Investing in top-quality cookware can change how you cook. Not only is it more sustainable because you’ll hopefully use it for many years, but the materials are more durable. All-Clad offers premium pots and pans that you won’t want to get rid of, and while the brand has a reputation for being pricey, right now you can get many models are on sale on Amazon.
For a limited time, you can get select All-Clad cookware starting at $50, like this set of two nonstick anodized fry pans, which usually retail for $90 but is now discounted by 44 percent. With this duo, you’ll get an 8.5-inch and 10.5-inch pan. Both are compatible with gas, electric, and ceramic cooktops as well as ovens and boilers up to 500°F.
If you’re interested in a set but want a larger size, this pair of HA1 nonstick fry pans might be the way to go. Available in 10-inch and 12-inch sizes, this duo is now on sale for $70 down from $150, so you’ll save $80. Not for nothing, this is also the lowest price this combo has had in the last 30 days.
The benefit of using these pans (and the $50 set) is that they’re made of hard-anodized aluminum, which means they’ve gone through an electrolytic process to prevent natural oxidation and acidic corrosion, resulting in a more durable surface. However, if you only need one pan to add to your collection, the cult-favorite D3 stainless steel 12-inch frying pan with a lid will do the trick and is on sale for $90 off, so it costs $130 instead of the original price of $220. This pan has almost 4000 reviews and a 4.7-star rating, with reviewers boasting about how much they love it. “I love this [skillet] and for [its] ease of use and easy clean up, [I] give it [five stars],” one happy customer wrote.
We don’t know how long this sale will be going for, so if you’ve wanted to upgrade or spruce up your kitchen, now’s your chance to get premium cookware without hurting your wallet. Make sure to head to Amazon to check out all the All-Clad cookware currently on sale.
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