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MAGMA 10-Piece Nesting Cookware, Stainless Steel Induction

Model # 14018675Mfg # A10-360L-IND


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Product Description

This heavy-duty, 18-10 mirror-polished stainless steel cookware is now available for use with Induction cooking systemsand. Set stores in less than 1/2 cubic foot of cabinet space and includes three saucepans (one each 1 1/2qt., 2qt. and 3qt.), two lids (one fits all three saucepans and one fits both the stock pot and sauté pan), a 5qt. stock pot, a 9 1/2"dia. saute pan, two removable handles and a convenient “bungee” storage cord. Pots and pans feature triple-clad stainless steel-aluminum-stainless steel bottoms, which are perfectly flat for even heat distribution. Cookware is oven-safe for even greater versatility.


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Magma 10-Piece Nesting Cookware, Stainless Steel Induction

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Perfect solution to our space problem

By AJ on s/v Valinta

from Pacific Northwest

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  • Compact Storage
  • Quality construction
  • Uniform Heating


  • Vulnerable Handles

Best Uses

  • Cooking In Limited Space

Comments about Magma 10-Piece Nesting Cookware, Stainless Steel Induction:

We bought a set of these pots for our motor home to minimize cupboard space usage. They worked so well, we bought a separate set for our sailboat, which has even less storage space. We have found that these pots heat very well, are just the right size for preparing meals for up to 6 people, fit well on our stove(s) and distribute heat quickly and uniformly. Very nice quality.

The only issue we've had is that we find the locking mechanism on the handles can be sticky and not enage or disengage as easily as we'd like. Also, we found that the plastic material of the handles can be burned if the flame from the stove wraps over the side of the bottom of the pan. We generally remove the handles after putting pots on the stove, and reattach only as needed to avoid this problem.

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