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enter email and agree to terms. At cart add code GSEBVIP15 for extra 15% off -> now 20% off w/ code THANKYOU20. Shipping is free.

This is a very nice sale as there are about 10-20 products that I have not seen this low or even on the site in the last few years.

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It's not a new policy. All of their cooking lines have a lifetime warranty apart from their non-stick line. It's not realistic to expect the coating to last forever anyways.
Don't be sleazy. Costco's return policy isn't for you to abuse.
I dont see any reason to spend $95 on a nonstick. It uses the same non-stick coating as every other non-stick pan. They're good for eggs and a small amount of other things. I use one maybe 1 meal a month and my $19 non-stick I got from Target is still totally functional after 3 years.

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Do you still get lifetime warranty?
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Thank OP!

My "aluminum" anniversary is coming up. I think the wife would be pissed if I went with the foil I had in mind Smilie
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Do you still get lifetime warranty?

yes. on most things, like all made in the usa, etc
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Thanks OP got a roasting rack Smilie
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So I actually just finished trying to make a warranty claim for an Allclad pan. Had a set of pots/pans for about 5 years and over the past few months the non-stick coating started wearing off one of them.

Emailed Allclad and sent pics, and was told that the non-stick coating wears off this way from normal use, and it's not covered under warranty. I asked if they have a option for repair/refurbishment, and this was their answer:

"Unfortunately we do not resurface or repair our cookware. We are hosting a online sale if you are interested in replacing the pan. The link is below..."

I have the tendency to pay a significant premium for items that advertise with a "lifetime warranty," but I would advise avoiding Allclad unless you're buying from Costco.
It's not a new policy. All of their cooking lines have a lifetime warranty apart from their non-stick line. It's not realistic to expect the coating to last forever anyways.
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It's so confusing -- can someone tell me what's the Good/Better/Best here?
D3, D5, Copper Core...
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So I actually just finished trying to make a warranty claim for an Allclad pan. Had a set of pots/pans for about 5 years and over the past few months the non-stick coating started wearing off one of them.

Emailed Allclad and sent pics, and was told that the non-stick coating wears off this way from normal use, and it's not covered under warranty. I asked if they have a option for repair/refurbishment, and this was their answer:

"Unfortunately we do not resurface or repair our cookware. We are hosting a online sale if you are interested in replacing the pan. The link is below..."

I have the tendency to pay a significant premium for items that advertise with a "lifetime warranty," but I would advise avoiding Allclad unless you're buying from Costco.
non-stick coating is consumable. if it flakes/etc due to defect, that's 1 thing; but otherwise, it's normal with use.

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It's so confusing -- can someone tell me what's the Good/Better/Best here?
D3, D5, Copper Core...
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d7 --> c4 --> coppercore. with some exceptions ltd and mc2 can be better
d5 pans are overall best performance / $ ratio if RESPONSIVENESS id not your concern, such as cream based sauces, etc..
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So I actually just finished trying to make a warranty claim for an Allclad pan. Had a set of pots/pans for about 5 years and over the past few months the non-stick coating started wearing off one of them.

Emailed Allclad and sent pics, and was told that the non-stick coating wears off this way from normal use, and it's not covered under warranty. I asked if they have a option for repair/refurbishment, and this was their answer:

"Unfortunately we do not resurface or repair our cookware. We are hosting a online sale if you are interested in replacing the pan. The link is below..."

I have the tendency to pay a significant premium for items that advertise with a "lifetime warranty," but I would advise avoiding Allclad unless you're buying from Costco.
I've seen differing experiences with All-Clad warranties - some really good, some like your experience. I personally think the degradation of the non-stick coating does impact the performance of the pan which then warrants the replacement (because I'd buy a new pan when the old coating wears off...)
Good to know!
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non-stick coating is consumable. if it flakes/etc due to defect, that's 1 thing; but otherwise, it's normal with use.





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d7 --> c4 --> coppercore. with some exceptions ltd and mc2 can be better
d5 pans are overall best performance / $ ratio if RESPONSIVENESS id not your concern, such as cream based sauces, etc..
The devil we know on that coating consumable comment
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I dont see any reason to spend $95 on a nonstick. It uses the same non-stick coating as every other non-stick pan. They're good for eggs and a small amount of other things. I use one maybe 1 meal a month and my $19 non-stick I got from Target is still totally functional after 3 years.
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