Tramontina’s Prima cookware line provides exceptional performance combined with the impeccable beauty, durability and quality of stainless steel. Its base is impact-bonded with three layers, consisting of 18/10 stainless steel, an aluminum core for conductivity, and magnetic stainless steel, which distributes heat quickly and evenly without hotspots, and makes the line perfect for induction-ready cooktops. As an added detail, its sleek, modern lines feature a flared edge for easy pouring. The premium stainless steel construction allows you to use this cookware on a cooktop, in the oven, and under a broiler. This cookware is part of the Tramontane Gourmet Collection of premium products engineered and manufactured with the finest design, materials and workmanship, outperforms similar products within the market and delivers one of the best quality and value to the cooking professional and enthusiast alike. Made in Brazil, proudly assembled and packaged in USA and offered under a Lifetime Warranty.

Product Features

  • Set includes 8 in Fry Pan; 10 in Fry Pan; 5.5 Qt. Covered Deep Sauté Pan; 1.5 Qt. Covered Sauce Pan; 2 Qt. Covered Sauce Pan; 3 Qt. Covered Sauce Pan; 8 Qt. Covered Stock Pot
  • Premium 18/10 stainless steel cookware vessel and lid feature mirror-polish exterior finish
  • Flared edge simplifies pouring, while riveted cast handles are ergonomic
  • Dishwasher, broiler and oven-safe (up to 500f / 260c) and compatible with all cooktops – including induction
  • Made in Brazil, assembled and packaged in USA; Lifetime warranty
  • Tramontina item # 80101/203DS – UPC 016017100923

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3 thoughts on “Tramontina 80101/203DS Gourmet Prima Stainless Steel, Induction-Ready, Impact Bonded, Tri-Ply Base Cookware Set, 12 Piece, Made in Brazil

  1. Don’t buy this pot! I bought this pot based on the 5-star reviews. What a mistake! Either the pot I received was uniquely defective, or Tramontina uses the poorest quality stainless steel I have ever encountered.When my pot arrived, I washed it well with warm soapy water, rubbing the inside well with a sponge. Then I cooked pasta in it. I thought the pasta water seemed a little bit grey, so I washed the pot well again. Next I tried making medicinal barley water in the pot. I needed to cook it for…

  2. I don’t recommend these pans I was excited to get these and they are very pretty. But they don’t work worth a damn. I have a hotel restaurant degree and worked in commercial kitchens in my career and I love to cook. Not in these things though. Food sticks like mad. I tried low heat, medium heat, high heat, preheat, don’t preheat, 5 different fats, lots of fat, little fat, tried conditioning the pan like you do with cast iron….everything I know to do. I have a set of Belgique all stainless I bought 30 years ago, never a…

  3. Tramontina’s “Prima” 12-Qt Stockpot vs. its “Gourmet” Alternative I needed to replace my old aluminum 12 qt. stockpot with a high quality stainless steel pot because I now have an induction stovetop. I have always liked the quality and price of the Tramontina brand, so it is my go-to brand. I often make a huge batch of chili or soup at home to feed a big crowd at the family cabin which is a 4 hour car trip away, so in addition to needing to be of high quality, fitting into my cooler is a requirement.Amazon sells 2 different 12 quart Tramontina…

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