Tramontina 8-Piece 18/10 Stainless Steel Tri-Ply Clad Cookware Set

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Tramontina 8-Piece 18/10 Stainless Steel Tri-Ply Clad Cookware Set
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  • 2 saute pans, 2 covered sauce pans and 1 covered Dutch oven
  • 18/10 stainless steel
  • Dishwasher safe
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    Tramontina's Gourmet 8-Piece 18/10 Stainless Steel Tri-Ply Clad Cookware Set is a complete collection of high-end, versatile and durable cookware in a variety of shapes. Full-clad, tri-ply clad vessel construction (18/10 stainless steel, aluminum core, magnetic stainless steel) provides optimal heat diffusion and superior performance.

    Tramontina Gourmet 8-Piece 18/10 Stainless Steel Tri-Ply Clad Cookware Set:

    • Includes:
      • 8" saute pan
      • 10" saute pan
      • 2-qt covered sauce pan
      • 3-qt covered sauce pan
      • 5-qt covered Dutch oven
    • 18/10 stainless steel
    • Tri-ply clad vessel construction (18/10 stainless steel, aluminum core, magnetic stainless steel)
    • Riveted, ergonomic stainless-steel handles provide extreme durability and comfort
    • Stainless steel lids provide ultimate durability
    • Oven-safe to 350 degrees F for warming and baking
    • Dishwasher safe
    • Lifetime warranty


    Non Stick: No
    Primary Color: Silver
    Multi Pack Indicator: No
    Battery Type: Does Not Contain a Battery
    Model No.: 80116/544
    Shipping Weight (in pounds): 19.7
    Product in Inches (L x W x H): 22.75 x 11.0 x 13.25
    Assembled in Country of Origin: Imported
    Origin of Components: Imported
    Walmart No.: 550126539

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    Customer Reviews | 542 reviews | 4.7 out of 5

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    Customer review by sweetspot

    5.0 stars by sweetspot

    Since I purchased these pots about 4 years ago, I think I have used them long enough to write an honest review. I love them. These are just as good as Caphalon or Analon (I have one pan of each) and much cheaper. I don't know why Walmart has stopped selling them in the store. They are amazing. They cook evenly and just as importantly (with the help of Bar Keepers Helper) clean up like new. The Calphalon pan I have has te anodized finish on the inside and outside and it's a pain to clean. If there's a particulary tough stain on the tramontina, I can spray a little easy off on it and the stain comes off, can't do that with the Calphalon.

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    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    So glad I switched from non-stick to tri-ply clad!

    Customer review by MsUnderstood

    5.0 stars by MsUnderstood

    I've used non-stick pans for decades, always believing that non-coated stainless pans would make food stick--it was certainly my experience any time I tried using other stainless pans like Revereware. But during this past year I started researching the health concerns with various non-stick coatings. My non-stick pans were very scratched up (despite my careful use of only plastic/wood utensils), and I needed a replacement set, not only because I was afraid of what was getting into our food, but because the pans were not cooking well anymore. My research led me to triple-ply-clad pans, All-Clad being my initial first choice, but--the price! I stumbled upon this Tramontina set here on I couldn't believe what a great price they were--unheard of for triple-clad stainless. But, would they be good quality? The positive reviews and the comparisons to All-Clad convinced me to take the risk and try them. The result? I've been so very thrilled with these pans! First of all, every one of my "sticking" worries have been put to rest. So far, nothing has stuck or burned on (I follow the directions given carefully). They've been a breeze to clean, first with a dish cloth and then I follow up with a blue scotch pad, which hasn't scratched the finish but gets off that final film of food. Every time I use them to saute, I exclaim at how these pans are just as non-stick as my non-stick pans were! Aside from that most important aspect, they are beautiful pans. So nice to look at, and very well-made. They are STURDY. They're also very heavy, which comes with being triple clad. The only "negatives" I can see are that, with the weight of the saucepans, I find that the handles, while beautiful, are too thin and don't give good leverage when trying to pour out extra liquid, etc. And the other is that neither of the saute/fry pans have lids. Neither of these "negatives" are enough that they outweigh how wonderful I think the pans are. You can buy a separate 3-qt saucepan here, too, which I did. I use it a LOT.

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    North FL
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:35 - 44
    Ownership:3 - 4 months
    Usage:Every day

    Customer review by meanmjj

    5.0 stars by meanmjj

    I am a real scrooge and did a ton of research before I purchased this set. I never saw a bad review, too good to be true? I purchased the 12 inch saute' pan to try the line, it worked perfectly. I had never used Stainless before, and I followed the directions to use a lower heat to fry. I thought it would take forever, not so, my glass top stove and this pan fell in love. I purchased the 8 piece set thinking that I would perhaps not use the small saute pan or the dutch oven. Turns out these are my favorite pieces. Browning is amazing, the fond created is lucious and the food is excellent. My only regret is that I didn't purchase the larger set in the first place, could have saved a few $$. The only thing that could be improved on the Tri Ply (wonderful!) pans is that the pots could have rolled edges, makes pouring a bit easier. You won't be sorry you purchased this set, just remember to use lower temps and you will have outstanding results like I did. MJ JOhnson

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    Stratford, WI
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:65 or older
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Usage:Every day
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    by Jess 6/22/2014
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    • A. To keep this cookware in top shape I would recommend using wooden, silicone or nylon utensils to avoid scratching the interiors.
      by Dog6294/3/2015
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    • A. These are NOT non-stick pans ... use what ever the situation calls for: wooden spoons, silicone spatulas or metal utensils.
      by 1l1ke2c00k5/3/2015
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    • A. This is a horrible set. I would not buy. If you have already ordered it, only use silicone or wooden utensils.
      by NotSoHappyCook5/3/2015
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    • A. Since this set is stainless steel, almost any type of utensil can be used with the set. We recommend that you avoid using anything with a sharp edge that would scratch the surface, but otherwise, stainless steel, wood, plastic or silicone utensils can be used with the this Tri-Ply Clad Cookware Set.
      by Customer Support Team4/3/2015
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    • A. I typically use bamboo or wood when cooking but with these pans, I would not hesitate to use my metal spatula. If you want to keep your cookware in pristine condition, you will probably only want to use wooden or rubber/silicone utensils.
      by GodLovesAll4/3/2015
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    • A. I prefer wood. Steel utensils tend to scratch the cookware. nylon would alos work, but I try to avoid using nylon utensils with warm food.
      by sptnik4/3/2015
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    • A. I use whatever utensils are handy (either metal or wood) because I don't care if it causes any light scratches. Love the cookware.
      by MsJudee4/3/2015
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    They look identical, but have different stock numbers. Are they both equal quality?
    by drwNisky 3/25/2012
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    • A. I was about to purchase the 10 piece, it was only $10 more but saw where it was the 18/8 stainless and this is the 18/10 . Some of the reviews said they sent it back because advertised 18/10 and received 18/8 but it clearly says Tri-Ply 18/8. These are better and much cheaper than the Calphlon Classic that I had intended to purchase and it was not tri ply
      by fivegrand53/9/2015
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    • A. Check out the weight under 'DETAILS" I ordered the heavier set.
      by Mao654/3/2015
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    • A. Made in two different places and one is brushed stainless inside and the other Polished.
      by tncowboy4/3/2015
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    • A. Equal quality, the more expensive set had a brushed interior finish while the other is polished.
      by Troutvalley4/3/2015
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    • A. The original Tri-Ply Clad set is manufactured in China (under Tramontina guidelines). The current Tri-Ply Clad set is now manufactured in Brazil. The newer set also has a modification in design and weight in the handle, otherwise, construction is the same...still a great product which ever you choose. Just look at bottom of product to see where it was manufactured. Try enlarging the view to get a closer look at the handles on both sets. I think this is why there is a difference in pricing and different stock numbers,,,phasing out the older product. Source of info...Tramontina! Would also like to add that the finish is a polished one, not brushed (on both sets). I own pieces made in China and have seen the Brazil (spelled B-r-a-s-i-l on items) line at Tramontina. There is a wharehouse in the US.
      by GBnTX4/3/2015
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    • A. After not receiving an answer to this question before purchasing, I ordered the "Tramontina Gourmet 8-Piece 18/10 Stainless Steel Tri-Ply Clad Cookware Set" as well as a "Tramontina 1-Qt. 18/10 Stainless Steel TriPly-Clad Covered Sauce Pan" and a "Tramontina 1.5-Qt. 18/10 Stainless Steel TriPly-Clad Covered Sauce Pan" (Note that the individual saucepans don't say "Gourmet" in the title." I actually had to go take a close look at them side-by-side to tell the difference, but the previous answer is absolutely correct. The "Gourmet" has a brushed finished interior and the non-"Gourmet" has a mirror-polished interior finish. (I never even noticed the difference when unpacking them.) I figure, as much use as I give my saucepans, that will make a difference for approximately a month. I use Cameo Aluminum & Stainless Steel Cleaner, along with a (slightly worn) green scrubby, on the insides and I doubt they'll stay "mirror polished" for long. (Which doesn't matter to me in the least.) Handle and lid styles are identical. They both claim to work on induction-style ranges. I seriously doubt anybody would even notice the difference if they didn't know what to look for.
      by JaylahP4/3/2015
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    • A. I ordered the other set a few years ago. The description on it says that it has mirror polished interior. This one does not say what the finish on it is, but on looking at the picture the saute pans appear to have brushed finish. The difference between the two would be that the mirror polished one will show scratches more easily. If this set had been available when I was looking at pans back in 2009, I would have purchased this set instead. It's not to say that the brushed finish won't scratch but that the scratches would be less visible. All-in-all either set would be very good. I would also not recommend washing with anything that would scratch the finish such as the green scrub pads or steel wool, but they are dishwasher safe so that might not be a problem for you.
      by Ltlbandito4/3/2015
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    by ethel 11/9/2013
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    • A. no, they do not have their own lids, but because the pans are tapered you can use lids from other pieces in the set(or other lids you may have) the lids do not sit on the very top rim, but they do not sit too far inside either.
      by DailyHomeChef11/22/2014
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    • A. Regretfully, the saucepans don't have lids. My ancient Revere Ware did, and I liked that feature. The lids from other pans can be placed on top, but it's not a great fit - could work if it had to.
      by Webbedtoe11/22/2014
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    • A. no lids on the sauté pans and the other lids do not fit
      by ncg3312/16/2013
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    • A. The skillets (angled sides) do not have lids. The saute pans (straight sides) do have lids. Lids are not generally interchangeable, at least among the pieces I have. The lid for the 5 qt saute pan is probably close enough to use on the 12" skillet but not a tight fit.
      by agh111/22/2014
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    • A. Good question, sorry to say but no, the lid on the dutch oven does not fit either frypan. The lids on some of the 3 and 4 quart saucepans can be used on the 8 inch frypan, but were not designed to be used that way so neither lid is a perfect fit. I did find a glass lid, from another set that fit the 10 inch frypan perfectly so you might find a lid that will work if you look around. It may take some luck, as I have found it hard to find spare lids in stores, even a cheap lid isn't that easy to find. I don't know why Walmart and many stores for that matter will not stock a few lids of different sizes. A local store had two mismatched lids from old sets that didn't fit anything they stock now and the manager was nice enough to sell them to me cheap, but that is the exception, not the rule, with mis-matched stock. Good Luck.
      by GermanCook11/22/2014
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    • A. Unfortunately these fry pans were meant to be "open" fry pans, and there aren't any lids available for them. The lids from the other pans also do not fit the set.
      by Customer Support Team11/22/2014
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