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All Clad Factory 2nds Sale: 3-Quart D3 Saute Pan w/ Lid EXPIRED

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Home and Cook Sales is having their All-Clad Factory Seconds Sale. Provide your Email Address to enter the sale. Get an Additional 10% Off $75+ Orders when you apply discount code ACVIP10. Shipping is free on $75+ orders.
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Eggs are among the hardest things in stainless steel, and the thing a lot of otherwise-stainless-steel-users keep a nonstick around for just for ease. Not all, but many.

I guess a few points:

As far a stainless steel goes, the All-Clad D3 line is generally considered the best in the world. (D3 is also the original All-Clad line)
You can get cheaper stuff that's still good though. HomeGoods, etc. use to sometimes have tri-ply Calaphon stainless steel (have some, it's good), and I read Tramontina is also good.
Stainless steel has a learning curve, but many think of it as the best main workhorse of a kitchen. Once you get it down, it's easy. It's just the learning curve (riding a bike, etc.)
I'd probably go measure your main pan (they're measured across the top, not bottom) right now, to get a feel for what's best.
Everything All-Clad is good. Idk what sizes are best for your situation. For us, we have several 10" frypans for most things, and a single 12" frypan for a few situations.
If you set an alert, All-Clad stuff goes on sale at various places, quite a few times a year. So it's not a now-or-never situation.


For cooking with stainless steel


Set it on a cold burner, or a burner you just turned on
Heat it up, until when you splash water on it - the water rolls around in little balls, instead of immediately evaporating
Put your food, but don't move it around. Let is sear before you touch it again. (for most things - things like frozen veges are fine to move around)
When done, wait until the pan is close to room temperature
Fill with water and a drop of soap
Let it soak at least 15 minutes
Clean. EDIT: like GregM5365 said -get some 'barkeeper's friend' . It makes stubborn stains pretty easy.
The reason to start it on a cold-ish burner, and wait until it's cool to clean - is to avoid warping. It's actually waaaaayy less likely to warp than most pans. But, if you warp a nonstick - eh, it was going to die in the next year anyway. These however will last basically forever if not warped, so it's a lot sadder to mess one up.
If it ever gets really stained | you care, you can throw it in a stockpot with water & baking soda, boil for 30 minutes, then everything comes right off. Sounds like a pain, but I just did this to our 4 year old Calaphon stainless steel pans that had gotten stained due to lazy cleaning over time - they now look new. So again, decent quality stainless steel can be basically forever purchases.
2nds = may have imperfections , like a scratch, polishing isuse, etc... packaging damage should = brand new, just damaged outer box
I've bought a few of both, and as far as I could tell all seemed brand new. Biggest issue for me is is after buying some All-Clad my wife won't settle for anything less.

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Remember when there were only two kinds of All-Clad, and it was never on sale anywhere?
And the only way to get factory seconds was to drive to West Virginia?
Now there are all these gimmicky versions of the product and the sales come every month or two.

But All-Clad basic D3 stainless is still the best fry pan, saute' pan, or sauce pan out there.
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What is the difference between Second Quality and Packaging damage ?
I am planning to buy 4qt saute pan which has the Packaging damage option here. It is 10$ extra than the previous All-Clad deal however the previous deal was second quality.
Does anyone know?
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Remember when there were only two kinds of All-Clad, and it was never on sale anywhere?
And the only way to get factory seconds was to drive to West Virginia?
Now there are all these gimmicky versions of the product and the sales come every month or two.

But All-Clad basic D3 stainless is still the best fry pan, saute' pan, or sauce pan out there.

why gmmicky?
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Quote from ForgotMyOwnName :
What is the difference between Second Quality and Packaging damage ?
I am planning to buy 4qt saute pan which has the Packaging damage option here. It is 10$ extra than the previous All-Clad deal however the previous deal was second quality.
Does anyone know?
Previous deal posted by same OP:
https://slickdeals.net/f/15032272-all-clad-factory-2nds-sale-11-french-skillet-sd5-63-more-free-shipping?src=SiteSearchV2Algo1

2nds = may have imperfections , like a scratch, polishing isuse, etc... packaging damage should = brand new, just damaged outer box
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Quote from iconian :
2nds = may have imperfections , like a scratch, polishing isuse, etc... packaging damage should = brand new, just damaged outer box
Thanks OP for the prompt response
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Thanks OP for the prompt response
I've purchased seconds several times and for the life of me can't find the damage. Perhaps I'm lucky, but seems like their standards are very high. You'll be fine with either.
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I've purchased seconds several times and for the life of me can't find the damage. Perhaps I'm lucky, but seems like their standards are very high. You'll be fine with either.
i probably bought 20 pieces over years..2-3 had a relatively deep scratch (although it doesnt change the performance) and maybe 5-7 had few scuffs from polishing...
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why gmmicky?
The differences in performance between the classic All-Clad and the newer more expensive versions of All-Clad stainless are negligible and/or irrelevant in 99.9% of cooking situations (the copper core and the brushed finish version are mainly purchased as a fashion choice).

The hard anodized "non-stick" was introduced for All-Clad to take market share from Calphalon, but it's also a gimmick to me. A non-stick surface is inappropriate for most cooking, and I would definitely not pay for either of those brands. A well-equipped kitchen should have one non-stick skillet, and it should be something like a $25 Tramontina skillet from Walmart that you replace every 5-10 years. But for all your other saute' and sauce pans (except a cast iron dutch oven), regular All-Clad Stainless is far superior.

And finally in terms of gimmicks, there's all the other gadgets they now peddle. You don't need to pay All-Clad prices (seconds sale or not) for measuring spoons, baking sheets, muffin tins, tea kettles, grill baskets, spatulas, corkscrews, ladles, and other things where All-Clad is actually inferior to brands like OXO or Chicago Metallic that you can get anywhere.
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Quote from ForgotMyOwnName :
What is the difference between Second Quality and Packaging damage ?
I am planning to buy 4qt saute pan which has the Packaging damage option here. It is 10$ extra than the previous All-Clad deal however the previous deal was second quality.
Does anyone know?
Previous deal posted by same OP:
https://slickdeals.net/f/15032272-all-clad-factory-2nds-sale-11-french-skillet-sd5-63-more-free-shipping?src=SiteSearchV2Algo1
I've bought a few of both, and as far as I could tell all seemed brand new. Biggest issue for me is is after buying some All-Clad my wife won't settle for anything less.
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I've bought a few of both, and as far as I could tell all seemed brand new. Biggest issue for me is is after buying some All-Clad my wife won't settle for anything less.
Thanks
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I've bought a few of both, and as far as I could tell all seemed brand new. Biggest issue for me is is after buying some All-Clad my wife won't settle for anything less.

Hard to blame her really

neither would we at this stage
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Anyone have experience with the "4-Qt Essential Pan"? Is this a saucier? looking for a larger saucier than the 2-qt they have that i can see.
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Is there such a thing as nonstick but without the coating (which sooner or later comes off)? Would really like to have such pot…
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