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Circulon Stockpot

For soup lovers having a stockpot in your kitchen is a great boon. Products like the Circulon Stockpot make the art of creating soups and stews much easier.

The size also allows you to cook larger batches for canning and preserving, which saves you money over the life of the pot.

Positive Features

circulon stockpot This is a very impressive stockpot. It has a built in strainer so you can drain off items right from the pan.

That is a very clever and time saving design. Another great feature is the locking lid – you won’t worry about it slipping off while your straining a dish.

Overall the Circulon stockpot seems very sturdy, but not so heavy that it’s hard to manage.

With a ten quart capacity this pot can be used as a boiling water canner in a pinch too!


The Circulon stockpot costs about $160, but you can find it on sale for $89. It is a little pricy as you can get full stainless for that amount, but the clever design features may make the extra worth your while.

Note that the draining holes in the lid cannot be closed. This may prove problematic for some recipes.

Consumer Reviews

In reading customer reviews, nearly everyone who has purchased this stockpot has been very pleased with its performance. The nonstick feature has made for easy cleaning, and they really love the ability to pour off from the pot without trying to maneuver a strainer.

The lock on lid gets many great comments from a safety perspective, and the size makes it very serviceable for large meals and those things that a cook might wish to make in bulk.

The only complaint (and it was mild) was that people wished they could close the straining holes in the lid.


  • 10-quart stockpot
  • Hard-anodized aluminum construction for even heating
  • Riveted 18/10 stainless-steel handles
  • Silicone Comfort Grip insert
  • Tempered glass / stainless steel lid
  • Straining holes
  • Hand washing recommended
  • Oven-safe to 400 degrees F
  • Limited lifetime warranty


This is a well-constructed piece of Circulon cookware that’s useful to nearly any kitchen. It is big, so if you’re seriously stretched for storage space you might want to find a smaller stockpot.

Otherwise, this is a solid investment that lives up to its promises with few, if any, issues.

Click here to read more consumer reviews or purchase the Circulon Elite Hard-Anodized Aluminum 10-Quart Nonstick Stockpot with Pouring Lid

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