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Staub 24cm Cocotte $229.99 Delivered @ Costco (Membership Required)

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If you're serious about your pot roast. This is a really low price for this historically. If you go instore at ACT Costco they are only $214.98. Could be the same at other Costco's

Staub and Le Creuset seem to be the highest quality brands for these types of products. Seems to be subjective preference as to which brand is better. Heres a previous Le Creuset deal https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/620521

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  • +2 votes

    Staub and Le Creuset seem to be the highest quality brands for these types of products

    Right up there with Crofton of Germany

    • +6 votes

      Nah - Aldi's stuff is ok but it doesn't hold water to the French products.

      Same careful treatment of all at my house. Aldi's enamel starts coming off within the first year while nothing ever seems to bother the Staub/Le Creuset crew. Of course their prices are bonkers but you do buy into a lifetime product. Worth it? Only you can say.

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        Yup same. The little water droplet spots on the underside of the lid for my Crofton pot started to wear off. There's nothing that even touches it because its on the lid.

  • +1 vote

    Love these deals

  • -1 vote

    Would you ever use one made in China?

  • +1 vote

    I have this pot in 26cms! It is amazing!! Especially for slow cooking

  • +1 vote

    yeah, Staub pots are the best. Great deal.

  • +2 votes

    Have Staub and La Creuset in the house. I have dabbled with lesser enamle cookware which is Ok but you get what you pay for.

    The Staub Cocotte is simply the best - much prefer to LaCreuset. The satin/matt black inside cleans up so easily compared to LaCreuset and other knock offs.

    Watch amazon for a deal on the larger sizes - I paid $244 for a 28cm shipped from the UK.

    People say 28cm is too big, get a smaller one. I say you can always put less in it but what you reach capacity that is it. In an ideal world I might have 3 different sizes. In my world I have one big one (OK, I suspect my wife might not like trying to lift it when full but who cares as I am the Staub cook).

    • -1 vote

      Le Creuset is hardly a knockoff. Precedes Staub by decades. Family has both white enamel and black satin Le Creuset pots and fry pans which are decades old. ALL showing wear.

      For anyone looking for cheaper alternatives Harris-Scarfe has decent Smith&Nobel versions currently on sale.

    • +1 vote

      The satin/matt black inside cleans up so easily compared to

      The dark inside makes it harder to see how dark your fond is getting. One reason it isn't rated as well by the likes of America's test kitchen.
      They also don't like the knobs which get wiggly frequently. And the lids have the spikes and ridge which make it harder to clean.