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Tramontina cookware - full price vs. Walmart

J_526 | Nov 23, 202002:49 AM     2

I've seen discussion on here in some old posts regarding how Tramontina Tri-Ply cookware sets sold at Walmart for a fraction of the price are the same exact pots and pans that Tramontina sells at full price.

The pans look the same, are given the same collection names, and even have the same level of layers. However, I've noticed that the pans for sale on the Tramontina website can withstand oven temperatures of up to 500 degrees while the supposedly same Tramontina cookware sold on Walmart's website has a maximum oven temperature of only 350 degrees, which is laughably low.

So are all the members on these messages boards wrong when they say that the cookware sold at Walmart is the exact same stuff and that they even made a phone call to Tramontina and confirmed this? Or are the specifications listed between the two websites just very conveniently incorrect?

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