Calphalon One Nonstick 10-Piece Cookware Set
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- Includes 3-quart chef's pan, 4-1/2-quart saucepan, 11-inch chef's skillet, 8-quart stockpot (all with lids); 10- and 12-inch fry pans
- Four interlocking nonstick layers on interior; advanced release polymer to prevent staining on exterior
- Stainless-steel ergonomic handles stay cool; glass lids oven-safe to 450 degrees F
- For gas, electric, ceramic stovetops; oven-safe to 500 degrees F
- Hand-washing recommended; lifetime warranty; made in USA
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Top Customer Reviews
For cooking purposes I love this set it is well worth the money but if you purchase this as a gift be forewarned take the time to open the box inspect it... then add your own bubble wrap if you are sending this long distance as a gift... TRUST me I have had the misfortune of having at least 3 sets of these that I sold personally on a site that the buyers complained the items were scratched. If purchasing from a dept. store inspect the box before your purchase if you are buying here off of Amazon (which these prices BEAT Department stores) just make sure that you check the items as soon as you receive.
Essentially you have to clean them as soon as you use them and when the no-stick surface turns out not to be, you have to use a dish cloth to "scrub" them out. Good luck with that. This is NOT a lifetime set. Maybe, MAYBE, it would be worth the price tag if it lasted 10 years, but it won't. The regular ol' teflon stuff is just as durable as the Calphalon Anodized One set, does better in the no-stick category, is workable in the dishwasher and oh yeah, it isn't $500+. If you are determined to go with Calphalon, I would get the regular steel/ chrome set. This less expensive set is far more durable, less finicky, less annoying and a better value all the way around. If you get these as a wedding gift, then be glad and take 'em back for the cash.
Also, we bought the Calphalon One grill pan the same day we bought the skillet and pot. The Grill pan is still in top shape, never flaked at all. We cleaned it the same way we did the skillet and pot. And strangely enough, since it's a grill pan for meat, I've used metal tongs on it all the time - not one scratch or chip or flake.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I received the 8-piece set of Calphalon One pots and pans as a wedding gift three years ago. I am an experienced cook and I was hoping to replace my older cookware with this set. Read morePublished on August 28, 2010 by Rated-R Superstar
I bought these because I was remodeling my kitchen going to a flat cooktop and needed new pots. I had caphalon before and they were good but old and slightly warped. Read morePublished on August 17, 2010 by David G
I bought these pans about a year ago. I was so pleased. I also bought an expensive set of wood utensils and threw my metal ones out. All and all I'd say I spent $700+. Read morePublished on July 14, 2010 by L. Edmondson
but I give only four stars because I don't love the non-stick coating much. It falls apart and comes off over time and I wonder how much ends up in our food. Read morePublished on July 5, 2010 by dog-walker
I received these pans in perfect shape and very quickly. I absolutely love this set. The only thong missing was a lid for the 12 inch fry pan, which I was able to order separately.Published on May 10, 2010 by S. Rodich
Because I am the cook in the family, two Christmases ago my family purchased a 14 piece set of Calaphon cookware for me. It replaced our aged and lightweight set of Revereware. Read morePublished on April 20, 2010 by Mr. Mom
My wife and I got this set of pans for our wedding 5 years ago. Initially we were blown away by how much better they are than the average Teflon non-stick pans. Read morePublished on October 30, 2009 by David C. Corteville
I'm still hopeful that the coating isn't as poisonous as the regular teflon pans.
As other reviews have said, you can't soak this, scrub this, dish-wash this, or... Read more
I bought these pans a couple weeks ago after A LOT of searching and investigating different brands. I was replacing an 10+ year old t-fal set as well as misc. Read morePublished on April 4, 2009 by Deal hunter
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