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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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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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My wife has been an avid cook for 30 years. There's about 5 days a month my wife does not cook with these. She has been using them for the last 5 years.

These can be "non-stick" with proper preparation AND care/cleaning (no soap). There are videos that show you how to season stainless steel cookware. The video will go into how to clean them as well. And after cleaning they need to have a light oiling on the inside.

My wife told me that she had to relearn how to cook in them because they heat up so quickly and evenly.

She absolutely loves them. She has also stated that she could see how the maintenance of them would be a "non-starter" for some.

I may be misremembering, but I think this is a good price for a 10-piece set let alone a 14-piece set.

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How this get +6 in five minutes?
That's crazy.
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I spent time building out an All-Clad set, so I don't need these pieces but they are all very useful sizes to have. If I didn't have anything, I would certainly get this set.
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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.
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I own these and all clad. They are 99% as good as all clad
. i use an all clad skillet, but for pots these are actually better because the all clad handles suck
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is it easy to fry with SS vs non-stick? only have owned nonstick in my life
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Per this review, https://www.centurylife.org/in-de...riplyclad/, it appears these are not easy to cleanup. Review says edges are not flared and this results in spills. Can anyone who's bought this confirm?
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My wife has been an avid cook for 30 years. There's about 5 days a month my wife does not cook with these. She has been using them for the last 5 years.

These can be "non-stick" with proper preparation AND care/cleaning (no soap). There are videos that show you how to season stainless steel cookware. The video will go into how to clean them as well. And after cleaning they need to have a light oiling on the inside.

My wife told me that she had to relearn how to cook in them because they heat up so quickly and evenly.

She absolutely loves them. She has also stated that she could see how the maintenance of them would be a "non-starter" for some.

I may be misremembering, but I think this is a good price for a 10-piece set let alone a 14-piece set.
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I purchased a 10 piece set 10 years ago and it is still going strong. Great deal.
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is it easy to fry with SS vs non-stick? only have owned nonstick in my life
It requires that you oil your pan and give it time to come to temp. Also use a bit less heat while cooking, these are highly conductive. I prefer doing my eggs on a seasoned carbon steel pan but otherwise I wouldn't hesitate to fry in these.
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Not the best price I've seen but this is a great set. They're full tri-ply (not just base) and are nearly indestructible. With a lifetime warranty, you really can't go wrong.
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Good deal on a set that includes the larger pots and pans for larger meals.
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