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All Clad Factory 2nds Sale: 8" Fry Pan / Copper Core EXPIRED

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dealmashuguna asked this question on 09-17-2021 at 01:01 PM
09-17-2021 at 01:01 PM
Any of the nonstick pans would be good. I really like this one for anything messy.

https://homeandcooksales.com/index.php/4-qt-nonstick-essential-pan-w-lid-sd5-second-quality.html
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The usual good deals we've come to expect from this regular sale. Haven't seen any coupons yet.

As always, the D3 line is the value sweet spot. Only pay more for the other variations if you care to for appearance purposes, because performance is similar.

And stick with All-Clad for fry pans, saute pans, sauce pans, and stock pots, all of which perform well and last forever. The sets are sometimes a good deal. The 7-piece is OK. But usually better to collect pieces.

I would not pay for All Clad nonsticks, bakeware, lasagna pans, racks, baskets, gadgets, appliances, etc.

The 10.5" fry pan [homeandcooksales.com] appears to be a new size and is an intriguing buy for $69. I find 12" to be more versatile than 10", and would generally recommend the larger size if you're only buying one, but this 10.5" might be a nice alternative.
"factory seconds"
I've bought a good amount of pieces from them, both "packaging damage" and "second quality" (more second quality though) and for the life of me I could not notice any differences. Everything I've gotten from them all seemed brand new other than the packaging. I never actually bought "brand new" All-Clad so I'm not sure how that packaging looks to compare it vs these seconds and damaged packaging sales, but the actual cookware was always pristine.

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The usual good deals we've come to expect from this regular sale. Haven't seen any coupons yet.

As always, the D3 line is the value sweet spot. Only pay more for the other variations if you care to for appearance purposes, because performance is similar.

And stick with All-Clad for fry pans, saute pans, sauce pans, and stock pots, all of which perform well and last forever. The sets are sometimes a good deal. The 7-piece is OK. But usually better to collect pieces.

I would not pay for All Clad nonsticks, bakeware, lasagna pans, racks, baskets, gadgets, appliances, etc.

The 10.5" fry pan [homeandcooksales.com] appears to be a new size and is an intriguing buy for $69. I find 12" to be more versatile than 10", and would generally recommend the larger size if you're only buying one, but this 10.5" might be a nice alternative.
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Slowly completing my copper core collection. Thanks OP! Interestingly there are two categories (which I've not noticed before) - packaging damaged (slightly more pricey) and second quality (which I imagine means minor scratches or dents).
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Slowly completing my copper core collection. Thanks OP! Interestingly there are two categories (which I've not noticed before) - packaging damaged (slightly more pricey) and second quality (which I imagine means minor scratches or dents).
I've bought a good amount of pieces from them, both "packaging damage" and "second quality" (more second quality though) and for the life of me I could not notice any differences. Everything I've gotten from them all seemed brand new other than the packaging. I never actually bought "brand new" All-Clad so I'm not sure how that packaging looks to compare it vs these seconds and damaged packaging sales, but the actual cookware was always pristine.
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Anyone use the nonstick pans? Need a couple of small nonsticks for crepes and such to fill the gap.
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Quote from fis :
The usual good deals we've come to expect from this regular sale. Haven't seen any coupons yet.

As always, the D3 line is the value sweet spot. Only pay more for the other variations if you care to for appearance purposes, because performance is similar.

And stick with All-Clad for fry pans, saute pans, sauce pans, and stock pots, all of which perform well and last forever. The sets are sometimes a good deal. The 7-piece is OK. But usually better to collect pieces.

I would not pay for All Clad nonsticks, bakeware, lasagna pans, racks, baskets, gadgets, appliances, etc.

The 10.5" fry pan [homeandcooksales.com] appears to be a new size and is an intriguing buy for $69. I find 12" to be more versatile than 10", and would generally recommend the larger size if you're only buying one, but this 10.5" might be a nice alternative.
Some of non US made stuff is solid for factory prices. I have the SS roast pan, veggie grill pan and 2 colanders from these sales (havent tried their non stick). They tend to be super cheap during these deals (don't think ive spent more than $25 on a piece) and they're way nicer than the usual box store brands imo.
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Anyone use the nonstick pans? Need a couple of small nonsticks for crepes and such to fill the gap.
I got some off the Macys sale and they are great. But - nonstick pans are meant to have a finite use, so in general you don't want to overspend on them. I got two for 40 which was super cheap.
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I got some off the Macys sale and they are great. But - nonstick pans are meant to have a finite use, so in general you don't want to overspend on them. I got two for 40 which was super cheap.
Yup, I'm looking at the8"/10" set for $40.

Thanks
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Dont fall for these.. these are not the original, but are kinda original with damages to it.
What do you mean?

These are genuine All-Clad direct from factory. Yes, they're factory "Seconds" - which means they may have packaging or slight cosmetic damage.

You're paying much less than retail for that reason.
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Who would want someone else's used pots and pans?
"factory seconds"
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any of these good for oatmeal?
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AFAIK these are new pans/cookware that didn't meet All Clad's standards, but are made of the same materials. I've bought three items in the past - two (12qt stockpot and 12" skillet) came without any issues I could see and one (4qt saucepan) came with an odd 1/2" dent on the inside that isn't visible from the outside. Doesn't seem to make a difference for cooking though, so pretty happy overall. If you are willing to wait, you can usually get a 15% off code.

Also highly recommend getting some barkeepers friend powder for cleaning and educating yourself on when your pan is fully heated. Never use steel wool!
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