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Heuck 36003 4 Piece Stainless Steel Stock Pot Set

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  • Stainless steel
  • Mirror finish
  • Fast even heat
  • Easy clean up
  • Set includes 8 Qt, 12 Qt, 16 Qt, and 20 Qt stock pot
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 12 x 6.2 x 3.5 inches ; 11.1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 11.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B000QRCM8A
  • Item model number: 36003
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (40 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #53,598 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

The Heuck 4 piece nested stainless steel stockpot set is sure to bring an array of possibilities to your everyday cooking. The versatility is endless when using the 8, 12, 16, and 20 quart set. Each pot has a luminous mirrored exterior with riveted handles and a polished stainless steel lid. Whether it be “low and slow” cooking your favorite soups and stews, or boiling pasta and seafood, you have all the options right at hand. For best results while cooking, temperatures of medium or lower on a cook top are recommended unless boiling water. To extend the life of this set hand washing is recommended.

Customer Reviews

The 20 quart lid also fits some other cookware.
William Santore
For anything that will scorch (ie things with a tomato base, thick bean or pea soups, anything with sugar, and so on) you will definitely want a heavy-bottomed pot.
Teena
I am going to be looking into how to return this product due to false advertising.
Spadpin

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68 of 73 people found the following review helpful By Jerry K. Mccullough on February 14, 2010
The set 4 pots are avertised as 20 quart, 16 quart, 12 quart and 8 quart. The 20 quart pot will only hold 16 quarts. The 16 quart pot will only hold 13 quarts. The 12 quart pot will only hold 10 quarts. The 8 quart pot will only hold 6 quarts. The seller and manufactureer are misleading the buyer with false claims. I recommend that you buy the pots somewhere else.
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35 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Shanthi on July 19, 2008
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These pots are pretty thin and you can expect the base to be of the same thickness as the sides. Still, I thought it was a good deal when I paid a little over $21! In a few days the price went down further to about $17. That would have been a better price to pay!
They stack well and the lid of the smaller one fits into the next size (except for the largest of course). They could dent easily!
They heat up quickly and are great when you need to make cheese or just make stocks and soups for a large gathering!
It's also great as a double boiler!
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28 of 31 people found the following review helpful By some guy on July 29, 2008
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The metal on these stock pots is probably the thinnest I've seen on any pots or pans. There were some small dents/dings in them when I got it, and I'm not sure if this can be avoided, because of the thickness of the metal.

Nonetheless, for the money ($15 shipped), it is a pretty good value. I weighed all of the pots+lids together in order to report for this review, and they weigh about 10 pounds total.

If you need large pots but don't plan on using them often and you're not putting them out on display and you don't care whether or not they are high quality, this set is a good bet. Or if you're dying shirts or doing something else with non-food items and you don't want to use the same pots you use for eating, you could get these in order to have some pots dedicated to whatever non-food purpose you have.

Don't get me wrong - it's not like these pots are thin like an aluminum foil disposable roaster pan - they are thicker than that and I have no doubt that when they will do a solid job if you fill them with water or something else like that. They should be able to do anything you'd normally use a pot for.

I'm giving this 2 stars for quality and because some of it had small dents, but it's probably close to 4 or or maybe 5 for value, I guess.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By K. Bevilaqua on September 11, 2008
I got these for about $15 shipped. The price has since gone up but they are worth the cheaper price... they are very thin as others have stated but in the end they get the job done. I am having a party this weekend and we were making spaghetti sauce in the pot, the thin metal heats up much faster than other pots and the sauce burned and had to be thrown away. Remember this and use caution when cooking with them! They are very compact, everything fits inside one another and I recommend them if the price ever comes back down.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Spadpin on January 23, 2011
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I purchased this set with the sole intention of using the 20 quart stock pot for brewing beer. I thought the price was great, and I would get three more stock pots with the set. The problem is that there is no way the largest pot is 20 quarts. At the most, I would have to say that it is 16. I am very disappointed with this purchase. I would not recommend this product to anyone. I am going to be looking into how to return this product due to false advertising.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Cupcake on March 2, 2013
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These are vey cheap pots. At this price point, I wouldn't expect anything else. I bought them primarily for cheese making, when I'd be using them double-boiler style, so no risk of scorching, and the flimsiness is not an issue (as long as the handles don't break off). They worked fine for that, but the moment I tried to make a brine, the smallest pot began to rust--before the salt even finished dissolving. I'd like the flexibility of being able to brine a large bird or cure a ham in one of the large pots, but that's definitely out of the question.

I'm leaving them with 3 stars because they're so cheap that they're still serviceable for many uses. If you want these exclusively for cheese making (probably not direct heating, though), brewing, deep fat frying, boiling (crawfish, pasta, corn, etc), stocks or stock-based soups (not starchy or cream soups), these will get you by. I wouldn't recommend them for heavy soups,, sauces, or anything prone to scorching.

As to the capacity, they hold EXACTLY the stated amount, filled to the brim, so practically speaking, you need o go a size up (use a 4-gallon pot for a 3-gallon batch of soup), but this will generally be true of any pot.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Reader on March 1, 2012
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I ordered these after reading other reviews, which were helpful. The set is stainless steel, and made in India, but the pots are not as hefty or as thick-walled as similar (but more costly) products from other producers' I own. However, I bought them strictly to make stock and boil pasta water in, so they are cost effective and what I expected. The pot volumes are misrepresented, as other reviewers have noted. Using a Pyrex glass measuring cup (1 quart size,) and filling each pot up to the top row of the handle rivets, the '8 quart' took only 7 qts, the '12' took 10 qts, the '16' took 13 qts, and the '20' took 18 qts. I recommend them, with the caveat that you should use some stainless steel trivets in the pots if you are making stocks that require long hours of simmering - your ingredients are less likely to stick and burn that way.
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