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2-Piece All-Clad Nonstick Hard-Anodized Fry Pan Set (10.5” & 12”) EXPIRED

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Bed Bath & Beyond has 2-Piece All-Clad Nonstick Hard-Anodized Fry Pan Set (10.5" & 12") on sale for $29.99. Shipping is free or choose store pickup where stock permits.

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Key Features:
  • Heavy-gauge, hard-anodized aluminum construction ensures rapid, even heating and long-lasting use
  • 2-piece set includes:
    • 10.5" fry pan
    • 12" fry pan
  • PFOA-free nonstick interior cooking surface promotes healthier cooking by allowing the use of less oil and ensures superior food release and easy cleanup
  • Double-riveted stainless steel handles provide a secure, confident grip
  • Sloped sides for easy flipping and tossing
  • Limited lifetime warranty

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    • This set is priced $20.99 lower (41.9% savings) than the $49.99 list price.
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    • Rating of 4.6 stars overall from over 300 reviews.
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Normally, I'd agree with you, but All-Clad puts in big bold letters on their website and higher end lines that the products are "Bonded, Engineered, & Assembled in USA".

Since they go out of their way to associate the brand with made in USA, I think a made in China comment is relevant on this post. I honestly was surprised to find that All-Clad doesn't live up to their version of a made in USA claim 100% of the time given its a major part of their branding.

In other cases, I could care less where something is made as long as it's quality.
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Cast iron / stainless thread is a that way then ---->

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I wonder if we can apply the 20% off coupon that I get in the mail every week
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I wonder if we can apply the 20% off coupon that I get in the mail every week
Coupons are excluded for this product.
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I would prefer stainless steel any day over hard anodized "aluminum", no matter the brand
These would complement a stainless set nicely
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I would prefer stainless steel any day over hard anodized "aluminum", no matter the brand
Cast iron / stainless thread is a that way then ---->
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Be careful on this one. I am pretty sure this is All Clad's Essentials line, not the induction compatible HA1 line.
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Be careful on this one. I am pretty sure this is All Clad's Essentials line, not the induction compatible HA1 line.
I just bought them. And yes, they are NOT compatible with induction stove top. They work great on my electric stovetop. Definitely recommend at this price.
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And this is a surprise to you? Do you know how the world works in 2021?
Pretty sad isn't it? But you saved a couple bucks so it's all worth it. Who cares? It's not your job until it is.
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So sick of these 'Made in China' complainers. Many of the most posh companies set up state of the art factories in china for labor and tax reasons. Should be more concerned about enslaving Chinese workers.


These non-sticks are great. Through the last 10 years or so they have been hitting lows of about $20, and I buy them again. Now they are hitting $15 a pan. I bought my third set on a similar deal a few months ago. Actually, bought 3 sets to hook up my girlfriend and her cousin who cooks a lot like me.

Everything else All-Clad makes are quite expensive and well-built. These pans are well built and dirt cheap. Non-sticks have a reputation of being temporary, only lasting a year or two. The pan surface on these still looks New after a year.

My favorite non-stick pan happens to be cheap (on sale).

Highly recommended.
Normally, I'd agree with you, but All-Clad puts in big bold letters on their website and higher end lines that the products are "Bonded, Engineered, & Assembled in USA".

Since they go out of their way to associate the brand with made in USA, I think a made in China comment is relevant on this post. I honestly was surprised to find that All-Clad doesn't live up to their version of a made in USA claim 100% of the time given its a major part of their branding.

In other cases, I could care less where something is made as long as it's quality.
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These are awesome! Never thought I'd find something better than my all clad ss but these are. You will not regret getting these
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I have these and don't recommend them. They are very heavy. For non stick, might as well stick with a cheap brand because you should be replacing them every 2-3 years anyways because the Teflon wears out.
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Bought this from Macys for 35 earlier this year and enjoy them. The higher than average sides are a welcome change for me. Make sure to follow the instructions to wash and prep before first use

At $30 a set, why would anyone go cheaper? Even Farberware junk would run at least $20 and the performance between the two for those 2-3 years (will last much longer with half decent care) is well worth it.
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Not for induction
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