Saladmaster vs Telebrands

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Saladmaster

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  • 0 ISSUES RESOLVED
  • 68 TOTAL REVIEWS
  • $45.6K CLAIMED LOSSES
  • $4.2K AVERAGE LOSS
2.5
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  • So simple to cook 4
  • Love the cookware 4
  • Great quality 3
  • Saves time 3
  • No oil 2

Customers don't like

  • This bad experience6
  • Too expensive and poor customer service5
  • Hate the cutlery2
  • Presentation burnt food2
  • No customer service2

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Telebrands

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  • 2 ISSUES RESOLVED
  • 2092 TOTAL REVIEWS
  • $100K CLAIMED LOSSES
  • $94 AVERAGE LOSS
2.0
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  • Light weight 16
  • Concept 13
  • Ease of use 10
  • It was great while it lasted 9
  • Concept and ease of use 7

Customers don't like

  • Burst very quickly25
  • Leaks and bursts13
  • Poor quality12
  • Burst real quick11
  • Busted hose10

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I don't know about telebrands, but I sure know about Saladmasters! I've owned a complete set since 1989. They still look great, and cooking in them has been a pleasure. You do need to learn how to cook in them, and how to best clean them. If you have a gas stove, I would recommend Iron pots better, they too are great, and best for nutritional purpose, &easy to maintain.Take time & learn to cook with your Saladmaster set, they too have nutritional value for you. NEVER, use scouring pads, or scrap either Iron,stainless, or teflon. Wait till they cool down, fill with h2o, & a lil soap. Leave it soaking for a while, even over night. I keep a plastic spoon by the sink, to scrap a little, if I have to, but if its too much, I change the water, refill, & leave soaking longer.Iron, u soak, scrap with the plastic spoon, & wash with a just water, or a little soap if needed, dry all of them immediately & you'll enjoy your pots for years. I have read & heard it's best to throw Teflon away if damaged, they emit undetected gas fumes, when heated that can be deadly..Hope this has been a help to all.