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Winware Stainless Steel 8 Quart Stock Pot with Cover

4.6
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NZ$ 236.00
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  • Heavy weight stainless with encapsulated bottom
  • Durable commercial grade
  • NSF Listed
  • Heavy gauge stainless steel cover
  • 8 quart stock pot

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Customer Reviews

Ok for the priceI use this for beer making. Using it with an induction burner. My only issue is that it will leak from the handle riviets. Still decent for the price.3Much better than I expectedI had a set of Volrath stock pots once I bought at a restaurant supply house. They were utilitarian and good. This pot is nearly as heavy gage, has the encapsulated bottom which I like for low heat simmering and for avoiding burning thick soups. The handles are attached to a plate ( swaged over where you can't see it ) The plate is then spot welded at many points, all in all creating a strong but nice looking connection without the rivets showing on the pot interior. All in all I feel like I got a lot more stock pot than I paid for.5I absolutely love these stock pots!Excellent, heavy duty pot. have two of these pots. I put these things through the the ultimate test by cooking 45 gallons of potato soup in 2 days. I had high heat from a propane camp stove on these pots for a good 2 hours, let them cool, washed them and put them on heat for another 2 hours. I did this 3 times each day. They performed beautifully. The thick bottom does an excellent job evenly distributing the heat and preventing burning. I had used cheaper pots to make this soup in the past and had to stir frequently to avoid sticking on the bottom. I also had to soak them to clean them. Not with these pots. I had 0 sticking and was stirring infrequently. Washing was a snap because nothing stuck to them. I also used these pots to can vegetables and they worked great. I highly recommend this stock pot. They are made in China, but they don't follow the stigma.5The lid is heavy and very nicely built. It pours well into other pans or ...I need the real deal for cooking huge pots of broth, a whole pigs head, long simmer times without wondering if the pot will fail. I does have a defect in the bottom of the pan that is a bulge but only about an 2 inches. The lid is heavy and very nicely built. It pours well into other pans or strainer. I am in love with this pot.5Great productThis is the 6th (that's right, 6th) of this product I've purchased. The first was for my personal use. The other 5 for a technology where I teach. This is high-quality stainless steel with a thick bottom which results in even heat. Cheese which under ordinary circumstances we would need to stir to keep from burning does not have to be stirred if the temp is low. The handles--spot welded--might have been spot welded for greater strength but the spot welds have held well and this product is very reasonably priced. Great product for the money.5Great large non-reactive stockpot for the priceThis is a great stockpot for the price. I've only used it twice, so I can't comment on long-term durability, but the "finish" seems excellent and the pot & lid feel solidly constructed. I bought this pot for dyeing clothes and will probably use it for other non-food-related projects. Note that the packaging was very cheap, and there were some very small marks scattered across the bottom of the pot. Having read a lot of negative reviews of cheap made-in-China stockpots, I was worried this one (a bit more expensive but far from the priciest) would have problems. But the discolored spots scrubbed off easily, and I'm very pleased with the pot. The lid fits well, the shape is pretty tall & narrow so the pot fits stably on one burner of my ordinary US gas stove with only minor spillover, and best of all, it heats unusually fast. Like I said, I bought it for dyeing clothes: the chemicals involved are pretty nasty (at least for something you'd use in your kitchen), & the pot stays on the stove for a long time. I haven't observed any signs of reactivity. Since I didn't get this pot for cooking, I have no idea how it would work for e.g. cooking onions in butter, much less browning something, but if you'll only be cooking in liquid, this pot would likely be a good choice. Final comments: the handles are comfortable & seem sturdy; the lid is flat, making the whole thing easier to store; and the pot is light & easy to lift even when full, without seeming flimsy. Given what I'm using it for, if this pot were going to dent or deform readily, it likely would've already: instead, it's fine. If you're looking for a reasonably large pot for any use requiring a non-reactive material, I'd highly recommend this one. Just make sure to unpack & clean it right away, so if you're unlucky & your pot has been damaged in shipping or has some kind of defect, you're within the Amazon return window. Given the crummy packaging, I imagine either is possible.5Balanced heat distribution when cooking.I know this is going to sound silly but, this pot is so beautiful, I hesitated to use it as I just wanted to keep looking at it. It is pristine, solid and well made. It was packaged extremely well to prevent any damage to the surface of the pot.I make a large pot of gumbo every Christmas Eve and many soups and stews throughout the year. This year, not only will the gumbo taste good but it will look good as well.To break in the pot, I saut ed the trinity (onion, bell pepper and celery). The heavy bottom and even heating made quick work of the process.Since we eat with our eyes first, no problem here.5A Little Short...Received the 8 qt. stock pot today. This appears to be a restaurant quality pot. It is very well made and substantial in weight. Even the lid is heavy. It was well packed, no dents as others have stated. The handles are of high quality.I gave it 4 stars rather than 5 because my only issue is that I thought the pot would be taller and slightly narrower as shown in the photo. The description says, "14 x 10 x 10". It is actually only about 8" high...I thought it was going to be at least 10" high. I wanted to use the pot for double batches of marinara sauce and small batch canning. Perhaps I read the description incorrectly.Having said that, it is a great buy and I will keep it although I am disappointed by the height (or lack of it).4Love this stockpot!Excellent quality. I have the 32-quart model and simmered a batch of tomato sauce for 24-hours with minimal stirring. Amazing heat distribution; no burning at all! Will last a lifetime and then some.5Solid, Well MadeI bought the 16 quart version of this pot. It's well made and sturdy. It's slightly magnetic (more so on the outside than on the inside) so I'm not sure what alloy this is, but the rivets and handles are sturdy and it seems to transfer heat well.4Best pot for stews Best pot I have ever used to cook stew in.We did a dinner for 70 people and needed a pot to cook beef stew in. That pot allowed the stew to be first cooked for 4 hours on a gas stove, then reheated on a small element of an electric stove for 6 hours without ANY of it sticking at the bottom.I was used to scrape off at lease 1/8 inch of nasty burned food every time I used my old pot to do anything like this.Not with this pot. Barely a trace of stew was left on the bottom after reheating and even that washed away with a sponge.I did boil water in the pot prior to using it. This helped ensure that no metallic taste would be in the food. I'm not sure if I read that trick on a review for this pot or another, but it was a good tip.I LOVE THIS POT! 4Decent stock pot for the price Pros:There's a 1/2" lip around the top edge of the pot, making it very rigid.The pot & lid weigh in at over 14.5#The lid is convex/domed for strength & rigidity.Handles are sturdily attached with spot welds AND stainless rivets.The thick stainless clad aluminum disc bottom is hefty.Cons:The brushed finish is rather coarse both inside and out, making cleaning a little more work.Made in Communist China where there are over 1100 documented forced labor camps in which are made products for sale in foreign markets, such as the U.S. Many of the folks in these camps are there for no other reason that speaking critically of "the Party". 4
Winware Stainless Steel 8 Quart Stock Pot with Cover

Winware Stainless Steel 8 Quart Stock Pot with Cover

4.6
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
NZ$ 236.00
Sale price
NZ$ 236.00
Regular price
NZ$ 390.00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (NZ$ 154.00)