How to Buy Calphalon Cookware

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If you're in the market for non-stick cookware, consider buying Calphalon. Made from anodized aluminum, not Teflon, Calphalon is more than just pots and pans, because the anodization treatment helps your cookware stand up to damage from abrasion or corrosion. You can cook your meals and feel confident that your cookware will get the job done each and every time.

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Instructions

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    Consider what cookware you're in need of. You may be in the market for a whole new line of cookware or just a reliable frying pan. Calphalon offers 8-, 10- or even 12-piece sets depending on which cookware line you're looking at and what your needs are.

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    Compare the options of Calphalon cookware available. You can choose from five types of Calphalon cookware, each bringing their own unique style and color pallet, as well as their individual categories within. The five main cookware choices are the infused anodized, non-stick, stainless steel, enamel cast iron and copper. If you're looking for a dishwasher safe option, look toward the contemporary or tri-ply stainless, the C5 or simply Calphalon non-stick and/or the enamel cast iron.

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    Locate stores that sell Calphalon cookware. Online retailers offering the Calphalon line are Cooking and Amazon. You can also visit Williams-Sonoma, Linens-n-Things, Macy's, Crate & Barrel, Bed Bath & Beyond or Bloomingdale's online or in person to view their products and prices.

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    Purchase your cookware. Ask about the lifetime warranty and whom you can contact in the event of a problem with your Calphalon cookware.

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