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23 reviews | 4.1 out of 5
In very small print on a small label on the front of the pot it informs you that it can't be used on a glass stove top. I bought this online, and nowhere online does it mention this.
This pot cannot be used on stove tops made o glass because they have a thin bottom.
After making a large pot of soup, we discovered that the enamel on the bottom of the Granite Wear Stock Pot had melted onto the burner of our electric range. After pouring out the soup into another container, we saw that enamel melted on the inside of the pot, too. We had to throw away our soup, the burner, and the pot, because Granite Wear's Stock Pot failed miserably...
i bought this same pot about a year ago only in blue and for $11 when my family and i went camping to sequoia national park this works great the only thing is when you cook over an open fire the whole pot except the lid gets black with all the smoke and your hands get dirty when you lift it but its no big deal when you wash it use some ajax and it looks as good as new we took it with us again when we went camping last weekend its still a great product
Good stock pot-its thin though-That's not bad-things heat and boil quicker-however, its too thin for heavy stews that have to simmer for hours.
Loved this pot price was good and very good quality.
I needed a pot deep enough to sterilize two quart canning jars, which it did but barely with the requisite 2" of water over the top of the Ball jar. There was oversplash during the 10 minutes of a rolling boil, but I wrapped a kitchen towel above the handles to catch the splashes and got the job done. This pot is very light so I don't think I'd want to cook something that would scorch easily, but I do appreciate the glass over steel construction for cleaner cooking. Made in Mexico for an American company.
This was the perfect size I needed and the price was much less than I have seen before.
The large 12-quart stock pot with lid makes cooking for a household so easy. The stock pot is big enough to cook double and triple recipes and have leftovers. And, we love leftovers.
Nice size stock pot. I would recommend this product.
I have other sizes of thi pot and they're allgood
I needed a big pot to cook pasta. This one is too big for what I needed, but the price was hard to resist. I am making it work for me.
handy size for family cooking
I am a contributing editor for an off-road magazine and the founder of Jeep Expeditions. Over the years I have looked at, reviewed, used and abused all kinds of camping and cooking gear. Many of these reviews end up in a magazine or on the Jeep Expeditions web site gear section. Graniteware is quality made and perfect for the abuse it gets in the back of a trail Jeep, boiling a pot of water for cooking/clean up or steaming that couple of pounds of fresh shrimp at your sea side base camp.
I returned the stock pot I purchased on line. I love the pot but I prefer one that is "short and fat" rather than tall . The 21 quart style is what I prefer,but is way to big!
I needed a larger stock pot.
Very well made at a good price. Only problem was i realized I needed a bigger one. They exchanged it with no problem.
Decent pot for the low price. This pot is very fragile though so it's not something I use often. The pot chips very easily with movement. However, it does what it's supposed to do.