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Sam's Club Members: 14-Piece Tramontina Tri-Ply Clad Cookware Set

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Sam's Club has for its Members: 14-Piece Tramontina Tri-Ply Clad Cookware Set on sale for $199.98. Shipping is free for Plus Members, otherwise shipping varies by location. Thanks osrojas

Includes:
  • 8" Sauté Pan
  • 10" Sauté Pan
  • 12" Sauté Pan
  • 6-Quart Deep Sauté Pan w/ Lid
  • 2-Quart Sauce Pan w/ Lid
  • 3-Quart Sauce Pan w/ Lid
  • 5-Quart Dutch Oven w/ Lid
  • 8-Quart Stock Pot w/ Lid
  • Stainless Steel Steamer (Fits 3-Quart Sauce Pan)
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Sam's Club has the Tramontina Tri-Ply Clad 14-Piece Cookware Set on sale for $199.98 + taxes. Free shipping for Plus members.

Specifications
  • Tri-Ply Clad construction: 18/10 stainless steel, aluminum core and magnetic stainless steel (induction-ready)
  • 18/10 stainless-steel lids
  • Oven-safe up to 500°F/260°C
  • Dishwasher safe
  • Lifetime warranty
  • Made in Brazil
Set includes:
  • 8" Sauté Pan
  • 10" Sauté Pan
  • 12" Sauté Pan
  • 6-Quart Deep Sauté Pan with lid
  • 2-Quart Sauce Pan with lid
  • 3-Quart Sauce Pan with lid
  • 5-Quart Dutch Oven with lid
  • 8-Quart Stock Pot with lid
  • Stainless Steel Steamer (Fits 3-Quart Sauce Pan)
https://www.samsclub.com/p/member...od24931907
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Created 10-18-2020 at 04:38 PM by osrojas
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Last Edited by rczrider October 30, 2020 at 07:54 AM
You can get a Basic Sam's Club membership for $45 with $45 in credit to be used on an in-store Sam's Club purchase within the first 60 days. This will remove the $20 "handling fee" (ie. 10% surcharge for non-membership), but you will still be charged $12-ish for shipping.

The Slickdeals page for Sam's Club membership says the deal is good for in-store purchase only. Below is one that's good for online purchase. I'm guessing SD won't like it that I'm posting, so I've put spaces in the URL. Remove them and visit. There's no sort of referral in the URL, it's just the coupon code that activates the $45 store credit.

https ://www.samsclub .com/ join/club ?couponId=12365
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Quote from thrownullpointer :
From Sam's
Assembled Country
Brazil
Component Country
Imported

Does this mean the parts could be made in china and then it is assembled by in brazil? Never heard of the term "component country".

All clad is definitely American, but comes at a hefty premium. I have a single d3 pan and it rocks.
You can ask them. They seem to be pretty responsive. Please update us if you do, though.
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I have the exact same one, but made for sams club. I bought it in 2018 when it hit clearance and my store had it for 100$, later price adjusted to 80$ total. This is the link to the deal - https://slickdeals.net/share/android_app/t/11189127

Best cookware deal I ever snagged. The set has so many components for the price and the pieces are on the bigger side. This allows me to batch cook while still being able to give space to ingredients to get sauted and not get steam cooked, things like that.

I also have cuisinart multi clad pro set and find it to be thicker and deeper than these. abd cuisinart has flared edges on all pieces, not just smaller pans. But these are more wide open and better sized for sautéing of which I do a lot. I don't like the straight lip around the edges in some of these, it is not a deal breaker though. Because it is thinner than my cuisinart, the canola oil does form a thin golden brown burnt film on the edges with extensive sauteing sessions which goes away with a bit of scrubbing with BKF and elbow grease or boiling the pan in vinegar and water and then quick scrub.

Good set priced aggressively. Often cuisinart multi clad pro goes cheaper than this. And if you want more solid built and flared edges over wider spread and bigger pans, I'd wait for those. For me this was a no brainer at 80$.

Hope it helps.
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I have the exact same one, but made for sams club. I bought it in 2018 when it hit clearance and my store had it for 100$, later price adjusted to 80$ total. This is the link to the deal - https://slickdeals.net/share/android_app/t/11189127

Best cookware deal I ever snagged. The set has so many components for the price and the pieces are on the bigger side. This allows me to batch cook while still being able to give space to ingredients to get sauted and not get steam cooked, things like that.

I also have cuisinart multi clad pro set and find it to be thicker and deeper than these with flared edges. But these are more wide open and better sized for sautéing of which I do a lot. I don't like the straight lip around the edges in some of these pieces, it is not a deal breaker though. Because it is thinner than my cuisinart, the canola oil does form a thin golden brown burnt film on the edges with extensive sauteing sessions which goes away with a bit of scrubbing or boiling the pan in vinegar and water.

Good set priced aggressively. Often cuisinart multi clad pro goes cheaper than this. And if you want more solid built and flared edges over wider spread and bigger pans, I'd wait for those. For me this was a no brainer at 80$.

Hope it helps.
100% the flared edges on cuisinart mutliclad are a big extra on top of them often being less expensive. I will also say I think the 8" saute pan and steamer insert are basically filler items nobody really uses. That being said, for the price this is still a decent deal and could be nice as a gift or a starter/medium level set.
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Gonna give this set a try. Been waiting for a deal on the All Clad stock pots for some time now. Don't think they're going on sale....
All Clad on sale last week.
https://homeandcooksales.com/index.php/
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The picture says 350 and description says 500. Can you confirm it's 500?
I've thrown away the boxes to verify. But comparing the model number at Sam's to Tramontina's site, it's rated 500F.
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America's Test Kitchen gave this set great reviews some 10 years ago. That's when I bought a smaller version of this set at Walmart.

These are great. This is a lifetime set, and I don't care how old you are!
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so seems like 200$ is the normal price?
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We have had these for about 2 years and they are fantastic. Not hard to clean. if something sticks just soak it for a little while and it wipes right out. We put them through the dishwasher on a regular basis with no trouble. Occasionally I will use a little bleach to freshen them up on the inside and little Bar keepers Friend (with the grain) on the outside
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Quote from ready4ward :
I've had the Member's Mark by Tramontina branded version of this since 2016 or so and can confirm it's an excellent set with very good shape and weighting and fully clad up the sides. It looks exactly the same as this one, even with the same handles. Made in Brazil and much better than the Kirkland Signature All-Clad copper core knockoffs that had numerous issues with warping. Those are significantly lower quality and made in China.

The only downside is that stainless steel takes a lot of skill to use without sticking and I find it hard to use on electric coil-top stoves. Cast iron is a lot more forgiving on electric in my experience. And you don't have to scrub cast iron as hard to clean because of the black color.
I agree. I purchased the same Member's Mark set made in Brazil for just under $200 and love it. Excellent quality!
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Quote from abi.ra :
I have the exact same one, but made for sams club. I bought it in 2018 when it hit clearance and my store had it for 100$, later price adjusted to 80$ total. This is the link to the deal - https://slickdeals.net/share/android_app/t/11189127

Best cookware deal I ever snagged. The set has so many components for the price and the pieces are on the bigger side. This allows me to batch cook while still being able to give space to ingredients to get sauted and not get steam cooked, things like that.

I also have cuisinart multi clad pro set and find it to be thicker and deeper than these. abd cuisinart has flared edges on all pieces, not just smaller pans. But these are more wide open and better sized for sautéing of which I do a lot. I don't like the straight lip around the edges in some of these, it is not a deal breaker though. Because it is thinner than my cuisinart, the canola oil does form a thin golden brown burnt film on the edges with extensive sauteing sessions which goes away with a bit of scrubbing with BKF and elbow grease or boiling the pan in vinegar and water and then quick scrub.

Good set priced aggressively. Often cuisinart multi clad pro goes cheaper than this. And if you want more solid built and flared edges over wider spread and bigger pans, I'd wait for those. For me this was a no brainer at 80$.

Hope it helps.
My club sold out of this set at full price but it was still worth it. Wish it did go to clearance
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I've had this set for years. It kicks ass.

The kirkland set warps and I best the crap out of these. Only way they could be improved is flared lips for pots but that's so minor.
Thr Kirkland set with copper from 15 years back kicks ass the copper core makes all the difference. My set still going strong but I paid like 300 for it the new copper core set is like 200 so quality or copper material may have dropped.
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I've only had the kirkland tri-ply ones from a few years ago and they were super prone to warping. Support sent me a second 12" pan and that warped pretty quickly too which was unfortunate.
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Been waiting for the cuisinart set and was going to ask if anyone had info to compare so that was super useful. Guess I'll keep waiting on that set to drop again. Was going to buy it at 210 but 3C told me it has gone to 160 before so sub 200 is my target, especially if it's better than this set.
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Originally hunting for the coveted 12 piece tri ply tramontina that had the 12qt stock pot ($169 Cheapest, over $300 current).Never found one at a decent price. Finally settled on the Walmart 13 piece tri ply made in China (they had weird round pointed handles w/rounded bottoms). It came damaged, sent back for exchange. This time it was the Brazilian made 13 piece (Squared handles, flat bottom). I was tickled pink but upon opening, damaged again, sent back. Then I stumble across this about a month ago @ Sams for $199. Brazilian made, packaged way better than Wally worlds, no damage at all and a combination of handle type (squared handles w/rounded bottom) best of both designs in my opinion. These pots and pans are great. I highly recommend them to anyone on the fence. This is a great price for a very quality set!Smilie
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Anyone use these on induction?

I have some old nonstick steel core cookware that I think isn't holding up so well against my new induction cooktop. Probably time for a new set; was planning to go piece by piece as-needed, but this seems pretty solid.

Also have one new-ish all clad skillet, which somehow already has scratches + tarnishes and needs some bar keepers friend / love.
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