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64-Piece Sedona Kitchen-In-A-Box Cookware & Food Storage Set EXPIRED

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Macys.com has 64-Piece Sedona Kitchen-In-A-Box Cookware & Food Storage Set for $44.99 w/ promo code VIP applied in cart. Shipping is free. Thanks daisybeetle

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  • 8-Piece Cookware Set:
    • 1-qt. sauce pan w/ lid
    • 3-qt. sauce pan w/ lid
    • 8" saute pan
    • 10" saute pan
    • 12" fry pan w/ lid
  • 24-Piece Plastic Storage Set:
    • 3x 9-oz. round containers w/ lids
    • 3x 25-oz. round containers w/ lids
    • 3x 25-oz. square containers w/ lids
    • 3x 32-oz. square containers w/ lids
  • 6-Piece Tool Set:
    • 5x 12"L nylon tools (spoon, slotted turner, spaghetti server, ladle, whisk) plus stainless steel tool caddy
  • 4-Piece Stainless Steel Mixing Bowl Set:
    • 1-qt. mixing & prep bowl w/ plastic led
    • 1.25-qt. mixing & prep bowl w/ plastic lid
  • 5x Plastic Measuring Cups
  • 5x Plastic Measuring Spoons
  • 3-Piece Plastic Cutting Board Set
    • Large 14" x 10"
    • Medium 11.4" x 7.75"
    • Small 8" x 3.35"
  • Set of 2 carbon Steel Nonstick Baking Sheets:
    • Medium 15" x 11"
    • Large 17" x 11.6"
  • Set of 2 Silicone Pot Holders
  • Set of 4 bag clips
  • 1000ml Measuring Cup
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How is the quality?
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How is the quality?
Think T-fal...
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Looks like a fair enough set for a college kid's first set. I wouldn't expect any of it to be great for the price but it also might be good replacements for some non-stick stuff my ex liked to use metal utensils on; though not sure how much savings there would be replacing just the pieces I need to replace.
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How much did Macy's pay for this ad run the last few days??
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How is the quality?
Lol.

Like the crap you'd find at the dollar-store
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Think T-fal...
T-fal quality is actually decent, especially for their professional E line or even their C line. Any non-stick cookware needs to be replaced in 2-3 years anyway, and that's how you should think about it when buying a set.
Judging by the pictures and people's comments, these might be comparable or lower than T-fal's entry B line (Though I have no experience with Sedona brand), so I consider this to be expensive for the cookware itself. The extras might make it worth your while, if you actually need to start a casual first kitchen as a college student or something like that
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T-fal quality is actually decent, especially for their professional E line or even their C line. Any non-stick cookware needs to be replaced in 2-3 years anyway, and that's how you should think about it when buying a set.
Judging by the pictures and people's comments, these might be comparable or lower than T-fal's entry B line (Though I have no experience with Sedona brand), so I consider this to be expensive for the cookware itself. The extras might make it worth your while, if you actually need to start a casual first kitchen as a college student or something like that
Good info, but I use All-Clad and the like. Was stating to shezolmix the Sedona brand is on par with T-fal is all.

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