Customer Reviews

  • Dear Lustre Craft:
    During a move, my husband and I were taking boxes from the kitchen to the truck. My husband decided to place the Lustre Craft Cookware box on the stove while he took care of some other things. When he set the box down, he accidentally turned on the stove and didn’t know. Next thing we know the house goes up in flames and our cookware was destroyed … so we thought. After examining the rubbish and retrieving everything we could, I decided to try to clean up my once beautiful cookware. With a little Cameo® and a lot of elbow grease I was ecstatic when my cookware turned out good as new! In fact, I kept the cord for the Electric Skillet inside of the unit and when I took the top off the skillet, the cord had not been damaged and it still works! The only evidence that my cookware has been in a fire is that a few of the handles are a bit melted. WOW!

    Linda from Fairfield, CA

  • Dear Lustre Craft:
    I bought my Slo-Cooker – just the one piece was all I could afford – last year. After cooking all kinds of stuff this past year and enjoying it so much that I have dubbed it my “Magic Pot,” I had to move Heaven and earth to make it to the fair this year and get my set. I bought the smallest set, as I am still cash-challenged somewhat, but was happy to get it. It arrived in time for this morning’s breakfast, and I immediately washed and heated my skillet.
    Even though I’ve seen the demo twice, I was still skeptical about cooking scrambled eggs in anything but a nonstick pan. Well…let me tell you, the eggs never even TRIED to stick, and the pan was clean as a whistle in a jiffy.
    I got a second Slo-Cooker as an incentive when I bought my set, and even though I already have one, it’s hard for me to part with it – but I will! I’m giving it to my best friend/manager of my little specialty store as a bonus/housewarming gift – I’m also his real estate agent and am helping him find a new home right now, and this is one thing I knew he would not buy for himself. I know he’s going to discover what I did – this is the best value for the money I’ve ever purchased. At twice the price, it would still be a bargain. The quality of the cookware is so superior to anything I’ve ever used.

    I can’t wait to mess with the Kitchen Kutter! I’m going to go buy 15 pounds of veggies to shred, slice and enjoy tonight! Well, I won’t EAT it all tonight, but I’ll ‘KUT’ it all! 😉

    Gail from South Gate, CA

  • Dear Lustre Craft:
    I noticed Lustre Craft is listed as a presenting company with a booth at our Home Show. It was quite a surprise to see and recognize the company name. The set of Lustre Craft cookware that I purchased in 1957 is the cookware I still use today … 47 years later!
    I purchased the set in Washington, D. C. paying for it $5 a week out of a $45 week paycheck. As you can imagine, I took cookware seriously to invest such a large portion of my income to it!
    I hope someone in your company will take time to enjoy my message and the amazement of this nearly half a century Lustre Craft user!
    It would be interesting to know if you receive many other lifetime stories such as mine.
    Congratulations and Sincere Best Wishes!

    Barbara from Bradenton, FL

  • Dear Lustre Craft:
    You will never know how thrilled I was when I sent my 52-year-old roaster pan in to get a broken handle repaired and back came a brand new roaster pan and I am so appreciative! I doubt, however, that I’ll be around to see it used for the next 50 years but somebody will. I have 2 or 3 other pieces and they are still serving me well. Thank you again. I will enjoy using my new one.

    Gayle from Charlotte, MI

  • Dear Lustre Craft:
    It was very interesting to read of Lustre Craft Cookware’s expansion as I have a set from 1940 when it was introduced at house parties. My husband bought a set for me as a surprise – I almost took his head off as we were newlyweds on a tight budget. We paid for it in installments, which was hard to do at that time. It was a wise buy (as he kept reminding me) as I still am using it daily and no doubt will pass it on to a grandchild when I’m gone. It has outlasted my husband of 60 years. I think of him each time I use a pan.

    Ruth from Saint Francis, WI

  • Dear Lustre Craft:
    We just attended a demonstration at the CA State Fair like we always do. The young man was fairly new but I love Lustre Craft and really like telling folks about the benefits of waterless cooking. Every time I attend a show I either learn something new or remember some tip I forgot. Last year we bought some additional pieces and this year we bought the baking set. Now the only thing left for me to do is to apply to be a show host. This is the best cooking ware anyone could get or give. Thank you!

    Peter from Half Moon Bay, CA

  • Dear Lustre Craft:
    I purchased a set for my mother in 1963 and received it back from the estate after her passing. I was thrilled to learn they were still under warranty. This information was shared at a recent show I attended in New Orleans. Your representatives were very helpful and I am looking forward to many more years of service. West Bend Cookware is the finest I have experienced. Since we live in South Louisiana and cooking is such a part of our culture, nothing does it better than Lustre Craft! Thanks for producing such a great product.

    Kenneth from Livingston, LA

  • Dear Lustre Craft:
    I have no need to diet because of my waterless greaseless cookware. My cholesterol was 589 – now it’s 209. My triglycerides were 1400 – now 380! This was without using medication or dieting. Thanks Lustre Craft!

    Vick from Buena Vista, CA

  • Dear Lustre Craft:
    I was going through some old cookbooks and found a booklet with Recipes and Instructions for Stainless Steel Cookware by Lustre Craft. I looked you up on the web to see if you are still in business and was surprised to find you. I thought you would like to hear my story. I bought a complete set of cookware while still in high school in 1955 and almost FIFTY YEARS LATER I am still using them — they still look like a new set of cookware! In fact, they look better than most of what I see in the stores now. Only problem I had with the set was a knob on the small saucepan cracked and thanks to your website, we found a knob to replace it with. Thanks for many years of service.

    Jan from Bellefontaine, OH

  • Dear Lustre Craft:
    I just wanted to say that I’ve had an original set since 1951. I just found my instruction book and wasn’t sure if you were still in business. I’ve enjoyed your cookware ever since way back then and to this day I haven’t seen the quality to top your product. I still use them every day. Just thought maybe you would be interested to know that after all these years, you are still the best.

    Lorene from Mesa, AZ

  • Dear Lustre Craft:
    I received my electric skillet a week ago and cannot believe the ease of cooking and clean up. My new utensil is a work of art to look at as it sits on my counter top. The recipes are easy to follow and a breeze to prepare. Tonight I prepared the Moroccan Chicken for my husband and father. Not only was it tasty, but attractive in the skillet on my table. My husband is now convinced my purchase was a good decision and the skillet a good value.

    Carol O Baxter from NC

  • Dear Lustre Craft:
    What a product! In 1950 we hosted a party in our home here in Geraldine, Alabama and as I remember it everybody who attended bought a set or some piece of cookware. We bought a whole set — I believe the price was $60 — and we could no more afford that expenditure than anything, but we both agree that it was the best money we’ve ever spent.

    John and Billire from Geraldine, AL

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