Revereware Copper Clad Cookware Sets Reviews

Revereware Copper Clad Cookware Sets

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  • Newly purchased product isn't like it was. Very disappointed!

    Sep 19, 2010 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Looks nice. Nostalgic feel to them.
    Cons: Cheaply made. Warps or distorts easily. Stupid return policy.

    Summary: First of all, it is extremely misleading for reviewers of this product to give their opinion of a product that is essentially no longer to purchase new. I, too, remember my grandmother's excellent Revereware Copper Clad set from our kitchen as a child. ... read more

  • I love them, but they are a bit older...

    Apr 19, 2008 by
    Not yet rated.
    Pros: Price (value for money) Appearance Durability
    Cons: Eggs stick to skillet

    Summary: Reading some of the previous reviews, I wondered what the bottoms of my set had to say. I received them as a gift from my parents when I got my first apartment in college (1995), so they have a few years on them. Looking at the bottom, I saw the ... read more

  • Get the vintage Revere Ware---check the bottoms

    Mar 15, 2008 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Practical and beautiful---what a combination!
    Cons: None

    Summary: Long a devotee of cast iron pans, I recently went on a quest for vintage Revere Ware. I searched e-bay and local thrift stores for these earlier pans, which are better quality and heavier than the product on the current market. Vintage is easy to ... read more

  • I am SO disappointed.

    Sep 21, 2004 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: OLDER Revere Ware lives up to it's reputation.
    Cons: NEW Revere Ware is a consumer rip off.

    Summary: Like many other reviewers, I grew up with Revere Ware. After my mother's death three years ago, her faithful Revere Ware pots and pans were donated to charity. Oh, how I wish I had kept them. Recently I purchased a set of my own at a nearby ... read more

  • I Learned To Cook Using Revereware Copper Clad Cookware

    Aug 12, 2001 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Lasts forever with proper use
    Cons: Problems cooking on gas stoves

    Summary: Well, let's face it! When I was about twelve years old, I had to take over cooking for my family while my mother was ill for a few weeks. So, what did I use when I was learning how to cook? Revereware Copper Clad Cookware! Why ... read more

  • Stand up to Farm Cooking

    Apr 19, 2001 by
    Rated a Helpful Review
    Pros: Durable, hard working, easy maintenance
    Cons: none

    Summary: I inherited some of my sauce pans from my Grandmother and have added more over the years. They are all still going strong after being used to cook three meals a day for eleven years. (The inherited pans are probably 40 years old.) I have sold all my ... read more

  • Wonderful Cook Ware!

    Apr 2, 2001 by
    Rated a Helpful Review
    Pros: Durable and easy to clean
    Cons: No cons!

    Summary: I love my Revere copper clad cook ware set! I received this set from my mother as a Christmas gift. I enjoy this set because it is so durable and easy to clean. Usually all I need is a little dish liquid and a scrubber sponge to clean these pots and ... read more

  • I'm still using my gramma's pan, and it works great.

    Mar 31, 2001 by
    Rated a Helpful Review
    Pros: Great quality, durable, light, works well, copper looks nice
    Cons: None

    Summary: When my grandmother died, I got her Revereware copper-clad pan. I loved it. It was so easy to clean. So when I needed new pans, I got a whole set of Reverware. Although there are many new types of cookware out there with many different ... read more

  • Overall, it's okay

    Feb 20, 2001 by
    Rated a Helpful Review
    Pros: Looks good, heats evenly
    Cons: Nonstick is nonsense

    Summary: I had tired of trying to cook on our old set of Revereware about five years ago (everything stuck like glue), so I asked my mother when she had bought it. When she replied that she had had the cookware longer than she had had me, I decided that it was ... read more

  • Revereware-You May Have a Hot Spot or Not!

    Feb 7, 2001 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Lightweight, attractive cookware at a modest price
    Cons: Copper bottom can discolor, pans can warp, plastic can lose its sheen if overheated

    Summary: After recently writing an opinion on All Clad LTD cookware, I decided it would be appropriate to write an opinion on the other set of cookware in our household, and the one by which I compare All Clad. I had grown up knowing the name ... read more

  • THERE'S NOTHING BETTER!!!

    Jan 27, 2001 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: easy to use, clean, fun to cook with good quality food and taste.
    Cons: many take up some space

    Summary: This magnificent set of cookware changed my whole style and taste of cooking! I never felt so at ease when cooking anything. My wife and I purchased this incredible set 10" Non-stick Fry Pan 2 Quart Sauce Pan w/Lid 2 Quart ... read more

  • Still Good As New !

    Dec 4, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Durability, Easy maintenance
    Cons: Price is too high for many households.

    Summary: I received my Revereware set in 1978. I had grown up with the copper bottom cookware in both my grandmother and my mothers kitchens. I am happy to report that my cookware set is still in use and just as good as new, in the year 2000. I have ... read more

  • Last's a lifetime

    Nov 16, 2000 by
    Rated a Helpful Review
    Pros: lasts a lifetime
    Cons: none

    Summary: When I got married in 1963 my Grandfather gave me a little 1 quart copper clad sauce pan with a lid. {he did this for all grandchildren} I cannot say enough about this product, 4 kids,7 grandchildren, and 2 husbands later this sturdy little pan ... read more

  • Man does this stuff ever hold up !

    Nov 6, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Durable beyond words
    Cons: None

    Summary: I have been married for about fifteen and a half years and have had this cookware almost the whole time. I don't have one single complaint about it at all. I only wish I had splurged and bought the non-stick, but as a newlywed we just didn't ... read more

  • 1957 Graduation Gift

    Oct 16, 2000 by
    Rated a Helpful Review
    Pros: Cleanup
    Cons: Handles fading

    Summary: I graduated High School in 1957. For my gift, my parents gave me a set of copper clad Revereware. Since then I have added three other pieces. At the present time I still use my pans everyday. I have had a variety of other brands, ie. Wear-ever, T-Fal and ... read more

  • Soup's on!

    Aug 9, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Moderately priced, excellent quality.
    Cons: Dull color scheme -- chrome, black and copper.

    Summary: I have had my Revereware pots and pans for -- oh, let's see, about 12 years now. I love them. I have used them on gas and electric stoves, moved them, banged them, hand washed, run them through the dishwasher -- even tie dyed in them (The dye and ... read more

  • Revereware Copper Clad--Pass it On!

    Jul 22, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Cooks well and lasts forever
    Cons: It lacks the snob appeal of some other cookware that doesn't work as well, but costs lots more.

    Summary: Yes! I say Pass It On. Revereware copper clad cookware is good enough to share with loved ones, or friends. In my kitchen, there's two kinds of cookware I use constantly, cast iron skillets and Revereware copper clad pots. Now, when my daughter ... read more

  • Ain't what it used to be, baby.

    Jul 21, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Great sounding children's drumset.
    Cons: I want the pans Revereware made 15 years ago!

    Summary: If you're like me, grandma or mom loaned you a few Revere pots or pans when you moved out or went to college. And, you forgot to give them back! But you likely did it on purpose because the pans were just so darn great. They were strong, ... read more

  • Takes a beating and keeps on cooking

    Jul 10, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: durable, evenly heat
    Cons: copper requires extra care

    Summary: I replaced my cheap, just out of college bargain pans with the Revereware Copper Clad pans. I bought a starter set at Montgomery Wards and have been very pleased. Because they have an aluminum disc in the bottom of the pan, they heat very evenly and ... read more

  • Revereware--My Security Blanket!

    Jun 24, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: long-lasting, even heating, quick cleaning
    Cons: none

    Summary: I have bought a set of the new Calphalon Cookware since I first wrote this review, but I still feel that Revereware cookware is one of the best cookware sets on the market. Although my Calphalon is everything the advertising hype says it is, I still ... read more

  • A Longtime Favorite

    Jun 23, 2000 by
    Rated a Helpful Review
    Pros: Excellent heat conductor, lightweight, long lasting
    Cons: Not suitable for all stovetops

    Summary: Revereware copper clad cookware has been on the market for ages, and there's a good reason for that. It is lightweight and very easy to use. Copper cladding is difficult to find these days (with the exception of Revereware) and perhaps the main reason ... read more

  • I Can Scrub It!

    Jun 16, 2000 by
    Rated a Helpful Review
    Pros: Scrubbable, attractive
    Cons: Need to scrub bottoms

    Summary: I have had lots of different pots and pans - enamel, teflon, rock coat - and I will never have another pan besides my Revereware! I do not have to worry about chipping or flaking off, and I can scrub it with an SOS pad if I (seldom ... read more

  • Great Product, but Cleaning is a Pain

    Jun 13, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: heats evenly and efficiently
    Cons: cleaning and polishing

    Summary: When I got married almost five years ago, I let my husband - who loves to cook - choose the pots and pans we registered for. He chose Revereware Copper Clad, and they are serving us well. The pots are not heavy, and they have a nice ... read more

  • Revereware durability

    Jun 2, 2000 by
    Rated a Helpful Review
    Pros: easy to handle,durable,moderate price
    Cons: hard to keep cppper polished

    Summary: As a gift I bought this cookware for my parents when they remodeled their kitchen.My father actually enjoys to cook now and shares the duty with my mother.They both agree that it is one of the best sets of cookware they ever had.It is durable,easy to ... read more

  • I want to keep them as Shiny as Mom did!

    May 24, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Beautiful, Even cooking
    Cons: Shining bottoms after every use

    Summary: When my Mom and Dad sold their home in Massachusetts in 1953 to move to California my Dad asked her what she wanted more than anything else....she choose a beautiful set of Revereware Copper bottomed pots and pans. When I was cleaning out ... read more

  • Even Cooking For Years & Years

    May 24, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Even cooking, lightweight, holds up over time
    Cons: Upkeep of copper bottoms

    Summary: First I must say I did not buy this product---I inherited it. The same copper bottoms I used to love (yes love) to polish the bottoms of as a child more than 20 years ago, I now cook in for my own family. And the food cooks just as well, just as evenly ... read more

  • These are the BEST!

    May 23, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Revereware produces a great product!
    Cons: they are a bit pricey

    Summary: The durable, easy to clean, Revereware Copper Clad pots and pans are the BEST! I was so glad when I received the Revereware collection as a Birthday gift, my friends really know what I like. These pots and pans beat out my old non-stick pots and pans. ... read more

  • After 27 years, what can I say?

    May 8, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Last forever with consistent dependability.
    Cons: Cleaning requires more work than non-stick pans.

    Summary: I received a complete set of Revereware cookware as a wedding gift over 27 years ago. I specifically asked for this brand because my mother had used the same kind for years. Her set is now fifty years old and still going strong. My set included a ... read more

  • Great heat distribution...

    May 7, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Heat distribution.
    Cons: Occasional polishing.

    Summary: I purchases my Revereware second hand from some friends...and love it. The heat distribution is wonderful and really like the weight of the cookware itself. I had used nonstick coated cookware but finially saw the error of my ways. After cooking ... read more

  • As Revere said, "The In-Laws are Coming!" or did he?

    May 4, 2000 by
    Rated a Helpful Review
    Pros: Bonded me and my Mother-in-Law/cooks evenly/cleans great/ survives a fire
    Cons: I am still a lousy cook.

    Summary: She is coming. You hear the movie music in the background. Your home takes on an eerie lighting. The beat of your heart quickens, you can feel it tightening in your chest. Your new mother-in-law. On her way to your home as we ... read more

  • A Tradition of Quality Cookware

    Apr 25, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Even heating, durability
    Cons: food sometimes sticks in skillet

    Summary: I received my copper clad Revereware set as a wedding gift more than 15 years ago, and have used it daily ever since. Overall, I am very pleased. I don't think a day goes by that I don't use my sauce pans, and I went back a few years ago and purchased ... read more

  • BEST HAND-ME-DOWN I EVER GOT

    Apr 19, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: easy clean-up, no burning
    Cons: none

    Summary: I just love these pots! My mother-in-law gave me a few of these pots 8 years ago when she was moving north. After the first time I used them I was hooked. There is no telling how old they really are but you can't tell that I didn't buy them yesterday. ... read more

  • going strong after 45 years

    Apr 13, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: long lasting, good cooking abilities
    Cons: more upkeep with copper

    Summary: I can not remember a time when my mom didn't have Revere ware with the copper bottom in her kitchen. She received a set as a wedding gift about 45 years ago. She has moved several times, and a few of the pieces have been lost, but she still has the ... read more

  • reverewear copper bottom

    Apr 12, 2000 by
    Rated a Helpful Review
    Pros: light and easy to clean
    Cons: periodic cleaning of bottom required

    Summary: we have two sets of cookwear, reverewear and club aluminum. what a difference between the two. reverewear is light and easy to clean - club heavy, the outside surface has worn off and it's awkward to serve from. the inside of the clubwear has pitted ... read more

  • lasts a lifetime

    Apr 11, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: very durable, nice looking.
    Cons: regular skillet sticks too much

    Summary: I have lots of RevereWare...some new, and some of my grandma's. She got hers 50 years ago when she got married. This stuff is rugged! It is very easy to clean, which is nice. The copper bottoms can be polished with copper cleaner, but I use Ketchup! ... read more

  • Love it!!

    Apr 8, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: very durable
    Cons: can be expensive

    Summary: I have a lot of this particular kind of pots and pans. Some of them are from my mothers collection and very old, some I have purchased on my own. While on vacation 2 years ago I found a Revereware outlet. I thought I died and went to heaven. ... read more

  • 30 YEARS & COUNTING.....

    Apr 7, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: durable, cleans well, interchangeable lids
    Cons: does not retain heat well

    Summary: I received my first set of Copperclad Revereware cookware 30 years ago as wedding gifts. Today, it is still giving me the service I had hoped it would. The copper bottoms clean very well as do the insides of the pans. The cookware heats evenly although ... read more

  • 10 Years and Counting!

    Apr 2, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Lightweight, durable
    Cons: None

    Summary: It's been 10 years since I got married and put Revereware on my list of desired wedding gifts at department stores. At that time, I had narrowed the choice down to Revereware and Calphalon. But, we were a young couple and all our friends were young, ... read more

  • Hot Stuff with a Messy Bottom!

    Mar 28, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Durable, clean up is easy with a little soak
    Cons: Don't try scrambled eggs in the skillet

    Summary: Copper bottom cookware does an outstanding job of even heating. If, however, you are finicky about how your pots and pans look hanging from the ceiling, better buy some copper cleanser. Cooking with Revereware is so nice because you know you ... read more

  • Still the Best

    Mar 9, 2000 by
    Rated a Helpful Review
    Pros: light weight, easy to use, long lasting
    Cons: eggs are hard to clean off

    Summary: This product was a gift to me, so in all honesty I did not buy it however I had an old skillet and it was bought as a replacement item I love the fact that it heats thoroughly and is large enough for a dinner for four, one skillet cooking is ... read more

  • Im hungry! Is there any thing to eat?

    Feb 27, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Cooks the food fast
    Cons: a little expensive

    Summary: This is an excellent cooking pot! I really like how it can cook great meals! With this nifty cooking pot you can make all kinds of dishes. Some that you would never dream of making in a regular pot. You could cook an entire meal on this pot, ... read more

  • Revereware-Highly revered in our family!

    Feb 25, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Lasts forever.
    Cons: None I know of.

    Summary: For over forty years, my copper-bottomed Revereware has kept my family's meals on the table. My mother bought me a starter set of them when I got engaged in 1958. They were the only pots, pans and skillet we owned when we married in 1959. The ... read more

  • You Could Do Better

    Feb 21, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Built to last
    Cons: Inferior heat distribution, copper difficult to maintain

    Summary: When I became engaged, my mom went on a one-woman crusade to make sure I had everything I would need to set up a household. Looking back on all her efforts and the piles of money she spent, it makes me more appreciative now than I was at the time. ... read more

  • 4 Generations of Cooks can't be wrong!

    Feb 10, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Last forever!
    Cons: I have to wait to inherit 2 generations of pots!!

    Summary: I cooked my first meal in a set of revereware pots and pans belonging to my mother. I never really paid attention back then as to what I was cooking in. Shoot, I was more concerned about getting out of the kitchen and back to my friends. It wasn't ... read more

  • Revereware, the best for years to come

    Feb 7, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Beautiful, well-made pots that will last your whole life.
    Cons: Fairly expensive, a little more work to clean (but worth it)

    Summary: My wife and I were given a set of Revereware, at our request, for a wedding present. We had been cooking on various brands of Teflon pans for several years, and were mighty sick of them. They cook well initially, but even the best of them wear out ... read more

  • Wouldn't use anything else!

    Feb 7, 2000 by
    Rated a Helpful Review
    Pros: Cooks evenly, easy to clean inside.
    Cons: Copper is a pain to keep clean.

    Summary: I bought my set of Revereware because it was on sale, and I am so glad I did! Cookware was on my list of things to buy with money my husband and I received as a wedding gift. I wanted something good, but not out of this world expensive, and it couldn't ... read more

  • Takes a Lickin' and Keeps On Tickin'

    Feb 6, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Durability, even food cooking, easy cleanup
    Cons: old-fashioned

    Summary: I received my set of Revereware as a Christmas gift the first year I had my own apartment. This was 13 years ago, and I still use it and it looks fabulous! The copper bottom really works to give even heat across the pan. This is something ... read more

  • what every home should have

    Feb 1, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: fairly inexpensive, good solid pans!
    Cons: hard to find replacement parts

    Summary: I have owned my 7 piece set of copper bottoms since i first bought my house 13 years ago. I do like these. The heat seems to distribute nice and even and clean up is not bad at all. Soak for a few minutes and most anything will come right off. ... read more

  • A must have ...

    Jan 31, 2000 by
    Rated a Helpful Review
    Pros: Wonderful, durable and easy to clean..
    Cons: None to my knowledge..

    Summary: I have had my set of Revere Ware for 6 years now and i am very pleased. It was a gift from my friend , because i admired hers.Nothing cooks so even and cleans so easy as Revere Ware. Not to mention the durability, mine are used daily and i have convinced ... read more

  • A Perfect Set

    Jan 30, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Long Life, No Non Stick
    Cons: Didn't really see any

    Summary: I really like using this cook ware. I acquired the set that i still have way back in college at a garage sale. Who knows how many people had this set before me. i have had them 10 years now. The handles aren't perfect any more but the pans are still ... read more

  • This Gift is Still Holding Up

    Jan 27, 2000 by
    Rated a Helpful Review
    Pros: Hold up well after constant use
    Cons: Can't cook everything in them--egg dishes stick

    Summary: I received a set of Revereware at my bridal shower nearly 11 years ago. While I have some beefs about the cookware, this set is holding up extremely well. The pros--I find that the cookware does a good job of heating things pretty evenly-- ... read more

  • Rebelling Against Revereware

    Jan 27, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Looks good when new
    Cons: Food sticks, have to scrub and shine

    Summary: I have a set of Revereware purchased for me by my husband as a gift. At first I was in awe of the beautiful copper bottoms and the "name" Revereware. Practicality soon won out and I found myself increasingly frustrated with keeping ... read more

  • I Know I'm Swimmin' Against The Tide but...

    Jan 27, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Keeps you busy
    Cons: Too much work

    Summary: and I know many will think it's un-American, but I really don't like Revereware. Oh yes, as a newlywed 28 years ago I, too was proud of my beautiful and complete set of Revereware (7 pans, 5 lids). I even purchased one of those ceiling hanging display ... read more

  • Well Worth The Money

    Jan 27, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: easy to clean, food doesn't stick
    Cons: A little more expensive, but well worth it

    Summary: After having a bad experience with The T-Fal cookware I was once again was in desperate need of more new cookware. I then purchased The Revere Cookware. My mother-in-law told me that I should give it a try, so I did. It was great! The Revere Ware ... read more

  • I Can See I'm Swimmin' Against The Tide but...

    Jan 26, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Good for those with OCD
    Cons: High maintainence

    Summary: and I know many will think it's un-American, but I really don't like Revereware. Oh yes, as a newlywed 28 years ago I, too was proud of my beautiful and complete set of Revereware (7 pans, 5 lids). I even purchased one of those ceiling hanging display ... read more

  • 25 years and going

    Jan 26, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: light and durable
    Cons: copper bottom

    Summary: To all the young brides of the world and the cooking experts. I just can't express how great revereware has been for me. It is always the pan of choice when cooking, any thing that takes several hours like beans, soups or may family favorite ... read more

  • My First Choice in Cookware

    Jan 25, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Durable; Economical Price; Copper Bottoms are a Plus; Easy to Clean
    Cons: Don't know of any

    Summary: As I was reading the epinions reviews on Revere Ware cookware, I only saw "Highly Recommended" and "Recommended" opinions. And why not? Revere Ware has to be the best cookware on the market. It is apparently indestructible. ... read more

  • Not the best choice for smooth topped stoves.

    Jan 25, 2000 by
    Rated a Helpful Review
    Pros: Durable
    Cons: Not well suited for smooth top ranges

    Summary: My set of Revereware has given us exceptional service for about 15 years. Then we bought a new stove that is smooth topped and the Revereware Copperclad didn't sit flush on the burners. Whenever we boiled anything the pots would rock and rattle. I ... read more

  • nice looking and durable

    Jan 24, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: the copper bottoms look so good
    Cons: They are a little expensive

    Summary: I bought my first revereware pans about twenty years ago, after I was married a few years and could afford to buy some good cookware. I loved it then, and I still love it now. I use these pans every day and they still look as good as the day I bought ... read more

  • Simply the best.............

    Jan 21, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Not expensive
    Cons: Doesn't offer a lot of pieces

    Summary: I inherited my mother in laws 45 year old set of copper bottomed revere wear a few years ago. My title simply the best states it all for me. These pots are heavier than todays version. They also with a little spit and polish (copper glo) look almost ... read more

  • The Longest Lasting Cookware You Will Ever Own

    Jan 13, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Durable
    Cons: You can't put them in the oven with the plastic handles

    Summary: This past Christmas I took my family to visit my mother in Florida. (Not the same mother in the other review in this category) Anyway, while she was cooking I noticed that she was using the Copper Clad Revereware that she had when I was a child. I ... read more

  • Revereware

    Jan 13, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Good Quality, Heavy Duty, An Asset
    Cons: Hard to Keep Copper Clean

    Summary: The Quality I bought my first set of Revereware because I like the look of it. I think the copper bottoms look beautiful in my kitchen. And the stainless steel pots and pans hold up under my heavy duty cooking. I use them every day. I ... read more

  • Buy Revereware Copper Clad for that "rich" look.

    Jan 11, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Lightweight and easy to clean
    Cons: The copper can be a problem to keep shiny.

    Summary: What else would I hang on my pot rack? The trusted Revereware Copper Clad isn't just a pretty face it has brains too. I started buying Revereware Copper Clad several years ago because I thought they looked "rich." I never imagined I would ... read more

  • What happened to Revereware?

    Jan 8, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: lightweight
    Cons: loose handles, general lack of quality

    Summary: A few years ago I was lucky enough to be given several pieces of my Mother's much-loved Revereware. After many years of daily use they still look great! I was pleased to find some additional pieces recently at a department store. I purchased them ... read more

  • Old VS New

    Jan 8, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: older models cook better
    Cons: newer models not as strong

    Summary: Back last Millennium, 1972 to be exact, I received a wonderful Copper Clad Revereware set as a wedding gift. It included 4qt(with double boiler) 3qt, and 1qt saucepans with 10" skillet. All original pieces are still going strong. I have 'burnt' ... read more

  • Beyond Durable Copper Clad

    Jan 5, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Takes a licking and keeps on cooking
    Cons: None

    Summary: My cooking history goes back 35 years. One wedding gift I received was Copper Clad Revereware (a set). I am pleased to say I still have this wonderful set and use it every day-like me, the copper doesn't look as spiffy but let me tell you, these babies ... read more

  • Revere is #1

    Dec 26, 1999 by
    Rated a Helpful Review
    Pros: Great Cookware
    Cons: Upkeep of copper bottom

    Summary: I have used Revereware for several years. I received my first pan as a gift and now I wouldn't use anything else. I have tried others but I always go back to my Revereware. It is a product that can be trusted. You can never go wrong with Revereware ... read more

  • Outlasted 3 Marriages!

    Dec 22, 1999 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Lasts and lasts; cooks evenly on most things.
    Cons: My eggs always stuck. 35 years later the handles are coming off.You buy other things just for a change.

    Summary: Marriage 1 was a secret so I had no wedding shower or benefit of doting relatives. In fact both our sets of parents disapproved. When my grandmother did throw a small shindig, we got fifty towels that looked and smelled as if they had been the wedding ... read more

  • Usable forever

    Dec 22, 1999 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: even heat distribution
    Cons: bottoms do scratch

    Summary: Revereware Copper Clad pots and pans last just about forever. I have been using my set since 1982 and have never had any problems. I have burnt items in these pans and yet, clean-up is still not a problem. They still shine as if new, the ... read more

  • Use 1 Time--Your Sold

    Dec 21, 1999 by
    Rated a Helpful Review
    Pros: Cleans easy and light weight
    Cons: too expensive

    Summary: After trying all sorts of brand of pots and pans, these are the best for cleaning, fast easy cooking, light weight, and very attractive to hang on my pan rack in the kitchen. I continually search for these on sale as we are on a limited income having ... read more

  • Best pans I've ever owned

    Dec 21, 1999 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Not too heavy, distributes heat evenly over pan
    Cons: No Teflon finish, which is needed for some cooking

    Summary: Everyone needs pots and pans. With so many makers of them, how does one decide which one to purchase? I had heard good things about Revereware as well as other makers, and it was just at random that I selected Revereware over other brands in the same ... read more

  • Still Going Strong After 40 Years

    Dec 18, 1999 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Durability
    Cons: Bottoms can be hard to keep shiny

    Summary: My mother is still using a set of the Revere copper bottom cookware that she bought over 40 years ago. I have a set now, and wouldn't cook with anything else. The copper bottoms spread heat evenly - food doesn't stick unless you try to cook on high. ... read more

  • Old Revereware never Dies...It gets Replaced!

    Dec 15, 1999 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Heat Conductivity, Gun-Grip,Ergonomic Handles, Good Balance, a Trusted Name.
    Cons: Primarily for Electric Stoves, Copper needs occasional cleaning, Now imported, from Korea, not produced to old specs.

    Summary: Since the first Revereware saucepan (1qt.) was introduced in 1950, Revereware has become probably the most consumed, used cookware, on the market, hand's down! Why?, do you ask? Shortly after Revereware's first saucepan was introduced, the ... read more

  • My cabinets are a disaster!

    Dec 13, 1999 by
    Rated a Helpful Review
    Pros: heat evenly distributed, cleans good, good cooking
    Cons: none

    Summary: I love to cook - and my kitchen cabinets show it! My cabinets are filled with copper bottom Revereware, some dented, some scratched, but all still very serviceable and usable. I received all these pots when I got married 30 years ago and I use them ... read more

  • Very long lasting

    Nov 29, 1999 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Long lasting, well made, even heating.
    Cons: you have to work to hard to keep bottom shiny...

    Summary: I started getting pieces of Revereware in the late '70's. I really like the way they cook all food so easily, & now -20 years later, I have almost every piece made by Revereware- including the teapot. I find the different size stock pots very ... read more

  • Revereware Copper Clad: Indestructible

    Nov 13, 1999 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Economical, lasts forever
    Cons: Does require some cleanup, including occasional copper cleaner to look its best

    Summary: I have Calphalon, and it's wonderful. I never use it. It's too heavy, the handles get hot, and despite the fact that it's non-stick, it's actually a pain to clean up. I use my Revereware copper clad pans, and I use them every single day. ... read more

  • 9 years and still strong

    Nov 7, 1999 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Simple, easy to use and durable
    Cons: Don't retain heat

    Summary: We got our RevereWare as a wedding gift. It is the single toughest cookware I own. Every piece that we were given is still in service, and I think my parents' is still working too. The copper bottom spreads the heat admirably, although not ... read more

  • Express Customer Reviews

  • Rvere Cookware

    Nov 18, 2010 by
    Not rated yet
    Pros: None
    Cons: Do not buy this junk.

    Summary: I have had two pieces of Revere Ware for over 30 years.  Great stuff and made in the USA.  Thought I would buy two more pieces which I did recently.  Pure junk now made in China.  The lids for both broke within months so they are in ... read more

  • Worthless Guarantee

    Apr 5, 2010 by
    Not rated yet
    Pros: They look nice and cook well.
    Cons: Paying a premium price for a shoddy product is wrong.

    Summary: I received a set of Revereware when I graduated from college.  I distinctly remember reading it had a 25 year warranty.  Well, around 24 years later the handle fell of a 1 Qt. saucepan.  No, the pan was not abused.  I went to ... read more

  • I love Revere ware and it is so EASY TO CLEAN!

    Jul 21, 2009 by
    Rated Show
    Pros: Great Durability and a wonderful timeless look that I love to display.
    Cons: The only thing I hate about these pots is my wife doesn't like them.

    Summary: I have used Revere ware pots and pans for about 20 years. I grew up with my parents having them. I was given a small set when I moved out of my parrents house. I love the look and durability of the set. The only thing I hate about these pots is my wife ... read more

  • Still using after 56 Years

    Jan 23, 2008 by
    Not rated yet
    Pros: Light weight, easy to clean inside, even heat.
    Cons: Plastic handles on old pans corrode although they are still usable

    Summary: I received 2 Reverware pans and a set of aluminum pots which have been given to charity. I have purchased 2 soup pots, a tea kettle and a frying pan since then. I also received some aluminum ware which I gave to charity a long time ago. I never hung ... read more

  • Revere won't honor warranty

    Jun 16, 2006 by
    Rated Show
    Pros: Even cooking surfaces; clean up and look like new after 16 years of daily use
    Cons: Company will not honor lifetime warranty

    Summary: I have had my Revereware Pro-line set for 16 years, and have loved using them. They clean up beautifully, look brand new, and cook evenly. Unfortunately, one of the pans has developed a warp over time. The Help Line at Revereware (800-999-3436) said ... read more

  • 50 Years And Still Going Strong!!

    Feb 24, 2006 by
    Rated Show
    Pros: Great heat transfer(less energy required),easy to clean inside,very durable!
    Cons: Copper needs to be polished after each use.Handles transfer heat too easily.

    Summary: When I started in my own apartment after military service my step-mom gave me a Revereware copper clad 12" skillet w/lid, 3 quart and 6 quart sauce pans and a double boiler insert which had belonged to my late mother. By my best estimate the cookware is ... read more

  • THE WARM SMELLS OF HOME

    Feb 5, 2006 by
    Rated Show
    Pros: REVEREWARE PANS WILL STAND THE TEST OF TIME AND COOKING
    Cons: I WISH I LOOKED AS GOOD AS MY PANS STILL DO

    Summary: 25 YEARS AGO WE DIDN'T HAVE 2 PENNIES TO RUB TOGETHER, BUT MY HUSBAND PUT SOME MONEY ASIDE AND BOUGHT ME MY WONDERFUL SET OF REVEREWARE PANS FOR OUR 1ST CHRISTMAS. SINCE THEN MY POTS AND PANS HAVE COOKED A LOT OF FOOD TO RAISE OUR 3 GREAT BOYS. MY ... read more

  • durability

    Oct 9, 2004 by
    Rated Show
    Pros: Love my pans. Can go into another room and know my food is safe.
    Cons: Not non-stick

    Summary: When I set up housekeeping ( about 55 years ago) I was advised to buy REVERWARE. I did so. NOW fifty years later, one of the original pans has a hole in the bottom. It could have caused a problem since I was frying deep fried shrimp. Anyway. When ... read more

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