— Recommendations are independently chosen by Reviewed’s editors. Purchases you make through our links may earn us a commission.All-Clad’s stainless-steel cookware is known far and wide throughout the cooking community for its long-lasting performance and superior heat retention. Of course, investing in the brand’s high-quality pots and pans usually means splurging quite a bit—except during the brand’s ultra-exciting Factory Seconds Sales, that is! Get expert shopping advice delivered to your phone. Sign up for text message alerts from the deal-hunting nerds at Reviewed.Through Saturday, December 5, an array of All-Clad’s superb kitchen equipment is up for grabs at some awe-inspiring discounts. We’re talking savings of up to 76% on top-performing saucepans, stockpots and more! To shop this Fairgrounds sale, all you have to do is enter your email address and you’ll be brought to the main deal listings, with prices as marked on the page. You’ll want to keep in mind that these products are “factory seconds,” meaning they may have a small scratch or ding on them or come in a damaged box but will still perform as good as new and look gorgeous in your kitchen!If you’ve been looking for the perfect excuse to upgrade your kitchenware, this sale is it. From substantial savings on a sturdy, Reviewed-approved immersion blender (originally $199.95, now $129.95) to an $30 discount on our No. 1 pick for stainless-steel skillets, this 12-Inch Fry Pan (with a lid!), now’s your chance to refresh your cookware collection for way less. Keep scrolling to find five of the most incredible All-Clad bargains—just don’t wait too long to grab ’em, as inventory is dwindling fast!1. 62% off: A slick frying pan with a large handleNonstick pans are seriously a cook’s best friend. Whether you’re trying to prepare the perfect omelet or frying up a delicate fish, this easy-clean coating makes executing these tricky foods far simpler. In our quest to find out which nonstick pan performed best, All-Clad’s 4110 NS R2 non-stick fry pan (from $125) took home the victory for its easy maneuverability, perfect weight distribution and thick anodized aluminum base, which ensures long-lasting performance. While that exact model isn’t on sale, you can save $115.05 on the nearly identical BD5 10-Inch non-stick fry pan, which is both oven- and dishwasher-safe and features flared edges for drip-free pouring.Get the All-Clad Brushed Stainless BD5 10-Inch Non-Stick Fry Pan for $69.95 (Save $115.05)2. $70 off: This top-rated immersion blender with a powerful motorEven if you own a regular countertop blender, this sale may be the perfect time to add an immersion blender to your repertoire of cooking tools. Ideal for making a TikTok-famous whipped coffee or whipping up some warm soup this winter, immersion blenders are truly a kitchen essential that you never knew you needed until you own one. When we pitted the most popular models against each other, All-Clad’s regular stainless-steel non-rechargeable model ($99.95) soared into the top three, as we found it to be a robust, well-built option that blended soups, smoothies and mayo in a flash. Thanks to this Factory Seconds Sale, you can nab this souped-up, rechargeable version for $129.95, which is $70 off its usual $199.95 price tag.Get the All-Clad Stainless Steel Rechargeable Immersion Blender for $129.95 (Save $70)3. 60% discount: This nonstick roaster for your perfect holiday mealThe holiday season is upon us, which means our kitchen tools are about to get the most action they see all year. If your roasting pan is looking a little worse for wear, this All-Clad nonstick option might be just the ticket. Not only does it have a near-perfect rating at Macy’s, some shoppers have been bold enough to claim it’s the “best roasting pan ever!” We haven’t tested this model specifically, but its stainless-steel cousin, the All-Clad stainless steel large roaster with nonstick rack ($179.95), made short work of our oven tests. The main difference between the two? The shiny, steel interior of the stainless-steel model, as this 13-inch by 16-inch sale model is constructed from anodized aluminum. It’s also much cheaper, falling from $99.99 to just $39.95 during this sale.Get the All-Clad 13-Inch x 16-Inch Nonstick Roaster for $39.95 (Save $60.05)4. Save $110: One of our favorite stir-frying pans When we tested All-Clad’s 14-inch open stir fry pan, it unsurprisingly ended up on our list of favorites. While it wasn’t named our top pick (the Cooks Standard 13-inch Wok, $69.29, won us over instead), this stainless-steel model had several redeeming qualities. In testing, we found that it didn’t have a single uneven heating spot, distributing high temperatures across its surface for perfectly speedy stir frys and noodle dishes. Made w tri-ply bonded steel, this pan also retained heat impressively well (though its contoured handle made it slightly difficult to flip veggies). This similar open frying pan, once $160 and now $149.95, is made with five alternating layers of stainless-steel and aluminum. While it normally retails for $260, this item had packaging damage, so you can grab it for $149.95, giving you a little more than $110 in savings. Get the All-Clad SD5 Open 14-Inch Frying Pan with Lid for $149.95 (Save $110.05)5. Down $200: This gorgeous slow cooker with an digital displayIf you prefer to “set it and forget it” while making dinner, this All-Clad slow cooker will be right up your alley. Ideal for all those easy-dump meals, it features a 4-quart pot, a simple-to-read LCD display and three temperature settings: high, low and keep warm. Thilarger All-Clad 6-quart oval model ($249.99) was a solid performer in our slow cooker testing: We deemed it a total “beast” in the kitchen, although we didn’t love its preprogrammed cook times. This more compact version, however, features a fully programmable timer, and has its own fanbase, with one Nordstrom shopper stating it “cooks like a dream.” Right now, it’s down by over $200, going for only $99.95.Get the All-Clad 4-quart Slow Cooker for $99.95 (Save $200.05)Need help finding products? Sign up for our weekly newsletter. It’s free and you can unsubscribe at any time.The product experts at Reviewed have all your shopping needs covered. Follow Reviewed on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for the latest deals, reviews, and more.Prices were accurate at the time this article was published but may change over time.