Calphalon Premier Space Saving Nonstick Supper Club Set, 2032932, Black, 5-Piece
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- Flat tempered glass covers save space | Stainless steel handles stay cool while cooking
- Package dimensions – 18" W x 31.25" L x 8" H | Package weight – 23.19 lbs.
- Dishwasher safe (use detergent without bleach or citrus additives)
- Stacks smaller and nests in any order, saving up to 30% more space | Durable construction: hard anodized aluminum and metal utensil safe nonstick
- Includes: 10" Diameter Stack (4qt Chef's Pan, 8qt Stock Pot with cover) and 12" Diameter Stack (5 quart Sauteuse with cover)
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From the manufacturer
Superior Cookware Built to Last
Calphalon Premier Hard-Anodized Nonstick Cookware delivers a longer-lasting, superior nonstick performance—40% longer than Calphalon Classic—for effortless food release, so you can cook and serve even the most delicate food with ease. The durable, 3-layer nonstick interior is tough enough to withstand metal utensils, and the hard-anodized exterior is dishwasher-safe for easy cleanup. Unlock your culinary genius with Calphalon Premier, and experience superior cookware that's built to last.
Why Choose Calphalon Premier Nonstick Cookware?
The more nonstick layers, the better. Each additional layer provides improved durability and ensures superior nonstick performance.
Calphalon Premier Nonstick Cookware features 3 nonstick layers which create a durable, longer-lasting nonstick surface that is metal-utensil-safe.
Calphalon Premier Space-Saving Hard-Anodized Nonstick Cookware
Save Space in the Kitchen
Calphalon Premier Space-Saving Hard-Anodized Nonstick Cookware is designed for stacking and nesting in any order to save 30% more space.* Easily organize cabinets with flat lids that allow pots and pans to stack smaller, freeing up precious cabinet space.
*Average space saved vs. like non-stacking Calphalon cookware items.
- Save more space
- Pots and pans stack in any order provided cookware are the same diameter
- Durable, nonstick hard-anodized aluminum
- Flat tempered glass lids (select items)
- Oven-safe up to 450 degrees F
Space-Saving Cookware Built to Last
Stacks and Nests
Uniquely shaped cookware lets you easily stack and nest pots and pans in any order with other premier cookware that shares the same diameter. For example: 8" products stack with other 8" diameter cookware.
Durable and long lasting, each cookware is constructed of hard-anodized aluminum for excellent heat conduction. Even heating across the cookware delivers predictable temperatures for delicious cooking results.
The 3-layer nonstick interior easily releases foods without using any extra oils and is durable enough to withstand metal spatulas, spoons, whisks, and more.
Stainless Steel Handle(s)
Pans feature a long handle that remains cool while cooking on the stovetop. Pots incorporate sturdy loop handles for easy maneuvering.
Spend less time in the kitchen. After all the cooking and prepping is done, place cookware in the dishwasher for fast and easy cleanup.
Save More Space
Average space saved vs. like non-stacking Calphalon cookware items when stacked with like-diameter Premier Space-Saving items.
This versatile cookware set is compatible with many types of range ovens. It’s safe for use on gas, electric, electric coil, halogen, and glass cooktops.
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|Item Dimensions||30 x 17.25 x 7.31 inches||21.13 x 14.25 x 10.25 inches||25.25 x 12.75 x 11.25 inches||24.13 x 17.13 x 10.83 inches||25.25 x 12.69 x 11.5 inches|
|Material||Hard-Anodized Aluminum||Aluminum||Hard-Anodized Aluminum||Hard-Anodized Aluminum||Aluminum|
|Number of Pieces||5||10||10||10||10|
|Size||5-Piece Cookware Set||10-Piece||10-pc||10-Piece Cookware Set||10-Piece|
Calphalon Premier Space-Saving Hard-Anodized Nonstick Cookware securely stacks to save 30% more space. The unique cookware design and flat glass covers stack and nest in any order. The durable, hard-anodized construction allows for even heating with no hot spots and is dishwasher-safe for easy cleanup. The 3-layer nonstick interior is durable enough to withstand metal spatulas, spoons, and whisks. The Calphalon Premier space saving cookware supper Club set includes 10"and 12" diameter cookware which form two separate stacks to save more space in the kitchen. Average space saved vs. non-stacking Calphalon cookware items cookware must have same diameter.
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By Kasey Towles on July 7, 2019
First, I really love the size of these. We have a large family and these pans seem up to the task of our family in terms of size. I do have bigger stock pots, but this one is big enough for some things.
Second, I really like the nonstick on these. It seems very durable and it actually works. I generally shy away from nonstick coated pans, but these don’t bother me much.
Now on to my issues with these. First, the space saving design doesn’t same much vertical space. I have gotten used to storing pans nestled together and then lids separate. This just has you pretty much stacking everything without much nesting. That creates vertical storage issues. The pans are also wider than my taller under counter cabinets are. I can fit them in the cabinet, but have to slide them through the cabinet door sideways. When you’re stacking this huge heavy pan stack, that itself is problematic and I end up having to take every single item out and placing them back in order from bottom to top. I also had to clear out this particular cabinet because I usually store my pans in a higher cabinet, but the height wouldn’t work in those.
My next issues are functional. The handles of these pans always get blazing hot. Like cooking with an iron skillet, you cannot touch the handles without an oven mitt. Even on the stove top, the handles heat up with the pot. Even the skillet handle. I got quite a few burns before learning to treat these like an iron skillet.
My final issue is the lids. They are made with the lid handles to the side instead of on top. This means the entire lid, including the handles, is always hot. There is no simple lifting of the lid to stir. You have to use a pot holder every single time. And because the handles are on the side for the “space saving” issues, it makes the lid awkward to hold when you’re just lifting it for a minute to stir. I cannot tell you how many times I’ve burned myself on these stupid lids.
So, in attempting to solve space issues in your cabinets, they have created pans that have entirely different problems. I had gotten my space issues handled, so the new problems are just frustrating for me.
These pans are really well made, great size, and great quality. I’m just not a fan, at all, of the space saving design aspects. I’d prefer the classic versions of these pans.
However... The design feature to stack the pots inside each other has one drawback. They only stack properly in a specific sequence. In other words, a stack of 5 pots only fits together one way. The 3rd pot in the stack is always the 3rd pot in the stack. That's because of the way shallow pots fit inside deeper pots (but not vice versa). They're tapered, so the bottom is smaller than the top. Additionally, they're not marked - so you have to memorize the sequence, or play a puzzle game when putting away clean pots/pans. With the large 15-piece set, it always seems like I need the pot on the bottom and therefore must remove the whole stack from the cabinet to get the pot I want. Returning the clean pot to the cabinet means the same thing. Remove the whole stack from the cabinet so I can re-insert the bottom pot. Sounds simple enough - except these things are HEAVY. (And the stacks are heavier). My wife and 2 teenage daughters no longer put them away, they leave them on the counter for me to put them away; it is a bit of a chore.
From a cooking standpoint, they are very nice - I really like them. From a convenience standpoint - the stack'ability adds convenience and inconvenience at the same time. They save space, but they add a lot of effort/labor. You could hang them, but that would defeat the purpose of spending the extra money on the stack'ability altogether. I really like them (a lot), but hard to say I love them for these reasons. Excellent product, but not a perfect one unfortunately. Unless you need 9 pots and 6 lids - you might be happier with one of the smaller sets. I cook a lot, and there are at least 3 pots and 3 lids I haven't used yet (except to remove/replace them from my cabinets 100 times).
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Reviewed in Canada on November 13, 2020