Liquidation deal alert! I’ve never seen prices this low before even on clearance: Made-in-Belgium Demeyere Atlantis is arguably the best stainless cookware you can buy today. The conic pieces use a 7-layer aluminum-wrapped-in-stainless design that gets thicker as you go up in size; for 2-quart conics it’s 3mm thick which is thicker than All-Clad’s 2.6mm, providing superior heat transfer. The flat-base saute and sauce pans use a 7-layer design that includes thick 2mm copper bases for even heating, wrapped in stainless steel. Both 7-layer designs have stainless layers that combine high induction response (higher energy efficiency on induction stoves) with extra-high corrosion resistance due to a chemical treatment that purifies the outermost stainless steel. A side benefit is that it makes the cooking surface slightly less sticky, too.
Years ago KitchenAid contracted Demeyere to produce a clone for them under the KitchenAid brand to sell at a higher price. This ultimately failed, since customers could just buy the original for less. So KitchenAid wound up liquidating the product, which is now being resold for less. Unfortunately they only have a few extra types for sale, but they are all being liquidated for a lot less than the equivalent Demeyere. Once these get sold out, don’t expect to be able to buy them anymore at any price.
The KitchenAid 7-ply 2-quart conic saute (sauciere shape) is $100 less than the equivalent 2.1-quart conic Demeyere Atlantis.
The KitchenAid 7-ply 3-quart saucepan is $90 less than the 3.2-quart Demeyere Atlantis.
The KitchenAid 5-quart is an even bigger bargain at $170 less than the closest-equivalent Atlantis, the Demeyere Atlantis 4.2 quart saute pan.
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