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Martha Stewart Collection Cooking Elements Stock Pot, 16 Qt.

Martha Stewart Collection Cooking Elements Stock Pot, 16 Qt.
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Martha Stewart Collection Cooking Elements Stock Pot, 16 Qt.

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Description:

New item, never taken out of the box. Comes in original packaging - purchased from Macys.

Features:
  • Stainless Steel 16-Qt Brand New in BOX.

Product Details:
Package Length: 12.5 inches
Package Width: 12.2 inches
Package Height: 10.2 inches
Package Weight: 7.7 pounds
Average Customer Rating: based on 6 reviews
Customer Reviews:
Average Customer Review:2.5 ( 6 customer reviews )
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

1 of 1 found the following review helpful:

5I love this stock pot  Sep 02, 2012
By Alesia "Al"
Reading the other reviews, I must be the odd one out, but my stock pot is excellent. I've had it for 2 years and use it for a lot of canning and making soups. It's very heavy, nice thick sides, and doesn't burn. I love the vented glass lid too, I don't have to open it up to see how whatever I'm cooking is progressing. I got on Amazon looking for another one (preferably larger) and was surprised at the other reviews. I use mine very frequently and on a gas cooktop. Now I just want a 20 or 24 qt version.

1 of 1 found the following review helpful:

1MARTHA STEWART 16 QT STOCK POT  Jan 18, 2012
By barry
i was given this as a christmas gift. i made chicken soup and when i washed the pot i noticed 2 cracks near the handle.VERY POORLY MADE. DON'T WASTE YOUR MONEY........

3 of 4 found the following review helpful:

1rusted in the bottom - too thin and very poor quality!  Sep 21, 2010
By Hansi "amazon_Hansi"
I bought mine from Macy's and the quality was horrible. never buy it! I will call customer service and complain about its quality - cannot believe martha can sell such poor quality stuff!

2 of 3 found the following review helpful:

5just what we were looking for  Mar 19, 2010
By E. Gerschutz
My husband does a lot of cooking and needed a pot that had a good solid bottom to heat well on our flat top stove. This pot is heavy but very well made and will be very useful for freezing sweet corn this summer or making vegetable soup.

1 of 2 found the following review helpful:

1Bought two, both cracked  Oct 07, 2011
By SALwxguy
Can I rate ZERO stars?? I would not recommend this stock pot. I purchased one, opened the box to discover the lip of the pot was cracked so I took it back to the store for a replacement. I checked the replacement to ensure it was good, and it was. Cooked in it twice, and the lip cracked again. I took the second one back for a refund. After reading many online reviews there are many similar instances. I will not purchase a Martha Stewart product again. I'll stick with Pampered Chef, Pottery Barn, or William Sonoma.

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