Kuhn Rikon 4th Burner Pot (12 Cups)search

Kuhn Rikon 4th Burner Pot (12 Cups)

Kuhn Rikon 4th Burner Pot (12 Cups)

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Just received mine and am surprised that the two I received are markedly different. One has a locking lid and a decorative matte like 3" band around the middle (both of which are shown in the pictures on the web site) the second pot does not have the decorative band and more annoyingly does not have a locking lid. The shipment was one box packed with the pots in separate boxes inside. The locking lid pot came in retail packaging the other was in a plain brown box with a larger sticker reading: "Do Not Open This is a Set"
Did anyone else receive one with the artisanal dent at the bottom? I mean, had they mentioned that there would be some added "patina" ... I might not be so annoyed.
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ADVcyclist
I have submitted a claim to Massdrop Support about the dent and the poor-fitting lid. I literally can not seat the lid completely, lock it, and remove it. It's too tight and seems like the pot is out-of-round. Fix this Massdrop!
ADVcyclist
Submitted my third request for a claim to Massdrop with no response other than the automated reply of:
" Thanks for reaching out to Massdrop Community Support!Due to the nature of your inquiry, this ticket has been forwarded over to a specialized team to better assist you. Please note that this specialty team's days of operation are Monday through Friday.In the meantime, for a complete list of our policies and FAQ, please visit the Help Center at www.massdrop.com/helpcenter. "
Are you serious? Aluminum? No way.....
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Thanks for explaining that. Its not clear in the description.
waltk
You're welcome... Actually, Massdrop just about fails to described at all :( That aluminum 'sandwich' is a feature and a really BIG DEAL!! I would not have joined this drop without doing some additional research. I, as you, would not have considered this 'pot' if it was something other than stainless steel coming in direct contact with my pasta and such :)
I bought this a couple of years ago, amazon I think. For this price, on sale. Nice pot. Until I started steaming my hardboiled eggs this is what I used foe eggs once a week. I still use it (but a lot less) for pasta and asparagus mostly. Takes up little space, so it's good if you're using the burners with big pots. Well made too. In retrospect it's not something I'd buy again, just because it's too niche a pot for my uses.
wondering if it's heavy enough to use on a camp stove......?
Tambee
For sure. It is not titanium. I think it is considered too heavy to backpack with.
Bought an earlier version of this off Woot years ago and it has been extremely useful. Our stove top is small enough that this guy opens up a lot of real estate when when we just need something boiled/steamed. This also looks like a much nicer, updated version compared to my 5 year old one.
Would this be a good pot to deep fry in?
fishbulb
fishbulb
I used it for frying, and it works but: 1. The basket is tall, making emptying it difficult at the end of frying. 2. I was hoping I could use less oil compared to a pan, but you still need quite a bit. What you save with a smaller base you pay back in height 3. You can only fry limited quantities at a time.
So at the end of the day, I wouldn’t recommend frying with it.
We have this pot and use it for small batch canning. It perfectly water bath cans a single jar without the mess or hassle of bringing out the giant canning pot.
This is the ideal pot for steaming veggies as well, especially asparagus.
looks like a great ravioli pot!
rsheldiii12
the best ravioli pot! the basket makes things very easy.
The write up says that it is made out of Aluminum, but in the video the pot is marked as being made of stainless steel.
Which is it?
ApathyMonk
It's made up of 18/10 stainless steel with an encapsulated aluminum sandwich base for optimum heat distribution. If it's fully aluminum, it won't work on induction cookers.
FeebleOldMan
Right on! Makes sense
Got one of the earlier model from Woo+ and it quickly became the most used pot for boiling, think eggs or pasta. Like the look of this one, so +1.