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My last All-Clad purchase was a crock rather than a stockpot

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My last All-Clad purchase was a crock rather than a stockpot

ATL_Brad | May 6, 2013 04:02 PM

I decided to take advantage of a promotion at Sur La Table and ordered an 8 qt stockpot with pasta insert for $99 (link below.) I had my doubts, but the description stated that it is tri-ply construction. Even one of the questions specifically addressed this issue and the SLT rep answered that it was tri-py up the sides (that answer has since been modified however.) Well, I recently received it and it's not tri-ply. I posted a review stating such and SLT promptly told me I was incorrect with the following, "
Because of the tri-ply construction of the stockpot's base, it can be listed as and considered as having the "tri-ply" label." The complete response can also be found on the link below. What do you think about All-Clad producing items such as this and also their response that if the disk is tri-ply, it's considered tri-ply construction?

http://www.surlatable.com/product/PRO...

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