Swiss Diamond Premium Clad Cookware
Swiss Diamond Premium Clad Cookware
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Maybe you need a new pan, or maybe you’re looking to start a new collection: Whatever the case, this drop has you covered with a wide range of different pots, pans, and more to choose from. Designed for even heat distribution, the Swiss Diamond Premium Clad collection is made with five layers to seal in heat without burning Read More

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RayF
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Mar 8, 2019
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Not seeing an option for a set so I assume those comments pertain to a prior drop? I think that may turn out to be a good thing because A) I'm against sets, and B) I'm not convinced this product represents any kind of value at all. Here's the deal--after visiting Swiss Diamond's site and Amazon to examine the specs and fine print for this product line I found nothing but red flags. First of all no one, including the manufacturer or Amazon actually claims this stuff is made in Switzerland--only MD says that and frankly, MD is often the worst possible source for accurate information about the products they sell. If the manufacturer doesn't make the claim, it's an issue. So, if it's not made in Switzerland, we can safely assume it's actually made in the People's Republic of Where Everything Comes From. That's not the end of the world, but it means what it means, and you should know about it. Next concern: while everyone in the cookware business is hocking 5-ply cookware (though few can prove it's better than their 3-ply line), the big boys tell you what those five plies are--what they're made of how thick each layer of material is. No one is providing that information this product--especially not the manufacturer. Another observation I would make (as a guy who's spent a little over two-grand on cookware over the past year)--is that, you get what you pay for. Even among the guys making the best stuff, pricing is very competitive on like items. Where they make the big the profit is selling you a set, That's because a set deprives you of the opportunity to compare like items from different manufacturers. All Clad might make the 3.5 qt Sauté pan, but Viking might have the best deal on an 8 qt stock pot. Don't buy a set, buy what you need for the kind of cooking you actually do. Next thing is that I've held, used an cooked with the good stuff; this stuff doesn't even look close. If you haven't already, you should go to the most expensive cookware store you can find (Williams Sonoma, Sur La Table) and handle and closely examine their best stuff: All Clad, Demeyere, Williams Sonoma's brand (which everyone assumes is made by All Clad), Cristel, Zwilling and ScanPan. Even if you never end up buying any of those brands, you should at least know how it's made, the weight you feel when you pick it up, and what the handles feel like in your hand. That way, next time you're in Target looking at Rachel Reys newest color scheme, at least you've got something to compare it to--a way to judge what you are, and are not getting. And trust me, in the inexpensive cookware game, there's a lot more of what you're not getting. There are some good deals out there in the mid-rage--I'm a big fan of Zwilling; here's an example: https://www.zwilling.com/us/zwilling-spirit-stainless-2-pc-fry-pan-set/64090-003.html?cgid=our-brands_zwilling_cookware_spirit-3-ply#start=21 Anyway, pass on this stuff, do some homework, figure out who makes to items you actually need and buy that stuff, one or two pieces at a time. And always remember, if it seems to good to be true, it is.
Mar 8, 2019
Noammr
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Mar 8, 2019
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From their website: Our Diamond coated products including: Swiss Diamond Classic, Induction, HD Pro, and Swiss Titan are made in Sierre, Switzerland. Swiss Diamond Premium Steel, Prestige Knives, Kitchen Tools, and Electrics are designed in Switzerland and manufactured according to our own rigorous standards in P.R.C. That said, I’ve gotten some premium goods that were made in China and some crappy pretend-premium that was made in Europe so ymmv.
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Mar 8, 2019
Rulother
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Mar 8, 2019
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Great in-depth little tad bit there. Something that be posted on all these cookware/knife drops.
Mar 8, 2019
brenda52411
180
Mar 6, 2019
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Whoever is running this drop, could you please speak for the pricing of the 10 piece set? Is it $175, or is it another $69 ontop of the $175? Thanks.
Mar 6, 2019
Foundmykey
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Jan 25, 2019
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it's 91 bucks on Amazon. I'd say only the set is worth getting.
Jan 25, 2019
PilotChup
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Jan 22, 2019
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Damn this is actually an amazing price for the 10pc set? At least from what I can see... If only I didn't just get a bunch of new pots & pans, wow.
Jan 22, 2019
ArthurGD3
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Jan 23, 2019
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Looks like the 10 piece set is an additional $175 on top of the $69.99. I knew that $69.99 was way too good to be true for a 10 piece Swiss Made set of cookware, I just wish it was more clearly stated in the product page.
Jan 23, 2019
brenda52411
180
Mar 6, 2019
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I'm not sure about that... I think the 10 piece set is $175... it's very confusing, for sure.
Mar 6, 2019
One_Eyed_Jackal
105
Oct 15, 2018
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Small area of scratching on the inside of the pan that I received. Hard to notice. This doesn't really warrant a return/exchange does it? Cosmetically, it doens't bother me.
Oct 15, 2018
Toxic
248
Sep 19, 2018
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Swiss made? Ok, count me in.
Sep 19, 2018
ogoxsam
1
Sep 18, 2018
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I'm a bit confused about the 10-piece set. What are the 10 items included in the set? So far there are only 6 listed in the drop.
  • 8-inch fry pan 
  • 11-inch fry pan 
  • 2.1-quart saucepan with lid
  • 3.7-quart saucepan with lid
  • 3.2-quart sauté pan with lid 
  • 7.9-quart stock pot with lid
Sep 18, 2018
kstokley
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Buying Manager
Sep 18, 2018
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The lids count as the other 4 pieces. This is just the industry standard for how all cookware sets are counted.
Sep 18, 2018
jimbolaya
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Sep 18, 2018
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What’s the difference between the two woks?
Sep 18, 2018
kstokley
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Buying Manager
Sep 18, 2018
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Good catch! That was just a duplicate image, I removed it. There is only one Wok at checkout.
Sep 18, 2018
jimbolaya
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Sep 18, 2018
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Thanks for updating that. What are the dimensions of the work? The volume is given, but do you have the diameter at the base and lip?
Edit: I found the answer: 12.5". Alas, the wok can actually be found for less elsewhere.
Sep 18, 2018
Stochlab
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Sep 16, 2018
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So I’m not sure that I’d be able to do much of a comprehensive review, but I do have the Swiss diamond 2.1-Quart saucepan that was last dropped here and I can say with the utmost certainty that it’s the best I’ve worked with hands down. I come from using both Emeril and all clad brands (nothing wrong with either but the wife seems to kill the non stick varieties so Ive been looking for a suitable brand to replace them). The wife hasn’t killed the Swiss diamond sauce pan yet and I can’t see so much as a scratch on the interior of the pan yet even after using it daily for the last few months so I’m certainly in on this drop for the 10 piece set and the wok. Looking forward to trying the skillets for sure!
Sep 16, 2018
Pikkuaho
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Sep 15, 2018
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From what I understand, these are Swiss Diamond's top of the line products. I was unable to find proper, direct reviews, but if anyone comes across a comprehensive review on this line, I'd be very interested in seeing it.
Sep 15, 2018