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Martha Stewart Collection Cooking Elements Multi-Pot, 12 Qt.

Martha Stewart Collection Cooking Elements Multi-Pot, 12 Qt.
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Martha Stewart Collection Cooking Elements Multi-Pot, 12 Qt.

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Product Details:
Package Length: 12.7 inches
Package Width: 11.7 inches
Package Height: 11.6 inches
Package Weight: 10.15 pounds
Average Customer Rating: based on 3 reviews
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Average Customer Review:2.5 ( 3 customer reviews )
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8 of 9 found the following review helpful:

1not the quality I expected from Martha  Jan 03, 2010
By M. Walker
I bought this set at Macy's and returned it today. It seemed like a great deal, including a 12 qt stock pot, pasta insert, and steamer insert. However, after handwashing the set once, the bottom of the stock pot has a lot of tiny rust stains. I certainly did not expect this and instead of trying to scrub rust off so the pot could be used, I took it back to the store.

1 of 1 found the following review helpful:

5Love this pot...  Nov 03, 2013
By georgia
I bought this pot about 3 years ago. I absolutely love it. I use it to make chicken broth, tamales, soups, and pasta. It cleans up well, and after using it about once or twice a month it still looks like new. I noticed that one rater complained about rust, but I've not had that problem. This is one of the best pots I've ever used.

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1Disappointed  May 31, 2011
By Eunis
I purchased this pot from Macy's and was excited to replace 2 pots that were crowding my cabinet. However, on first use, when I was washing up, noticed what I thought was a dent in the top of the stock pot and on closer inspection, found that it was cracked! about a 2 inch crack from the top down. Needless to say, it is going back to Macy's which is very inconvenient since the store is over an hour from my home. I am searching for the receipt (which I usually never throw away) and can't recall whether I paid cash or charged the item. The sales associate at Macy's stated they sell a lot of these and have never had this problem before!

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