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Maxam KT17 17-Piece 9-Element Surgical-Stainless-Steel Waterless Cookware Set

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  • Take home this 17 piece collection of one of the highest quality Steam Control waterless cookware sets on the market today
  • The Maxam 9-Element 17 Piece Waterless Cookware set features extra-heavy stainless steel construction, so durable it will last a lifetime
  • Steam Control valves make waterless cooking easy, and the 9-element construction spreads heat quickly and evenly, allowing one to stack cook
  • Features mirror finish exterior, satin finish interior, and superbly styled handles that are resistant to heat, cold, and detergents
  • Limited lifetime warranty
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Material Stainless Steel Stainless Steel stainless-steel 18-10 Steel
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Take home this wonderful collection of one of the highest quality Steam Control waterless cookware sets on the market today. The Maxam 9-Element 17 Piece Waterless Cookware set features extra-heavy stainless steel construction, so durable it will last a lifetime! Steam Control valves make "waterless" cooking easy and the 9-element construction spreads heat quickly and evenly, allowing one to stack cook. Waterless cooking without added oil is healthy cooking and eating! The mirror finish exterior and satin finish interior combine in a classic design elegant enough to go from stove top to dinner table. The handles are superbly styled and are resistant to heat, cold, and detergents. Before you invest thousands of dollars in cookware, consider the advantages and superior features of this Maxam Steam Control 17 piece set. Limited lifetime.

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Product Dimensions 24 x 16 x 13 inches
Item Weight 34 pounds
Shipping Weight 34 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Manufacturer Maxam
ASIN B00077BHPS
Shipping Advisory This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
Item model number KT17
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4.3 out of 5 stars 167 customer reviews

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Best Sellers Rank #53,460 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
#214 in Kitchen & Dining > Cookware > Cookware Sets
Date first available at Amazon.com November 15, 2005

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I had a Townecraft home demonstation and thought it was wonderful. The salesman was great and really made me excited. Then came the price. I've bought cars for less than that! I started looking around for that same brand on auction sites and found it 1/2 the price, but still very expensive. I went to the waterless cookware site and decided to give Maxam 9 a shot. It took 2 months to get, but the pans are good heavy quality, very easy to clean, and keep the food moist. Waterless cooking, however, takes patience to get right and you are likely to burn some meals if you stick to the time guidelines in the book. I've had them for about two monts now and finally got rid of all of the old teflon and rusty pans...they aren't coming back. I've cooked with the Townecraft pans before and you aren't going to see enough of a difference to warrant 6-8 times the price. Maxam 9 (World's Finest) is almost as good and won't kill your budget. As Zig Ziglar says "It's easier to justify cost once, than apologize for quality forever" The price is more than what you are going to pay in WalMart, but the cost over a lifetime will be much, much lower because you won't buy pans again.
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UPDATE: On exactly the 30th day of purchase, while cooking, the skillet lid valve fell out of the lid into my skillet. I am getting a replacement and hope it was just a fluke and not indicative of quality of every set.

2nd UPDATE: The replacement fell apart within 30 days in the same manner as my first set. The steam valve fell out of the lid into the pan. I am returning for refund. I do love the oil-less water-less cooking but will look for a set that will last at least a couple of years.

FROM BOX:

the 17 piece set includes:
7.5 qt roaster & cover
11 3/8" skillet
5 egg cups & utility rack
high dome cover for skillet or roaster
3.2 qt saucepan & cover
2.5 qt saucepan & cover
1.7 qt saucepan & cover
double boiler unit

What is 304 surgical stainless steel? The 304 surgical stainless steel contains about 18% chromium and a higher percentage of nickel than "ordinary" stainless steel. The popularity of 304 surgical stainless steel is due to its gleaming appearance which lasts for the life of a product. Its excellent corrosion resistance is due to an invisible, passive oxide film that forms on the metal's surface in air. Sometimes 304 surgical stainless is referred to as T304.

8 advantages of 304 surgical stainless steel
1. corrosion resistance
2 economy
3 temperature resistance
4 beauty
5 durability
6 design flexibility
7 easy to clean
8 flavor protection

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I fell in "want" with the nifty "waterless" cookware at the state fair, and drooled for years at the demos, but just couldn't justify the $2000-$3000 price tag. I knew I really wanted stainless steel pans, something heavy-duty, and that waterless cooking would be a plus. After LOTS of research, and many e-mails and calls to various manufacturers, distributors, etc. I decided to try this set - I couldn't even find a decent set of regular stainless cookware for this price, much less waterless. Worst case scenario would be that I would have a decent heavy set of stainless steel pots and the waterless part might be a bust.

But it wasn't. Right off the bat, I was amazed at how colorful and flavorful my vegetables were, in less time and very little water (waterless cooking should actually be called less-water cooking in most cases). The carrots were awesome! I can cook meats and vegetables in the same pot, sort of in layers, in less time than conventional cooking - the steam control valve provides a sort of low-pressure pressure-cooker effect, cooking the foods in less or no liquid in less time. Meats sear to the bottom, then release as they cook, in no liquid - and clean up is easy. Even foods that seem to be "stuck," like the little browned parts of fried potatoes, soak off in minutes and clean easily. Anything that doesn't remove completely in water comes off readily with a Brillo-type pad (hooray for stainless steel!).

Something else I appreciated was that the sizes were ALL good sizes for our growing/larger family of ten. So many sets include little pans as standard, then charge a fortune for add-ons like 3-qt saucepans, etc. This set gave me four saucepans, a pretty big frying pan (just under 12 inch), plus the biggest Dutch oven I'd ever seen, at over 7 quarts!
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This cookware is a delight to use. Roasts are very tender. Vegetable cook with almost no water. Oatmean and Puddings cook without sticking.
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Just got my Maxam 17 piece waterless cookware two days ago and cooked my first meal in them today. I chose to cook Braised Roast Pork Tenderloin with Cabbage and Apples from the cookbook "Healthy Meat and Potatoes" by Charles and David Knight. I had a tough time believing that browning meat without oil or water would work, but I followed the book's (and cookware instruction's) advice and kept the temperature down to medium-high and browned the meat until I was able to move it from it's original "stuck" position (which you will always be able to do if you wait for required length of time to brown), then added the veggies (without water), then added a dome cover and lowered the heat as instructed, then kept the dome on at recommended low temp for time instructed -- WOW, was I surprised. The pork was SO VERY tender and lean and the veggies? GREAT flavor. Very low fat meal with NO SALT ADDED, just a few other spices. Can't wait to use this cookware again. Cleanup was a breeze.. I really think that those who do not appreciate waterless cookware, don't give it a chance by following instructions. You really have to cook on low heat to avoid burning and messy cleanup. This cookware cost me less that the $600 bucks I spent on the Circulon Professional set I bought several years back. I will keep those pieces but plan to rid myself of all other pots and pans I've collected over the years. LOVE THIS COOKWARE!!
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