Staub Is Offering Incredibly Good Deals (Up to 80% Off!) on Their Iconic Dutch Oven and More Classic Pieces

published Sep 3, 2021
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Nothing in nature is perfect. Some folks would even argue it’s the slight variances and flaws that make the world beautiful. So hear us out when we say that you are definitely going to want to check out the “imperfect” cookware in Staub’s Labor Day Factory Sale

These pieces typically go for hundreds of dollars, and they’re worth every penny — but due to slight visual flaws, they’re on sale for up to 80% off. Each item still carries Staub’s impeccable craftsmanship and peak performance. What’s a little paint bubble for $200 off, right? Staub has a variety of sizes and colors of their signature cocottes, but there’s a lot more to browse, including some unique specialty pans. We’ve rounded up the most eye-popping deals Staub is offering right now. They’re all discounted, and they all deserve a happy, loving home. They’re also selling out fast — so grab them while you can!

Looking for more great deals? Check out our complete Labor Day sale coverage here.

1 / 5
was $429.00

This circular cocotte is ideal for slow-cooking and braising. (In other words, it’s perfect for all of the fall soups and stews.) The white color is a sought-after hue in Staub’s line, making this even more of a steal. We’re big fans of the lid, which features a dimpled interior to distribute moisture to the pots’ contents.

2 / 5
was $300.00

Do not underestimate this fry pan. It’s made from enameled cast iron, lending brawny heft and stellar heat retention to its surface. Unlike bare cast iron, this is nonstick without the fuss of tedious maintenance — and it’s ready to use, straight out of the box. Oh, and those low, curved edges? They’re designed to make stirring, flipping, and turning easier. Clever!

3 / 5
was $371.00

It’s worth grabbing this pan even if you never, ever use it to cook paella. The generous 13.5-inch diameter also makes it ideal for searing meat and fish without crowding the pan. It’s also incredibly easy to use; as one reviewer noted, “The handles are well designed for movement in and out of the oven and burners.”

4 / 5
was $260.00

Some folks express their affection with words of affirmation; others, acts of service. For us, it’d be using this gorgeous pan to make pancakes on the regular. (We’re folks with simple needs.) The pan is generously sized and completely flat, making the whole thing a steady, even heat source. We like the low edges that make it easier to get your favorite pancake-flipping spatula in on the action. Oh, and yep: It’s made from high-quality cast iron!

5 / 5
was $529.00

Okay, first of all: That color. La Mer is a dreamy marine blue that brings to mind the Italian seaside, which is something we can say about zero percent of our other pots and pans. Second: That *price*. This highly coveted item typically retails for $529! It’s worth repeating that any “imperfections” that appear on the piece are merely aesthetic; this oval cocotte will still braise, sear, roast, simmer, and bake like the best of ‘em.