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Demeyere® Atlantis 12-Piece Set

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SpecialValueBuy This cookware set features an InductoSeal® base that combines silver and a 2mm disc of copper hermetically sealed in an 18/10 stainless steel TriplInduc® base that’s laser-welded to the pan.

The combining of these two unique technologies ensures optimal heat distribution throughout the entire base, and provides a heat-conducting surface 33% larger than traditional pans. Heat, aroma and steam stay inside pan during cooking, as well.

Also features satin-polish Silvinox® finish and stainless steel Coolcast® handles.

Set includes: 1-qt. saucepan with lid, 2¼-qt. saucepan with lid, 3¼-qt. saucepan with lid, 4¼-qt. sauté pan with lid, 5½-qt. Dutch oven with lid, 8" skillet, and 11" skillet. Dishwasher safe. Made in Belgium.

  • Manufacturer: Demeyere
  • Care: Dishwasher safe
  • Use: Safe for use on any cooking surface, including induction; safe for oven and broiler
  • Material: 18/10 stainless steel
  • Warranty: 30-year warranty (10 for professional use)
  • Made in Belgium
  • Demeyere’s signature 7-ply construction ensures superior heat conductivity.
  • InductoSeal base guarantees optimal heat distribution.
  • 18/10 stainless steel interior won’t react with food.
  • Satin Silvinox finish improves resistance to discoloration and dulling due to frequent use.
  • Securely welded, Coolcast handles for safe, easy transport and serving.
  • TriplInduc, with superior magnetic qualities, leads to a 30% increase in efficiency when using induction cooking.
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Demeyere makes cooking sexy
I purchased this cook set 6 months ago, and while the initial sticker shock took my breath away - Demeyere has proven that you get what you pay for. I have dabbled in other stainless cookware and some non-stick, but none have been as wonderful as this set. The only drawback of this set is the lack of the glass lid option.

These pans heat very quickly and retain their heat evenly. The sides get hot (as the above person mentioned), but if you know what you are doing in the kitchen - you shouldn't have an issue with burning your food.

I plan on expanding my Demeyere set and I recommend it to all my avid cooking friends
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November 29, 2011
A real review
- The heat is extremely even, thanks to the 2mm copper bases that is dynamite to work with as it is much more conductive than aluminum. This is especially true on induction and electric where the heat must go to the disc first. For gas, all you need to do is to match the pot with burner size. Obviously if you put a tiny pot on top of a huge burner and hot gases are flowing all over the place including up the sides of the pot and burn the outside ring of your food, that is a problem, but whose fault is that? Lower the size of the flame or use a smaller burner.

- It is usually unnecessary to have thick sides of pans. In order to benefit from the thick sides, the food would have to be touching the sides. If it's not touching, it doesn't benefit. So Demeyere only uses thicker sides on the frying pans and sauteuses/woks where you could have a big fish touching the sides or a thick sauce or stew. For ordinary soups and water, thin-walled pots are enough because the water inside will move the heat around for you. You also waste less energy. But if you insist on thick sidewalls, you should get the Demeyere Industry5 set instead. Those have thick sidewalls for the genius chef who puts small pots onto big burners running full blast.

- Good cookware weighs a lot because thick, durable, warp-resistant pans require lots of metal. Thin, cheap aluminum pans will warp and ding and lose nonstick coatings, and because they are so thin, you might get hotspots as well. These rugged Demeyeres are built to last. Like Le Creuset/Staub pots that people bought 30 years ago that are still going strong today. If you don't like heavy cookware, buy cheap nonstick lightweight aluminum pans at the dollar store and replace them every couple of years as they warp and as the nonstick coatings come off.

- Demeyere uses standard European sizing, like 20, 24, 28cm diameters. So if some guy's lid from another pot won't work on the Demeyere, it is the fault of that other brand, not Demeyere. I have lots of American and European cookware and the lids are all interchangeable with each other because of this metric standard.

- Glass lids are found with cheaper cookware because they are cheaper to make. They also cloud up with condensation and are hard to see through unless you lift the lid up, at which point you just lost a lot of heat. Higher-end cookware almost always comes with metal lids for durability and sanitation reasons. It's easy to clean monolithic lids that don't trap debris where the lid handle meets the lid. If you do need glass lids for some reason, it's easy to buy aftermarket glass lids; in fact Sur La Table even sells multiple sizes of glass lids for your convenience, in standard diameters.

- The pot handles in this set are made of solid stainless and take a very long time to heat up, so they are really stay cool on stovetop. Obviously if you put it into the oven it will get hot faster on the handles. These handles are among the most comfortable I have ever used, by the way.

- This set uses 18/10 stainless specially treated to make it more slippery than ordinary 18/10. It is not nonstick but it's less sticky than ordinary stainless. A breeze to clean up. Many deglazing is literally all you need to lift off leftover bits
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August 28, 2013
Best. Pans. Ever.
I did months of research online before deciding what set of pans I wanted to buy. After all, at my age, this is the last set I'll ever buy. I ended up with Demeyere Atlantis and I couldn't be happier. I knew they would heat evenly and last forever but I was concerned about clean up. All I've ever owned are non-stick pans. I was pleasantly surprised at how easy they are to take care of and clean. For even for the most baked on food, all it takes is a dash of Barkeeper's Friend and it's sparkling again. They are pricey, but you get what you pay cannot go wrong with these pans!
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September 16, 2014
I purchased this set as a gift for my wife and myself. To state that we absolutely love them would be an understatement. beautiful to look at, but first and foremost, fabulous cookware. We'll be replacing the balance of our kitchen cookware with Atlantis wherever possible
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January 7, 2014
These are amazing...
Some would say they ought to be given the price, but after three weeks of intensive cooking my impression is they are worth every penny. They heat evenly and quickly (I used gas exclusively), and clean up quite easily with bar keepers. They are heavy, but oh so solidly designed and built. I want a second set now for my other residence...
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January 4, 2015
For the price, there are several other options. I dont' find the heat to be even, especially up t he sides of the sauce pans. If you are making or heating anything you can expect the sides of the pan to be extra hot and burn the food to the sides. The bottom of the pan may heat evenly, but overall this a poor value. The pans are also VERY heavy and the lids are not glass and do not allow you to see the food . The size of the pans is off just enough, that you can't use the lid from any other pan either. They do not offer a glass lid option
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August 28, 2011

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