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Le Creuset Deal--Worth finding old ones

KaraM. | Jan 18, 200708:46 PM     5

A former roomate left behind a 2qt Le Creuset dutch oven with the enamel nearly burned completly off the bottom. I'm sure whoever used it didn't know it was an excellent heat conducter and just blasted the thing while cooking. I contacted Le Creuset customer service and even though the pot was found they offered to replace it and gave me %75 off a brand new one. I got to choose another color (chose cobalt, the found one was brown), and it's being delivered to my door. So total cost for a new one, plus shipping in the old one, was around $52, cheaper than anything I saw on Amazon, etc. Worth it if you happen across one somewhere at a Goodwill or something!

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