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Hello and welcome to the Made In Cookware Review brought to you by the team at Millennial Homeowner. Here, I have given my honest, in-depth review of Made In cookware sets, single-item products, as well as a background of the brand’s history and its global reputation as of now. Also included in this review is a comparison of different cookware products and how they weigh up against Made In cookware.

By the end of the article, my wish for you is that you will be confident in your knowledge of the different cookware lines out there by  Made In cookware and that you will feel empowered to make the best, most informed decisions for your kitchen and cookware goals. So, without further ado, I do hope you enjoy reading this review as much as I’ve enjoyed putting it together!

 

Made in Cookware Copper Set

Table of Contents

About Made In Cookware

History of Made In Cookware

Established in 2016 by best friends Jake Kalick and Chip Malt, Made In is a super young and energetic brand and has shaken up the world of cookware as the new disruptor in town. As one of the best cookware manufacturers in the US, the story of Jake and Chip is truly remarkable.

As early as 5 years of age, the two boys had already established a strong friendship for life, as they grew up together in Boston and would eventually move out to New York after completing college. Both driven by a love for cooking, Jake and Chip would host dinners to maintain ties with friends in the busy Big Apple.

Jake, in particular, was backed by a family history of commercial kitchen supply workers, which exposed him and Chip to a world of knowledge. This led them to the realization that people were not aware of the type of cookware they were using in their homes or even the name of the brands they use daily.

Motivated by this thought, the two best friends decided they wanted to dedicate themselves to bridging the gap between consumer and product by creating a cookware brand that can inspire home cooks to strive for the best while also making dinner-hosting “fun again.”

As such, Jake and Chip would eventually create Made In, a brand based on a direct product-to-consumer model, which eliminates the middleman and makes cooking more personal. This is the core philosophy of Made In, as the name itself is derived from the notion that “the best experiences are Made In our kitchens, whether that is exploring a culture through their cuisine, hosting a date night or dinner party, or mastering a recipe passed down through generations.”

 

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What is the Made-in product lineup?

Made In boasts a range of cookware sets and products made of top-quality stainless steel materials and 5-ply metal construction. High performance and high durability come at half the price of their competitors. This is what Made In strives to accomplish in the market.

While their incredible 5-ply stainless steel range is indeed the brand’s major selling point and area of specialty, they do offer more than that. Cookware sets made of carbon steel and copper are also top selling points, as well as kitchen knives and accessories. However, in this review, I will only be covering Made In cookware and the various types, leaving the knives out of this little discussion.

The common denominator for all of Made In’s pots and pans is that they are all made with ergonomic stay-cool curved handles. In terms of materials, they vary greatly depending on the item, ranging from its famous 5-ply stainless steel clad to copper, non-stick and blue carbon.

Below is the product line up for this Made In cookware review:

  • Copper Set
  • Executive Set
  • Sous Chef Set
  • Starter Set
  • Non-Stick Set
  • Blue Carbon Set

 

Materials Used

As can be seen from the sets described thus far, each set has its advantages. The main materials used in Made In cookware are 5-ply stainless steel clad, often consisting of three core layers of heavy gauge aluminum. Depending on the cookware set you go for, other materials used would include copper, carbon steel, and non-stick coating, which may or may not be used in conjunction with one another. 

Product lines

5-ply stainless steel cookware is the main product offered by Made In, followed by carbon steel cookware and copper cookware. From there, the list continues to also include kitchen knives and then kitchen accessories.

Handles

Made In cookware comprises stainless steel handles on its products, which are both ergonomic and heat-resistant. Additionally, Made In pans also have a slight bend on the handle to prevent your hand from getting too close to the hot surface. The handle is also curved in an upward direction to give you great control from a distance, saving you from too much heat in your face while you’re cooking. Finally, the curved handle is attached with two bolts to the rivet, including an engraved Made In logo.

 

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Made In Cookware Pros and Cons

Pros

  • Huge range of sets available
  • Award-winning materials used
  • Most sets are compatible with all cooktops
  • All sets come with curved stay-cool ergonomic handles
  • Highly durable pots and pans
  • High-performing pots and pans
  • Superior heat retention and conduction
  • Non-stick double coating sets available
  • 5-ply durable stainless steel clad available
  • Oven safe for at least 500 degrees Fahrenheit, with some reaching levels as high as 1200 degrees Fahrenheit
  • All products come with a limited lifetime warranty
  • Direct to consumer model gives consumers better quality at a lower price

Cons

  • Most items are not dishwasher safe
  • Some items are not compatible with induction cooktops

 

Made In Cookware Review

Depending on your cooking style and your kitchen needs, there is likely a Made In cookware set for you. Here are their most popular cookware sets reviewed.

Made In Copper Set Review

The Copper Set

What’s Included

  • 1.9 Quart Saucepan with Lid
  • 5.2 Quart Rondeau with Lid
  • 5.2 Quart Saucier with Lid

Made in Copper Set review

Pros

  • Superior heat control
  • Copper core heat conduction
  • Stainless steel linings make cleaning easy
  • Limited lifetime warranty
  • Stunning shine for aesthetics
  • Ergonomic stay-cool curved handles
  • Oven safe

 

Cons

  • Not dishwasher safe
  • Not compatible with induction cooktop

 

Overall Made In Copper Set Review

 

Made in Cookware Copper Set

This is some of the best copper cookware out there. Copper sets excel in heat conduction and temperature control and are great for searing meats and stir-frying.

Made In’s Copper Set is a unique set of cookware consisting of 90% copper and 10% stainless steel, with no aluminum involved. You may think to yourself, what’s the problem with aluminum? The problem is really to do with the manufacturing of aluminum which produces a lot more carbon emissions than copper and retains chemicals such as PFOAs(1). If that’s not enough of a selling point for you, there’s also the fact that copper is among the most heat-conductive metals in the world, so you can be sure that your food is never undercooked with these pots and pans.

Unfortunately, you cannot use this cookware on an induction cooktop, which will definitely be a problem for many consumers, I would imagine. But for those that can use it, you will love the aesthetics and design of this set, with ergonomic stay-cool curved handles for easy control and a shine that’s so bright it’ll have your whole party asking about its beauty. I absolutely would recommend this set if you are willing to pay a little extra for superior quality. (And if your cooktop is not induction!)

 

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Made In Executive Set Review

The Executive Chef

What’s Included

  • 8-inch Non-Stick Frying Pan
  • 10-inch Non-Stick Frying Pan
  • 10-inch Stainless Steel Frying Pan
  • 12-inch Stainless Steel Frying Pan
  • 12 inch Blue Carbon Steel Frying Pan
  • Blue Carbon Steel Wok
  • 2 Quart Saucepan with Lid
  • 4 Quart Saucepan with Lid
  • 3.5 Quart Saute Pan with Lid
  • 8 Quart Stock Pot with Lid
  • 6 oz can Carbon Steel Seasoning Wax

Pros

  • Huge variety of different cookware
  • Non-stick coated frying pans for seamless cooking
  • 5-ply Stainless steel pans are highly durable
  • Award-winning high-quality carbon wok
  • Seasoning wax included, so carbon wok lasts longer
  • Ergonomic stay-cool curved handles
  • Limited lifetime warranty
  • Compatible on all cooktops
  • Oven safe

Cons

  • Metal utensils may scratch stainless steel clad and non-stick cookware
  • Carbon wok requires seasoning before each use

 

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Overall Made In Executive Set Review

Made In executive chef review

This set is indeed at the level of “executive,” as it simply covers everything you could ever want in a cookware set. The iconic 5-ply stainless steel with triple aluminum and stainless steel layers provide ultimate durability to last you a lifetime if properly looked after.

Compatible on all cooktops and such an amazing range, from the iconic Made In 5-ply stainless steel to the award-winning carbon wok and the non-stick coated frying pans, this executive set leaves nothing out.

I was absolutely shocked at the decent price of this set, considering how many different pieces are included, all of which are made with high-quality materials. I definitely would recommend this set to those who want a taste of a wider range of Made In cookware without losing out on their famous stainless steel clad cookware.

While this set does not include copper, it was a necessary sacrifice to ensure that the Made In Executive Set was completely induction compatible. With stay-cool curved ergonomic handles on all necessary products in this set, you can’t go wrong with this one!

 

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Made In Sous Chef Set Review

The Sous Chef - 2019 Version

What’s Included

  • 10-inch Non-Stick Frying Pan
  • 10-inch Stainless Clad Frying Pan
  • 12 inch Carbon Steel Frying Pan
  • 2 Quart Saucepan with Lid
  • 4 Quart Saucepan with Lid
  • 3.5 Quart Saute Pan with Lid
  • 8 Quart Stock Pot with Lid
  • 2 oz can Carbon Steel Seasoning Wax

Pros

  • Good variety of different cookware
  • Non-stick coated frying pan for seamless cooking
  • 5-ply Stainless steel pans are highly durable
  • Award-winning high-quality cookware materials used
  • Seasoning wax included, so carbon pan lasts longer
  • Ergonomic stay-cool curved handles
  • Limited lifetime warranty
  • Compatible on all cooktops
  • Oven safe

 

Cons

  • Metal utensils may scratch stainless steel clad and non-stick cookware
  • Carbon fry pan requires seasoning before each use

 

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Overall Made In Sous Chef Set Review

The Sous Chef 

A step down from the executive set but a couple of notches above the starter kit, the Made In Sous Chef Set is actually the most popular and in-demand set, as chosen by the people. With a variety of award-winning materials used, from the non-stick coating to the carbon steel, and boasting recognition such as the Serious Eats’ Best Skillet and Chowhound Best Skillet of 2020 awards, the credibility, and quality assurance is all there! Definitely recommend this set for an amazing deal that you won’t regret, and if for whatever reason you do regret it, don’t fret! The limited warranty means you can return it for a full refund within the first 45 days, giving you plenty of time to decide if it’s a keeper (although if you ask me, you’ll know after the first use!).

 

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Made In Starter Set Review

The Starter Set

What’s Included

  • 10-inch Stainless Steel Frying Pan
  • 10 inch Blue Carbon Steel Frying Pan
  • 2 Quart Saucepan with Lid
  • 8 Quart Stock Pot with Lid
  • 2 oz can Carbon Steel Seasoning Wax

Pros

  • Decent variety of different cookware
  • 5-ply Stainless steel pans are highly durable
  • The high-quality carbon steel material used
  • Seasoning wax included, so carbon pan lasts longer
  • Ergonomic stay-cool curved handles
  • Limited lifetime warranty
  • Compatible on all cooktops
  • Oven Safe

 

Cons

  • Metal utensils may scratch stainless steel clad and non-stick cookware
  • Carbon fry pan requires seasoning before each use

 

Overall Made In Starter Set Review

 

Stainless Steel Starter KitThe one that started it all, this Starter Set, was named the Consumer Reports’ Best Stainless Steel Cookware Set for 2019 and really packs a punch for beginning your journey with Made In cookware. Possessing all the basics at an affordable price, without overcrowding the kitchen (in case you’re not ready for that complete makeover just yet), this set is an excellent choice to add to your existing arsenal or even to fortify a newly built kitchen in need of basic cookware as a foundation.

 

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Made In Non-Stick Set Review

The Non Stick Set 

What’s Included

  • 2 Quart Non-Stick Saucepan with Lid
  • 3.5 Quart Non-Stick Saute Pan with Lid
  • 12-inch Graphite Non-Stick Frying Pan

Pros

  • Superior non-stick capabilities with Made Slick double coating
  • PFOA free
  • Award-winning pan composition
  • Award-winning non-stick coating
  • Premium 5-ply stainless clad construction
  • Limited lifetime warranty
  • Compatible on all cooktops
  • Stay-cool ergonomic curved handles
  • Oven safe

 

Cons

  • Metal utensils may scratch stainless steel clad and non-stick cookware
  • Small set, no pots included, requires hand-wash

 

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Overall Non-Stick Set Review

The Non Stick Set Non-stick coated pots and pans, particularly the Made In Non-Stick Set, are amazing for smooth-surfaced pans that not only make cooking so easy but also free of chemicals and toxins, not to mention tastier with no burnt bits getting stuck. The Made In Non-Stick Set, in particular, has double the coating for double the goodness. 

This 3-piece set is small but deadly.  While it indeed only includes 3 non-stick pans, they are a couple of notches above the non-stick pans in the previously reviewed sets. These pans are made with a double-coating of award-winning non-stick Made Slick coating.

Free of PFOA, this coating lasts 10 times longer than Made In’s competitors and up to 30 times longer than ceramic non-stick. The pan composition is also award-winning, and with the top-quality double-coating to go with it, these pans are not only highly durable but also incredibly seamless when it comes to cooking. You can be sure that your food will not be contaminated with any toxins that regular pans emit while also enjoying a pleasurable and easy clean-up experience.

 

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Made In Blue Carbon Steel Set

Blue Carbon Steel Sets 

What’s Included

  • 12 inch Carbon Steel Frying Pan
  • Carbon Steel Roasting Pan
  • Carbon Steel Wok
  • 2 oz can Carbon Steel Seasoning Wax
  • Roasting Pan Rack

Pros

  • Multi-purpose carbon steel cookware
  • Superior heat retention and control
  • Affordable price
  • Limited lifetime warranty
  • Compatible on all cooktops, including glass stovetops
  • Stay-cool ergonomic curved handles
  • Oven safe for 1200 degrees Fahrenheit

Cons

  • Not dishwasher safe
  • Carbon cookware requires seasoning with each use

Overall Made In Blue Carbon Steel Set Review

Blue Carbon Steel Sets

As you can tell from its inclusions (and the product name), this is Made In’s carbon steel cookware set. Of course, this means there are no other materials involved, so do not expect the 5-ply stainless clad or the copper or even any non-stick coating here.

Nevertheless, carbon steel is something special altogether. The material used in this set is something of a hybrid that combines the heat retention properties of cast iron and the heat control, and the lightness of stainless steel, creating the all-encompassing carbon steel.

As such, this set is designed with the intention of giving curious customers an understanding of what the big deal is with Blue Carbon Steel. From frying pans to roasting pans and even a wok, all made of blue carbon steel, this set has so many capabilities, and it would be hard to find a recipe that this combination of cookware cannot handle.

Finally, the Blue Carbon choices simply take things to a new realm, encompassing features of all materials, boasting high durability like stainless steel and high heat conductivity like that of copper, all in one product. Multi-award-winning materials and a direct product-to-consumer model are all ingredients for the perfect cookware brand and delighted customers!

 

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Made In pots and pans review

Made In also has some amazing individual pots and pans. Here are their most popular individual pans reviewed. 

 

Made In Wok review

Blue Carbon Steel Wok 

What’s Included

  • Made In 12 inch Blue Carbon Steel Wok
  • Curved stay-cool handle
  • Superior heating properties
  • Flat bottom
  • Compatibility on all cooktops, including glass stove

 

Pros

  • Award-winning French blue carbon steel material used
  • Comes with curved stay-cool ergonomic handles
  • Superior heat retention and conduction
  • Compatible on all cooktops, including induction
  • Multi-use capabilities
  • Seasons faster than cast iron
  • Oven safe for up to 1200 degrees Fahrenheit
  • Limited lifetime warranty

 

Cons

  • Not dishwasher safe
  • Carbon wok requires seasoning with each use

 

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Overall Made In Wok Review

The Blue Carbon Made In Wok is an incredibly versatile piece of cookware that can accomplish so many different things, such as stir-frying, braising, steaming, deep-frying, and so much more! Rated on average 4.8 stars by real customers with first-hand experience using the wok, it would be hard to deny the quality of this one.

On top of that, it was awarded the “Best Heavy Duty Wok” by Good Housekeeping, a prestigious cookware award that definitely validates its credibility as a top-tier wok. Highly durable with a tolerance of up to 1200 degrees Fahrenheit, this wok really can last you a lifetime if you look after it properly. Perhaps the one real downside is the fact that you need to season this thing every time you use it, as it’s not a non-stick wok by any means.

The upside to that is that it requires only a very little bit of seasoning to perform well. To top it all off, it’s pretty affordable for a top-quality wok, so definitely consider getting this for a flexible solution to tackling your next recipe.

 

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Made In Carbon Steel Pan review

Blue Carbon Steel Frying Pan 

What’s Included

  • Made In 12 inch Blue Carbon Steel Pan
  • Also available in 10 inch and 8 inch
  • Curved stay-cool handle
  • Superior heating properties
  • Flat bottom
  • Compatibility on all cooktops, including glass top stoves

Pros

  • Quality French blue carbon steel material used
  • Comes with curved stay-cool ergonomic handles
  • Deemed the “Kitchen Workhorse” by the New York Times
  • Oven safe for up to 1200 degrees Fahrenheit
  • Superior heat retention and conduction
  • Limited lifetime warranty
  • Compatible on all cooktops, including induction cooktops

Cons

  • Not dishwasher safe
  • Carbon pan requires seasoning with each use

 

Overall Made In Carbon Steel Pan Review

Blue Carbon Steel Frying Pan 

Like the wok, the Made In Blue Carbon Steel Pan is essentially the pan version of the aforementioned. Once again, made with French blue carbon steel and equipped with curved stay-cool ergonomic handles, this pan is multi-capable and can achieve a range of cooking tasks to tackle difficult recipes. Superior heat retention and conduction and compatibility on all cooktops are definitely winners for this pan. Again, a 4.8-star rating from real users of the pan makes this hard to look away from, particularly when you’re up against over 4000 reviews in the mix! Coined as a hybrid between a cast iron skillet and a stainless steel fry pan, the Made In Carbon Steel Pan has the heat retention of cast iron and the heat control and cooking speed of stainless steel, making it an almost perfect purchase. Slightly cheaper than the wok, grab this pan for a really unique experience you won’t regret. Just remember to keep it away from the dishwasher!

 

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Made In Non-Stick Saute Pan review

Non Stick Saute Pan 

What’s Included

  • 3.5 Quart Non-Stick Saute Pan with Lid
  • Made Slick Non-Stick double toxin-free, silicon-free, and PFOA-free PTFE coating
  • 5-ply Stainless Steel construction

Pros

  • 5-ply stainless steel construction for ultra durability and heat conductivity
  • The non-stick double coating makes cooking seamless and pleasant
  • Made Slick non-stick coating is American PTFE and toxin-free, silicon-free and PFOA-free
  • Stay-cool ergonomic curved handle for comfort, convenience, and ease-of-use
  • Compatible on all cooktops, including induction
  • Oven safe for up to 500 degrees Fahrenheit
  • Limited lifetime warranty
  • 4.9-star rating

Cons

  • Not dishwasher safe
  • Metal utensils may scratch the surface – not recommended

 

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Overall Made In Non-Stick Pan ReviewMade in Saute Pan review

This pan is something special, to say the least. It’s not every day you get premium 5-ply stainless steel construction and double layer non-stick coating both in the same pan. Made In’s Made Slick coating lasts 30 times longer than ceramic non-stick cookware, and that’s a staggering stat to behold. Not just that, but this item is a notch above the rest, with a rating of 4.9 stars, an almost perfect result.

Compatible on all cooktops and free of toxins, you can enjoy peace of mind with this pan, knowing that you are not consuming anything harmful and that you are also not harming the environment in any major way. Built to last a lifetime with a triple aluminum core and stainless steel clad layers, this saute pan is also super easy to clean, thanks to the non-stick surface. The dirt just comes right off!

As with most Made In products, please don’t put this one in the dishwasher, and give it the personal hand wash it deserves. Also, refrain from metal utensils scratching the surface, and use plastic or wooden utensils if you can. Do these things, and this incredible pan won’t just deliver unbeatable results but will also last you a lifetime, maybe even for your future generations!

 

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Made In Saucier review 

Copper Saucier 

What’s Included

  • 5.2 Quart Made In Copper Saucier with Lid
  • 90% Copper and 10% Stainless Steel

 

Pros

  • Superior heat conduction and even cooking with copper core
  • Stay-cool curved ergonomic handles
  • Oven safe for up to 800 degrees Fahrenheit
  • Beautiful shiny bronze finish
  • Stainless steel lining for easier cleaning
  • Limited lifetime warranty
  • Compatible on all cooktops except induction
  • 4.9-star rating

Cons

  • Not dishwasher safe
  • Not compatible with induction cooktops

 

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Overall Made In Saucier Review

As a top-tier copper saucier pan with unmatched heat conductivity and retention, expect to pay top dollar for this work of art. Backed by a near-perfect rating of 4.9 stars, it would be foolish to deny the quality of this piece. Nonetheless, nothing is perfect, and even this piece has some drawbacks, such as not being dishwasher safe nor being induction cooktop compatible. On the other hand, these issues are not uncommon for copper cookware, and this is still top of the range for a copper saucier. Combined with stainless steel lining for an easier clean, this really is a hassle-free saucier that delivers lasting results!

 

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How Does Made in Cookware Compare to Other Cookware?

Made In vs. All-Clad

The commonality between Made In and All-Clad is that they are both American specialists of 5-ply stainless steel, so either brand can do wonders for your kitchen needs. However, it is important to note that All-Clad offers far more variety of stainless steel than Made In, which only offers 5-ply construction with a triple-layer aluminum core.

All-Clad not only offers 5-ply construction with aluminum core, but also 4-ply, 3-ply and 2-ply, and has a range of core materials outside of aluminum. Not only that, but All-Clad has its own range of non-stick and copper cookwares too, which really puts Made In on the backfoot.

Where Made In truly shines, however, is their French blue carbon steel sets, which are hard to come across with most cookware brands. In addition, Made In is far more affordable than All-Clad, which really makes it a better choice if you are one to not think twice about a product’s “branding” or prestige reputation. Learn more about them in our All-Clad review.

 

Made In vs Le Creuset

In terms of stainless steel, Made In definitely takes the cake here. The main downfall of Le Creuset is its lack of cladding on its stainless steel cookware products. While Made In offers the 5-ply durable triple aluminum core stainless steel range, Le Creuset caps at just 3-ply stainless steel construction with a single aluminum core.

This makes Le Creuset far less durable than Made In. In terms of the handles, Le Creuset is known to have higher levels of comfort with rounded edges. While this may be true, I still give the win to Made In on this, as I would much prefer the curved handle design, which helps control the pan better and keeps the heat away from your face. In terms of affordability, both brands have shown to be potentially expensive, so I would not use this as a decision indicator by any means.

Both brands also offer limited lifetime warranties. One thing Le Creuset does have over Made In is more compatibility with induction cooktops, which is definitely a game-changer for some. Nonetheless, both are excellent brands of cookware, but I personally would go for Made In for its 5-ply construction and blue carbon options too.  Learn more about them in our Le Creuset review.

 

Made In vs. Caraway

While Made In does have some non-stick options available and excellent quality at that, Caraway is simply the top of the range when it comes to non-stick and best ceramic cookware. However, there is a significant difference between Made In’s non-stick cookware range and Caraways ceramic range.

First off, Made In’s non-stick cookware still comes with aluminum interiors, which are not as environmentally friendly as Caraway’s pure ceramic range, which boasts PFOA and PTFE-free surfaces. Prices are fairly similar between these two brands, with some items requiring an extra buck while others are quite a good bargain.

My final verdict on this one would probably go with Caraway, just because I value the aspect of no toxins in my food, equipment, and most importantly, in me! I like to do my part for the environment too, which makes me lean more towards Caraway’s pure ceramic range. Learn more about them in our Caraway review.

Made In vs. Scanpan

Scanpan, like Caraway, is a very environmentally-friendly brand. With 100% recycled aluminum and a huge range of PFOA and PTFE-free products, this brand is great for the environment and is a much safer option for your own health. Like all of the best ceramic cookware, however, they aren’t as durable as stainless steel and often cap at 500 degrees Fahrenheit of temperature tolerance.

Scanpan can also match Made In in terms of 5-ply stainless steel construction through its range of pots and pans, which also come with non-stick coating. Made In is perhaps the more affordable option, but Scanpan reaps more benefits in the long run in terms of chemical-free nature and lasting durability. Learn more about them in our Scanpan review.

 

Made In vs. Hexclad

As its name suggests, Hexclad has a hexagon-shaped design which is both an aesthetically pleasing and high-performance cookware. However, Hexclad, like Le Creuset, also caps at 3-ply, unlike Made In with its 5-ply stainless steel range. On the other hand, Hexclad cookware is dishwasher safe, while Made In cookware must be hand washed.

While Hexclad does have more non-stick options than Made In, I would still go for Made In as I believe you get more bang for your buck. From higher durability to better heat retention, particularly with their copper core and blue carbon steel ranges, Made In has more benefits than I would actually care about. Of course, the final verdict is up to you, and it all depends on what is more important to your goals.

 

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Made In Cookware FAQ

Where is Made In Cookware made?

Made In cookware is made in America, from local and imported materials. All materials are manufactured in the US, France, and Italy.

 

What is Made In Cookware warranty?

Limited lifetime warranty.

 

Is Made In Cookware dishwasher safe?

No. Made In cookware requires hand washing as not to damage the material. You should also refrain from using metal utensils with Made In cookware to prevent potential scratching to the surface.

 

Is Made In Cookware oven-safe?

Yes. Made In cookware are all oven safe. Depending on the product, they may be safe with a temperature tolerance of at least 500 degrees Fahrenheit and reaching as high as 1200 degrees Fahrenheit.

 

Is Made In Cookware safe?

Made In cookware is generally safe to use, and there are no outstanding issues to note. Perhaps most importantly to remember is that not all of their cookware products are induction compatible, so keep an eye out for that in the descriptions.

Other things to keep in mind are the use of metal utensils, especially with non-stick items, as they can cause irreversible damage to the surface. In terms of use, Made In cookware comes with comfortable, ergonomic handles that stay cool when the item heats up and is designed with a curve-like bend which makes controlling pans easier and keeps the heat away from the user’s face.

 

Is Made In Cookware good?

Yes. There is no doubt that Made In cookware is a good brand that delivers elite results. In fact, many of its items and sets receive close to 5-star ratings (usually 4.8 or 4.9), which are strong testimonies to their positive reputation among users.

 

What colors do Made In Cookware come in?

Depending on the type of cookware, Made In boasts a range of colors. Stainless steel often comes in a nice silver finish, while Made In copper cookware sets come in a shiny bronze, and carbon steel tends to be black in color.

 

Made In Cookware Reviews: What Do Customers Think?

Customers of Made In cookware are overall very pleased with using the brand. This is especially true with sets such as the blue carbon steel pans receiving an average of 4.8 stars from over 4000 different user reviews. In fact, most products range from at least 4.7-star ratings to 4.9, which are extraordinarily high.

 

Does Made In Cookware Have Promotions & Discounts?

Made In does not have any current promotions or discounts. However, you can receive a lower price by going for smaller-sized versions of the same pan.

 

What is Made In Cookware Shipping Policy?

For orders made in the US over $49, Made In covers the price of shipping so that you only pay the price of the item itself. Items are shipped within two business days, and orders are delivered to most parts of the US approximately three business days later.

 

What is Made In Cookware Return Policy?

Made In’s limited lifetime warranty allows you to return the product within the first 45 days of purchase without paying the shipping cost, provided that you are a US-based customer.

 

What is Made In Cookware Issues

The main issue with Made In cookware is the lack of induction-compatible options. Other issues include not being dishwasher-safe and gaining scratches when metal utensils are applied.

 

Made In Cookware complaints

Complaints are hard to find among Made In’s customers but usually are related to its incompatibility with induction cooktops and not being dishwasher-friendly.

 

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Why Should You Buy Made In Cookware?

You should buy Made In Cookware if you are looking for highly durable cookware at a “not-so-prestige” price. I especially urge you to buy Made In cookware for the blue carbon steel experience, as Made In’s range is literally an award-winner.

 

Is Made In Cookware worth it?

Yes. Made In cookware is definitely worth it for what it gives you. In my opinion, it can be summarized as a provider of high-durability, highly conductive, and very versatile cookware. 

 

Where can I buy Made In Cookware?

You can buy Made In cookware directly from the official Made In website.

 

Bottom Line: Should You Buy Made In Cookware?

My overall review of Made In cookware is that they are perhaps one of the more versatile cookware manufacturers on the market. With such a wide range of materials used, as well as the quality of said materials (I mean, we are talking award-winning stuff here), there really is something for everyone.

Made In’s approach to selling cookware and their deep understanding of what quality means are key ingredients for what is an extremely successful brand. Their pots and pans include stockpots, fry pans, saute pans, skillets, and saucepans, making for a dynamic range that encompasses all the essentials you need. As such, you could honestly do anything with Made In cookware, whether it’s starting a foundation of cookware from scratch, adding to an already existing collection, or doing a full kitchen make-over, Made In pots and pans have your back!

So to wrap things up, whether or not you buy Made In cookware depends on who you are as a person, and this is the case with all cookware considerations. For example, you don’t want to go for a brand specializing in stainless steel if your goals are for maximizing your health and the environment, which would make ceramic cookware a better choice for you. With that said, if you are a lover of anything from stainless steel cookware to copper, non-stick, or even blue carbon steel cookware, then you should definitely go with Made In cookware.

 

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This article is written by Yaseen Hijazi.

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