Founded in 1963 in Perrysburg, Ohio, Calphalon began when Ron Kasperzak decided to create a better line of aluminum cookware products. Within five years, Ron’s company began using hard anodizing technology originally created for the aerospace industry, and by 1976 Calphalon professional hard anodized cookware officially entered the retail market. Calphalon non-stick cookwear debuted in 1992, and the company has continued to innovate newer and better products for the home gourmet ever since. If you demand professional-quality cookware at a cons ... Learn more about Calphalonumer price point, Calphalon pots and Calphalon pans will not disappoint. ... Less
Reviewed by HiDesertMom from New Mexico on Sunday, February 22, 2015
Received my set a year ago, and although the nonstick finish and heat distribution is good, I'm unhappy with boiled liquids seeping out of the handle bolts and outside of the lids (and onto the outside of the cookware). The handles on some of the pieces are attached almost 1/3 of the way down from the top of the pot, so I can't fill the pots up as much as I'd like--lots of wasted potential volume. Also, the metal-rimmed glass lids take more effort to clean than most (deep grooves).
Cosmetic Blems or Irregulars. Minor cosmetic blemishes or slight irregularities
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