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Before you start planning your Thanksgiving and holiday menus, you might want to think about upgrading your pots, pans, and cookware. Right now, you can save big on some of our favorite kitchen essentials at All-Clad Factory Sale.
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From now until September 24, home chefs can save up to 81% on kitchen utensils and cooking essentials during warehouse savings event.
Everything included in the All-Clad VIP Factory Seconds sale is a genuine All-Clad product. These pots and pans work as well as the more expensive off-the-shelf ones, although with some minor cosmetic blemishes, such as dents and scratches. Some may also be delivered without the typical All-Clad engravings. Items included in the event are on final sale, so we’ve rounded up some of our favorites to help you decide.
During the sale, you can get our favorite upgrade choice for non-stick pans, the 10 inch non-stick stainless steel skillet. Usually priced at $ 150, the Frying Pan can be yours for just $ 89.95, a savings of 40%. The induction compatible pan passed our tests and provided a fast and even heat, perfect for cooking pancakes!
If you want to revamp your entire range of kitchen utensils, consider the 10 Piece Nonstick Cookware Set. The collection of pots, pans and cookware is currently priced at $ 249.95, a 55% reduction from the total retail price of $ 550. Set includes 4 quart sauté pan and 2.5 quart saucepan – some of the our favorite pieces-as well as two frying pans, a 7-quart pot with a filter and a 13-inch square pan.
Keep scrolling through the best kitchen essentials you can buy right now in the All-Clad VIP Factory Seconds Sale.
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