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All-Clad Non-Stick Hard Anodized 2-Piece Fry Pan Set - $30.00

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Bed Bath and Beyond - Decent deal on a set of 10 and 12 inch frying pans from All-Clad. Normally retails for around $49 up. Savings of $19.00. Was looking for a set and found these. Thought I would share

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Have this and love it. Usually my nonstick pains start nonstick for only a few months. Going on 8 now and I don't have any dead spots
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Keep in mind, these do not have the heavy bottom like the similar set direct from All-Clad.

I have recently tried the Tramontina Pro sets from Costco Business Center and those have been surprisingly solid, comparatively.
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Quote from sc0re :
Keep in mind, these do not have the heavy bottom like the similar set direct from All-Clad.

I have recently tried the Tramontina Pro sets from Costco Business Center and those have been surprisingly solid, comparatively.
Yes I have a 12" Tramontina Pro nonstick skillet from Costco and I think it's probably approaching something like 10 years -- definitely the best nonstick pan I've ever used. I take care of it in terms of utensils, care, and storage, but I abuse it with very high heat, and its nonstick performance is still outstanding. The surface is showing some scratches, and so when I saw this deal I was thinking maybe it's time to replace it, but the All-Clad nonstick reviews are riddled with stories of wear, and the Tramontina is still just $25 at Costco.

I have All-Clad for all of my regular skillets and sauce pans and they are the best, but for nonstick, I think I'm sticking with Tramontina.
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These work with induction cooktops?
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No. These don't have the induction plate on the bottom. These are just aluminum.
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These work with induction cooktops?
if you read their specs (answer appear to be yes):
Compatible with all cooktops
Gas, electric, or induction, the B1 Collection works with all kinds of cooking surfaces, to give you the ultimate versatility. You can even put it in the oven or broiler (up to 500°F).

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if you read their specs (answer appear to be yes):
Compatible with all cooktops
Gas, electric, or induction, the B1 Collection works with all kinds of cooking surfaces, to give you the ultimate versatility. You can even put it in the oven or broiler (up to 500°F).
I went based on the Bed Bath and Beyond website stating B1 works on all cooktops.

After I picked it up (curbside), and unboxed it, the packaging stated clearly that it was NOT induction compatible.

Wound up giving the pair to a friend vs trying to do a return.
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Yes I have a 12" Tramontina Pro nonstick skillet from Costco and I think it's probably approaching something like 10 years -- definitely the best nonstick pan I've ever used. I take care of it in terms of utensils, care, and storage, but I abuse it with very high heat, and its nonstick performance is still outstanding. The surface is showing some scratches, and so when I saw this deal I was thinking maybe it's time to replace it, but the All-Clad nonstick reviews are riddled with stories of wear, and the Tramontina is still just $25 at Costco.

I have All-Clad for all of my regular skillets and sauce pans and they are the best, but for nonstick, I think I'm sticking with Tramontina.
would you recomend these or just getting a Tramontina ? need to get 1 or two nonstick pans. have all clad pan set but they are not non stick.
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Quote from hmcgregoraz :
I went based on the Bed Bath and Beyond website stating B1 works on all cooktops.

After I picked it up (curbside), and unboxed it, the packaging stated clearly that it was NOT induction compatible.

Wound up giving the pair to a friend vs trying to do a return.
Hmm.. Nothing like bad information on website.
Thanks for update.

EDIT: I went to BBB Website and they also has B1 model of this set which apparently IS Induction compatible (at $60 currently). So, it appears that this model is NOT B1 model which begs question why they put the B1 detail for this model?
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I also own a pair of these for over 2 years now and they're still smooth as butter. Eggs glide off easily with very little oil needed. Highly recommended at this price point.
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While these look like the HA1 model that All-Clad sells, the Bed Bath & Beyond models are different, in that they don't have a bottom heat distribution plate, which might make it incompatible for induction and more likely to get marked up by iron stove grills.

For comparison see these images:You should be able to find the HA1 model from stores like TJMaxx for about $25 a pan. My HA1 has held up for a few years and it looks almost new!

BB&B actually carries a better model set called the B1 [bedbathandbeyond.com], which is about the same price as the HA1, and has a flared lip instead of the straight walled sides. Additionally, the handles on the B1 are significantly more comfortable than the HA1, as they are solid instead of scalloped, which dig into your palms with a heavy pan.
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I wished I had read the last few comments before heading out there today. I'll have to return the ones I picked up this evening, tomorrow.
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I think I got one that looks like this ages ago. I got a HUGE one. It's still non-stick. A little butter or oil helps with eggs since I burned it badly once and I've put some cuts in it.

I got a ceramic pan from Macy's that is crap and light weight.

My brother got a ceramic pan from Williams and Sonoma. I think it's the same pan Bobby Flay hawks but without his name on it. It's AMAZINGLY non-stick and the right weight. It's non-stick without oil or butter.

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