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5.5-Qt Williams Sonoma Enameled Cast Iron Dutch Oven Crafted by Staub EXPIRED

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Williams-Sonoma.com has Williams Sonoma Enameled Cast Iron Dutch Oven Crafted by Staub (5.5-Quart or 7.25-Quart) on sale from $124.99. Shipping is free. Thanks UpperDecker3

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  • 5.5-Quart
    • Red $124.99
    • Blue $124.99
  • 7.25-Quart
    • Red $149.99

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These dutch ovens are final sale items and are not eligible for returns. -oceanlake

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Williams Sonoma is having a sale on their own branded enameled cast iron dutch ovens made by Staub in France. Staub is a great brand, comparable to Le Creuset, so really good quality.

Only have blue or red colors available.

5.5 Qt is $125
7.25 Qt is $150 (blue NLA for shipping)

https://www.williams-sonoma.com/p...20Braisers

If you look at what regular Staub branded dutch ovens go for, this appears to be really good deal.
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Staub makes really good quality stuff and this is a great deal. It's just too bad the inside of their Dutch ovens are black instead of white. Makes it difficult to place a thermometer in and tell if you're touching the bottom or not. Le Creuset and Cuisinart use a white enameled interior, much easier to see what's going on.
I used to own LeCreuset and now own a 3qt black enamel Staub. I like black enamel better because white enamel sooner or later gets stained and does not look good.

I'm not sure why someone up the thread says black enamel is like teflon. It's nothing like teflon. It's enamel. Staub is a reputable maker that gets the same level of respect as Le Creuset. They are direct competitors.

My concern with this deal is these are the pieces specifically designed by and made for Williams Sonoma. I don't know if they are the same quality as normal Staub pieces.
I don't think lodge enameled ones are made in usa.

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Only buy if you are 100% going to keep it. From the product page, "Items ending in .99 are final sale and cannot be cancelled or returned."

That said, I wonder if these will come down in price further as time goes on?
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Staub makes really good quality stuff and this is a great deal. It's just too bad the inside of their Dutch ovens are black instead of white. Makes it difficult to place a thermometer in and tell if you're touching the bottom or not. Le Creuset and Cuisinart use a white enameled interior, much easier to see what's going on.
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Not the usual knob handle. But if it's the same construction with LC or Staub, then this looks like a deal.
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Staub makes really good quality stuff and this is a great deal. It's just too bad the inside of their Dutch ovens are black instead of white. Makes it difficult to place a thermometer in and tell if you're touching the bottom or not. Le Creuset and Cuisinart use a white enameled interior, much easier to see what's going on.
Agreed, I have one black enameled staub, and I rarely use it because of the colour of the enamel. I reach for the white enameled le crueset all the times, easier too see browning, thermometer location etc.
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Is this so much better than the Lodge enameled one that goes on sale for $40 a few times a year? I have owned one of those for 2 years and used it a lot. It still looks brand new. I couldn't be happier. Made in the US too. Why is this one so much more $$$?
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Is this so much better than the Lodge enameled one that goes on sale for $40 a few times a year? I have owned one of those for 2 years and used it a lot. It still looks brand new. I couldn't be happier. Made in the US too. Why is this one so much more $$$?
I don't think lodge enameled ones are made in usa.
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Can we do high heat on enameled pans? That's a major deal breaker for me.
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Can we do high heat on enameled pans? That's a major deal breaker for me.
That's kind of the point of these cast iron Dutch ovens. You can boil, broil, bake, etc. with them. I have a 4 and 7 qt Staub. I agree that white enamel would've been ideal, but I couldn't say no to the deals I got on them.
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It has been this price for the past few weeks. The 1-star review complains about chipping of the black enamel around the rim. Looks like normal Staub does not have this issue, but Le Creuset does not have enamel around the rim either.
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Only buy if you are 100% going to keep it. From the product page, "Items ending in .99 are final sale and cannot be cancelled or returned."

That said, I wonder if these will come down in price further as time goes on?
A lot of credit cards offer Return Protection, and the price for these ovens are below those limits
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It has been this price for the past few weeks. The 1-star review complains about chipping of the black enamel around the rim. Looks like normal Staub does not have this issue, but Le Creuset does not have enamel around the rim either.
For what it's worth my fontignac (made by staub) doesn't have enamel around the rim nor does my 5.5 staub.

At this price, it's probably still worth it and if it begins chipping, no problem taking it off and seasoning the rim as that's what i do with my other enameled DO
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Seems worth it to me, this is really made by Staub and from a few formum post I found people are very happy w/ these just like their Staubs. If it comes damaged, Chase offers return protection.
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Can we do high heat on enameled pans? That's a major deal breaker for me.
You do medium and stay at medium. You don't really rush the heating and whatnot, don't need to shock it
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