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Made In Cookware is a Seamless (and Affordable) Blend of Form and Function

A well-made piece of cookware is a beautiful thing and one that is often difficult to find. Skimping on a pan means a fried egg can result in a 20-minute scrubbing sesh, while high-end specialty sets can have huge price tags and months-long shipping times. Thankfully, a new option is hitting virtual shelves this month. Made In Cookware is not only functional and durable, but also sleek and smart enough to keep you excited about being in the kitchen. Cost and construction time will please casual cooks and passionate chefs alike.

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On September 7, the company is debuting its first line: a delectably simple collection of fry pans, sauce pans, sauté pans, and stock pots. Each is built with five-ply stainless steel, ensuring even temperature distribution and a tool that is truly durable. Heat-resistant handles and a chemical-free coating provide a safe cooking experience. Plus, every piece dishwasher-safe and stackable for quick clean-up and easy storage, no matter which pot or pan you add to your personal assortment.

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Made In Cookware isn’t just about performance. The pots and pans are also impeccably designed, with soft lines, simple stamping, and a lustrous finish that will look clean and modern on any stove top. The best part is that all of this form and functionality comes at a cost you won’t have to empty your bank accounts to purchase — prices start at just $59.

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Made In Cookware’s collection is available for pre-sale on September 7, so be sure to check them out if you’re looking to upgrade your kitchen.

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