KitchenAid Tri-Ply Stainless 12-Pc Cookware Set

KitchenAid Tri-Ply Stainless 12-Pc Cookware Set
Price: $199.99
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Can these pots be used on induction cooktop?

Yes, that is why they say magnetic stainless steel outer layer.

My concern is the welded handles. No guarantee they won’t eventually come off. I like riveted.

Anyone have some insight on if these (primarily the skillets) are safe to go in oven? Gut says yes but ¯_(ツ)_/¯

The comparable set on Amazon is oven safe to 500 degrees.

I have this set, for which I paid approx. $350. No problems with the welded handles in over a year. I understand your concern, but the welds are so much easier to clean than the rivets.

Are these non-stick?

no.

$999 list price, Come on woot be serious for once!

The handles on the glass lids are metal and I strongly urge anyone that gets these to use oven mits, a bbq glove, or a towel folded over when removing the lids if you’ve got the pan hot or liquid boiling. For some people, under some conditions, these get too hot to touch in my opinion. I know this will not bother everyone, but I also don’t want you to get burned. Safety first.