Viking 3-Ply Pot Set (4 Pieces)
Viking 3-Ply Pot Set (4 Pieces)
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Whether you’re cooking a crab, boiling pasta, or steaming vegetables, this set has you covered. The main component is the 8-quart stock pot, complete with markings on the inside for measuring Read More

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ShutterShock
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Jul 24, 2019
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Here's Viking's YouTube product video for what it's worth: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DgFjJAP3P3M Like RayF said, this pot is full tri-ply construction, whereas many stockpots are instead a thin stainless body with a thicker base bonded to the bottom. That's normally fine for boiling pasta and making stock, but it is less appropriate for other cooking methods because of poorer heat distribution. All-Clad does make a tri-ply 8-quart stockpot (called the d3 8-quart stockpot); it is wider and lower than this one, and it retails for around $350. Crate and Barrel sells the Viking stockpot version of this (not the multicooker) online-only for $400. Generally, this seems to be a very good deal for a tri-ply 8-quart multicooker. There isn't a whole lot that could potentially go wrong with it in normal use. My only concern is the comfort of the shape of the handles. Because Viking cookware is not commonly stocked in stores because of its low relative popularity when compared to All-Clad and store brands like the Williams-Sonoma multi-ply cookware series, it may be difficult to find one to feel before purchasing.
Jul 24, 2019
RayF
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Feb 5, 2019
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A while back I said this set was overpriced (don't recall what it was selling for then) but if it was still $116, I RETRACT MY STATEMENT! Not long after, I purchased a smaller 6qt, All-Clad set for $99, but there were several key differences: aside from capacity, the All-Clad set didn't include the Steamer Basket included with this set, but most importantly, the All-Clad set was only single-ply steel. While single-ply is fine for boiling pasta water, it does not provide the performance and versatility of this Viking 3-Ply set. Even All-Clad's 8qt, 4 piece set ($129 Amazon) is still only single-ply construction. I do own an eight qt Viking stockpot, so I can attest to Vikings' quality--it's good stuff! So, if I had it to do over again, I'd definitely chose this package over the All-Clad set! Here's why: in this bundle you get you get the pasta and steamer basket (meaning this actually qualifies as a "multi-cooker") but because the pot is actually a 3-ply stockpot (vs a single-ply pasta pot) you can use it as you would a Dutch Oven, meaning you can sauté meet and vegetables on the cooktop and then pop the pot in the oven to braise or slow cook, or otherwise finish, in your oven! Don't try that with a pasta pot! No doubt about it, if I didn't already own a Viking stockpot and my inferior All-Clad pasta set, I'd be all over this drop! Live and learn...
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Feb 5, 2019
LSK3
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Feb 4, 2019
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I don't know where whomever listed this product came up with an MSRP of $500. This set retails nearly everywhere for $150. Yes, $116 is cheaper than $150 but you have to ask yourself why they would fudge the MSRP by that much. I know you can buy pot sets like this for far cheaper with comparable quality.
Feb 4, 2019
Cheesecake
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Jun 3, 2019
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Yeah, I had the exact same thought. I found this pot in a local store recently for $150 and then this drop went live and I saw that MSRP and wondered if it was a typo.
Jun 3, 2019
Epos7
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Dec 15, 2017
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Dang, this looks really nice, but I just ordered an almost identical All-Clad product.
Dec 15, 2017
Wazu
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Oct 31, 2017
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Is this $500 set the same set that is on Amazon with a list of $249.99 marked down to $199.95 on sale for $149.95 ? Saving $15 is a nice, but it is feels misleading to suggest it is normally $500. https://smile.amazon.com/Viking-3-Ply-Stainless-Steel-Steamer/dp/B01699DYJO/
Oct 31, 2017
ithcy
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Nov 2, 2017
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Yep. This is the same practice that Amazon got in trouble for recently - comparing their price to a very inflated list price that nobody ever actually pays.
https://www.recode.net/2017/1/11/14243250/amazon-canada-fine-list-prices-misleading-pricing
Nov 2, 2017
CmdrAwesome
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Nov 4, 2017
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Well, saving fifteen dollars WOULD be nice if there wasn't 13.25 in shipping. So... Amazon or here.... save a buck seventy fiveah and wait three and a half months or just go to Amazon and have it day after tomorrow.
Nov 4, 2017
njack1994
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Sep 26, 2017
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The only experience I have dealing with Viking is with their appliances. Their appliances are a nightmare to service, and their quality ranges from scrap metal to barely functional. I worked in appliance repair and when we ordered parts, we never got them in a reasonable time, we never got the same replacement parts, it often required conversion to fit without instructions, and to physically service was a bitch. To fix the evaporator drain tray in a built in a viking refrigerator requires every removable part out of the refrigerator short of the door gaskets to access a part they refuse to make replacements of. Do not buy from this company, because I have never seen a client happy with viking.
Sep 26, 2017
CmdrAwesome
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Nov 3, 2017
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I had a helicopter mechanic tell me about the engine block of a Bell helicopter, a jet ranger with a vertical shaft that must be sealed before setting the ball bearings nearly four inches into a lip in the block housing. They needed to be placed into this lip one by one, too far to reach, too difficult to use a mechanical pincher. They would take a small stick with a dab of grease, place the ball bearing on the dab of grease and fish around till they found the channel. It took hours. You know who never cared? The pilot.
Nov 3, 2017
MtnNewf
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Jun 23, 2018
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Never owned a Viking appliance, but I LOVE my Viking Pressure Cooker!
Jun 23, 2018
esoomenona
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Sep 23, 2017
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Apparently Viking items can be either made in the US or made in China, and have different levels of quality. Where were these items made?
Sep 23, 2017
VikingCulinary
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Viking Culinary
Sep 23, 2017
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The Multi Cooker is made in China. I think you will be impressed by the quality. We have had great feedback on it so far.
Sep 23, 2017
Jdiftx
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Feb 7, 2019
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Got the Viking pan from Sams Club and it was made in China. It was not well made.
Feb 7, 2019
aeberbach
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Sep 21, 2017
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It is a little-known fact that Viking raiding parties carried their stainless cookware with them.
Sep 21, 2017
VikingCulinary
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Viking Culinary
Sep 23, 2017
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They had to in order to ensure even heat distribution. You wouldn't want to upset them with inconsistently cooked food after they rowed long distances across the sea.
Sep 23, 2017
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