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Bayou Classic 1044 44-Quart Stainless-Steel Stockpot
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- 44-quart stockpot holds large batches of crowd-pleasing soup or stew
- 20-gauge stainless-steel construction resists rust and corrosion
- riveted side handles for safe and easy transport
- Steaming rim can be used with steaming basket (sold separately)
- Measures 13-1/2 by 13-1/2 by 17-1/4 inches
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|Item Weight||12 pounds||Information not provided||6.28 pounds||17.3 pounds|
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The steel is a bit thin, but I expected this for a pot under $100. Although the walls are thin, I have not no issues with strength or build quality. I feel completely comfortable picking the pot up with 6 gallons of boiling liquid in it. Although heavy, the handles are up to the task and remain cool.
Although there are higher quality pots out there, I don't think you can find another pot at this price at this quality level. I would recommend this pot to anyone looking for a large stock pot and a good price.
So in the end, I cannot return this since I missed the return window. I will try to smear some jb weld on it to see what happens. Hopefully that will fix the leaking. If anyone has any other ideas on how to fix this, let me know. If not, I guess I am just out of $80. Live and learn?
If you purchase this pot, fill it to the top and put it on your burner. Like I said above, it was fine until I added heat to it.
EDIT 07-15-2013 3:57pm: Just called the customer service department. They asked that I email them a few pictures of the pitting. I received an email back within an hour stating that they were sending me a new pot via UPS and it would be in the mail today. AWESOME customer service. Had to change it to 3 stars just because of that.
The heavy stainless has not scorched anything yet, as cheaper 'bargain' stockpots tend to do. The lid is impressive and heavy as well.
Would have been a five star purchase, but the rivets holding the handles on leaked on both sides, limiting filling to about two inches below them. This makes the top five inches or so of the stockpot unusable.
An all around good pot, but make sure you check the rivets by filling with water before you put something important inside, ESPECIALLY oil for frying.
After reading some of the reviews about leaking about an inch from the bottom, I have this observation: I noticed a "ring" about the same location, roughly 1 inch up from the bottom.
I wanted to cook off the pot before use. So i added a gallon or two of water and boiled it. Afterward i noticed the ring. I have to think the material is cheap and rust prone. I washed it, and after drying the ring returned. To me this looks like rust. I would definitely avoid eating anything that had been cooked in rust. This showed up BEFORE the first use!
I wonder if the buyers of this kettle can get our money back. Obviously this kettle/stockpot is defective. Things don't just fail or break after the first few uses. This product sucks. Read the reviews, others that gave good reviews must have the "good" model, mine sucks. Buyer beware!
I would definitely NOT recommend this stockpot/kettle. And would like to know about getting a refund.
I contacted Amazon and returned the stockpot. Thank you Amazon for understanding when a product is just not acceptable. This product definitely is not acceptable.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Nice, solid, well made brew kettle. I use this for homebrew on an outdoor propane burner. Use this regularly, and no problems at all.Published 9 days ago by Amelia in Kentucky
I use it as my hot water tank for my home brew setup. It's perfect for that. Would probably make for a great pot for a low country boil too.Published 13 days ago by Christopher
The pot itself is pretty good for the money. It did come with some scratches and nicks on the bottom, but it has not leaked yet (I will update if it does start leaking out of one... Read morePublished 17 days ago by Jacob M.
The answered question said that a magnet sticks to this pot, and that it will work with an induction cooktop. This is NOT stainless steel, it is aluminum. Read morePublished 23 days ago by Mike Ashcraft
I have purchased two of these. The first did not have any problems. The second was of lessor quality. There was pitting around the bottom at about 1 inch. Read morePublished 25 days ago by Amazon Customer
Used primarily as a brew kettle. I tested it for leaks with a 2 gallon boil off. No issues,. 2 brews later, no issues no problems. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kristina
Very thin metal pot, so much so that it rocks back and forth when it starts to boil. It's also too tall to fit on my kitchen stove due to the clearance between the stove top and... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Matt Siemer
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