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The All-Clad d7 12 inch skillet (I review it here) is on sale right for only a little more than the All-Clad Stainless 12 inch skillet ($120), but d7 is much better. Unfortunately, the 10-inch version is not on sale.
If you were looking for a high-performance blender like a Vitamix or Blendtec, consider the Oster Versa 1400W blender instead. It performs very similarly, has a 7 year warranty, and is on sale for ~$160 (normally $200+). Also a good deal is the refurbished Blendtec at ~$200.
(Just released!) best sub-$100 induction cooker:
The DUXTOP 1800-Watt Portable Induction Cooktop Countertop Burner 9600LS (I reviewed it here) at $99 is the best value in its price range, with unusual features like 20 power levels (compared to 10 or fewer with other units) and a 10-hour timer (you can use it as a slow cooker without cluttering up your kitchen with an actual slow cooker). If you were curious about induction cooking and wanted to experiment with a cheap but fully-featured model, this is the unit to get. If you want to learn more about portable induction cooking in general, including other models to consider, and reasons why induction can be so useful (e.g., have an induction cooker target a simmering temperature and X minutes, so you can walk away with no risk of boilover; or steam dinner for Y minutes and then turn itself off so it won’t boil dry), then have a look at my guide to portable induction cooker and induction-compatible cookware.
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