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Cookware Sets: T-Fal Culinaire 16-Piece Nonstick Aluminum EXPIRED

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For light cooking, T-fal is fine. But for regular use, I had bad experience with this set.

with use after 3 months, coating started coming out. When I contacted their warranty support, they wanted me to ship the set at my expense to them so that they can investigate.
IMHO you should consider this set:

https://www.macys.com/shop/produc...D=11202302

This is a pretty good set for everyday cooking.
Has no reviews on Macy's but you can look for it at Amazon. Amazon might price-match Macy's, or you can just order from Macy's.

100 usd is the most I'd spend on a set, and to me this T-Fal series offers the best quality and looks for that price range.
There are better sets, there are cheaper sets. I think this one hits just the sweet spot.

Cheers y'all.
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T-fal is decent for the price. I am waiting on deals for it's granite cookware.
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If you believe the "regular" price, I've got some excellent swampland for you to consider as an investment.
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For light cooking, T-fal is fine. But for regular use, I had bad experience with this set.

with use after 3 months, coating started coming out. When I contacted their warranty support, they wanted me to ship the set at my expense to them so that they can investigate.
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Is the $50 a good deal for someone single? I'm not a fancy cook but I'm looking for something for when I cook pasta or eggs.
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am a fan of TFal Hard Anodized line
Not sure on these tho
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Most of this package is a bunch of filler.

I think the 10 buck 3 piece T-Fal Frypan set is a better slick deal, unless you need all those filler items.
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IMHO you should consider this set:

https://www.macys.com/shop/produc...D=11202302

This is a pretty good set for everyday cooking.
Has no reviews on Macy's but you can look for it at Amazon. Amazon might price-match Macy's, or you can just order from Macy's.

100 usd is the most I'd spend on a set, and to me this T-Fal series offers the best quality and looks for that price range.
There are better sets, there are cheaper sets. I think this one hits just the sweet spot.

Cheers y'all.
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Is the $50 a good deal for someone single? I'm not a fancy cook but I'm looking for something for when I cook pasta or eggs.
For someone single, this set has too many pieces IMO. I'd get a smaller set.
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IMHO you should consider this set:

https://www.macys.com/shop/produc...D=11202302

This is a pretty good set for everyday cooking.
Has no reviews on Macy's but you can look for it at Amazon. Amazon might price-match Macy's, or you can just order from Macy's.

100 usd is the most I'd spend on a set, and to me this T-Fal series offers the best quality and looks for that price range.
There are better sets, there are cheaper sets. I think this one hits just the sweet spot.

Cheers y'all.
This is the set I have. I agree with these comments. I don't remember the price I paid but it was from a SD post. I'm very pleased with them so far.
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Have two T-fal pans, my experience have not been good. After 3 month regular use, the bottom of the pan would warp, so it's no longer flat. As mentioned by another the non stick coating would come off. The warping and coating problems happened to both pans. Trying to claim on warranty is unclear and a hassle. Would not recommend.
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IMHO you should consider this set:

https://www.macys.com/shop/produc...D=11202302

This is a pretty good set for everyday cooking.
Has no reviews on Macy's but you can look for it at Amazon. Amazon might price-match Macy's, or you can just order from Macy's.

100 usd is the most I'd spend on a set, and to me this T-Fal series offers the best quality and looks for that price range.
There are better sets, there are cheaper sets. I think this one hits just the sweet spot.

Cheers y'all.
Do you know if this is the same series they sell at Costco?
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When you search cuisinart onyx. That set pops up for macy as 97.76 but with "code". Anyone know the code to use??
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If you believe the "regular" price, I've got some excellent swampland for you to consider as an investment.
Pretty sure the existence of disney world kills this joke. Disney purchased thousands of acres of swampland in central FL using shell companies, and went on to become one of the biggest corporations in the world
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