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Tramontina 8-Piece 18/10 Stainless Steel TriPly-Clad Cookware Set


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  • Perfect starter set for aspiring gourmet cooks and smaller families
  • Tri-ply clad construction provides quick and even heating
  • Dishwasher-safe
  • Compatible with all cooktops, including induction
  • Mirror polished interior and exterior finish on these pots and pans

Product Details

  • Item Weight: 12 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 15 pounds
  • ASIN: B009HWJVCA
  • Item model number: 80116/506
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #373,610 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

The Tramontina 18/10 Stainless Steel 8-Piece Cookware Set is manufactured with full-clad tri-ply construction (18/10 Stainless Steel Aluminum Core Magnetic Stainless Steel). This offers superior performance, beauty, and optimal heat diffusion. These items are compatible with all cooktops, including induction. Find an 8" sauté pan, one 10" sauté pan, one 2-qt covered sauce pan, one 3-qt covered sauce pan and one 5-qt. covered Dutch oven in this set. The mirror-polished interior and exterior finish, cast stainless steel handles, and durable stainless steel lids of this Tramontina triply-clad 8-piece cookware set will provide a lifetime of service within the kitchen. Do not worry about maintenance as these items are dishwasher safe.

Customer Reviews

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We've had no problems with this set, aside from cooking scrambled eggs.
Kelly Kennedy
I regret my purchase and would never purchase any Tramontina product again.
ESS
I suspect they were made at different times or different sites in China.
puddytat

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By hfw on December 30, 2012
Induction ranges have come way down in price--but for some of us they mean all new cookware. Even the stainless we had before wouldn't work. When we went shopping, I rejected All-Clad because I found the handles uncomfortable, even before we saw the price! Turning to Cook's Illustrated, which I love for its obsessiveness, we learned that Tramontina was rated right next to All-Clad, at a fraction of the cost. We figured it was worth a try, even without seeing it. I was amazed when it arrived, beautiful and comfortable--and with a reprint of the CI review tucked inside. I was even more amazed after using it. Practically non-stick, easy to clean, it's been a joy now for two years. When our son was home for a visit, he used it and was impressed with the difference good cookware makes--so we bought a set for him. We've since added a few extra pieces, including a 1-qt saucepan and a double-handled shallow pan ("Everyday Pan"?). We've been making a lot of ice cream using Jeni Britton Bauer's method that calls for boiling milk, cream and sugar for four minutes. The first time I dreaded the cleanup. No need, it washed up as easily as if I'd cooked vegetables in it. Absolutely one of the best kitchen purchases we've ever made.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By SWfromCT on December 20, 2013
Read the reviews from Cooks Illustrated and Serious eats. Those guys ran side by side tests between Tramontina and All Clad and Tramontina held its own. No, it does not distribute heat quite as evenly as All Clad, but then again it does not cost 200.00 a pot either. Both places gave this cookware rave reviews, as did two of my foodie friends. So I tried them as well. I have to wholeheartedly agree with their assessments. For the money I don't know a better set of cookware out there.
Advantages: welded handles, comfortable grip, heavy lids, good balance. excellent browning, good price
Disanvantages: solid ( as opposed to glass) lids, no calibration marks inside pots, skillets a bit small

Overall, an excellent product
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By Kelly Kennedy on January 17, 2014
I bought this set from a WalMart Supercenter four years ago. It was the display set, and they were no longer going to carry it any longer. After comparing the weight, feel of the handle in my hand, the balance, etc, brisk negotiations with the manager began, and I left with the set for less than 100.00.

Four years later, I couldn't be more pleased. Stainless, like cast iron, is not to be washed in the dishwasher, and has to be seasoned for it to maintain a non-stick finish. These are not TEFLON. You can't just cook any and everything in it... without using some sort of oil or butter, something Americans have steered away from thanks to teflon.

I'm glad I took the time to research how to care for and cook in a stainless set, (yes, it is different than using teflon). We've had no problems with this set, aside from cooking scrambled eggs. Just cannot get them out, not matter what - so I bought a couple of ceramic lined pans for eggs. Interestingly enough, I've cooked some gorgeous omelettes with this set, with no stick issues at all, but I use a lot of butter when I make omelettes. Still can't cook scrambled eggs without massive stick issues, no matter how much butter I use.

I do, contrary to directions, use the dishwasher to clean the pots. I've discovered the skillets do not get super clean in the dishwasher, but the pots do. IDK why that is. So I generally clean the skillets in the sink, pots and lids in the dishwasher. When the skillets start to get cooked on gunk on the outside of them, I warm them up a tad, use oven cleaner on them, and voila! They look new again.

The handles can get hot, I see negative reviews about that. I can't believe anyone is surprised by this. That's why they make pot holders. Keep them handy.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Curtis R. Torbert Jr. on February 12, 2013
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love them they are easy to clean, look great and once you get use to them they dont stick, i bought these becouse i love tramontina products and we just bought a new glass top stove, if you love stainlees steel pans but cant afford the ones that are $1000 these are the ones for you
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