Made in America
Can’t Afford All-Clad Cookware? This Brand Is Almost as Good, and It’s Way Cheaper
Traditionally, premium cookware is pricey. But thanks to the direct-to-consumer wave washing over yet another product category, quality can be had for far less.
If you’re not willing to pay the All-Clad price, you now have options — the best being Made In. The brand is made in America, offers premium stainless steel and a tried-and-true 5-ply construction that’s made for durability and performance. The 5-ply structure — that being steel on the top and bottommost layers, aluminum layers and an aluminum alloy core — permit fast and even heating, while still being resilient to warping and degradation. If it means anything, I’ve been abusing Made In skillets at home for six months now and they still look and cook like new.
Right now, the brand is offering 10%= percent off everything in the store, with discounts increasing the larger your cart gets. Value tip: the standard stainless and non-stick skillet kit is just under the $150 price threshold for a bigger discount — add a stainless steel cleaner for $10 for some added utility and a few extra dollars off. Discount applied at checkout.
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