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Great marketing gimmick for All Clad. Unlike the previously purchased American made cookware we have from them, this "specially price" 12 skillet is lighter by far, has no helper handle as the others, and is made in China rather than the USA. We don't necessarily need everything we buy to be US made, but when a company suddenly runs a "special" and it is inferior and made in China, we spent $90 on this when we could have bought equal or better quality Calphalon or Tramontina for less. This pan would have been a good deal at $39, not $89.119 of 122 users found this helpful. Was it helpful to you? Yes | No Report Violation »
SS Fry Pan by All-Clad
Since receiving my pan i have concluded that All-Clad must make various levels of quality. I had always thought of All-Clad as a premium, top of the line, brand. I find this fry pan to be lighter than i expected and, therefore, it doesn't heat as evenly as i had expected. I will use it; in fact, i made a nice frittata in it last night and got even enough heat to do a good job on that. If i could do it over, i would spend more time comparing other pans, in actual stores, and would have even been willing to pay a little more if i found one i thought would be more satisfactory.
I am formerly a professional cook; most times i cook for 2, other times for up to 600. I cook almost everyday.
Not the real deal
I thought I was getting a real bargin when I ordered this skillet. Turns out, it is a down version of the one that All Clad sells at retail outlets like Williams Sonoma. While it does have the "All Clad" moniker stamped on the underside of the handle, when you set this pan beside the one from the retail store, there is a huge difference. The lid is different and the weight is much different. It is still a good pan, but don't think you are getting the real deal at this price because you're not.63 of 66 users found this helpful. Was it helpful to you? Yes | No Report Violation »
What a change years make
Got all-clad at our wedding 17 years ago. Wanted a second 12-in with growing kids. When I got this pan I was SHOCKED at the difference right out of the box. The new one cooks faster, burns easier and is not made with the same quality as days of old. When cooking the same thing side-by side on the stove, cook times and temperatures are different. If your new to All-clad, I suppose you won't know the difference. If you have All-clad you will be disappointed.53 of 54 users found this helpful. Was it helpful to you? Yes | No Report Violation »
I was very happy with the value I received for the pan, and was anxious to use it, as it is a big upgrade in the pan drawer. Somehow the stainless steel, picked up a stain, and discolored the inside. Kathi of Product Review asked me if I wanted to return it, I agreed, and it was taken care of efficiently and quickly. They made a loyal customer.28 of 40 users found this helpful. Was it helpful to you? Yes | No Report Violation »
small cooking area for the size of the pan
This is a 12-inch skillet and it has the cooking area of a 10-inch skillet.14 of 21 users found this helpful. Was it helpful to you? Yes | No Report Violation »
a little to light to suit me,
The pan cooked well, but isn't as heavy as the other All Clad products I've ordered, otherwise I liked it just fine, however, I prefer the LTD line to this pan, and I don't think this pan, is as well made as the saute, and stir fry 12" stainless pan I ordered previously.13 of 14 users found this helpful. Was it helpful to you? Yes | No Report Violation »
It'll do the trick
I have a lot of All Clad and have had them for over 20 years. The pan should do the trick for what I need and I got it on sale. My only complaint would be the lid, which seems to have a loose fit. While I am on the lid, is it really necessary to outsource manufacturing the lid to a foreign country? What we don't know how to make a lid here anymore? One of the reasons I buy All Clad is to support a company that manufactures and employs people here- not in another hemisphere.13 of 16 users found this helpful. Was it helpful to you? Yes | No Report Violation »
a little disappointed
Cooks Illustrated rated this pan as THE pan to have. But this item is significantly lighter than the 12" pan they rated... That explains why it seemed like such a great deal...Still a good pan but not the great deal I thought it was.13 of 14 users found this helpful. Was it helpful to you? Yes | No Report Violation »
Good fry pan for the money
I recently purchased this 12" fry pan. I have used it 3-4 times & it cooks well. My only complaint would be is how the finish looks after even the first washing. It has not maintained it's new finish. I use Bar Keeper's friend as I do on my other stainless steel cookware. I did not know there were different grades of All Clad. I would say this must not be the TOL. I understand the TOL has the long handle & a small handle too. I wish I had researched it more. It is a nice pan tho.
When I saw this pan on sale, I grabbed it. The heat conduction is the best, so the buffalo (bison) shell steaks I made came out perfectly! I usually would grill meat, but had to put this pan to the test. I didn't deglaze the pan and left it on the stove through dinner (and a move!). I poured water to cover the stuck on mess, let it come to a boil, and the pan cleaned like a non-stick---it is beautiful and shiny like new. This will allow me to throw out some non-stick pans. I have several All-Clad pots and pan and this 12-inch with its INCLUDED lid is the perfect size for so many dishes. Get one while you can---you'll never be sorry and it'll last you for a lifetime!11 of 12 users found this helpful. Was it helpful to you? Yes | No Report Violation »
I was surprised at how bad it discolored.
I know All Clad is good stuff but my pork chops sure did stick badly and clean up was horrible. It also left a lot of discoloration inside the pan after clean up. I'm not so sure it is worth the extra money. I will try with something else.11 of 13 users found this helpful. Was it helpful to you? Yes | No Report Violation »
This fry pan was definitely not what I expected. It was very over-priced and flimsy. I would not recommend it.11 of 12 users found this helpful. Was it helpful to you? Yes | No Report Violation »
12" allclad ss fry pan
the 12" size is a little mis stated, the opening and the lid are 12" but the cooking surface is only 9.5". I own an allclad SS saucepan which was the reason for my purchase. The saucepan is much heavier and more substantial then this skillet, apparently allclad has different grades of cookware. Anyway it is a servicable pan and the lid is a welcome addition. It is worth the 89.00 price but not much more.10 of 11 users found this helpful. Was it helpful to you? Yes | No Report Violation »
All-Clad 12 in. Fry Pan with Lid
I agree with Sandra's reviews. I had same issues with sticking and discoloration. I have been using a stainless steel scrub to get shine back. I also thought, considering price and All-Clad's reputation that the skillet would be heavier. Despite the above, it is still a good value if you get the sale price.10 of 13 users found this helpful. Was it helpful to you? Yes | No Report Violation »
I bought an Allclad 12 inch pan with lid. I am pleased with the product and the price I paid for it . And it was delivered very quickly.
All-Clad 12-in. Fry Pan
It is a average pan, after use one time, the bottom shine turned dull and never looks near perfect as the product described that easy to clean and stays shine.
For it's quality it is over priced.
Everything I have cooked in this pan has stuck. I've used low heat, high heat, oil, olive oil and it all stuck to the bottom of the pan. The handle is so narrow next to the pan that you can't balance the pan when you pick it up. It was a challange to clean. This pan is going back. I have heard sooo much about All Clad and am very disappointed, I love Food Network and have watched the chefs use stainless cookware for many of there receipes, from stovetop to oven that is what I had hoped to do. Not happening. Bee L.8 of 10 users found this helpful. Was it helpful to you? Yes | No Report Violation »
Fry pan is a misnomer.
Yes, you can fry in this pan. And it does a great job. You can also saute, braise, bake... This is a versatile pan, good for any type meat, but also as a substitute for many specialty pans. Ideal for frying soft crabs, chicken, etc., but also for doing smothered dishes. Sorry I waited so long to buy it.7 of 10 users found this helpful. Was it helpful to you? Yes | No Report Violation »
12in All-Clad Fry Pan
I am satisfied with the pan. Seems to heat evenly, but could have a thicker base.6 of 6 users found this helpful. Was it helpful to you? Yes | No Report Violation »