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[Costco] ZWILLING Nero 10-piece Stainless Steel Cookware $369.99

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[Costco] ZWILLING Nero 10-piece Stainless Steel Cookware $369.99

ZWILLING Nero 10-piece Stainless Steel Cookware Set
Looks like decent set, very attractive design and functionality. Not like sets with three frying pans, this one has very good variety of pots. The price looks very good. Sold everywhere $550 and up. 3-ply, the name you can trust, sold by Costco.

Below is the description from Costco page.

Combining exceptional quality with style, the ZWILLING® NERO 10-piece cookware set is designed to handle any cooking task in your kitchen. SIGMA Clad 3-ply construction provides ultra heat conductivity and ergonomic stainless steel handles for comfortable control while cooking.

Features:
SIGMA Clad 18/10 stainless steel body and lid for optimal resistance to stains with no taste transfer
Precision fitting 18/10 brushed stainless steel lids retain moisture
Ergonomic V-shape riveted 18/10 stainless steel handles provide comfortable control
All pots feature a measuring scale integrated on the interior
Compatible with all cooking surfaces including induction
Oven safe to 260°C (500°F)
Dishwasher safe

https://www.costco.ca/zwilling-nero-10- ... 66080.html
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Has anyone used these?
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Nov 5, 2019
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Don't know about quality but $629 on their website, $599 on amazon.
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May 5, 2015
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how are these compared to the 5ply Kirkland 10 piece set?
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According to Bezos these are encapsulated all the way up to the rim.
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Those look cool, but I don't know what is different from a regular 3-ply set apart from the darker colour. I'd recommend this 3-ply instead: https://www.costco.ca/cuisinart-multicl ... 26364.html

I also just noticed this for the first time on Costco: https://www.costco.ca/anolon-nouvelle-c ... 26139.html

Excellent set if you want something nonstick, with copper and aluminium: Image

You can read a review here: https://www.centurylife.org/product-rev ... le-copper/

Ignore this stupid reviewer. Obviously hard anodized cookware doesn't go in the dishwasher. They ruined a perfectly good set and forced Costco to accept it as a loss:
They work great and are great quality ... except that after maybe 10 washes in the dishwasher, all of the pieces lost their colors on the exterior ... The inner parts are perfect, but the exterior now looks disgusting ... will be returning these ...
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On stainless steel, the black colour is a gimmick IMO. Also makes it hard to see the colour of your food, or the fond at the bottom of the pan, or if things stick.

Also, the skillet and saute pan are both on the small side. It would have been nice to have one, say, the saute pan at 12'' rather than 10''.

I would avoid.
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Hard to tell if butter (or similar clear things) is burning if the backdrop is black. They look nice, but no thanks
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maytricks wrote: Hard to tell if butter (or similar clear things) is burning if the backdrop is black. They look nice, but no thanks
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Nikhilvoid wrote:
Ignore this stupid reviewer. Obviously hard anodized cookware doesn't go in the dishwasher. They ruined a perfectly good set and forced Costco to accept it as a loss:
If it stated on Costco page - Dishwasher safe, why not to wash? Handwash for pots is overkilling IMHO
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Yuz wrote: If it stated on Costco page - Dishwasher safe, why not to wash? Handwash for pots is overkilling IMHO
Where do you see it?

Only stainless steel pans are dishwasher friendly. Please don't put other vessels in your dishwasher.
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Nikhilvoid wrote: Those look cool, but I don't know what is different from a regular 3-ply set apart from the darker colour. I'd recommend this 3-ply instead: https://www.costco.ca/cuisinart-multicl ... 26364.html

I also just noticed this for the first time on Costco: https://www.costco.ca/anolon-nouvelle-c ... 26139.html

Excellent set if you want something nonstick, with copper and aluminium: Image

You can read a review here: https://www.centurylife.org/product-rev ... le-copper/

Ignore this stupid reviewer. Obviously hard anodized cookware doesn't go in the dishwasher. They ruined a perfectly good set and forced Costco to accept it as a loss:
That's not a 3 ply.
Cheaper cookwares have the multi layer of metal on the bottom surface only like the picture shown above, where 3,5,7...ply cookwares have those layers evenly on the entire surface, so the sidewall thickness is the same as the bottom.

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el'ation wrote: That's not a 3 ply.
Cheaper cookwares have the multi layer of metal on the bottom surface only like the picture shown above, where 3,5,7...ply cookwares have those layers evenly on the entire surface, so the sidewall thickness is the same as the bottom.

Image
Obviously. I meant the Cuisinart is 3-ply.
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anyone able to find where this set is made?
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joe77 wrote: anyone able to find where this set is made?
China. Manufacturers label it if it's made in the US or Europe.

Zwilling Sensation is made in Belgium, but probably not this one.
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FWIW, I've had the Zwilling Truclad 10-piece set plus an added ceramic pan for about four years now and it's been excellent. I don't know how closely it compares to this set, but at least I can say that Zwilling does make good 3-ply cookware.
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OakAged wrote: FWIW, I've had the Zwilling Truclad 10-piece set plus an added ceramic pan for about four years now and it's been excellent. I don't know how closely it compares to this set, but at least I can say that Zwilling does make good 3-ply cookware.
I emailed Zwilling about this set and Truclad set. See below
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Thanks for your email.

Both of your selected products – the TRUCLAD and SIGMA CLAD are 3-ply and both products have China as the country of origin

Regards,

Janice Ip | Customer Support Specialist | ZWILLING J.A. HENCKELS CANADA LTD.
(: (905) 475-2555 EX 273| *: 435 Cochrane Drive, MARKHAM ON L3R 9R5
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Nikhilvoid wrote: China. Manufacturers label it if it's made in the US or Europe.

Zwilling Sensation is made in Belgium, but probably not this one.
Most of the zwilling stuff is now made in china. Bought a set of kitchen shears that zwelling said were made in Germany only to find made in China on the packaging... also all the zwilling stuff I've seen in Costco looks like China made.
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Henckels was never known for cookware, just knives. Since cookware was never made in Germany, why start there/now? However, I did think that Zwilling labels were made in Germany but the example of shears (above), table knives and cookware proves otherwise.

Just like Le Creuset makes all their ceramic (bakeware) stuff in Thailand (or they did the last time I checked) and S/S cookware in China. Those were never made in France so why start now/then?
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