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Mauviel saute

luisbravoavi76 | Feb 4, 201910:39 AM     14

Hello all, I recently bought a mauviel saute pan with lid with bronze handles the seller on ebay advertised it as being 2.5 mm thick and was selling it for 249 it was super shiny when i got it leading me to believe it was never used, however when I weighed it it only weigjed 7 pounds amd when comparing it with my prima matera, and some other appx 2mm pans it seems a bit thinner. Im not sure i want to return it as its beautiful and dont think i paid too much. The shipping was free but I dont know if 1.5 mm is all that great as most posts seem to express people favoring heavier gauge. On a ruler, although difficult to read it comes around 2mm. Anyone wanna chime in with any thoughts?

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