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Update International (SPS-40) 40 Qt Induction Ready Stainless Steel Stock Pot w/Cover
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- Induction ready stock pots are a staple of any professional kitchen
- Stainless steel stock pot with cover is excellent for making a small batch of your restaurant's signature soups
- NSF-Listed SuperSteel stock pot features a 3-ply bottom consisting of two layers of stainless steel surrounding a 5mm aluminum core
- Available in natural finish
- Comes in 40-quart capacity
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|Item Weight||15.2 pounds||12 pounds||11 pounds||Information not provided|
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Is this pot up to the standards of the All Clad? The handles are welded on and then reinforced with a welded plate. The design is sturdy, functional, and handsome, but not the absolute highest standard. The handle on the lid is merely spot welded--completely adequate for the non-stress needs of a lid handle. The pot isn't fully clad, but I don't see that as a problem for my needs. On the plus side, this pot has a curved lip for easier pouring.
I have the Bosch 3065 induction cooktop. This pot is large enough to fit the huge 11-inch burner. I'll probably also buy the 8 qt stock pot, but it will have to fight with the 4 qt all-clad for the medium sized burner.
Edit: 2+ years and quite a few steamed crab and lobster later, I'm as happy as a clam (I've steamed some clams too!). Someone asked about the specific dimensions... diameter of completely flat bottom is 10 1/4 inches, there is a curved transition to the sides so the side to side diameter is 11 1/4 inches, handle to handle span is 15 1/2, height of pot without lid is 7 1/2, and height including lid is 9 inches to the top of the lid's handle. I've noticed that the price has inched up to $52 in line with general inflation, which means that it's still a great pot at a superb price.
Edit: 6+ years ...Read more ›
The 16 Qt. size is perfect for my needs. It seems well constructed and the lid fits tightly.
With that said, after only using the pot a few times, and for basically just boiling water, the bottom of the inside of the pot started to develop small rust spots. I tried to scrub them out to some success, but they just returned the next time I used it.
I had bought a calphalon stainless wok at the same time, which gets used much more often, that has none of these issues.
I contacted the seller, and they told me after the 30 day time period, they could not take it back. They did tell me however that they would send my information to the manufacturer and I would get a phone call from them. I did not get a call, and nobody ever contacted me about this product. I believe you should have decent customer service if you are going to sell products on Amazon. Most companies I deal with are a pleasure. It is a shame that these guys do not have their act together.
I rarely write a negative review, if ever, but I paid good money on a product that is not as advertised. I have had stainless cookware items that are lasting years without problems. This one did not last a few days without corroding. Unacceptable.
I didn't get mine through Amazon but rather through my local restaurant store. If you don't have one of those handy, or they don't carry Update International, you can order here and I wouldn't hesitate about doing so.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
7.75 gallons at best... but who cares this is about the perfect size for me. The rivets don't seem completely legit but it feels sturdy enough. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Andrew Kettring
Use to make soups for potluck type dinners and get togethers. Everyone asks where we got as it is much larger than anything you would get in a standard cookware set. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Random guy on the Internet
I love this pot. It is sturdy and well made. It cooks evenly. I love stainly steel. It is just as easy to clean up as that supposed non-stick stuff that flacks all through your... Read morePublished 17 days ago by Mia-Leah
I actually had to order two of these pots because of manufacturing defects. The first one had a rather large dent that deformed both the bottom and inside of the pot. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Jonathan
I have never given such a low score on anything. I wanted a pot without rivets. I purchased another brand stockpot on Amazon didn't like the big inner rivets and sent it back and... Read morePublished 1 month ago by bonfireblondie
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