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||12.25 x 7.75 x 9.75 in||13 x 17.5 x 9 in||10.75 x 15.75 x 12.5 in||10.7 x 11.4 x 11.6 in|
|Item Weight||6 lbs||7.5 lbs||7.5 lbs||6.1 lbs||2.75 lbs|
|Material Type||Steel||Steel||Steel||Steel||Stainless Steel|
|Size||16 quarts||16 Quart||20-Qt||20 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.
4lbs of dry black beans were soaked in this pot with some baking soda. Next day transferred directly to the stove (no changing of the water). Pot was about 2/3 full. Water boiled very fast considering the volume. I have smooth top electric range and the pot fit very flush with no wobble, base of the pot is very flat. I put the burner on high which was what I needed before to maintain a boil with the old pot and I figured with all the increased volume of this pot that would also be necessary. Oh no, it boiled over in just a few minutes, I reduced the heat and all was good, the encapsulated base must be much more efficient to conducting heat than a solid aluminum pot. cleanup was easy, especially considering I didn't pre boil the water and add beans after. only downside is that the lid vent is way too smal for a pot of this size, It clogged from debris in the steam and then water vapor escaped from the edges and ran down the side of the pot. I simply put the lid on tilted leaving a small gap at the back of the pot. problem solved. Had some minor discoloration of the inside bottom of the pot, no big deal, it's only cosmetic.
Lid vent is too small for it's capacity.
Large size makes it too big for dishwasher and refrigerator storage.