Create healthy family-sized meals in the efficient Circulon Acclaim Hard-Anodized Nonstick 5-Quart Covered Dutch Oven. The pot's heavy-duty hard-anodized construction promotes even heat distribution for fast, dependable cooking results. Featuring the unique TOTAL® Food Release System of raised circles with long-lasting, PFOA-free premium-quality nonstick coating to reduce surface abrasion and deliver extraordinary food release without the need for added oils or fats, the stockpot provides an easy way to keep meals lean and light. In an appealing pewter hue, this superior nonstick technology resists scratching, staining and chipping, and is metal utensil safe. Use it to prepare a large batch of low-fat cream of asparagus soup or to braise chicken and spring vegetables. The shatter-resistant glass lid seals in heat and moisture when simmering garden-fresh tomato sauces, and the stainless steel handles are dual riveted for added strength and rubberized for comfort. Oven safe to 400°F, the stockpot is suitable for all cooktops, except induction. Add this covered Dutch oven to other pots and pans in the Circulon collections.
Healthy one-pot meals, savory soups and other delicious dishes are easier to prepare using the Circulon Acclaim Hard-Anodized Nonstick 5-Quart Covered Dutch Oven.
The Lifetime Limited Warranty guarantees your product to be free from defects in materials and workmanship under normal household use for the lifetime of the product. Meyer Corporation U.S. promises the original purchaser replacement of any defective part or item during the guarantee period. Should the item be discontinued, a similar item will be substituted.
Scratches, stains, discoloration or damage caused by the use of cooking sprays or overheating are not covered by this warranty. Additionally, this warranty does not cover damage caused by accident, misuse, abuse, damage caused by automatic dishwasher, commercial use or incidental or consequential damages.
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