The all-inclusive cooker is here Highly recommended by WIRED critics and culinary experts. The company’s pots, pans and other kitchenware are primarily made of stainless steel, which is durable and reliable. Considering the lifetime warranty that applies to most of the lineup, it’s easy to see why people think the investment is worth it.
This investment is usually quite large, but now, all-inclusive factory second sale offers up to 50% off a variety of imperfect (but still valid!) cookware. This event only happens a few times a year. The deals are expected to run through July 13 — just like Amazon Prime Day and its many competing sales.
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What are factory seconds?
Factory Seconds Sale is run by Home and Cook Sales, an authorized reseller of All-Clad and several other cookware brands. Items in this sale are items with (usually) minor imperfections, such as scuffs on pans, misaligned name stamps, or in some cases, just a dented box. Each product on the website has detailed information about the defect.
While imperfections may vary, merchants say all cookware will perform as expected. If anything goes wrong, nearly all All-Clad Factory Seconds products are still backed by the All-Clad Limited Lifetime Warranty. (Warranties vary slightly for electrical products. Check individual product pages for details.) I’ve personally used over a dozen Factory Seconds pots and pans, and they work exactly as advertised. Remember, all sales are final.
Factory seconds deals
Below, we’ve highlighted notable discounts in the wider sale. Please note that the “before” prices are for reference only and are subject to new products. Check out our related buying guides, including Best Chef’s Knives and Best Multicookers, for more tips and advice.
This pan lives up to its name. We recommend the only pots and pans you need in your kitchen in our guide. Its shape allows frying, frying, seasoning, and even baking. It is oven and dishwasher safe. The listing says this pan is second quality (which means a physical defect). Package damage in a smaller size for the same price.
My family grills a lot and this pan has been a staple since it first arrived. The bottom has small holes to evenly grill or smoke delicate or finicky items such as asparagus, fruit or fish. I love the handle, it’s big enough that I can fit the basket inside without worrying about spills or burns. The listing states that the packaging is damaged.
Every All-Clad skillet I’ve tried is shallower and wider than other brands. Uniquely shaped with a gentle arc on the sides, it’s easy to stir pan sauces or flip food with a spatula. If you’re not sure, the 8″ size linked here is a good option. The second quality is noted on the listing, so there is some kind of physical flaw.
Electric countertop bakeware is an abomination in my opinion. They take up so much space! All so that we can make pancakes in large batches? enough. Pop this square baking pan on your stovetop and it does the same thing as the electric version of the behemoth that currently occupies an entire cabinet shelf. In addition to pancakes, griddles like this are great for grilled cheese sandwiches. The listing states that the packaging is damaged.