All-Clad

All-Clad D3 Tri-Ply Stainless Steel Stockpot

$279.99$349.99
 All-Clad D3 Tri-Ply Stainless Steel Stockpot
All-Clad

All-Clad D3 Tri-Ply Stainless Steel Stockpot

$279.99$349.99
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Sweeten the pot.

All-Clad’s been in the cookware biz for over 50 years, and we can tell. Their pots and pans are as durable as they come, with extra perks besides. This D3 stainless-steel stock pot is no exception—it has tri-ply construction with an aluminum core for maximum durability and extra-speedy heating, safe up to 600°F. The riveted handles give you a trusty grip, while the matching lid keeps all that flavor and moisture inside. Best of all? It's compatible with all cooktops (yep, that means induction, too) so you can simmer bone broths, boil lobster, and prep bisque for a crowd.

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What is bonded cookware?

Each metal has unique strengths, like thermal conductivity, corrosion resistance or ductility. By bonding metals together, All-Clad is able to combine the strengths of multiple metals into one material. Cookware largely features two types of bonding: fully bonded (from rim to rim) and on the base alone. Fully bonded cookware is most premium, delivering fast, even heat distribution and stability throughout the entire pan. Bonding on the cookware base alone will improve heat distribution on the cooking surface and protect against warping.

Sweeten the pot.

All-Clad’s been in the cookware biz for over 50 years, and we can tell. Their pots and pans are as durable as they come, with extra perks besides. This D3 stainless-steel stock pot is no exception—it has tri-ply construction with an aluminum core for maximum durability and extra-speedy heating, safe up to 600°F. The riveted handles give you a trusty grip, while the matching lid keeps all that flavor and moisture inside. Best of all? It's compatible with all cooktops (yep, that means induction, too) so you can simmer bone broths, boil lobster, and prep bisque for a crowd.

Free Standard Shipping on Orders $149+
and Easy-Breezy Returns

What is bonded cookware?

Each metal has unique strengths, like thermal conductivity, corrosion resistance or ductility. By bonding metals together, All-Clad is able to combine the strengths of multiple metals into one material. Cookware largely features two types of bonding: fully bonded (from rim to rim) and on the base alone. Fully bonded cookware is most premium, delivering fast, even heat distribution and stability throughout the entire pan. Bonding on the cookware base alone will improve heat distribution on the cooking surface and protect against warping.