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Aug 26, 2011 07:33 AM

All-Clad 10" Stainless Braiser Set $62.10 - FREE Shipping!

This is a great deal if you can use this piece. Comes with two red quilted oven mitts and a large A-C spoon. It holds 2 qts. If you want this don't wait as Amazon keeps changing their prices and it can go up at any minute.

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  1. Did anyone get this? That's why there are so few posts regarding sales here. No one responds. Was hoping to get a conversation going about this piece which is why I think most people post about a sale as they want the item but are sometimes not sure if it's useful, or they want assurance of what a good deal it is :-). Oh well...this is my last sales post.

    BTW, it's still up at around that price.

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    1. re: blondelle

      Personally, I was very interested when I read your initial post, but when I clicked the link, I was rather disappointed in the actual product. The customer reviews were quite negative, and the pan isn't truly an "all-clad" design because it has (to quote the sales blurb) an "aluminum-core base". My overall reaction was to wonder whether the highly respected "All-Clad" brand was starting to cash in on its reputation by putting its name on mediocre products (and ones made in China, to boot).

      I hope that the lack of responses in this particular thread won't keep you from posting good deals for the benefit of the folks here at Chowhound.

      1. re: tanuki soup

        The pan has the aluminum core all the way up to the rim as the other A-C pans do. It's the exact same pan as the 10" frypan except it has two loop handles instead of the one long handle. Even though it's a braiser I think it would be best to braise in LC and it only holds 2 quarts. It's a useful everyday pan if you cook for one or two, but I think there are more useful pans than this. A-C included it in their new tri-ply collection and it's in the copper core line too. There's a lot of misinformation out there. Best to call A-C and check on it yourself.