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Save $100 on Finex’s Heavy-Duty Cast-Iron Pot
Released last year, Finex’s first cast-iron pot is just like its cast-iron skillets: octagonal, especially heavy and sporting steel coil handles. Unlike most Dutch ovens, though, Finex’s offering isn’t coated in enamel. This means two things: you’ll have to season and treat it as you would any other cast-iron skillet, and it can get a lot hotter than enameled Dutch ovens. Enameled ovens come with temperature limits (typically 400 to 500 degrees) because the bond between iron and enamel coating can begin to craze or crack at higher temperatures.
Today on Massdrop, Finex’s $300 pot is marked down 33 percent — good for a $100 savings.
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