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Where to buy Tramontina Tri-ply in Montreal

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Vihsadas Oct 1, 2009 12:32 AM

Hi there,
I've found some of the "gem" shops in Montreal-
Dante's
Tzanet
Soupiere
etc.

But I really don't have cash to spend $100s on All-clad or Demeyere. I've held and used a standard Tramontina 10" frypan and it seems like for the price, it's a steal. The problem is that I can't find Tramontina Tri-ply anywhere in Canada, let alone in Montreal! Walmart USA has a ridiculous deal on Tramontina Tri-ply, but I don't think they'll ship it to me. :( Any ideas? Or any ideas on affordable but nice Tri-ply.

I'm really just looking for the basics: Frypan, Stockpot, and sauce pan.

Thanks!

  1. k
    knet Dec 13, 2009 04:14 PM

    The Sears set is NOT the tri-ply. I finally got a set of the Walmart Tramontina tri-ply from ebay and I have to say I am delighted with it. It's induction ready as well, which is a plus for long term planning. It performs as well as my All-Clad pieces, looks great and cleans as well as AC. It also is a very sturdy construction. If you can't find it anywhere else, look for a reputable e bay seller.

    1. c
      Campofiorin Nov 30, 2009 05:28 AM

      My memory might be playing tricks on me but I think a remember seeing it at Sears at Galleries d'Anjou a couple of weeks ago.

      1. cherylmtl Oct 1, 2009 02:42 PM

        You could always head to the Walmart in Plattsburgh or Burlington to pick it up...

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          knet Nov 28, 2009 07:01 PM

          Walmart won't ship and also won't send it to Burlington for pick up . I've been searching for it too and it seems the only way is to travel to the US .

        2. w
          wattacetti Oct 1, 2009 07:18 AM

          You can also look at Vollrath's Tri-Ply offerings (I have the 22L stockpot). Not necessarily the cheapest on the market either but very well made and available via Desprès Laporte (also other places but more expensive).

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