Kitchenaid Gourmet Essentials vs Kirkland hard annodized- quality
Hi. I want to buy one of these but I'm not sure which.
Both sets I'm looking at are very comparable as far as pieces I need. I want nonstick surface.
The Kitchenaid set is $50 more, but I'm in love with the red color and would prefer that over the metal look.
Here is the kitchenaid description:
The cookware features a heavy gauge aluminum core which evenly distributes heat to prevent burning. A hard-base porcelain nonstick interior offers durability and scratch resistance. The vibrant red porcelain enamel exterior is easy to clean. Cool-grip handles complete the design and are made of stainless steel encases in silicone rubber.
Here is the kirkland:
This hard anodized cookware is manufactured using an electrochemical process creating a durable surface that is scratch resistant, nonporous, non-reactive and two times harder than stainless steel. The advanced multiple reinforced non-stick technology from DuPontÂ® offers a superior non-stick surface with outstanding releasability and ease of cleaning. The combination of the exceptional heat conductivity of heavy gauge aluminum, with an ultra-smooth exterior and advanced non-stick interior from DuPontÂ®, makes this cookware durable, beautiful and easy to maintain.
Which set is better do you think?
My MAIN question is which in known to hold up better over time? I want these to last me for years and years.
Which would you buy? I have decide fast before sales end!
Thanks so much, I've been doing research and reading posts here but can't find the answer to which is better.
Thanks so much for your help!!!