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[The Bay] Dead 2 pack non stick frying pans by zwilling j.a. henckels

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Lush78 wrote:
Mar 11th, 2019 6:35 pm
How do these compare to the All-Clad nonstick pans? I just recently started to invest in All-Clad (12" skillet with lid and 14" wok), but I already have JA Henckel pots, utensils and knives. I wanted to get some All-Clad nonstick pans, but his seems like a great deal. Would the All-Clad pans be better? Do the All-Clad nonstick pans ever see this type of discount? Thank you in advance.
Would love to know
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James Stonehenge wrote:
Mar 11th, 2019 8:54 pm
Why do ppl say non stick lasts only 2 yrs....y'all scraping em with metal forks?
probably cause most people who know how to cook use higher heat than nonsticks should be used for, so we pay a premium for good non stick pans at the expense of shortening its lifespan
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Bought these at the last sale. Great non-stick pans for the price. I know WireCutter gave high praise for the All-Clad, but unless that's on sale, I would just get these.

Unlike stainless steel pans, non-stick pans will not last as long.
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Bought these last sale. Best non-stick pans I've used.
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Just got home from work with my 2 new all-clad pans waiting at my front door. I've never used them before, but the quality looks good. I'm very tempted to get these pans, but I "want" all-clad. Looking for $99 free shipping will be my tiping point.
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James Stonehenge wrote:
Mar 11th, 2019 9:46 pm
Is this the same as that other amazon all clad deal that was posted?
I started that last thread. It was for the 12" stainless steel frying pan with lid (SKU 41126).

I also scored the All-Clad 14" stainless steel stir fry/wok (4414) on an Amazon warehouse deal for $145. The comment only mentioned damaged packaging, which wasn't bad and the pan inside was mint and unused.
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Have we determined if these are induction compatible? I have seen one model state that they are, but can’t find definitive details on the set on sale.
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Great non stick pans, bought them about 2 years ago, still going good. The are not high temp pans as any with non stick coating. Better not to use to sear steak :)
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omegas_decree wrote:
Mar 11th, 2019 9:59 pm
Have we determined if these are induction compatible? I have seen one model state that they are, but can’t find definitive details on the set on sale.
EDIT: Scratch that. I have a different set than the one posted.
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Lush78 wrote:
Mar 11th, 2019 9:45 pm
Just got home from work with my 2 new all-clad pans waiting at my front door. I've never used them before, but the quality looks good. I'm very tempted to get these pans, but I "want" all-clad. Looking for $99 free shipping will be my tiping point.
Do let us know how they fare. I am thinking of getting them as they are on sale at The Bay for $70. I mostly want them so I can chuck lightly seared lamb steaks in the oven for cooking. The Zwillings are only rated for 300F - which makes them unusable for the oven. But the All-Clad apparently can go all the way up to 450F (last I remember when I saw them in the store).
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Masernaut wrote:
Mar 11th, 2019 10:26 pm
Do let us know how they fare. I am thinking of getting them as they are on sale at The Bay for $70. I mostly want them so I can chuck lightly seared lamb steaks in the oven for cooking. The Zwillings are only rated for 300F - which makes them unusable for the oven. But the All-Clad apparently can go all the way up to 450F (last I remember when I saw them in the store).
all clad ones can go up to 500 F in the oven. I am torn between zwilling or all clad as well. Recently got the All clad 12" SS skillet so all clad non stick will nicely compliment the skillet.
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The prices are similar. Go with the All-Clad. If I was shopping around now, I would definitely have bought the All-Clad. But back in December, the Zwillings were ~$50 cheaper.

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