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All Clad Factory 2nds Sale: 3-Qt. Saute Pan w/ Lid (D3 Stainless or MC2) 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 $60+ Orders when you apply discount code OCTVIP10. Shipping is $7.95 per order.
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    • The products which are for sale on this site are factory seconds. They have minor cosmetic scratches and/or dents. There are no defects which will affect the cookware's performance.
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w00dst0ck asked this question on 10-15-2021 at 11:11 AM
10-15-2021 at 11:12 AM
Basically brand new item and packaging as far as I can tell
10-15-2021 at 11:12 AM
I bought some D3 "second quality". Some surface scratches. My 6qt had some damage and they provided a replacement with free return.

I also bought some HA1 nonsticks with "packaging damage" and they were more or less in perfect shape.
10-15-2021 at 12:04 PM
i also bought HA1 nonsticks, the box barely even looked beat up. I wouldn't have questioned this as a standard order.
10-25-2021 at 12:04 PM
I ordered this time and got the lasagna pan with damaged packaging. It was so minor. The corner of the box was dented and not pristine perfect. The pan inside was perfect and brand new.

I'd definitely buy here again.
jptheeaglescout asked this question on 10-16-2021 at 05:44 AM
10-25-2021 at 12:06 PM
I'm pretty sure that the BD stands for Brushed and the SD stands for the standard Stainless (shiny) finish.

I have both the 3 and the 5 pans and they're both good. But the 5 series is amazing. If you can afford the 5 get the 5.
trace30 asked this question on 10-15-2021 at 11:09 AM
10-25-2021 at 12:07 PM
pretty sure. Mine are- but you can always double-check on the all-clad website
SplendidTerrier6827 asked this question on 10-15-2021 at 11:08 AM

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Here is some advice from someone who dreamed about All-Clad pans for 15 years and finally pulled the trigger this summer:

NEVER ADD SALT TO WATER BEFORE IT IS BOILING!!! This is just about the only thing that can corrode the stainless steel surface of your pans. The instructions say this but who reads instructions for a pan?
The D3 line (stainless-aluminum-stainless) is arguably the best choice for most home cooks even if you ignore the fact that it's cheaper than the other lines. It's what Cook's Illustrated uses. All-Clad's other lines have better conductivity on paper, but you pay for that with additional weight. My Copper Core pans are very heavy but my massive biceps can handle it.
Many people want to buy the sets, but I don't like them because they often have an 8" skillet but not a 12" which is insanity. With a 12" skillet/fry pan, and 2 and 4 quart saucepans, you are ready for 80% of American stovetop cooking and the rest can be handled fine with cheap pans (you want an enameled cast iron dutch oven, and a $30 12" nonstick skillet).
I've ordered "packaging damage" pans 3 times and never noticed packaging damage, let alone anything wrong with the pans.
Barkeeper's Friend and a rough plastic scrubber will remove just about anything from stainless pans.
If you will be storing these stacked together, buy some felt pan protectors to go with them. They look like giant felt asterisks and work really well, and come in fun colours.
NEVER ADD SALT TO WATER BEFORE IT IS BOILING

That's all fam.
Yeah, they are using "seconds" to get around the protected brand pricing and sell their overstock. I've purchased about a dozen pots/pans and they've all come in perfect condition. I'd recommend the D5 line or above. They're heavy, but will last for decades.
You are on the right track. Until they develop something that lasts longer than Teflon, All-Clad non-stick is a waste of money. If you want a quality non-stick pan priced right for a 2-year (or so) lifetime, look at Calphalon.

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What's with the countdown? Is this not live for another few days?
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What's with the countdown? Is this not live for another few days?
Yes. The countdown is towards when the sale officially starts.

SDers get to "shop the pre-sale."
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OP can you please post the direct link to the essential 6qt pan pls?

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Any experience with 'packaging damage'? Is there much of a risk of actual damage to the product?
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I'm going to start damaging boxes for the large roasting pan so they'll eventually have them on sale…
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This stuff any good? Never heard of this retailer.
Yeah, they are using "seconds" to get around the protected brand pricing and sell their overstock. I've purchased about a dozen pots/pans and they've all come in perfect condition. I'd recommend the D5 line or above. They're heavy, but will last for decades.
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Any experience with 'packaging damage'? Is there much of a risk of actual damage to the product?
I bought some D3 "second quality". Some surface scratches. My 6qt had some damage and they provided a replacement with free return.

I also bought some HA1 nonsticks with "packaging damage" and they were more or less in perfect shape.
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Any experience with 'packaging damage'? Is there much of a risk of actual damage to the product?
Basically brand new item and packaging as far as I can tell
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