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A great assortment of stuff we've seen before. If you've been holding out, what can we say to convince you?
I'm just hanging out, really.
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1. The Regal 12" nonstick pan is described as Multi-ply. I take it this means it is NOT the same material as the 12" American Kitchen (sister brand) TRI-PLY skillet I previoiusly purchased from Woot. My previoius purchase had aluminum (covering the bottom and running up the sides) with stainless steel fully sandwiching the aluminum.
So my question is....is there aluminum, fully sandwhiched in stainless steel, within the bottom AND running up the sides? I am certainly interested if so!
2. Another point in favor of purchasing Regal ware is that I believe it is made in the U.S. That's not only better for the U.S. economy but probably means better workmanship and longevity.
"Three be the things I shall never attain: Envy, content, and sufficient champagne."
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I have, and like, the 4th burner pot in blue. However, be advised that the color in the photo is wrong. It's a darker cornflower blue. If you expect it to coordinate well with more cyan/turquoise items, it won't. If the yellow had been available when I got it, I might have chosen that. But, I wonder what color it really is.
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