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Viking 3-Ply Pot Set (4 Pieces)

Viking 3-Ply Pot Set (4 Pieces)

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Really wish I has a use for this rather overpriced drop! Problem is, I've already got these few/limited functions covered with other pieces and buying these just wouldn't add any additional utility--you can only boil water so many ways!
Dang, this looks really nice, but I just ordered an almost identical All-Clad product.
Is this $500 set the same set that is on Amazon with a list of $249.99 marked down to $199.95 on sale for $149.95 ? Saving $15 is a nice, but it is feels misleading to suggest it is normally $500. https://smile.amazon.com/Viking-3-Ply-Stainless-Steel-Steamer/dp/B01699DYJO/
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Wazu
Yep. This is the same practice that Amazon got in trouble for recently - comparing their price to a very inflated list price that nobody ever actually pays.
https://www.recode.net/2017/1/11/14243250/amazon-canada-fine-list-prices-misleading-pricing
Wazu
Well, saving fifteen dollars WOULD be nice if there wasn't 13.25 in shipping. So... Amazon or here.... save a buck seventy fiveah and wait three and a half months or just go to Amazon and have it day after tomorrow.
The only experience I have dealing with Viking is with their appliances. Their appliances are a nightmare to service, and their quality ranges from scrap metal to barely functional. I worked in appliance repair and when we ordered parts, we never got them in a reasonable time, we never got the same replacement parts, it often required conversion to fit without instructions, and to physically service was a bitch. To fix the evaporator drain tray in a built in a viking refrigerator requires every removable part out of the refrigerator short of the door gaskets to access a part they refuse to make replacements of. Do not buy from this company, because I have never seen a client happy with viking.
njack1994
I had a helicopter mechanic tell me about the engine block of a Bell helicopter, a jet ranger with a vertical shaft that must be sealed before setting the ball bearings nearly four inches into a lip in the block housing. They needed to be placed into this lip one by one, too far to reach, too difficult to use a mechanical pincher. They would take a small stick with a dab of grease, place the ball bearing on the dab of grease and fish around till they found the channel. It took hours. You know who never cared? The pilot.
njack1994
Never owned a Viking appliance, but I LOVE my Viking Pressure Cooker!
Apparently Viking items can be either made in the US or made in China, and have different levels of quality. Where were these items made?
esoomenona
The Multi Cooker is made in China. I think you will be impressed by the quality. We have had great feedback on it so far.
It is a little-known fact that Viking raiding parties carried their stainless cookware with them.
aeberbach
They had to in order to ensure even heat distribution. You wouldn't want to upset them with inconsistently cooked food after they rowed long distances across the sea.
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