The Tramontina 18/10 Stainless-Steel Tri-Ply Clad Cookware Set is a complete collection of high-end, versatile and durable cookware in a variety of shapes. Full-clad, tri-ply clad vessel construction (18/10 stainless steel, aluminum core, magnetic stainless steel) provides optimal heat diffusion and superior performance. This 8-piece cookware set also features riveted ergonomic stainless-steel handles that provide extreme durability and comfort. This set is conveniently dishwasher safe and oven safe up to 350 degrees for warming and baking. It includes an 8″ saute pan, 10″ saute pan, 2 qt covered sauce pan, 3 qt covered sauce pan and 5 qt covered dutch oven
Tramontina Gourmet 8-Piece 18/10 Stainless Steel Tri-Ply Clad Cookware Set:
- Tramontina cookware set includes:
- 8″ saute pan
- 10″ saute pan
- 2-qt covered sauce pan
- 3-qt covered sauce pan
- 5-qt covered Dutch oven
- 18/10 stainless steel
- Tri-ply clad vessel construction (18/10 stainless steel, aluminum core, magnetic stainless steel)
- Riveted, ergonomic stainless-steel handles provide extreme durability and comfort
- Stainless-steel lids provide ultimate durability
- Oven-safe to 350 degrees F for warming and baking
- Dishwasher safe
- Lifetime warranty
- Since I purchased these pots about 4 years ago, I think I have used them long enough to write an honest review. I love them. These are just as good as Caphalon or Analon (I have one pan of each) and much cheaper. I don’t know why Walmart has stopped selling them in the store. They are amazing. They cook evenly and just as importantly (with the help of Bar Keepers Helper) clean up like new. The Calphalon pan I have has te anodized finish on the inside and outside and it’s a pain to clean. If there’s a particulary tough stain on the tramontina, I can spray a little easy off on it and the stain comes off, can’t do that with the Calphalon.
- I am a real scrooge and did a ton of research before I purchased this set. I never saw a bad review, too good to be true? I purchased the 12 inch saute’ pan to try the line, it worked perfectly. I had never used Stainless before, and I followed the directions to use a lower heat to fry. I thought it would take forever, not so, my glass top stove and this pan fell in love. I purchased the 8 piece set thinking that I would perhaps not use the small saute pan or the dutch oven. Turns out these are my favorite pieces. Browning is amazing, the fond created is lucious and the food is excellent. My only regret is that I didn’t purchase the larger set in the first place, could have saved a few $$. The only thing that could be improved on the Tri Ply (wonderful!) pans is that the pots could have rolled edges, makes pouring a bit easier. You won’t be sorry you purchased this set, just remember to use lower temps and you will have outstanding results like I did. MJ JOhnson
- My old pan I loved separated layers of the cooking core on the bottom. When i researched pans this was a recommended buy from Cooks Illustrated. I did not need nor wanted to pay for a set meant to last a lifetime at this stage of the game. I have used this on the stove and on my induction cooktop with excellent results. In the bustle of Thanksgiving preparations I turned on the burner of an empty pan briefly and it not seem to hurt it. I liked the sizes since I have an odd mixture of old cookware.
- Tramontina Tri-Ply Cookware is rated up there with All-Clad for superior quality cookware. It’s less than half the price by far. I’ve cooked with it for years. No hot spots, even heat, great cooking surface for searing. Soak it overnight and it cleans up brilliantly. Use Barkeeps Friend for Cookware to keep it looking like new. I recommend this to anyone who wants professional results with their cookware for a phenomenal price.
- These Tramontina pots & pans are well made and durable. They are not from the gourmet collection which cost a bit more and are made in China instead of Brazil, but are nonetheless of the same quality and honestly i prefer the covers of these pans compare to the gourmet collection ones. I wish they had a 6 or 8 quarts dutch oven or casserole from this collection because it would be larger in width.
- SO far so good. Easy clean up cooking on med heat seems to be pretty even. Let a little water sit in the pan after it cools makes for easy clean up. Plan to be my last set of pans. I use plastic and wood on them and works well. I needed a set that wasn’t going to be to heavy to lift and move around do to physical disabilities and I think I made a great choice. A little heavy for me, but to go with a lighter pan I think I would loose the quality. Wish I could have been able to handle a heavier pan I would have liked their next set up with the copper. Took me over a year to finally make a decision and I am glad I did because we found these in out searching.
- This is the third set of this cookware I have purchased from Walmart. I have a set, and also give them as housewarming gifts. These pots and pans are NOT the usual cookware with a heat distribution disc welded to the bottom! They are true three-ply construction so that the pan heats evenly. A few years ago a major food/cooking magazine tested and rated this cookware an excellent buy, close in performance to “premium” Tri-Ply pans selling for very much higher prices. Handles are rigidly attached, saucepans and pots can go into the oven (handles are stainless), and cleanup is a breeze. Highly recommended.
- The best set of pots and pans for the money, that is, BEFORE they changed the skillet design. The cooking surface area of the skillet is dramatically smaller than the previous version. This is due to a steeper outer edge in the original design vs the newer one. Booooo.