September 29, 2020

Farberware Classic 3 Quart Covered Straining Saucepan -Another Look

This is a review of Farberware Classic 3 Quart Covered Straining Saucepan. I hope you find it helpful…

  • Full Cap Base Advantage – Now a stainless steel protector surrounds a thicker aluminum core for easy maintenance and better heat distribution. Since the entire surface is stainless steel, cleanup is easier. Enjoy a lifetime of beauty.
  • Unique straining lids and classically styled phenolic handles are oven safe up to 350?F / 180?C.
  • Durable stainless steel construction – dishwasher safe
  • Thicker, rolled pan rims for extra durability, enhanced drip-free pouring and easy handling.
  • Lifetime Limited Warranty

A clever design for straining, pouring or covered cooking. The lid, made of stainless steel, has a deep rim with optional straining holes. To strain, line the holes up with the pan’s pour spouts and strain with ease. For covered cooking, rotate the lid to close the holes and moisture will stay inside the pan. To pour, remove the lid and use the pour spouts that are built into the pan body. Click toRead the full review here…

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3 thoughts on “Farberware Classic 3 Quart Covered Straining Saucepan -Another Look

  1. 8 of 8 people found the following review helpful:
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Farberware did their job!, September 23, 2010
    By 
    mdoll

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    This review is from: Farberware Classic 3 Quart Covered Straining Saucepan (Kitchen)

    When the package first arrived, I was disappointed. The lid didn’t fit well on the pot, and there was a rattling sound coming from it, like something was stuck between the aluminum and stainless layers of the pots. I knew there was a lifetime warranty, but I also knew I would have to send a big, heavy pot across the country, which would cost a lot to ship. I decided to call Farberware and see if the rattling sound would be covered by the warranty, and if I should ship the lid back, etc. At first I was perplexed, because the lady just said “No. Don’t ship it.” I thought she was confused as to what I was asking, or thought I wanted to return it for a refund instead of a replacement. Anyway, she told me about some first-timer deal (not exactly sure what) where all I had to do was fax a copy of the packing list, along with a note of what was wrong, and my shipping address and that they would send me a brand new pot free of charge. I was skeptical. I googled the fax number, and couldn’t find it related to Farberware anywhere. But I figured I would use the pot as it was and wait a few weeks. If it never showed up, I would be very disappointed, but the pot was usable so it wasn’t worth the shipping cost to send it back.

    ANYWAY, today I got a big package from Farberware with a brand new pot inside, just as promised, and it was perfect. The lid fit tighter and there was no rattling sound. I’m very pleased! I just wish I had sent in a complaint about the 1.5 quart straining pot I also bought. The lid doesn’t fit well either, but I thought since both the pots had the problem I shouldn’t worry about it. Oh well.

    So all in all, it took a long time to actually get a working pot, but now that I have it I am pleased. The straining mechanism is nicer than having to get out a big bulky strainer and having to clean it too. I will say that when you have a pot full of hot water and pasta, it can be daunting having to pick up the pot and hold on to the handle and flip it over, but I haven’t had too much difficulty. And it will probably be better now that the lid fits.

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  2. 5 of 5 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Perfect!, November 3, 2010
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    I’ve been making my own yogurt and was looking for a saucepan in which to heat the milk that wouldn’t turn into a dribble cup when it came time to pour the contents into the small yogurt jars. This pan solved all my problems. It’s the perfect size to heat milk for a 49-oz batch of yogurt, the lip allows me to pour without spilling a drop, the heavy bottom heats evenly, the pan cleans up nicely after use and the design is attractive.

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  3. 4 of 4 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Exactly as expected!, January 27, 2007
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    C.L. (USA) –

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    This is my second pot like this… it’s the perfect size for so many things! I still use my original Farberware Classic pots/pans set received as a wedding gift almost 25 years ago. It’s held up wonderfully over the years… no reason to change brands!

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