Tramontina 80120/002DS Tramontina Gourmet Stainless Steel Covered Stock Pot, 20-Quart
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- 18/10 premium stainless steel impact-bonded tri-ply base construction
- Precision cast riveted stainless steel handles and 18/10 premium stainless steel lid
- Nsf-Certified and compatible with gas, electric, induction and ceramic glass cooktops
- Dishwasher and oven-safe (up to 500f/ 260c)
- Lifetime Warranty
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|Material||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||18-10 Steel|
|Item Weight||8.51 pounds||11.7 pounds||11 pounds||11 pounds|
|Color||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Silver||Silver|
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Top Customer Reviews
Why a large commercial pot in a house? Pasta needs a lot of water to cook. Small amounts of water to pasta means that it will have to cook longer, therefore, soggy noodles. A large amount of water speeds up the process.
That said, I really enjoy this pot. It's light enough to clean easily but heavy enough to heat evenly and be rugged. I expect to have it for a long time.
Maybe 20 quart is not for you. That's not for me to decide. If you make pasta for more than 4 people, I would recommend the Tramontina commercial stock pots in either the 16 or 20 quart sizes. As long as you have the room, I don't think you would regret it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Followed advice here and replaced my thin-gauge SS brew kettle with this. Very happy. No scorching. Holds boil temp nicely at stove setting with no boilovers. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Pa from Cincy
Not worth the money! The bottom is not thick enough and burns sauces.Published 12 months ago by Jill Bell
Worth every penny. Well made. Strong - sturdy. Appears like a pot that will last a lifetime.Published 12 months ago by Donna
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