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All-clad Fusiontec - Made in Germany carbon steel enameled cookware

ceasar2k6 | Jun 23, 202101:44 PM     2

I got these as a gift and just opened them up and have not used, but my initial impressions is well built, relatively heavy (similar to D5, but actually it's carbon steel, I believe), and have nice ceramic coating. If I was guessing, this might be their answer to staub/le creuset. Most interesting to me (after all, performance will take time to evaluate) is made in germany mask. I guess it's made by WMF, which is owned by their parent... but the question is, is it worth the premium, since it's not pure carbon steel (which is 1/3rd of this price), which has benefit of being relatively non-stick when it's seasoned.

Anyone else has it yet?

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