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Cookware

Anyone from New Zealand here by any chance?

mkqq | Jan 10, 202211:18 AM     1

I'm wondering where to buy good quality stainless cookware in New Zealand for reasonable prices? Brands like Demeyere & AllClad cost more than double of European/American prices, I guess because of the importing costs.

My parents in NZ said today they are interested to try something other than non-stick but I can only see one store selling Demeyere and it only has a very limited range. They don't stock the Industry, and a Proline 7 28cm costs about $440 NZD, which is about 264 Euros!

A Le Creuset Dutch Oven 28cm in NZ costs about 400 Euros. Here I can pick it up for 200 Euros. Crazy!

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