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Macy's has All-Clad Stainless Steel 7-Piece Cookware Set on sale for $299.99. Shipping is free. Thanks Fortnite

Set includes:
  • 10" Fry Pan
  • 2-Quart Saucepan w/ Cover
  • 3-Quart Sauté Pan w/ Cover
  • 6-Quart Stockpot w/ Cover
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How about we get good pans the first time and not destroy the environment by returning warped pans every single year.
Been recently doing a TON of research on cookware recently. This set (aka D3) is a solid set and a good buy compared to the normal retail price. The key piece here is the 10" skillet which is fine for a couple but not big enough for a family (or perhaps more of a secondary skillet). I know for myself a 12" skillet is my most used pan. The Demeyere five-ply skillets (sold under various sub-brands like Industry5) are all considered superior to D3 due to thicker aluminum at roughly the same regular price when bought separately. As for the straight wall saucepan, it appears many people recommend conical shapes instead for more heating surface area, better evaporation, fewer hard angles for whisking, and larger opening for easier access. It's debatable if saute pans and stock pots need to be clad as the side walls don't really do much cooking, a thick disc base is arguably superior.

So ultimately I'd call this a good starter set for the enthusiast young cook. But for roughly the same sale price you could also get the better performing All-Clad MC2 with thicker aluminum. For someone who is more advanced or has a family to feed, this set would be limiting and you might be better off identifying which individual pieces better suit your needs.
I agree. This seems like a decent deal for the set but no one ever spent 840 dollars on it.

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Brushed stainless, IMHO, is the only way to go. These lids end up looking horrible.
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I don't see "d3" in the product description. The linked page shows the d3 on the bottom of the page as a separate item.
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I don't see "d3" in the product description. The linked page shows the d3 on the bottom of the page as a separate item.
D3 = tri-ply stainless. All-Clad renamed the line to make some sense of the marketing. They had D5, D7, and D3 Armor, but they were still calling regular D3 as tri-ply or even simply stainless steel. Not every retailer has updated their web copy.
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I don't see "d3" in the product description. The linked page shows the d3 on the bottom of the page as a separate item.
Tri-ply is D3 and D3 is Tri-play
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America's Test Kitchen said Tri-Ply (D3) had better performance than the other models so I chose the D3 over the other models. I got my set a few years ago and have been extremely happy. Highly recommended.
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Brushed stainless, IMHO, is the only way to go. These lids end up looking horrible.
Not really in my experience. I've had the copper core version pots for 5yrs now and the lids look fine (i believe the lids are same). This is a pretty good deal. 6% available in cashback too
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Not really in my experience. I've had the copper core version pots for 5yrs now and the lids look fine (i believe the lids are same). This is a pretty good deal. 6% available in cashback too
I have the copper set as well. I hand wash everything. Lids look terrible. 🤷
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A 10 pc Kirkland copper core set at Costco is $200, they may warp a little bit but you aren't spending on the brand name.
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Macy's had the same sale back in March so I got this set. Thoroughly enjoying these pots/pans. These SS pots/pans will heat up fairly quickly so don't use high heat. I stick with low/med-low. If you don't use oil/spray then things will stick to the pan, especially eggs/fish. Get some bar keepers friend to clean the mess. Make sure you register for warranty. Happy usage!
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