KitchenAid

Hard-Anodized Nonstick 8-Quart Stockpot with Lid

$64.99

QUICK HEATING PERFORMANCE: Thick aluminum base and thinner side walls provide quick heat distribution and a lightweight, warp-resistant stockpot

MADE FOR EVERYDAY COOKING: KitchenAid stockpot is crafted from durable hard anodized aluminum that is 6x harder than traditional aluminum for quick heat distribution and everyday use

TRIPLE LAYER NONSTICK: Stockpot interior has been finished with triple layer nonstick for long-lasting food release and easy cleaning

GOURMET UPGRADE: Handle rivets are finished with triple layer nonstick to release foods and keep the interior of the 8-quart pot looking newer, longer

GLASS LID: Tempered glass lid fits snug on the rim of the pot to lock in heat and flavor

Product Dimensions:
14.17"L x 10.55"W x 9.37"H
1000


Featuring a thick, forged aluminum base to provide quick heat distribution, while thinner side walls allow the pot to remain lightweight and warp-resistant. This 8-quart stockpot has been crafted from durable hard anodized aluminum that is 6x harder than traditional aluminum for long-lasting everyday cooking. Chili pot interior and handle rivets have been finished with triple-layer nonstick to effortlessly release foods and keep the pot looking newer, longer, even when crafting rich stews and pasta sauces. Dual riveted stainless steel handles are finished with silicone grips to remain cooler while cooking when compared to traditional stainless steel handles, while the tempered glass lid retains heat and flavor.

SKU : 84805

Base Material: Basemark

Body Material: Hard Anodized Aluminum

Exterior Finish: Silicone Polyester

Handles: Dual Riveted (nonstick) Silicone with Stainless Steel

Interior Surface: Nonstick

Lid Material: Glass

Dishwasher Safe: No

Induction Suitable: No

Oven-safe Temperature: 400°F cookware, 350°F lids

Lifetime Warranty

KitchenAid® Hard-Anodized

Durable construction

Hard-anodized is 6x harder than aluminum for durability

Easy to clean

Coated rivets create a fully nonstick interior

Lock in heat

Tempered glass lids retain heat and flavor

Stove-to-oven meals

Cookware is oven safe up to 400°F, glass lids to 350°F

Get the Most Out of Your Cookware

Match your burner size to your pan size. Don't leave an empty pan on a hot burner or to boil dry.
Heat your pans on medium to low heat. Try a little oil or butter to avoid cooking sprays.
Use potholders when handling hot cookware. Use silicone or wooden utensils.
Cool cookware completely before hand-washing with warm soapy water and a soft sponge

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