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The Large Stockpot

$79
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Heavy-duty stainless steel, heat-resistant silicone handles. This brilliant large stockpot makes boilovers a thing of the past.  Fits best with our Medium Universal Lid, but also fits the Large Universal Lid. Fits with The Steamer Insert.

Free Shiping on Orders Over $99
Induction Compatible
Induction Compatible
Limited Lifetime Warranty
Limited Lifetime Warranty
Free shipping
Free Shipping
Product Specs
Range

Accent Series

Size:

9.5 in/8 qt

Induction

Yes

Body Material:
Stainless steel

Color:
Matte black with gold accent

Handles:
Stainless steel with heat-resistant silicone

Interior Surface:
Stainless steel
Use & Care
Suitable Cooktops:
Induction, gas, electric, ceramic, and halogen

Dishwasher-safe:
Yes, absolutely

Oven-safe Temp:
445°F
Shipping
Free shipping on orders over $99. All packages are shipped from Fairfield, California. Shipping charges for orders under $99 are calculated per total product weight and ship-to address. Allow 1-2 business days for your order to ship. A tracking number will be sent via email once your order has been shipped.
Free UPS® Ground Shipping On All Domestic Orders

All packages are shipped from Fairfield, California. Shipping charges are calculated per total product weight and ship-to address. Allow 1-2 business days for your order to ship. A tracking number will be sent via email once your order has been shipped.

UPS does not ship to Army Post Office (APO), Fleet Post Office (FPO), or PO Boxes. All orders shipping to an APO, FPO, or PO Box address will be fulfilled via USPS.

“This stockpot will help you prevent messy boilovers”

The Large Stockpot

Finally, cookware designed for the true food-loving home cook

Tailor-made for how people really cook

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  • Made for home cooks
  • easy to clean
  • Induction Compatible
  • Human-Centered Design
  • Made for home cooks
  • easy to clean
  • Induction Compatible
  • Human-Centered Design
  • Made for home cooks
  • easy to clean
  • Induction Compatible
  • Human-Centered Design

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Trust us when we say we understand what it's like to be let down by your cookware.
With Meyer, it doesn't have to be that way!

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Durable and
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Compact storage
Universal lids
Multiple materials
Beautiful,
comfortable handles
Human-centered
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People are asking...

Where is this product designed and made?
It's designed by the Meyer Labs team in California and Hong Kong, and made at our top-of-the-line manufacturing campus in beautiful coastal Thailand, near Si Racha (of hot sauce fame!).

We're originally founded in Hong Kong but have global offices and teammates from around the world, including Japan, Italy, Australia, the UK, Korea, and elsewhere.
Why should I trust the quality of these products?
They're made by Meyer, one of the world's top cookware makers with a 70+ year heritage, and the makers behind KitchenAid, Hestan, Circulon, and Anolon cookware.
What are the pans made of?
The stockpot and lids are made from heavy gauge, premium white stainless steel makes for the best performance in boiling and steaming. The handles are made from a special high temperature silicone for added comfort, oven-safety, and finger-protecting insulation. The pans are finished with a high-heat, oven-safe matte black exterior and stainless steel induction bases.
How can I get food to not stick to my stainless steel? How do I know when my pan is hot enough to start cooking?
To fry on stainless steel without sticking, heat the pan for a bit and dash ⅛ teaspoon of water onto the cooking surface. Check for the following:

  • Water bubbles and steams - you’re getting close
  • Water sizzles while tiny beads dance across the surface of the pan - getting closer
  • One or two big beads form immediately upon dropping them onto the pan. Bingo!
  • If the pan is too hot, your water will break up into many medium beads that glide across the pan surface. If this happens, remove pan from heat for a few seconds before trying again.

Once you’ve hit the sweet spot, dry the pan with a dish towel and add oil. After a few seconds, add your food. It should stick less.