The All-Clad Factory Seconds Kitchenware Sale Is Back
All-Clad cookware is popular among home chefs and professional reviewers alike. The company makes some of the best, most durable, most reliable, and most expensive pots and pans you can buy. The cost can be a barrier, but every so often, the All-Clad Factory Seconds Sale comes around. Right now is one of those times. The sale is live for a few more days.
You can save up to 50 percent on All-Clad pots, pans, utensils, and more. Many products even include a lifetime warranty. You’ll need to enter your email address to access the deals. Keep in mind that all sales are final. Flat-rate shipping costs $10, and items ship in 10 to 15 business days.
What Are Factory Seconds?
The Factory Seconds Sale is run by Home and Cook Sales, an authorized reseller for All-Clad and several other cookware brands. The items featured in the sale (usually) have minor imperfections, like a scuff on the pan, a misaligned name stamp, or, in some cases, merely a dented box. Every product on the website has details about the imperfection.
While the blemishes may vary, the merchant says that all of the cookware will perform as intended. Should any issue arise, nearly every All-Clad Factory Seconds product is still backed by All-Clad’s limited lifetime warranty. (Electric items have a slightly different warranty. Check individual product pages for details.) I have used a dozen Factory Seconds pots and pans, and they’ve all worked exactly as advertised. Just remember that all sales are final.
All-Clad Factory Seconds Deals
Below, we’ve highlighted noteworthy discounts from the broader sale. The “before” prices are based on items in new condition. Check out our related buying guides, including the Best Chef’s Knives and the Best Air Fryers, for additional recommendations.
New, this pan sells for $300. This pan lives up to its name—we think it belongs in every kitchen. The versatile design allows for frying, sauteing, sauce-making, and more. The listing notes there’s some packaging damage.
These 8-, 10-, and 12-inch pans have a nonstick coating that holds up well, and the design allows for easy turning of whatever you’re frying. This deal beats previous discounts we’ve shared by $40. If your old frying pans are warped, this bundle would make a wonderful upgrade. The listing notes there’s some packaging damage.
New, this bundle would sell for between $140 and $170. I like this oval pan for roasting up veggies and reheating leftovers in my oven. It’s also a good shape for serving dips or other appetizers. The listing notes there’s some packaging damage.
These pans make a regular appearance in my summer cookouts. The pan is the perfect size for roasting things like asparagus, brussels sprouts, and cherry tomatoes. If you want a grilled flavor without losing veggies between your grill grates, this is a safe bet. The listing notes there’s some packaging damage.
Since flat-rate shipping adds $10, these aren’t super enticing on their own. But if you’re placing an order for something else, this two-pack of oven mitts would be a smart addition to your cart. They’re durable and sturdy, and leave you with enough dexterity that your grip on hot cookware will still feel secure.