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12-Piece Cuisinart Multiclad Pro Tri-Ply Stainless Steel Cookware Set EXPIRED

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Amazon has 12-Piece Cuisinart Multiclad Pro Tri-Ply Stainless Steel Cookware Set (MCP-12N) on sale for $209.99 when you clip the $83 coupon on the product page. Shipping is free.

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  • 1.5-Quart Saucepan with cover
  • 3-Quart Saucepan with cover
  • 3.5-Quart Sauté pan with helper handle and cover
  • 8-Quart Stockpot with cover
  • 8" Skillet
  • 10" Skillet
  • Steamer insert with cover

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  • Polished cooking surface does not discolor, react with food or alter flavors.
  • Cookware also features cool grip handles secured with stainless steel rivets and self-basting, tight fitting lids, Triple-Ply construction includes the unsurpassed heat conductivity of a pure aluminum core. It insures maximum heat retention and even heat distribution, eliminating hot spots
  • Oven safe up to 550F, Rims are tapered for drip-free pouring.
  • Dishwasher safe, Tight-fitting stainless steel covers seal in food's natural juices and nutrients for healthier, more flavorful results. Covers are dishwasher-safe
  • 12-piece cookware set. The set consists of: 1-1/2- and 3-quart covered saucepans; 8- and 10-inch open skillets; 3-1/2-quart covered saute pan; 8-quart covered stockpot; steamer insert with lid. 12 pieces total. Professional Triple Ply Construction features a core of pure aluminum and a brushed stainless exterior
  • Suitable for use with induction cook tops
  • Drip-Free Pouring Rim Tightfitting cover seals in moisture and nutrients for healthier, more flavorful results, every time you cook
  • Included components: 12 PC Set
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LOL, that's a poor comparison, these days Hyundai is more reliable then Mercedes.
I agree mostly. I bought both the AllClad copper core set for $1499 and this set for $219 in 2016 to compare them side-by-side, tried both sets for a month, and returned the AllClad set because the Cuisinart MultiCladPro set works 95% as well, the pans are actually thicker so they not only retain more heat but also are less prone to scorching delicate foods, and the handles are WAY more confortable! The AllClad handles are very sharp on the sides and dig into your hand/palm when the pan is even half full of anything. When they are 100% full and you try to pick up any pan or pot the handle digs into my hand so hard it feels like I'm doing pushups on a butter knife blade and the dent they leave in my hand proves they are not ergonomically designed. The Cuisinart handles are pretty comfortable (far better than AllClad) but not perfect. The only thing that would make the Cuisinart handles better would be if they copied the Analon Copper Nouvelle handles which are the most comfortable handles of all. Unfortunately Analon's stainless steel pans are nowhere near as good as these because they are way too thin which causes pretty much any food to scorch so please don't make the same mistake I did buying the Analon pans first because those are a waste of money, and so is AllClad at $1499 compared to MultiCladPro at $200. I bought a 2nd set of these in 2018 for my friend who cooks a lot but can't afford to buy a good set of pans and she said they work as well as the AllClad copper sets that were provided in her cooking classes. I also bought a 3rd set for myself as backups if I mess up my 1st set of these because sometimes I sear steaks at very high heat with the 10" skillet and I've heard that the layers could separate if the pan exceeds 500F. I sear steaks around 600F every few months and still haven't noticed any hot/cold spots yet in my 10" skillet after 5 years of use so I highly recommend this set over any other stainless steel set because of the incredible value for the money, being only 1/7th the price of AllClad with almost identical performace!
I bought this set in 2012 and have regretted it zero times.

It's All-Clad without the brand name. Highly recommended!

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I bought this set in 2012 and have regretted it zero times.

It's All-Clad without the brand name. Highly recommended!
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I bought this set twice for $150 to $200 range. Still have one unopened set at home. Anything above $200 may not be a deal though. Never knew it's list price was above $600.
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Does it stick ?
If you have to ask...
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I bought a set of these several years ago and they were great.
Sturdy, easy to clean and I never had any issues with anything sticking.
I gave them to a friend when I moved and still miss them.
May have to pick these up.
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I bought this set in 2012 and have regretted it zero times.

It's All-Clad without the brand name. Highly recommended!
I agree mostly. I bought both the AllClad copper core set for $1499 and this set for $219 in 2016 to compare them side-by-side, tried both sets for a month, and returned the AllClad set because the Cuisinart MultiCladPro set works 95% as well, the pans are actually thicker so they not only retain more heat but also are less prone to scorching delicate foods, and the handles are WAY more confortable! The AllClad handles are very sharp on the sides and dig into your hand/palm when the pan is even half full of anything. When they are 100% full and you try to pick up any pan or pot the handle digs into my hand so hard it feels like I'm doing pushups on a butter knife blade and the dent they leave in my hand proves they are not ergonomically designed. The Cuisinart handles are pretty comfortable (far better than AllClad) but not perfect. The only thing that would make the Cuisinart handles better would be if they copied the Analon Copper Nouvelle handles which are the most comfortable handles of all. Unfortunately Analon's stainless steel pans are nowhere near as good as these because they are way too thin which causes pretty much any food to scorch so please don't make the same mistake I did buying the Analon pans first because those are a waste of money, and so is AllClad at $1499 compared to MultiCladPro at $200. I bought a 2nd set of these in 2018 for my friend who cooks a lot but can't afford to buy a good set of pans and she said they work as well as the AllClad copper sets that were provided in her cooking classes. I also bought a 3rd set for myself as backups if I mess up my 1st set of these because sometimes I sear steaks at very high heat with the 10" skillet and I've heard that the layers could separate if the pan exceeds 500F. I sear steaks around 600F every few months and still haven't noticed any hot/cold spots yet in my 10" skillet after 5 years of use so I highly recommend this set over any other stainless steel set because of the incredible value for the money, being only 1/7th the price of AllClad with almost identical performace!
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You cannot be serious. I guess you also believe that a Hyundai is a Mercedes without the brand name.
LOL, that's a poor comparison, these days Hyundai is more reliable then Mercedes.
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I take it this is better than the Kirkland set or the Tremontina from Sam's for around the same price?
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I bought this set in 2012 and have regretted it zero times.

It's All-Clad without the brand name. Highly recommended!
Why is all clad so praised ?

I'm a single person looking to start kitchen stuff for new place.
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LOL, that's a poor comparison, these days Hyundai is more reliable then Mercedes.
Both are horrible. In the field. Trust me stay away from both Hyundai and Mercedes.
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Why is all clad so praised ?

I'm a single person looking to start kitchen stuff for new place.Much
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Why is all clad so praised ?

I'm a single person looking to start kitchen stuff for new place.
​Much of it is because it's made in the USA and a lifetime warranty provided. Have heard that warranty is not the best. Cuisinart is worse though based on the reviews. I got this one as its my first set and I want to try out the difference from cheaper and nonstick pans to stainless steel. Would rather destroy this set than a much expensive set, All Clad is on sale recently.
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