MasterClass Induction-Safe Stainless Steel Stock Pot with Lid, 8.5 Litre

December 9, 2018 - Comment

This Stainless Steel Master Class 8.5 Litre stockpot is ideal for cooking stews, soups and casseroles on all types of cooker tops. A stylish stainless steel design manufactured to the highest quality mirrored polished stainless steel, the pot has an encapsulated base with a rolled edge and side handles for easy gripping.Dishwasher Safe.Suitable for all

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This Stainless Steel Master Class 8.5 Litre stockpot is ideal for cooking stews, soups and casseroles on all types of cooker tops. A stylish stainless steel design manufactured to the highest quality mirrored polished stainless steel, the pot has an encapsulated base with a rolled edge and side handles for easy gripping.Dishwasher Safe.Suitable for all cooker tops including induction, solid fuel for Aga/Rayburn. 25 year guarantee.

Product Features

  • High-quality stainless steel 8.5 L stockpot and lid – suitable for all cooker tops, including induction, solid fuel and AGA / Rayburn
  • Deep design makes it ideal for making stews, soups and casseroles – it’s even large enough to hold a small whole chicken or ham
  • Encapsulated base conducts heat evenly for perfect cooking, while sturdy side handles make it easy to carry
  • Dishwasher safe
  • More sizes available from the MasterClass collection – all with a 25 year guarantee

Comments

Anonymous says:

Alright Had this for about a month now. It’s larger than expected, but certainly as described. About a third cheaper than my first choice, too.I use it for soups and such, once or twice a week. It comes with a 20-year guarantee, if I remember correctly. But for the peel-off see-through sticker on it, you wouldn’t know it comes with a guarantee, which is odd.It looks and feels like a regular stockpot, large and heavy, with a reinforced base. The handles and the knob heat up on the…

Anonymous says:

Well, well worth the 5 stars… This is an awesome piece of kitchenware! It arrived speedily, and I was so excited to get it. I put it thro the dishwasher a couple of times (because the manual recommended washing it first. Used it now several times, and I’ve never looked back. One of the best buys ever…The manual said that the handles may get hot, and so to use gloves. However, I’ve made several beef, chicken and pork etc. stews now, and I like to cook my stews slow, real slow; kinda like 2 to 3 hours before…

Anonymous says:

Great at first but then really disappointing Really disappointed. After reading all the great reviews for this stockpot I thought I’d found the one! Unfortunately not. After using it a few times to cook soup in I noticed that the bottom layer of food had started to burn at the bottom of the pan. At first this wasn’t too bad and could be soaked off but then a burnt taste started to permeate the cooking, so much so that the other day I made a stew and it was inedible because there was so much burnt stuff at the bottom of the pan. If you’re…

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