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Old 02-15-2019, 07:16 AM   #1
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Calphalon Nesting set

Does anyone have or use the Calphalon nesting set? It's a little more expensive than others but I'm going to be full timing, so I want something easy to clean and that I can get a lot of use out of. Thanks!
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Old 02-15-2019, 07:44 AM   #2
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I can only say the best non stick cookware I've ever used, bar none, is OXO.
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Old 02-15-2019, 07:53 AM   #3
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Does anyone have or use the Calphalon nesting set? It's a little more expensive than others but I'm going to be full timing, so I want something easy to clean and that I can get a lot of use out of. Thanks!
We do and we bought a small set specifically for the Airstream. While we like the Calphalon quality, the nesting aspect really doesn't save space. They don't really hold together while you're traveling, either.
I've noticed these sets seriously marked down, so maybe that's the best reason to spring for one. Otherwise I'd go for plain ole Calphalon.
We considered a nesting Magma set that lots of folks on AF seem to have, but it seemed overkill for the 2 of us. Happy with just a couple of pots and a cast iron skillet.
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We have the Magma stainless non-stick set that we bought for our sailboat and brought us with us to the Airstream. It stores perfectly under the sink, but if I was buying again I would get the set that can be used on an induction cook top as stainless isn't really needed ashore.
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Get the magma nonstick cook set. It nest well and takes up very little space. We have expensive pots and pans at home but i think the Magma pots are better when it comes to non stick
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Old 02-15-2019, 11:41 AM   #6
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Get the magma nonstick cook set. It nest well and takes up very little space. We have expensive pots and pans at home but i think the Magma pots are better when it comes to non stick
+3 on the Magma non-stick. Certainly the most space efficient and surprisingly high quality. Seem a solid as what we use at home. Also a big plus they work on induction.
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I have the magma set that is for conventional or induction. I carry a table top induction burner so that cook somthing aromatic its outside.
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We do and we bought a small set specifically for the Airstream. While we like the Calphalon quality, the nesting aspect really doesn't save space. They don't really hold together while you're traveling, either.
I've noticed these sets seriously marked down, so maybe that's the best reason to spring for one. Otherwise I'd go for plain ole Calphalon.
We considered a nesting Magma set that lots of folks on AF seem to have, but it seemed overkill for the 2 of us. Happy with just a couple of pots and a cast iron skillet.
Agree. I have a set of the nesting Magma ones. Wore out and threw out the smallest pot and the skillet... non-stick wore out very quickly. Rarely use most of the others.
Hmm. May be time to give away the rest as I do have 2 cast iron dutch ovens and a small fry pan. So - next rally, free to a good home.
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Make sure you get the protectors to put between nonstick pots when you store them.

+1 on magma.
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