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Encapsulated Edged Stainless Cookware

chefwong | Aug 16, 2016 04:14 PM

In light of the recent thread, what brands of stainless steel cookware exist with encapsulate-sealed edges.

Maybe this is a moot point for cookware manuf. that are using riveted handles, as that might be a weak point to this discussion, even if the application is encapsulated edges / dishwasher friendly.

The Atlantis have had encapsulated caps forever, but not on the clad line. Their new Silver 7 lineup address that

Here is a link to a oldie but does not seem to be well availalbe
http://springusacom.siteprotect.net/p...

Forum member alexrander mentions the LC SS lineup. I'll have to see it in person as in looking at the website, it does not seem to mention it.

I love encapsulated pieces. The only cookware (aside from pot lits) that I put in my DW is my Atlantis 4QT stockpot and resto pieces, and these I hardly even do as they don't get that dirty....but since they're sealed, it affords me the luxury of being able to put them in.

My ideal set would be something along the lines of 2-3 encapsulated cladded skillets, and 1 encapsulate saute. --- I already have a 4qt Atlantis Sautes which does have a encapsulate base, but it's so dang heavy, I hardly ever grab it.

LOL. Maybe we have some manuf. lurking and this will be the new great thing in cookware, since the clad fashion has spread beyond the AC umbrealla

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