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7-Piece All-Clad Stainless Steel Cookware Set EXPIRED

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Macy's has 7-Piece All-Clad Stainless Steel Cookware Set for $299.99. Shipping is free. Thanks marlin29311

Includes:
  • 10" Fry Pan
  • 2-Quart Saucepan w/ Cover
  • 3-Quart Sauté Pan w/ Cover
  • 6-Quart Stockpot w/ Cover
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  • Material: Three-ply bonded design with aluminum center core clad with stainless steel
  • This set is made in the USA.
  • Lifetime limited warranty

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7-Piece All-Clad Stainless Steel Cookware Set $300 + Free Shipping
Macy's [macys.com] has 7-Piece All-Clad Stainless Steel Cookware Set on sale for $299.99. Shipping is free

Set includes:
10" Fry Pan
2-Quart Saucepan w/ Cover
3-Quart Sauté Pan w/ Cover
6-Quart Stockpot w/ Cover


Store: Macy's

https://www.macys.com/shop/produc...oryID=7557
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Agreed. What's great about this deal is that all of the pieces are fairly useful.

10" fry pan is a workhorse for sauteing
2 quart pot is a workhorse for sauces, rice, etc.
3 quart saute is perfect for braising and stove-to-oven dishes
6 quart pot is versatile for steaming, pasta, roasts, or anything that calls for a dutch oven
Set contains no throw-away pieces like 7" skillets or redundant lids
Basic All-Clad Stainless is hands down the best cookware to build your kitchen around
I ordered this from a similar previous deal. The quality of the set is fantastic, but I really hate the handles. They dig into your hand when you lift the pans. I haven't yet found a good silicone handle cover to correct this issue. Otherwise love the pans!
Your article isn't bad but there are others comparing All clad lines against each other and against other brands using infrared rather than a weighted piece of paper.

When I purchased my 10 piece set my research concluded the D3 was usually around upper end of all clad lines and every all clad better than competitors. For the price difference there wasn't enough to justify copper core and d5 seemed to review it was harder to clean.

This is my suggestion - if you cook a lot and like premium kitchen tools get the all clad. If you don't cook that often and the premium isn't worth it tramontina or calphalon or something will probably suffice for you.

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Same deal comes up every holiday season. It's still a good value for a starter set.
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Agreed. What's great about this deal is that all of the pieces are fairly useful.
  • 10" fry pan is a workhorse for sauteing
  • 2 quart pot is a workhorse for sauces, rice, etc.
  • 3 quart saute is perfect for braising and stove-to-oven dishes
  • 6 quart pot is versatile for steaming, pasta, roasts, or anything that calls for a dutch oven
  • Set contains no throw-away pieces like 7" skillets or redundant lids
  • Basic All-Clad Stainless is hands down the best cookware to build your kitchen around
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All clad is the real deal. These pans will last a lifetime, and then some
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Is these set the same quality as usual from All Clad? Like the D3-D5?
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I ordered this from a similar previous deal. The quality of the set is fantastic, but I really hate the handles. They dig into your hand when you lift the pans. I haven't yet found a good silicone handle cover to correct this issue. Otherwise love the pans!
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Love this set, recommend it to everyone when it's on sale. Fantastic price with absolutely no waste as all pieces are useful. All that's missing is a large fry pan, but that depends on what you're cooking. The 2qt saucepan is the perfect rice maker.

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Is these set the same quality as usual from All Clad? Like the D3-D5?
Yes, these are the d3 stainless.
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I know this may have been discussed in the past but can any SDer give an honest review / comparison between this set and Sam's Clubs Tramontina 12 piece for $299. Looking to switch to stainless steel from non stick. And am seriously looking for a good basic set to start off with. Really confused after reading serious eats review/comparison. Thanks in advance!
https://www.seriouseats.com/2010/...illet.html
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This was cheaper last week.
How much was it?
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Ended up buying the Tramontina 10pc set yesterday for $110 over all-clad.

Based on what I read online, most people won't notice a meaningful difference between Tramontina and all-clad.

Any reason I should cancel the Tramontina order and buy this instead?

https://slickdeals.net/f/14520500-tramontina-10-piece-tri-ply-clad-stainless-steel-cookware-set-with-glass-lids-walmart-com-walmart-com?v=1&src=SiteSearch
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I know this may have been discussed in the past but can any SDer give an honest review / comparison between this set and Sam's Clubs Tramontina 12 piece for $299. Looking to switch to stainless steel from non stick. And am seriously looking for a good basic set to start off with. Really confused after reading serious eats review/comparison. Thanks in advance!
https://www.seriouseats.com/2010/...illet.html
Your article isn't bad but there are others comparing All clad lines against each other and against other brands using infrared rather than a weighted piece of paper.

When I purchased my 10 piece set my research concluded the D3 was usually around upper end of all clad lines and every all clad better than competitors. For the price difference there wasn't enough to justify copper core and d5 seemed to review it was harder to clean.

This is my suggestion - if you cook a lot and like premium kitchen tools get the all clad. If you don't cook that often and the premium isn't worth it tramontina or calphalon or something will probably suffice for you.
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