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Buying a cooking set can be an enjoyable experience, but also a challenge due to the variety of choices of them on the market. Whether youíre looking for your first set or replacing an old one, there are 5 important things you should consider before you go shopping:

5. How Much To Pay?

How much can you afford to spend on the pots and pans you purchase? It will be well worth it in the long run. Otherwise, you will find yourself replacing them in a short time. Remember, cookware set is an investment. Replacing pans and lids every few months or have to screw the handles back on tight to continue using them isnít worth the cheap price you paid for.

Price is much vary from materials, features and brands. For example, a practical 10-pieces set of stainless costs from $50 to $1,300 (retail prices). All-Clad is known for heirloom brands while Cuisinart, Kitchenaid, Starfrit or Calphalon are market bands, which can be seen in average prices around $150 to $300 for 10 pieces. Copper is far more expensive comparing with other materials. Mauviel and Ruffoni is well-knowed manufactures, which costs around $1,500 to $2,000 for 8 pieces. Mixed-material cookware, such as Tri-Ply, is a wise choice instead buying copper brands as Chalphalon Tri-Ply copper make it more budget in around $500 for 10 pieces set.

Dos & Doníts:
  • Donít buy cheap, buy value ĖBelieve us, itís not enjoying experiences to looking for a new set so soon.
  • Do check for recalls and see why theyíre in that bad list.
  • Do take a look at other kitchen. Not only you can try real pots and pans yourself, but you may found interesting facts.
  • Do use cookware in adequate temperatures.
  • Donít buy a 20 piece set if youíll only end up using a few pieces of those big sets.





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