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Would these work on an induction cooktop?

EDIT: Found the same set on amazon and it says NOT compatible with induction
edit: I stand corrected! There *is* an aluminum core in these pans to increase heat conduction. Apologies for my error and thanks to the folks that corrected me! That said, I still think this is a solid set that will perform very well in most tasks - though still not exactly what I would call "high end." Viking is a very reputable company and makes great kitchen equipment. I might also mention that professional chefs rarely cook on anything quite this nice. They just have too much volume to afford expensive cookware - but the most important take away there is that technique is more important than equipment. Cheers!

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The negative reviews are pretty clearly from people that think stainless steel surfaces cook like PTFE, and don't understand how copper oxidizes or how to maintain it.

That said, this is not exactly high end cookware. Without an aluminum core (tri-ply), they can't distribute heat as evenly or quickly. That is generally fine for most cooking - aside from frying or searing. If you are considering these, go for it, then pick up a couple of heavy duty, cast iron skillets and learn how to season them. (The only others you may need are a crepe pan and a wok.) You will be able to cook 98% of the dishes out there once you learn how to use them. Frustration is normal when using a pan without a coating! You can work it out - I promise. It will make you a better cook.

Also, and respectfully, if you worried about how they look, you are kind of missing the point. They are tools and should look like they are being used. Keep them clean and enjoy the patina with pride. Make something delicious and no one will care how they look!

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I bought last week, but I'm gonna return for this price! It's another 30 dollars off!
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Thanks for saying something, so much of the time I don't know when a link breaks Frown but it does seem to be working ok on my PC, so I am not sure what is up with it...
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Would these work on an induction cooktop?

EDIT: Found the same set on amazon and it says NOT compatible with induction
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Is it just me or does this price seem too low to for the Viking brand? The most recent reviews are not that great and have pictures to support.

https://www.amazon.com/Viking-Cul...merReviews
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Are these any good? Branding aside, they're just copper-colored stainless, right?

I ask because other than its stoves and ovens, Viking tends to stick its brand on other companies' products for a price uptick. Viking dishwashers are made by Asko and its fridges are Amana.
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Thanks for saying something, so much of the time I don't know when a link breaks Frown but it does seem to be working ok on my PC, so I am not sure what is up with it...
Thanks, works fine now on my desktop. It kept looping back on my iphone.
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Is it just me or does this price seem too low to for the Viking brand? The most recent reviews are not that great and have pictures to support.

https://www.amazon.com/Viking-Cul...merReviews
The brand is really tempting but I need to be wary at such a low price.
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The brand is really tempting but I need to be wary at such a low price.
THanks for the link. I'm backing off on my order since I know how frustrating copper can be to stay clean. I would use these pans to cook. Im sure they look nice hanging up on a hook next to bound up dried sprigs of rosemary, but thats not what I need them for. Id be using them three times a day, and trusting teenagers making eggs in the morning not to screw them up...
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edit: I stand corrected! There *is* an aluminum core in these pans to increase heat conduction. Apologies for my error and thanks to the folks that corrected me! That said, I still think this is a solid set that will perform very well in most tasks - though still not exactly what I would call "high end." Viking is a very reputable company and makes great kitchen equipment. I might also mention that professional chefs rarely cook on anything quite this nice. They just have too much volume to afford expensive cookware - but the most important take away there is that technique is more important than equipment. Cheers!

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The negative reviews are pretty clearly from people that think stainless steel surfaces cook like PTFE, and don't understand how copper oxidizes or how to maintain it.

That said, this is not exactly high end cookware. Without an aluminum core (tri-ply), they can't distribute heat as evenly or quickly. That is generally fine for most cooking - aside from frying or searing. If you are considering these, go for it, then pick up a couple of heavy duty, cast iron skillets and learn how to season them. (The only others you may need are a crepe pan and a wok.) You will be able to cook 98% of the dishes out there once you learn how to use them. Frustration is normal when using a pan without a coating! You can work it out - I promise. It will make you a better cook.

Also, and respectfully, if you worried about how they look, you are kind of missing the point. They are tools and should look like they are being used. Keep them clean and enjoy the patina with pride. Make something delicious and no one will care how they look!
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The negative reviews are pretty clearly from people that think stainless steel surfaces cook like PTFE, and don't understand how copper oxidizes or how to maintain it.

That said, this is not exactly high end cookware. Without an aluminum core (tri-ply), they can't distribute heat as evenly or quickly. That is generally fine for most cooking - aside from frying or searing. If you are considering these, go for it, then pick up a couple of heavy duty, cast iron skillets and learn how to season them. (The only others you may need are a crepe pan and a wok.) You will be able to cook 98% of the dishes out there once you learn how to use them. Frustration is normal when using a pan without a coating! You can work it out - I promise. It will make you a better cook.

Also, and respectfully, if you worried about how they look, you are kind of missing the point. They are tools and should look like they are being used. Keep them clean and enjoy the patina with pride. Make something delicious and no one will care how they look!
These are Tri-Ply, though...
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The negative reviews are pretty clearly from people that think stainless steel surfaces cook like PTFE, and don't understand how copper oxidizes or how to maintain it.

That said, this is not exactly high end cookware. Without an aluminum core (tri-ply), they can't distribute heat as evenly or quickly. That is generally fine for most cooking - aside from frying or searing. If you are considering these, go for it, then pick up a couple of heavy duty, cast iron skillets and learn how to season them. (The only others you may need are a crepe pan and a wok.) You will be able to cook 98% of the dishes out there once you learn how to use them. Frustration is normal when using a pan without a coating! You can work it out - I promise. It will make you a better cook.

Also, and respectfully, if you worried about how they look, you are kind of missing the point. They are tools and should look like they are being used. Keep them clean and enjoy the patina with pride. Make something delicious and no one will care how they look!
These have Al cores.

I bought these at $200 and thought it was an amazing deal. At $130 it's redonkulous. Matches great with my Viking grill and rustic home.​
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