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Old 02-04-2008, 09:31 PM   #31
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The Tramontina products made in Brazil are very highly considered in South America. You are probably very lucky to find pieces that cheap since their currency has been climbing up on the Dollar for most of last year. They will eventually go up in price.

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Old 02-07-2008, 09:37 PM   #32
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The Kirkland Brand I've seen in Costco is not clad. Rather, it has a multi-layer disk on the bottom. That's not an awful thing, just not the same construction as All-Clad (except fot the Emerilware line).

I believe Costco also has offered (and maybe still does) an anodized aluminum line of cookware. It would be on a par with other premium brands.

Years ago, I bought a set of Kirkland clad SS cookware and it has been outstanding! I haven't seen another clad SS set there since then.

i bought 2 sets of tri-ply SST set from sam's club that i believe is actually tramontina; one for myself, and one for mom.

i haven't seen tri-ply sets in sam's or costco in a very, very long time... glad i purchased them when i did.

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Old 02-07-2008, 10:49 PM   #33
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Tramontina three-ply clad ss is available at Wal*Mart, Sam's, and Costco right now under various private labels.

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