I would share it!

https://www.williams-sonoma.com/m...%3AAutoRel
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good price, but the proline for $15 more is the better buy
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good price, but the proline for $15 more is the better buy
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also at Williams Sonoma. all their Atlantis products are 25% off
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good price, but the proline for $15 more is the better buy
Is the Proline different than their Atlantis line? I read somewhere that the Industry line is 5ply throughout where the Atlantis has the 7ply base but not throughout the whole construction (which could be a turnoff). Also I haven't used either the Proline or the Atlantis, how do they compare to the Industry 5? Seems hard to find a video/forum comparison Of the two other than a specifications breakdown.

Thanks for your help Smilie
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Is the Proline different than their Atlantis line? I read somewhere that the Industry line is 5ply throughout where the Atlantis has the 7ply base but not throughout the whole construction (which could be a turnoff). Also I haven't used either the Proline or the Atlantis, how do they compare to the Industry 5? Seems hard to find a video/forum comparison Of the two other than a specifications breakdown.

Thanks for your help Smilie
pay no attention to the number of layers, it's the thickness that counts. the Atlantis is the high end and many will argue the best cookware available. the skillets, branded Atlantis proline, and the sauciers are fully cladded whereas the pots and saute pans are disc based, so the walls don't have all the layers. the thought behind this is that sauce pans are generally used for boiling, simmering, sauteing, etc where you don't need fully cladded sides.

like I said, the layers don't matter as all multiply cookware is essentially three ply; a conductive layer sandwiched between two stainless steel layers. the Atlantis line has a nearly 5mm conductive layer, which is massive. the industry has 3mm, which is still among the best on the market. allclad is 2.7mm, for reference.

two other things that set demeyere apart are the chemical wash they use, which they brand silvinox, which removes impurities like iron from the 18/10 stainless steel. the other is that the handles are welded on, meaning there are no rivets on the inside of the cookware for food to get stuck to. those two things make these incredibly easily to clean and the finish will hold up over time.

demeyere is owned by Henkels, and both the Atlantis and industry lines are sold under different names with mostly minor design and capacity tweeks. Google can tell you the all different ones but functionally the Atlantis is the same as the sur la table 7 and the discontinued KitchenAid 7-ply, for example.
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Any additional off or cashback? $75 for a fry pan is a little steep even for a quality Atlantis product.
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Any additional off or cashback? $75 for a fry pan is a little steep even for a quality Atlantis product.
The 8in is $75 but the larger 9.5in is $59–you have to scroll down and click on it to show the price. There may be 10% back on Rakuten but I'm not sure.
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https://www.williams-sonoma.com/m/products/demeyere-atlantis-stainless-steel-fry-pan/?pkey=s%7Cdemeyere%7C16
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good price, but the proline for $15 more is the better buy
I agree. $75 at Williams Sonos and $80 at Costco.

https://www.costco.com/demeyere-a...17667.html
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