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All-Clad outlet in Flemington, NJ

post #1 of 10
Thread Starter 
Has anyone been to this outlet? I'm jonesing for some All-Clad, but don't want to schlep up there if it's not worth it. I think there's a Le Creuset outlet there also...

Any info would be great. Thanks!
post #2 of 10
Well worth it! Especially if you time your visit for one of their sales in which most items are 50-60% less then retail. Call them on their 800 # to find out when the next sale takes place. The staff was very helpful when I was there.
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post #3 of 10
I have been there and it is definately worth the trip. THe staff is very helpful, the selection is incredible. Be prepared for a REAL factory outlet. It is not fancy and the sell true factory seconds, items deemed not fit for retail. If you can live with a little dent or scratch, I would highly recommend it.
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post #4 of 10
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Wow, thanks! Guess I should head over there.
I didn't realize that http://www.cookwarenmore.com/home/index.cfm is their site...it's SO inexpensive (relatively speaking...)!
Is the "irregularity" of the pieces nothing more than minor scratches and stuff?
post #5 of 10
The defects are so minor I can't find them any more. The staff is very helpful and will help you find ones that show little damage.
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post #6 of 10
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awesome! i'm going to go this weekend...
post #7 of 10
Their prices are good on the All-Clad. I looked at their EmerilWare, and that's a different story. A few pieces are on sale there; the 10-piece set, which I got at a local department store during a special sale, was higher than I paid by about $90. You just have to look, I guess.
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post #8 of 10
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So I went to the outlet this morning, and what a score. I got a 10" nonstick fry pan, a 4 qt saute pan, a 3 qt saucepan and an 8 qt stock pot, all for under $400. Full retail would have been over $700! And the "irregularities" aren't even noticeable. I'm very excited. Must...start...cooking...
post #9 of 10

So glad to hear its still there!  The prices are amazing!  I will be making a trip very soon.

post #10 of 10

I go to a restaurant supply in Point Pleasant, NJ.. Best deals around that I have found. Last piece I got was 25% cheaper than the competition.

                    Rudy's Restaurant Supply

                       ___    Arnold Ave.

                    Point Pleasant Beach, NJ

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