I bought a saute pan during the Le Creuset Factory-to-Table sale in mid-August, directly from the company's website. The outside of the pan looks fine, but there are plenty of needle-point sized enamel chips on the interior bottom.
Is this normal? This is my first LC pan. My cellphone's camera does not capture high quality photos and thus I can't send photos to LC. I know that they offer lifetime warranty, but the customer has to first pay for return shipping. If this were deemed normal, then I would waste quite a lot of money in shipping this item back.
The item was not listed as a second in LC's website. All advice welcomed!
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