posted 48 years ago by
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It's time for the All-Clad Factory sale just outside of Pittsburgh, PA. Friday, May 31 from 9 am to 7 pm, and Saturday, June 1 from 9 am to 4 pm. You can get up to 70% (sometimes even more) off of All-Clad cookware - either overstocks, discontinueds or blems (and the blemishes are almost impossible to see most of the time).

Since All-Clad is farming some of their manufacturing to China, get it while most of it is still made here in the USA!

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Here's the link to the e-store.

I'm relatively sure that the e-store won't have what the actual sale has - I could be wrong...but I think it's just at the Washington county fair grounds and also one or two Crate & Barrel stores near Pittsburgh.


It will be at the Washington County Fairgrounds.

2151 North Main Street
Washington, PA 15301

If it is where it has been the past few times or so... 2151 North Main Street
Washington, PA 15301 It's the Washington county fairgrounds.

mrdjman said:   
Since All-Clad is farming some of their manufacturing to China, get it while most of it is still made here in the USA!

Boo if true.

I think they just have a couple of lines that they make in China and they very clearly state it is made in China to compete with some of the lower line competitors. All the others are still made in the USA. Even so, a great company that makes equipment to last a lifetime.

From their website:

Is All-Clad made in the USA?

1. All-Clad has a policy of manufacturing all of its bonded cookware in the USA. This means that it purchases its metals only from US suppliers and bonds them at its own rolling mill on-site in Canonsburg PA. It then forms them at the same location into high performance cooking vessels.

2. All-Clad is the originator of bonded cookware technology and is committed to investing in bonded cookware manufacture solely in the USA.

3. There are areas in which All-Clad does not manufacture in the USA. These are:
- Where the bonding of metals is not required for superior cooking performance (E.g. tools, accessories).
- On regular non-bonded components where making them in the USA would add to the retail price but not generally to performance (E.g. lids)
- Where manufacturing constraints exist at the Canonsburg plant (E.g electrical kitchen appliances)

4. All-Clad’s tools, accessories, lids or electrical kitchen appliances, are manufactured by select partners overseas qualified carefully by All-Clad with highest quality controls.

5. All-Clad Metal-crafters LLC has a strict policy of selecting and working with reputable and responsible suppliers that strive to consistently manufacture materials, components and products worthy of the All-Clad brand name, in addition to being in total compliance with applicable environmental and product composition standards.

6. All-Clad items manufactured overseas are subjected to not only strict U.S. Food & Drug Administration testing, but also stringent third party testing to ensure products are free from lead or any other contaminations. All-Clad maintains its policy of providing consumers with safe, high quality products that are backed by a lifetime guarantee.

I didn't mean to imply it wasn't good cookware - just pointing that out so someone isn't disappointed. Yeah - their tools, a lot of their non-stick lines, double-boiler inserts, and things like that. While it is marked clearly on the box, sometimes the vendor isn't so forthcoming. Regardless, it's still one of the best cookware lines, and it's made to last a lifetime.

If you're within driving distance, it's definitely worth the trip to the sale.

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