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Excelsteel 16 Quart Stainless Steel Stockpot With Encapsulated Base
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- Constructed in stainless for durability
- See through tempered glass lid
- Encapsulated base ensures even and faster heat distribution
- Hygienic and easy to clean
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|Item Dimensions||11.42 x 11.42 x 10.38 in||17.5 x 13 x 9 in||15.75 x 10.75 x 12.5 in||10 x 14 x 14 in||12.25 x 8 x 9.25 in||7.75 x 12.25 x 9.75 in|
|Item Weight||6 lbs||7.5 lbs||6.1 lbs||4.6 lbs||3.1 lbs||7.5 lbs|
|Size||16 quarts||20-Qt||20 quarts||12-Quart||8 quarts||16 Quart|
16 quart stainless steel stockpot comes with encapsulated base to enhance faster & even heat distribution. Tempered glass lid with vented hole allows you to monitor your cooking. Ideal size for making soups & stocks. Stockpot comes with hollow stay cool stainless steel handles.
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I honestly don't understand how a pot made these days can be such terrible quality. And two of them in a row? I don't know how that could have been by chance. I can only assume a lot of these pots are that way.
It worked great for making it. It's large enough for big batches, but it's not too big. Good size for a household.
When I got it, I noticed that the metal was quite thin- it didn't have the heft that my other stainless steel pots have.
And then I read the "warranty"- It said five years on the box. It said five years on the top of the paper. The actual text? One year. Definite false advertising, there.
I forged ahead, because I really wanted to try the pot out- I've been looking for an affordable pot of this size for a while. I made some chicken stock. So, you know, a nice, non-reactive substance, no heavy stirring or agitation...
After ONE USE, the metal on the base of the pot was pock-marked, and looked as if it had been shedding metal into my stock. NOT COOL BRO, I said. I definitely doubt that this pot would last for years, the way my other stainless-steel cookware has.
Returned, because it's ridiculous for a pot to start degrading after one use. I'd suggest not buying at all- cheap products are cheap.