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Schulte-Ufer profiline

Posted by chloedepalais (My Page) on
Wed, Jun 18, 08 at 9:24

I recently purchased a very expensive set of Schulte-Ufer profiline in Berlin where I was assured that it was made in Germany. It reacted poorly when I cooked with it and after any number of emails to reps and supervisors I was finally told that Schulte-ufer was made in CHINA.


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RE: Schulte-Ufer profiline

E-gads, beware of lead poisoning. LOL. Can you return it? Usually high quality cookware comes with a good guarantee.


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RE: Schulte-Ufer profiline

Can you clarify what you mean by "reacted poorly"? I checked out the German site and also an American distributor. From the description it sounds like a fairly standard stainless steel disk-bottom cookware.

Carol

Here is a link that might be useful: A Schulte-Ufer U.S. Distributor Site


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