Originally Posted by Julio
I bought it from a cooking school / store in california. I don't own a car if not I would have go to an outlet just for the money savings :) When I made the purchase it was out of no where I think it was like 2 AM Isn't stuff from the outlet Senconds?
They sell some new and mostly seconds. However, my skillet has absolutely nothing wrong with it that I can detect. I ask them to let me look it over first before purchasing. The imperfections are usually very slight and in some cases, like mine, practically undetectable. My tea pot, however, has a bulge I don't like and I will go back to exchange it.
Like I said, they do deliver so even if you don't have a car you can order over the phone and have it delivered. I do understand those late night online purchases! I almost bought my skillet from a website online for $89 but decided to go to the outlet first and I saved about $15. doing so. You can also check out some other sites online. If you google Le Crueset a whole lot of sites will come up and you can peruse them all to find the deepest discount.