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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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

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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
Walmart No.: 550126539

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Rated 4.8 out of 5★by 502reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5★by Love these pots 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. 02/27/2008
Rated 5 out of 5★by So glad I switched from non-stick to tri-ply clad! 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. 11/26/2008
Rated 5 out of 5★by Excellent Cookware This set is incorrectly described! Mine arrived with a 1.5qt saucepan instead of the 1qt, and the 6qt dutch oven instead of the 5qt. Both of these were pleasant surprises! All the pans passed the magnet test and the box stated that they were all induction cooker compatible. Also note that the lid from the dutch oven fits the 10 inch saute pan and if you buy the 4qt saucepan, the lid from that also fits the 8 inch saute pan. All the pans are made in China and NSF certified. The finish and construction is excellent. There are no hot spots in the corners like there were with my old disk bottomed pans and so far cleaning them has been a breeze. These pan are gorgeous to look at and work great. Highly recommended! 01/14/2010
Rated 5 out of 5★by Superb cookware I have been reading glowing reviews about Tramontina Tri-Ply Clad cookware at a number of different online forums over the past year, and now that I own some myself, I concur wholeheartedly. The cookware performs every bit as well as other reviewers have indicated--there's really nothing I can do to improve on their various comments.One reviewer at this site complained the size of the saucepans and the Dutch oven. I disagree: ANY pan's utility is dependent upon the needs of the household in which it is used. I find the 1-quart saucepan to be perfect for preparing a single serving of hot cereal (I do not like the instant varieties). Or rice. Or any other food that is not well suited to microwave preparation. As for the Dutch oven, it's a fairly standard size and enables the set to provide good flexibility in the preparation of various quantities of food. And yes, a decent amount of pasta CAN be prepared in it.I suspect that the aforementioned reviewer might have done well to have familiarized himself with the dimensions of various saucepan sizes BEFORE ordering. It is clearly stated that the set contains a 1-quart and a 2-quart saucepan, so their respective sizes should not have been a surprise or a disappointment to him.I LOVE my Tramontina Tri-Ply set. I already owned the 12" sauté pan before I bought the set, and plan to purchase a 3-quart suacepan and several other pieces in the near future.(I just wish Walmart carried ALL the other pieces I'd like to have, because Walmart's prices are BY FAR the lowest for the items it does carry!) 11/30/2008
Rated 5 out of 5★by OUTSTANDING BUY 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 07/04/2010
Rated 5 out of 5★by Incredible Value I've owned this set approx. 3 years, so have really had time to use and reflect on this product. I bought the set based on the reviews from Cooks Magazine, and here at is quality cookware and performs beautifully. My only complaint is that the handles seem small, or not well balanced for this rather hefty set of cookware, which makes lifting a little awkward sometimes when pans are full, because of my arthritic hands.To those who complain about it staining and being hard to clean, all you need to do is use a little Bar Keepers Friend (best product for cleaning all sorts of things I might add) and they will clean up beautifully. I use the pink Scotch Bright delicate care sponges with a little "BKF" and they still look like new. Also, no need to use highest heat which can cause scorching in the first place, as the heat conduction on these is amazing!I have since bought additional pieces to add to the set and am sure this will be the last set I will ever need to buy. 01/01/2014
Rated 5 out of 5★by Nobody ever said that a Ferrari was a good value Preface: I cook professionally, as a personal chef and for my family. I spend an average of 15 hours a week in my kitchen too. So ya, I’m pretty into cooking. So I received my Tramontina 4 quart casserole yesterday. The pan is very high quality, rivets in the handles inside and out compare to All Clad (AC). But that’s really where the similarities stop. After using and inspecting the pan id still say it was an excellent value, but is still not in the same league as AC. People may want this to be true, but it is not. I own two AC stainless steel pans (12” skillet and 4 quart saucepan in 5D). These two pans cost over $400! I used my micrometer to measure the thickness of both brands. The pans surface thickness of AC is exactly twice as thick the Tra. Interestingly the thickness of the two SS AC pans were the same despite coming from two different lines ( SS and D5). Despite this fact, AC is still not a very good value. My 4 quart D5 sauce pan cost almost $250 compared to the 4 quart Tra. for $45. I liken the difference to this metaphor, AC is a Ferrari and Tra is a Corvette. Nobody ever said that a Ferrari was a good value but if you want the best sports car man can build and have the $, then there you go. SO, IMO for MOST cooks, the Tra. Is all they will ever need and will likely be please, but if you ever want to drive a Ferrari pan look for the AC. 02/19/2010
Rated 4 out of 5★by Good steel but... This set of cookware is made of very good quality heavy duty stainless steel and I'm very pleased with the quality of the metal. But unfortunately there are several design flaws with this set. Most annoying is that the handles, while solid, are a bit too thin which makes it difficult to hold the pots sideways when pouring or washing. This is especially noticeable on the heavier 3 quart pot. A second problem is that the lips of the pots are straight which can cause dribbling when pouring. This seems worst on the 5 quart dutch oven. And one last inconvenience is that the lids of the pots do not fit on the frying pans. These are all simple design issues so hopefully Tramontina will pay attention and correct them in a future version. 10/29/2010
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