All-Clad Stainless Steel French Skillets 2 Pack Only $99.95 Shipped (Regularly $250)

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For a limited time, hop on over to WilliamsSonoma.com where you can score this All-Clad d5 Stainless Steel Set of French Skillets for just $99.95 shipped (regularly $250).

This 2-piece set includes a 9-inch and 11-inch skillet. They are oven-safe and broiler-safe up to 600 degrees, as well as dishwasher-safe! They are made of five layers of aluminum and heat-diffusing stainless steel which allows them to heat food slowly and evenly. Even better, it has a limited lifetime warranty!

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  1. cristine

    Is this just a really good brand? Anyone use these?

    • M S

      All Clad is considered a higher-end brand of cookware. If you can afford them, or build a collection slowly over time, then do it. They are excellent.

    • debbie

      I got my first set of stainless steel All-Clad in 2000 and we love them. It has a lifetime warranty. Hth!

  2. Hvmom

    All-clad is very top of the line. I have slowly been picking up pieces and my kitchen is nearly exclusively all-clad now.

    My most favorite pieces are 10 and 12” non stick set I picked up on amazon In February for $59.99! I have a camel camel camel price alert so I can buy for my sons if the price ever drops again. Hope this helps.

  3. Sheila

    Love my All clad sauce pans, stockpot and measuring cups and spoons. When it comes to skillets stainless is not my thing. A few good non stick and cast irons and your good to go.

  4. Sweetlady

    Is this the best price I can get this all clad for??

    • Claudia

      I shop their sales often and this is what I have noticed. Sign up for their emails, they tell you what will be on sale around holidays( July 4th will be the next) and they also usually include promo codes for 20% or 25% off on top of the sale price. All-Clad is usually included but LeCreuset is not. Sometimes shipping is included, sometimes not so keep and eye out of that as well. I got this exact set for 79.95 to replace the previous one that my hub warped.

  5. emulvey2001

    I love to cook & a few years ago, my old cookware needed replacement. I wanted tri-ply stainless (which All-Clad is), but the cost made me choke. I checked Cooks Illustrated and they recommended Tramontina as a very close second place to All-Clad & a fraction of the cost. That is what I ended up with and have been really happy with it. I bought my pieces from Walmart online. HTH someone!

  6. TinaH

    $149.95 now. 🙁

    • Amber (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      DARN! Thanks for letting us know!

  7. 50ShadesofLipstick

    All-Clad is HANDS DOWN the best stainless steel cookware on the market. Cuisinart MultiClad Pro and Tramontina Tri Ply are good too, but still don’t hold a candle to All-Clad’s workmanship and warranty. I buy mine on sale from Macy’s and have also purchased several pieces for a steep discount from Bon-Ton too. HTH!

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