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All-Clad LTD 6-Piece Cookware Set
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All-Clad LTD 6-Piece Cookware Set

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Includes: 8" nonstick fry pan, 2 qt. sauce pan with lid, 3 qt. saute pan, 6 qt. stock pot with interchangeable lid. The dark, hard anodized aluminum exterior won't scratch, peel, or chip. Stainless steel interior with aluminum core extending up the sides of the pan for even heat distribution. Stay cool handles. Lifetime guarantee.


Set contains 6-quart stockpot, 8-inch fry pan, 2-quart covered saucepan, 3-quart covered saute pan

Stainless-steel interiors, hard-anodized aluminum exteriors, aluminum cores

Comfortable lid and stay-cool pan handles riveted for strength

Lifetime warranty against defects

Product Details:
Product Length: 22.8 inches
Product Width: 15.7 inches
Product Height: 12.1 inches
Product Weight: 18.0 pounds
Package Length: 20.6 inches
Package Width: 18.7 inches
Package Height: 11.6 inches
Package Weight: 19.2 pounds
Average Customer Rating: based on 2 reviews
Customer Reviews:
Average Customer Review: 4.0 ( 2 customer reviews )
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7 of 7 found the following review helpful:

3Cooks great but spend all your free time scrubbing the exterior to keep nice lookingNov 25, 2006
By Where's-the-Sun?
I've had All Clad LTD pans for a number of years now. I usually cook several times a day almost everyday & although these pans cook beautifully and the interior looks beautiful & cleans up easily, the anodized exterior looks terrible now. I wouldn't mind so much but I have them hanging on decorative pot rack. For that reason I want to replace them with the less expensive version in stainless steel but the financial loss is killing me. I don't have room in my small kitchen to put them away. We've had a stainless steel All-Clad sauce pan for a few years which still looks great and isn't embarrassing hanging from our rack. If you don't mind so much what your pots look like then these would probably be a great choice. If anyone knows any great secrets to keeping these looking great, please post them in the discussion area. I've contacted All-Clad several times and do exactly as they say without achieving any desired results.

5 of 5 found the following review helpful:

5All-Clad is the best and will last a lifetime. LTD looks great.Aug 15, 2007
By Joshua G. Feldman "Technophile"
My wife an I duked it out between Calphalon Commercial Nonstick (now called "Contemporary") which she preferred for its lighter weight and All-Clad which I prefer for its tougher build. We have a bunch of each. The All-Clad stuff is better hands down. It heats quicker and more evenly. It seems to cook requiring lower stove temperatures. The anodized exterior is smoother and of higher quality. The clad stainless interior is exquisite and easy to clean.

This particular set is good. I could quibble and say that they should have included the 10 inch fry pan instead of the 8 inch. The 8 inch is too small for everyday use. I have a family of 4 so I prefer a couple of larger pans (12" fry and 5 Qt. Saute are really nice to have). The choice of stainless interior versus nonstick is personal - but I recommend the stainless interior. First of all, the stainless interior is virtually indestructible and will last a lifetime. All-Clad's nonstick interior is the best in the business, but it does wear out. I've had several LTD nonstick pieces for 9 years now. The ones that get a lot of wear are starting to wear out. Nothing is more pathetic than a battleship built All-Clad pan with a frayed nonstick interior. It's like putting fur in a truck bed. Nonstick might be easier to clean up - but the difference is trivial. Maybe you have the intention of cooking with less oil, but the difference between nonstick and LTD's excellent mirror-like stainless interior is also trivial. I find the arguments for nonstick hard to defend.

As for the review that says anodized aluminum exteriors are hard to maintain, she should read the product literature. You clean anodized aluminum with a plastic scrubby (like the 3M green ones) with bleach cleanser (like Ajax or Comet). Just make a paste with the cleanser and power away stains in moments. Anodized aluminum - like all aluminum cannot be dish washed. The phosphates and brightening agents in dishwasher soap with create a chalky powdery rot in the anodized surface. If you are determined to dishwash your cookware you must forget about aluminum and stick to stainless steel. All-Clad makes a great like of stainless cookware - but nothing is prettier than LTD's awesome black.

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