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Kirkland Signature 10 Piece 5-Ply Cookware Set - YMMV, In-Store Only $199.99

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Induction-ready, aluminum and copper core, more comfortable handles than All Clad
Includes:
10" skillet
12" skillet
4.5qt saute pan
2qt sauce pan
3qt sauce pan
8qt stock pot
Also has rolled lips (prevents messy spills), laser etched volumes on the inside. They seemed very well-built, heavy -- time will tell if they warp
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Created 01-20-2020 at 11:04 AM by jqt
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Looks like rebadged all-clad copper core. You don't want to use dishwasher with these since it has exposed copper line. Very good price though.
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Looks like rebadged all-clad copper core. You don't want to use dishwasher with these since it has exposed copper line. Very good price though.
It's made in China so I doubt it's rebadged All Clad. Build quality and finish definitely looks nice though
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All Clad makes some pieces in China for third party labels. They will put the "All Clad" branding on these items.
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It's made in China so I doubt it's rebadged All Clad. Build quality and finish definitely looks nice though
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All Clad makes some pieces in China for third party labels. They will put the "All Clad" branding on these items.
I wasn't aware of that. Thought that part of the All Clad brand was the fact that they were made in the U S of A. Thx for the info
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The nice thing about these is if you're ever dissatisfied or they start to warp, just take them back, no questions asked.

I almost bought these last week but ended up going for a Viking branded set from Sam's club.
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What is the typical price of these?
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how do you know these are all-clad
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I saw these the other day in Costco and they are a dead ringer for All Clad Copper Core with exception of the handles and lids. They feel and wiegh the same in my opinion. For $199 if you always wanted All Clad and couldn't afford it this may be the way to go.
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I saw these the other day in Costco and they are a dead ringer for All Clad Copper Core with exception of the handles and lids. They feel and wiegh the same in my opinion. For $199 if you always wanted All Clad and couldn't afford it this may be the way to go.
I'd be curious to hear the opinion of someone who has the All Clad Copper Core. Looking at photos of the all-clad, the copper is sandwiched between the steel layers all the way to the edge. On these, it doesn't look like the copper goes to the top. It's nice though that this set has steel lids and it might be worth it for this price, even if the copper doesn't go to the top, when compared to the Cuisinart SS Clad set, which goes for around this price.
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I'd be curious to hear the opinion of someone who has the All Clad Copper Core. Looking at photos of the all-clad, the copper is sandwiched between the steel layers all the way to the edge. On these, it doesn't look like the copper goes to the top. It's nice though that this set has steel lids and it might be worth it for this price, even if the copper doesn't go to the top, when compared to the Cuisinart SS Clad set, which goes for around this price.
The aluminum-copper-aluminum goes all the way to the top (minus the stupid decorative line to show off the copper at the bottom)
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Just picked up this set. Layers go all the way to the top according to the image on the box. https://imgur.com/a/be4kNWG
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don't want to use dishwasher with these since it has exposed copper line. Very good price though.

Odd that would be the exact reason! What a hideous design choice Facepalm
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what is the typical price of these?
$199.99
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How difficult is it to use and take care of these type of pans?
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