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Old 04-29-2009, 04:44 AM   #21
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Originally Posted by Fisher's Mom View Post
I can hear your frustration with your Calphalon pan and I actually think you got a defective one. I have mainly Calphalon SS pans and skillets and I have had no problems with them. I know I have used them under high heat also but I haven't had any warping. If I were you, I'd send it back to Calphalon anyway, since you've already paid for it and it's not useable. Or try to return it to a Calphalon store. That said, I have a wonderful All-Clad French skillet that I love! I bought the 13" size and I use it a couple of times a week. I've also heard good things about the upper end Tramontina SS, but I have no personal experience. HTH

Like most of them said i will definitely bring it back too the concern of calphalon and get something good quality in return. yah Amazon.com also is a great site to look for top quality stuff you might also like to tried sometime.

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