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3-Quart Cuisinart Stainless Steel Chef's Pan w/ Lid EXPIRED

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Amazon has 3-Quart Cuisinart Stainless Steel Chef's Pan w/ Lid (8335-24) on sale for $20.99 when you clip the 40% off coupon on the item page. Shipping is free (select in the delivery option).

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Amazon has 3-Qt Cuisinart 8335-24 Chef's Pan w/Lid - Stainless Steel for $20.99 when you clip the 40% coupon located on the product page. Shipping is free with Prime or on orders of $25+.

EXCEPTIONAL DESIGN: Enjoy mirror finish, classic look and professional performance. Aluminum encapsulated base heats quickly and spreads heat evenly– eliminating hot spots
PREMIUM COOKING: Constructed to last. Drip-free pouring– Measurement markings for ease of use. Flavor Lock Lid
EXCEPTIONAL HANDLING: Cool grip handles are solid stainless steel riveted handles that stay cool on the stove top and provide a safe a solid grip
CLEAN UP: Dishwasher safe for an easy clean up

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This just doesn't happen while cooking. The only way the glass would break would be 1) you drop the lid on the floor, 2) you pour cool/tap water on the glass to cool it off when it's still hot. But most people are smart enough not to do that.
The material is stainless steel + aluminum.
Clad = a sandwich of stainless steel + aluminum (usually) + stainless steel
Full clad = this sandwich is used throughout the entire pan (minus the handle)
"Aluminum encapsulated base" = I'm guessing it means only the bottom of the pan is that clad sandwich where the sides are just SS.
"Aluminum encapsulated base" likely means this is not fully clad.

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"Aluminum encapsulated base" likely means this is not fully clad.
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"Aluminum encapsulated base" likely means this is not fully clad.
Not really sure what's the material.
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Not really sure what's the material.
The material is stainless steel + aluminum.
Clad = a sandwich of stainless steel + aluminum (usually) + stainless steel
Full clad = this sandwich is used throughout the entire pan (minus the handle)
"Aluminum encapsulated base" = I'm guessing it means only the bottom of the pan is that clad sandwich where the sides are just SS.
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Made in? China?
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Made in? China?
Of course?
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How much is this better than the Belk $4 one?
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How much is this better than the Belk $4 one?
There's a $4 Stainless Clad pan? Link?
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Induction? Guessing not
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Glass lid -- that's great until it shatters. I've heard that shards of glass add a bit of roughage into one's diet.
This just doesn't happen while cooking. The only way the glass would break would be 1) you drop the lid on the floor, 2) you pour cool/tap water on the glass to cool it off when it's still hot. But most people are smart enough not to do that.
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Induction? Guessing not
Nope.

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Aluminum encapsulated base heats quickly and spreads heat evenly– eliminating hot spots
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Glass lid -- that's great until it shatters. I've heard that shards of glass add a bit of roughage into one's diet.
Never cooked and just order food from Grubhub, I take it?
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