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Emile Henry Tagines

Emile Henry Tagines

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How's this drop back w/o update from shipping vendor seeing dozens of broken/DOA reports below?
Broken in shipping.
It is pretty clear there is insufficient packaging from the Vendor to keep the lid from smashing the plate.

In my case the bubble wrap between the lid and bottom was ruptured.
Why are so many arriving with broken shattered pieces. I would be so disappointe, I have one that I got as a gift and would so love to get a few more but not if they would arrive damaged☹️
Internal box poorly designed. Not enough cushioning between top and bottom. Any rough handling will result in this
Acvr5
I am very sorry to see your tagine arrived broken, If you have not done so already please reach out to Massdrop support.
Mine also came broken. Bottom half is shattered. How do I get a replacement?
ikedolby
I am very sorry to see your tagine arrived broken, If you have not done so already please reach out to Massdrop support.
Mine was broken upon arrival as well. I think the original packaging was not tough enough and the parts bumped against each other.
Lamphare
I am very sorry to see your tagine arrived broken, If you have not done so already please reach out to Massdrop support.
Just arrived, cracked down the middle. Be sure to check yours before breaking down the box!
jvwlong
Mine just arrived broken also


jvwlong
I am very sorry to see your tagine arrived broken, If you have not done so already please reach out to Massdrop support.
41 USD for shipping in Canada!?
Is the quality of Emile Henry as good, or better than Le Creuset?
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I disagree here. The point with clay is temperature stability, for longer, slower cooking. Cast iron is better for some things...clay for others. It's not better or worse per se. Clay...braises and stews. Cast iron...sautes and stir frys.

Clay is usable on a gas stove...electric, you want a diffuser. But I use an Imusa ceramic tagine regularly. One thing you don't want, is to get it hot while empty. That's going to risk cracking it, unless you get full-on flameware...and if there is a flameware tagine still out there, it's gonna run $200 easily.
CraigLewis
NOTE: they do call this Flame Ceramic, and do assert it can be used on an electric burner directly. Not sure this is still full-on flameware...which is capable of going from freezer to burner.
Pics show the Burgundy 12.5" as an option, but it is missing from the drop options. Damn.
LordSlack
I agree, I would have seriously considered the 12.5" Burgundy.
I so want one. Not the time though.
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