Does the 13 X 7 include the handles and the lid?
Circulon 5-quart Covered Dutch Oven
Prepare a delicious casserole or dessert with this dutch oven from Circulon. With a five-quart capacity and non-stick, hard-anodized surface, this dutch oven provides even heating.
ITEM#: 14916238Prepare a delicious casserole or dessert with this dutch oven from Circulon. With a five-quart capacity and non-stick, hard-anodized surface, this dutch oven provides even heating.
- Surface: Non-stick
- Materials: Hard-anodized aluminum
- Lid material: Tempered glass
- Finish: Brushed
- Handle attachment: Double riveted silicone and stainless steel
- Care instructions: Hand wash
- Dimensions: 13 inches x 7 inches
- Oven safe to: 400 degrees fahrenheit
- Capacity: Five (5) quarts
- One (1) five-quart dutch oven, one (1) lid
|Manufacturer Warranty||Limited Lifetime|
|Product Features||Non-Stick Surface|
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Looks like it will last a while. Price was pretty good. Shipping was fast. So all in all... good choice.Read More
Perfect size for a family of two or three. Southern fried chicken (four thighs, five drumsticks) cooked up in two batches. Heat distribution was even -- chicken cooked up evenly brown and crisp. No spatter when using a splatter guard (wire mesh) top. Clean up was a snap.Read More
looks good, very high quality, size is really great for a variety of diferent things, soups, stewsRead More
I was looking for a good, multipurpose pan for stir fry and making stews and chili. This one is holding up great after a few weeks of constant use. I considered pots that there $50 and a little heavier and more durable, but this one is a good compromise and easier to use because it's not as heavy as more professional pots.Read More
I gave this as a gift and the recipient loves it. She's a great cook and loves using her dutch oven, so that is a compliment in itself.Read More
Given as a gift, and I felt good giving it. I believe my daughter in law will be able to use this for many years.Read More
For the price, I did not expect this quality. It's a perfect size and shape, truly nonstick, pretty, has no faults at all. A wonderful buy.Read More
I had been looking for a pan like this in department stores and they all cost twice as much because they had a famous chefs name associated with them. I was very happy to get exactly what I wanted at half the price. It is an excellent pan for the money.Read More
Very happy with the purchase, it was just the right size and weight.Read More
Pot works great, saute or brown on top of stove, then bake in the oven at 350 with no problems. Just what I was looking for.Read More
Questions & Answers
Hello cjj56, Yes that does include the lid and handles. Thank you for shopping with us!
What is the height of the pot without the lid?
The height, I think, was about 5" or so.
How much does this weigh? (it would be helpful to put this info on all your kitchen cookware)
The weight of this item is 6 pounds.
The item ships at 6 pounds.
Where is this made in?
This is made in China.
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