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When I was in my early twenties, my cousin was getting married and wanted me to go with her to the department store (then known as Burdines) for a Wedding event where there were raffles for various bridal gifts; including, a full set of Caphalon cookware.
Even though I was there as her guest, I put my tickets in the various vendors. When my name was called, I was shocked and, my cousin quickly gave me her engagement ring on my finger to wear as I went up to claim the gift of the full set of Caphalon.

To this day, 2009, (AND I am 48 currently), I am STILL cooking in my set of Caphalon. I have NEVER had an issue with them and, no pieces of ANYTHING is coming off of the pots or pans.
I TRULY believe that the set of cookware will outlast me, my children and my children's children.

I believe it is THAT good.
Just my two cents worth.....~~Beth~~

P. S. If you have a store called, "Bed, Bath and Beyond" in your neck of the woods, they carry it and, you can always use the coupons that are mailed out frequently for 20% off of anything in the store, with exceptions, but definitely worth looking into.
Good luck in your decision, whatever it is.
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