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T-Fal Inspirations 20-pc. Red Nonstick Aluminum Cookware Set

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T-Fal Inspirations 20-pc. Red Nonstick Aluminum Cookware Set
$33.75 after Coupons & Rebate
(was $99.99)
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For those who aren't Kohl's Cardholders, use coupon codes"JUST4U", "SEASHELLS", and "FREE50JULY". After the $20.00 mail-in rebate and the $10.00 Kohl's Cash, the total will come out to $42.24 with free shipping.

 

Received 4.2/5 stars based on 64 customer reviews on the product apge. 54 of those customers said they would refer this to a friend.

A similar T-Fal 20-pc. Dinnerware Set is on Google Products for $84.99 from a rated merchant.

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The T-Fal Inspirations 20-pc. Red Nonstick Aluminum Cookware Set is on sale at Kohl's for $33.75 for those of you with Kohl's Charge Cards.

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  1. Use coupon code "JUST4U" for $15.00 off $50.00, "ENJOY" for 25% off, and "JULYMVC" for free shipping (Kohl'd Cardholders Coupons).
  2. Submit this $20.00 mail-in rebate for purchases made 07/12/14 and 07/15/14.
  3. Get $10.00 Kohl's Cash for this purchase
  4. Final cost will be $30.00 for Kohl's Cardholders.


For those of you who aren't Kohl's Cardholders, you can still get this for when you use coupons "JUST4U" for $15.00 off, "SEASHELLS" for 15% off and "FREE50JULY" for free shipping. After you follow the rest of the steps the total should come out to be $42.24 for non-cardholders.



This T-Fal Dinnerware Set received 4.2/5 stars based on 64 customer reviews on the product page. 54 of those customers said they would refer this product to a friend.

I couldn't find an exact match in Google Products for a price comparison, but I found one T-Fal 20-pc. set that was $84.99.
 

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VegasVegan (Jul. 14, 2014 @ 7:15p) |

Back in stock. I was able to order one just now. Thanks OP!

buell (Jul. 15, 2014 @ 12:28p) |

Set pictured is incorrect. The correct one is close to junk.
A much (much, much) better set and better value is
http://www... (more)

serenity22 (Jul. 15, 2014 @ 4:32p) |

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Maybe I'm missing how it fits together, but it still doesn't work out to $30 with those coupons applied, even if I count the $10 Kohl's cash. But just as an FYI, there's a 30% coupon, BEACH30, that's currently valid until July 20th I believe.

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Did you see the $20.00 mail-in rebate?

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with 30% off code I'm getting $34 out the door including tax

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I saw the mail in rebate, but it's a $99.99 item, with the original coupons it would be: $84.99 after the $15 off coupon, and then $63.74 after the 25% off. It's just a few dollar difference from your title so maybe I'm just being picky, but I wanted to make sure I wasn't missing something.

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I'll go check it and update it.

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The set is on sale for $99.99. Less $15 = 84.99. Less 25% ($21) = $63.99. Then less $20 rebate and $10 KCash = $33.99 plus tax. Free shipping code and rebate form provided by OP.

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Thanks OP.  NIce price.  I was going to buy just a sauce pan for $20!  For 10 bucks extra, I get a lot more!!

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I got a T-Fal set at Christmas as a gift for the wife, be prepared with a #20 Torx screwdriver to tighten all the handles, they were all loose out of the box. I keep a spare in the kitchen cabinet to retighten periodically.

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I have a lower-end model (I think?) than this one from a couple years ago during another Kohls deal. Unless what I have is the same line and they've just updated the look. These look fancier/nicer though.

They work fine for what they are. I don't anticipate them lasting another 5 years at this rate though. The handles always come lose and I have to tighten them, and the non-stick coating is slowly starting to scratch over time. Of course, my parents always speed up the wear and tear when they visit and cook, and end up using metal utensils/cookware with these things and then have the audacity to claim that it's no big deal *facepalm* - I know it was cheap cookware (and I know you know), but can we at least try?!

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Question semi related to jplee3's comment above. When the non-stick coating/teflon starts coming off a pan/pot, is this cause for a health concern? I bought my parents some Italian set about 10 years ago and when we boil water in a pot, I see floaties, even after a great washing before hand. They don't think it's a big deal either (like jplee's parents). But should we just brush that off?

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I always toss cook wear whenever the coatings start to wear, just to be on the safe side. You are right, no metal utensils for sure.

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FnlPrblm said:   Question semi related to jplee3's comment above. When the non-stick coating/teflon starts coming off a pan/pot, is this cause for a health concern? I bought my parents some Italian set about 10 years ago and when we boil water in a pot, I see floaties, even after a great washing before hand. They don't think it's a big deal either (like jplee's parents). But should we just brush that off?
  I dunno, I would tend to lean towards better safe than sorry though in this case. Do you really want to be ingesting that coating (whatever it's made of) whether or not it might be safe for consumption? Kinda like asking if you care if there's dirt, hair, or anything else that could be harmless in my food but with the caveat that it might actually be hazardous to your health hahaha. It might be a good idea just to get a new set. Seems like you get what you pay for when it comes to cookware. If I could, I'd have all copper-clad in my kitchen, but I'm not a professional chef, nor am I filthy rich hahahaha

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my set is already wearing off thanks!

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When will we get the $10 Kohls cash?

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KidCharliemain said:   I got a T-Fal set at Christmas as a gift for the wife, be prepared with a #20 Torx screwdriver to tighten all the handles, they were all loose out of the box. I keep a spare in the kitchen cabinet to retighten periodically.
  
Nothing a little Loctite can't take care of. 

http://www.loctiteproducts.com/p/t_lkr_red/overview/Loctite-Threadlocker-Red-271.htm

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Some random thoughts:

- this set is cheap. it's useful, but not what one would expect from T-Fal. you will get what you pay for.
- scratches easily. screws come loose.
- flakes come off. harmless.
- scratches cause food to start sticking. true for all coated cookware.
- high heat will cause coating to emanate colorless odorless fumes. harmful. extremely. true for all coated cookware. DON'T USE HIGH HEAT, FOLKS!

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This is a nice deal, good price offered.

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FnlPrblm said:   Question semi related to jplee3's comment above. When the non-stick coating/teflon starts coming off a pan/pot, is this cause for a health concern? I bought my parents some Italian set about 10 years ago and when we boil water in a pot, I see floaties, even after a great washing before hand. They don't think it's a big deal either (like jplee's parents). But should we just brush that off?
  Shelby Greenman told 20/20 that her pet cockatoo keeled over in its cage down the hall from the kitchen after all the water boiled out of a Teflon pan.

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Are You Exposing Your Family to Toxic Fumes from Non-Stick Cookware? 

Just how safe are nonstick pots and pans? 
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Robert L. Wolke, Ph.D. said: The answer is a qualified one. They’re safe, says Robert L. Wolke, Ph.D., a professor emeritus of chemistry at the University of Pittsburgh and the author of What Einstein Told His Cook: Kitchen Science Explained, as long as they’re not overheated. When they are, the coating may begin to break down (at the molecular level, so you wouldn’t necessarily see it), and toxic particles and gases, some of them carcinogenic, can be released.

The Secret Of Non-Stick Cooking In Stainless Steel

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We’re very sorry, this item T-Fal Inspirations 20-pc. Red Nonstick Aluminum Cookware Set is out of stock.

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Confirmed.......  OSS.  

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Muggles said:   Confirmed.......  OSS.  
  Like from Germany?

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serenity22 said:   
Muggles said:   Confirmed.......  OSS.  
  Like from Germany?

  Actually that was the U.S. Later to be called the CIA

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Back in stock. I was able to order one just now. Thanks OP!

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Set pictured is incorrect. The correct one is close to junk.
A much (much, much) better set and better value is
http://www.fatwallet.com/forums/hot-deals/1376932/?newest=1#last

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