A10-362

Magma 7 Piece Stainless Steel Nesting Cookware

Magma 7 Piece Stainless Steel Nesting  Cookware

Features

  • All pots have a triple clad bottom
  • Store in less than 1/2 cubic foot of cabinet space
  • Oven friendly and dishwasher safe
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$149.98
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$139.05
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7 Piece "Nesting"
18-10 Stainless Steel Gourmet Starter Set Cookware


The quality and value you've come to expect from Magma's current 18-10 stainless steel cookware sets now available in a 7 piece starter set. This nesting cookware stores in less than + cubic foot of cabinet space. All pots feature sealed triple clad bottoms; triple clad is a base layer of Stainless Steel, an Aluminum center section, and a seamless Stainless Steel outer layer. Each bottom is then milled perfectly flat for superb even heat distribution on gas, electric, or ceramic cook top surfaces. With benefits of being oven safe, dish washer friendly and the option of adding to your set by purchasing additional individual pieces, this set is a must have. Professional quality cookware at a value price for boaters, outdoorsman, or RV enthusiasts just getting started or for the seasoned pro who expects only the best.

CONTENTS:

  • 5qt. Stock Pot, 10-1/4" x 4-3/8"
  • 9-1/2" Saute Pan, 9-7/8" x 3"
  • Stock Pot / Saute Pan Lid
  • 2qt. Sauce Pan, 7-5/8" x 3-3/4"
  • Sauce Pan Lid
  • 1 removable handle
  • "Bungee" Storage Cord
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