Cuisinart's lifetime warranty not worth the paper it is printed on

This is my Cuisinart Sucks story:: I bought a set of Cuisinart teflon non-stick pans due to the fact that there was supposed to be a lifetime warranty on the cookware. Well when the teflon coating started peeling, I contacted customer service 1-800-726-0190 and was assured that if I sent them back they would warranty the pans. I stressed that they were several years old and the girl said that was ok. I spent $30 to FedEx the pans (sent back all pans in the set) and was also required to enclose a check for $10 to cover return shipping.

After about a month, I had not heard anything, so I called and Cuisinart had no record of receiving our pans, even though on the FedEx website it said "signed by Eechebarria". I related the FedEx confirmation and they said to give it another week to update my file. I called back in a week and the girl said that they received the pans and that there was a note in the file saying "customer abuse". I asked what that meant and she said she didn't know. I asked to speak to a supervisor and was referred to "Daniel". Daniel said that he would look into it and it was up to "corporate" and he had no input in whether the pans would be under warranty or not. He said he would call me back within 24 hours.

Daniel did not call back in 24 hours, so in 48 hours I called Cuisinart back and asked for him. He still said that it was up to corporate - I said that was not good enough; I have $40 more dollars invested in the pans. I told him that I have never seen any teflon coated pan that did not eventually have some peeling and wearing off of the teflon and a "lifetime warranty" should be honored. I also asked for a supervisor higher up.

A day later I got a call from "Dena". Dena (clanging pans sound as she was looking at the pans "right now") said the the customer abuse was using too high of heat which caused the teflon to fail - she also said that it was evident that metal utensils were used. Neither of which are true, the pans were just old and wearing out, but we bought them initially because of the lifetime warranty. Dena obviously had her mind made up already and she stated that if they just replaced pans for everybody, that they would go broke replacing pans with peeling teflon and they were NOT going to warranty my pans.

Due to my constant whining, she did agree to ship back the pans (received but damaged with dings on the edges from apparent mishandling in the warehouse), refund my $30 shipping and the $10 check (have not received yet). My response was since she was going to ship my pans back at a cost of $20 (probably their cost to ship) and write a check for $40, wouldn't it be wiser to invest that $60 and send us a new set of pans that have a (Cuisinart cost) of $60. She said "Look, we generally don't refund the original shipping, so NO". I also told Dena that I would post a positive blog post review as well as a negative blog post review on my experience with Cuisinart pans whichever was needed. She said that was my right. So here I am with the negative - I will never buy Cuisinart again and their warranty is not worth the paper it is printed on.

On a sidenote, I DO realize that all teflon pans eventually peel, but to be accused of abusing my Cuisinart pans just to get out of a warranty claim put a bad taste in my mouth (pardon the pun). Why would I invest $40 in sending back the pans back to Cuisinart, when I could add $20, go to WalMart and get another crappy set and avoid the hassle? It is also my opinion that a "lifetime warranty" is a lifetime warranty - if the warranty doesn't cover the peeling teflon on the Cuisinart pan, what does it cover? What else goes wrong with a teflon coated pan? And CBSTL wrote an Amazon review that states that "Cuisinart advertises the cookware set as being able to use metal utensils". You can read his Amazon review HERE.

I doubt if many consumers took Cuisinart to task as far as I did, and it is my opinion that with the time and money they spent dealing with me, it would have taken less than 5 minutes to make me a happy customer, but I guess those days are gone. So I do not recommend buying Cuisinart pans, and I won't be buying ANY Cuisinart products any time soon.

Read Jim's personal blog post here

235 comments (Add your own)

1. David wrote:
I bought the cuisinart 12 inch fry pan for the same reason "life time warranty". Now I know it is not true. You can still use it as stick fry pan, but I'm going to thow away and buy another brand. It took about year and half to be a stick fry pan.I was laughing about the high heat. They probably tested with heat level 2 among 6 with normal gas range. Good Luck to them, bye bye.

Sun, June 3, 2012 @ 11:35 AM

2. Unhappy Cuisinart Cultery Owner wrote:
I've seached the web inside and out for warranty information on the "lifetime warranty" on my knife set. This was the only information I've found with the exception of a bad phone number for Cuisinart. I've got two broken tips on what I thought was a nice 14 piece set of kitchen knives. I guess I will not waste anymore time on this and cut my losses and not buy any more Cuisinart products. These knives are less than a year old and all hand washed with no abuse. I don't dress out deer or saw logs with them. My question is "Where did the tips disappear to?!"

Sun, December 30, 2012 @ 10:05 AM

3. chieftan wrote:
We have a big pot that was part of a set my wife and I received for our wedding (stainless, not teflon). While other items have worked well for several years, the big pot has a severely warped bottom that makes the pot significantly rock and is preventing heat transfer from our glass electric cooktop into the pot. After inquiring about warranty replacement via several emails, here was the synopsis of what they said:
"If the pot/pan has been used on "high heat" and/or damaged in any way it would not be covered under warranty. "High heat" is considered setting the stove to Med-Hi or between 8 to 10."

What???? So are they saying their cookware is only suitable for non-boiling of potatoes or making only a luke-warm soup? Since when did boiling something become "abusive" behavior?

The issue is not yet fully resolved, but I am afraid to send it back or take further action, as I may never see it again or be out the cost of shipping it back....

Sun, February 24, 2013 @ 4:26 PM

4. CanThomas wrote:
Yes, their warranties suck. I bought a coffee maker for over $100 two months ago and the timer went already. To get it fixed I have to pay for shipping there and back... who knows how long it will take. I will never buy Cuisinart products again.

Thu, October 24, 2013 @ 11:48 AM

5. SuckyCusinart wrote:
Lifetime warranty means nothing! I recommend more action on blogging about thier no warranty warranty!

Thu, December 19, 2013 @ 9:53 AM

6. SuckyCusinart wrote:
APOLOGY... Cuisinart replaced my knife. I called back, spoke to someone else who was very nice, and my knife was replaced - no problem. End of story.

Thu, December 19, 2013 @ 10:17 AM

7. NotHappy wrote:
RE: previous post on 1.5 years when the 12" pan became a "stick pan". My case exactly! The whole pan looks good, never abused and hand washed. But not the non-stick only works in a sweet spot in the center. No non-stick!! Some green pan, in will go to tje landfill soon!

Mon, December 23, 2013 @ 10:21 PM

8. Sheila wrote:
Totally agree their warranty and products sucks. I just wish I would have know this before purchasing a pan set.

Mon, February 17, 2014 @ 11:40 AM

9. bobbi wrote:
I own cuisinart, all clad and calphalon cookware. Of the 3 the only ones I have had trouble with are the cuisinart coated pans the stainless steel cuisinart have been fine. My all-clad pans which are all stainless steel are great. I have never had any trouble removing cooked on residue caused by high heat after soaking awhile it comes right off. My calphalon pans have also held up although one of them did need replacing after the teflon began peeling but replacing it was hassle free and the new pan that calphalon sent me has not been an issue and this is a pan that I use a lot because of its size. However because someone put my calphalon saucepans into the dishwasher they no longer have a nice look to them but this does not effect their cooking ability. Because I would like to add a few additional pans to my mismatched collection I started reading reviews. I would now be afraid to invest money in cuisinart because of so many bad reviews. I will look at either buying additional all-clad or calphalon pans. This is too bad because I do believe that the cuisinart are the least expensive but not if they need replacing a few times over the years. Good pans should last a lifetime.

Tue, March 4, 2014 @ 8:27 AM

10. Al wrote:
My non-stick frying pan set ( bought it for frying eggs) " died" in about 1 year. I am so bitter, because I was very happy with other products till now. After reading the comments, I don't even want to try the warranty.

Sat, April 5, 2014 @ 4:47 PM

11. Paul wrote:
Our Cuisinart 8 quart pot, model #6466-24, bubbled up on the bottom. Glad I found this site before attempting to work with the warranty. Cheaper to buy a new one.

My wife, then girlfriend, bought a set of Royal Prestige cookware back in the mid 80's for around $800. I thought she was insane (but still married her). Turns out that was one of the best investments we've made in household stuff. The full 6 piece set has been used and abused for years and they still look brand new. Wish she got the 8 quart pot back then too.

Sun, April 6, 2014 @ 6:26 PM

12. Junior wrote:
Woke up today and cuisinart coffee maker dead. Going back to Mr Coffee. Tired of throwing money away.

Mon, April 7, 2014 @ 5:59 AM

13. Debra Batten wrote:
Bought a set of these pots and pans. Paid 160.00 for them. Everything sticks. No matter what you do. I hate them. Going to Wall Mart and buy me a cheap set. They cook much better. I have ruined so much food in these pans. From the comments above I see it is useless to try and get money back.

Tue, April 8, 2014 @ 8:53 PM

14. Cuisinart is not your friend wrote:
Yes, I too sent a set of pans back as they did not hold up like they should have. Never have I used anything but covered utensils on the set. They sent the set back to me stating it was not a manufacturers defect. I called to the company and they said I could send a registered letter to corporate. Cuisinart Attn: Phil Schwartz 150 Milford Rd East Windsor NJ 08520. I will try and if no luck, I will communicate with every possible future buyer of these products to let them know their warranty is a sham. Reviews on Macys, Nordstroms, Bon Ton will know of their scam.

Tue, April 15, 2014 @ 5:51 PM

15. Becky wrote:
I agree. Their products do not work. It is better to go back to the old iron skillet. Better for us, and they last forever!

Sat, May 3, 2014 @ 6:01 PM

16. Do Not Buy Cuisinart DCC-2800 Coffee Maker wrote:
Getting our THIRD Cuisinart DCC-2800 Black Perfec Temp 14-Cup Coffeemaker sent to us since our second 'replacement' was also defective and died within a matter of a few months of getting it. It replaced our original one that electrically died within a year of us buying it based on Consumer Reports ratings. This one died due to leaking most of its water contents all over the counter versus funneling it into the coffee pot. Mind you, we are older with no kids at home and are not hard on coffee pots. We have all our other original appliances and such. I had to get serious with the first Customer Service youngster who was going to charge me shipping to and from when I informed him not only no, but heck no! This was their defective product replacing their original defective product and I refused to pay shipping again. He sounded like he was 18 years old. Then telling me it was Corporate policy and could not be changed! I happen to be an Engineer & a PMP - a certified Project Management Professional - and asked him "Are you in Customer Service?" "Aren't you supposed to be servicing your customers?" If he did not care, I did not care and I can certainly go to Social Media and explain how Cuisinart does not care. I then asked to speak to his Superior. I got Ashley. After explaining the like, I still am getting another DCC-2800 (sigh), but won't have to pay shipping to and from. The other issue I have with Cuisinart is when you register your warranty info - it never shows up again on their website. When I ask about it, they don't know it because the warranty info is for 'marketing' purposes only. Oh really - then why does customer service go by the original warranty of our first coffee maker and not of the second one we received? I guess the warranty info is not just for marketing use then. Arrgh! Never again will we buy Cuisinart!

Fri, May 30, 2014 @ 7:28 PM

17. Lisa wrote:
I bought a Cuisinart Ceramica 12 inch skillet right after Christmas and used it a couple of times and it was wonderful. Then, after a month of use, everything started sticking to I looked up the warranty and contacted Cuisinart customer service. I followed their recommendation to boil just water over the surface and let it set for 5 minutes and everything still stuck to the surface. So, I write them back. Their response was that I can ship the skillet to them for an evaluation at my expense and will receive a response after their review. After reading the title bloggers experience, along with the others just makes me think I am just going to skip it and just buy another skillet NOT made by Cuisinart.

Wed, June 25, 2014 @ 3:53 PM

18. Brenda wrote:
I had a hard anodized saucepan, non stick, that was scratched in a few places and these spots had begun to rust. I didn't realize Cuisinart had a lifetime warranty but I contacted them via email and they told me send pictures to such and such email. I did and almost a week went by and I hadn't received anymore emails from them so I started to get worried, glad I hadn't paid to send the pan. After reading all these reviews I was prepared to write the whole thing off and get another saucepan. Well, out of nowhere, a Fed Ex delivery guy comes to the house.He must have the wrong address I thought, but my name is on this box. I take in inside, open it up and Cuisinart had sent me a replacement saucepan, just like my old one! I don't remember giving them any of that information in my email correspondence and I never received anymore emails or anything. I was shocked. It was kind of weird but I can say I'm very pleased! Thanks Cuisinart.

Sun, August 31, 2014 @ 4:06 PM

19. Deanna wrote:
Thank you for your honest evaluation of your experience. It helps me to decide how to proceed with this company. I hope they are watching your blog, and notice how many customers they are losing. I too was attracted to a company promising "lifetime" warranty. But if this is how customers are treated, I'll take my business elsewhere.

Sat, September 27, 2014 @ 7:19 AM

20. Ivy W. Blumenfeld wrote:
I have a beautiful kitchen and cook with the ugliest pots and pans imaginable. My Cuisinart set is a disgrace and an embarrassment. When dinner guests enter my kitchen, I don't hesitate to mention the equipment is Cuisinart, and stay away from the product.

I sent pictures to Customer Service to illustrate my plight. I was ignored,after a young man helpfully told me I had a "lifetime Warranty." Laughingly, I said , "whose lifetime." ?

Bottom Line: I will shout from the rooftops, STAY AWAY from Cuisanart. Hideous product. I got "taken." Shame on you!
Ivy Blumenfeld

Wed, October 22, 2014 @ 9:47 PM

21. Rita wrote:
Wow. Just bought a new set of cuisinart cookware. Looks like it's going back to the store tomorrow.

Thu, November 20, 2014 @ 6:59 PM

22. Betty Davis wrote:
I just bought a titanium 10" non-stick skillet (marketed under the name Quantanium) and admit I was partly persuaded by the "lifetime guarantee" and the fact that the sticker attached says metal utensils can be used. Both seemed attractive to me, and when I got home with the pan I called the 1-800-726-0190 number posted on the hangtag "to obtain warranty service." I was put through an unbelievable round of advertisements telling me I had won a cruise and was even given the opportunity to participate in a singles sex line, among other things I neither wanted nor needed. I was given the option of :staying on the line if I didn't want any of these marvelous offers, which I elected to do. In the end, I wasted about 15 minutes and got nowhere with registering my skillet; I had to go online for further inquiry. Cuisanart has what I hope is an unrivaled approach to product warranty service and, after reading all of the negative customer comments, I have chosen to just use the pan in whatever manner I wish and replace it when it no longer functions well, as I have done with all other cookware I have purchased. Who needs headaches like this just to warranty a cooking utensil? I, for one, have better things to do with my life.

Tue, December 9, 2014 @ 6:06 PM

23. Red wrote:
My friend gave me amazon gift card for my birthday gift. I purchased DLC-1SS food processor, which is the smallest 2-cup food processor in October. I used it only once and then about 2 months later, i tried to use my machine, it just doesnt work. I checked every wall socket in my kitchen and everything works just fine except the dam food processor. My roommate had to chop 6 onions to make dumpling, and we had to do it cause we invited people over to make and eat dumplings. It was so annoying that I couldn't use the food processor at the moment that I really needed. and It was just second time to use!
I emailed them about this problem and now they are asking me to get a new product, I have to pay the shipping for that, I have to send my current defect on with my own cost.
I paied 30$ for a new machine and now I have to pay their shipping 7$ + my shipping about 7$ I supposed, the time to pack and go to the post office. I dont know if it is that much worth.

Wed, January 14, 2015 @ 2:50 PM

24. Cliff wrote:
Products from Cuisenart, Kitchenaide and a few others aren't what they used to be. I also have a 11 1/2" Cuisenart skillet which has never had anything other than plastic or wood utensils in it, has been cleaned with soapy water and sometimes Bon Ami, and has never been overheated. Yet, the non-stick surface it wearing off after a few years. With all the conditions they put on their (Ha-Ha) lifetime warranty, I'm not even going to try to get a replacement. I'm just going to throw it in the garbage and buy cheap WalMart replacements. I can buy several cheap non-stick skillets for what I paid for this Cuisenart garbage. Plus I won't have the aggravation of trying to get some rip-off manufacturer to stand by its warranty. I want to thank Jim for his "Cuisenart Sucks" comments; my sentiments exactly.

Sat, March 21, 2015 @ 7:44 AM

25. No longer a Cuisinart fan wrote:
Well I guess this mom won't be buying Cuisinart again... I thought I had found a great pan, but model #M5533-30HR Non-stick Saute pan with cover 5.5 qt/5.2 L V#30919 0912, turned out to only be great for a little under a year. Now what I have is a big STICK pan. The coating has been coming off for a while and we've only used plastic/rubber utensils. From the sounds of it I'm better off throwing it away than attempting their warranty. I guess Cuisinart is on my no buy list now.

Fri, May 1, 2015 @ 2:21 PM

26. Sergio wrote:
All I can say is Cuisinart surprised me with the way they handled my claim. They have a customer service system that is designed to take $0.00 losses which is not a bad idea if you selling quality products but these pots I purchased were horrible the worst I have ever cooked with and to add to that they give their customers no type of benefits after they make a good faith purchase from your company. There is no need to continue to write but if you read this message don't buy Cuisinart products your better off with purchasing from another company that honors their warranties.

Fri, May 22, 2015 @ 7:05 AM

27. Doris Bachmann wrote:
Do not EVER buy a Cuisinart product of any type. If you do you are a fool.
I have been a customer of Cuisinart for 40 years. I bought 2 Cuisinart blenders in the
last 6 months both of which were defective and broke. The second one was a Duet
Blender/ Food Processor BFP-703. After 2 months the gasket melted and after 6 months the motor just stopped.

I am a SICK woman who needs the blender immediately to prepare my medication which keeps me alive and my special Protein shakes which keep me ALIVE!!!!
First Cuisinart tells me it will take 3 weeks as they will only FIX the Blender. I tell a
supervisor that is no good as I MUST take my MEDS/Protein Shake to keep me
$ 10.50 TO RETURN THIS PIECE OF JUNK TO THEM!!! Then when I call to speak
to supervisor Eric he refuses to give me Corporate Headquarters or CEO's name or
number and tells me it's a warehouse that is the Corporate Headquarters and it is
a warehouse man who will make the decision on my Blender refusing to give me
CEO's info, who is Phil Schwartz I found out later and he has no email or phone number. Can you imagine this is 2015 and he tells me to write him via snail mail!
RIDICULOUS!!!!!!!! Eric says he'll call me in 2 days and he doesn't. I call Tuesday,
May 26 well over a week after I sent and they received my Blender, it was confirmed
however they didn't check it in so I am supposed to wait another 2 days while Jason
supervisor # 2 does what he can to CHECK IT OUT! A week and a half and I'm
He tells me to go buy another BLENDER. Can you IMAGINE!!!! WHAT A NERVE!!!!! THEY WOULD RATHER I DIE THAN SEND ME A NEW BLENDER!!!!!



Tue, May 26, 2015 @ 1:22 PM

28. Mona Katawne wrote:
Same problem with a skillet. After one year of low-mid heat use, hand washing and non metal utensils the coating started pulling away from the pan. I bought the pan at Sears. Despite having a receipt, Sears refused to replace it saying it is a Cuisinart warranty. Called Cuisinart who insist that, at customer expense, the pan must be mailed back for inspection before they will replace the pan. Can't send photos so now faced with a Catch 22. If I invest another 20 bucks to mail this pan there is no guarantee that I wont have the same frustrating experience as everyone else. I'm going to cut my losses. Lesson learned: don't invest on Cuisinart based on their warranty. Don't trust Sears guarantee of satisfaction.

Thu, June 25, 2015 @ 12:08 PM

29. Orlando Lopez wrote:
I placed an order for a coffee grinder part... (Which I discover was based on erroneous info provided by the Customer Service agent!!!)
Less than 10 minutes later.. I called to cancel the order. Was told order was canceled... Checked my bank statement and saw that my account was debited for the amount of the part's price... But.. Did not see a credit... Called this morning... Was told that "the refund is processed WITHIN TWO BILLING CYCLES!!!!! "

I asked what that meant... The answer?

A BILLING CYCLE IS A 30 day/1 month PERIOD!!!

So Cuisinart will hold on to my money FOR THE NEXT TWO MONTHS!!!!

That is the most ridiculous handling I've experienced EVER!!!!

Was told tha Phil Schwartz (Customer Service Director) "does not have a phone"... That he can only be contacted by MAIL!!!

Great Customer Service Level ...!!! isn't it?

Wed, July 15, 2015 @ 10:39 AM

30. Carol wrote:
I purchased a limited addition Cuisinart coffee maker. Within two months, on five occasions, it did not brew coffee and the carafe was filled with clear water; then the hinge on the left side of the reservoir cover became dislocated and, as a result would not close properly. I then contacted Cuisinart requesting a replacement, but they were out of this model and said they would send me an upgraded coffee maker. But, I discovered that it's list price was $100 less than the one I bought. At that point I requested a full refund and was told that it would be turned over to corporate. Today corporate called and told me they would send me a replacement maker and would issue a $100 credit toward the purchase of another appliance; that once I received this I would need to send them my defective coffee maker, and of course I would be responsible for shipping cost (which in itself is ridiculous). I told the representative this was not satisfactory, that I never would buy another Cuisinart appliance and again requested a full refund. That's when I was told to write to Phil Schwartz. Customer service is nonexistent.

Mon, July 27, 2015 @ 3:04 PM

31. shane wrote:
Registering your Cuisinart Products is Just for Marketing!??!?!

I just called Cuisinart for help with my PowerEdge 1000 blender, which is still under warranty. I was informed that the manufacturing date was more than three years ago so I would have to prove that it was purchased within the warranty time frame. It was a gift given on Christmas 2012. On Dec 26th I went online and under the warranty section of the Cuisinart website I registered my blender. I was then informed that registering a Cuisinart product does not have anything to do with the warranty and that it is only used by the marketing department. What?!?!?


Fri, September 4, 2015 @ 4:39 PM

32. @wontdoitagain wrote:
I bought a small Cuisinart metal coffee maker less than 3years ago and have gently used it -my first and only Cuisinart purchase. It now has rust around the top of the coffee pot and much of the teflon base is peeled off and rusted. After reading these 'customer services' experiences, I'll just wait till it finally croaks and replace it with a Mr Coffee machine.
Good Bye, Cuisinart.

Sat, September 5, 2015 @ 4:46 AM

33. Tim Sullen wrote:
I don't know what you guys are complaining about. They were so nice to me. I bought a 5 x qty knife set 2 years ago and just last week I was holding the one of the knifes and it fell from my hand about a distance of 1000mm. At first I was like wtf mate. The knife must be shit. Who cares they are so cheap buy another one. i called up and they said that the warranty doesn't cover it but they will replace it out of good will. If you guys were not a bunch of cunts to the customer service representatives maybe they would be replacing you goods also. If you dont want shit broken go and buy better quality goods for more.


Tue, September 8, 2015 @ 1:31 AM

34. bill gregory wrote:
same problen no non stick capability after only a year,paid a shit load of money for the set as I liked the design,they should rename the company crapinart,thats what the product is crap

Mon, October 5, 2015 @ 6:22 AM

35. loren wrote:
I learned the hard way as well. Cuisinart warranty is useless. I had a set of knives , the handle broke within 4 months on the most used knife.. After sending them photos and answering numerous dumb questions, now they want me to return the knife, and pay $5 for their shipping. Ya that's never going to happen. Everything I own Quisinart is going back to the store, I'll purchase some other brand and feel much better.

Tue, October 20, 2015 @ 3:01 PM

36. Kim wrote:
My 10 month old coffeemaker stopped working, so I called the warranty dept. I was told to send it in to them and I would have another one in 7 to 10 business days, but I would be responsible for the shipping. After paying over 26.00 for regular shipping, I called the warranty dept again the following week. I was told that I qualified for a new coffeemaker, but the one that I purchased was out of stock and would not be in stock for about a month. Already at my wits end over not having a coffeemaker and having to pay so much shipping, I only said, "And what am I supposed to do about having a coffeemaker for the next month, buy a new one?" All I got in response was, "I don't know." I started demanding that I purchased a coffeemaker and I should not have to purchase a new one just waiting on them. Finally he told me to go online a pick a new one that is compatible in the price range and call back. I told him oh no and instantly went online and picked one out. Again, I was told to expect delivery of my new coffeemaker in 7 to 10 business days. I do not understand why it would take so long to ship something like this. I have been dealing with this almost three weeks now and will never use this company again!

Fri, November 6, 2015 @ 12:11 PM

37. Jamie wrote:
All cookware Mfrs. refuse to honor their warranties. It is an industry standard. Cuisinart has warranted out a 3-year-old coffee maker and a 5-year-old food processor for me with no questions asked. Cuisinart has good warranty and cust. serv. EVERY company sucks for pots and pans. Only cookware you'll never have a problem with is cast iron.

Wed, November 11, 2015 @ 11:33 AM

38. Richie wrote:
Two French triply coated pans from Macy's. About $200.00. Coating peeled on smaller pan. Cuss art never even answered my e mail.

Mon, December 7, 2015 @ 7:56 PM

39. Rob Packard wrote:
I have a cuisinart coffee grinder that's less than a year old. The grinder blade runs continuously as soon as you plug it in regardless of whether the safety cap is on or off exposing a spinning blade to fingers. How many other models have this flaw allowing it to chop off fingers unprotected? When I called customer service (1 800 726 0190) the floor supervisor Kieraten was uninterested in checking this safety flaw. She actually told me I would have to wait for someone to get injured to file a claim. Im not interested in filing claims. I just wish they cared more about people. I would have sent it to them regardless of whether I got a new product so they could at least investigate this coffee grinder/finger slicer. I was shocked at the total lack of concern.

Wed, January 20, 2016 @ 3:23 PM

40. Dee Dee wrote:
Purchased a set of induction pots at Bed, Bath and Beyond in Jan 2014. Within 6 months the bottom metal detached. I contacted Cuisinart and they sent me a replacement with only a photo sent to them. I was very pleased with the customer service. When a second pan did the same thing I contacted customer service again. I've answered stupid questions like how much do I boil with the pan? Do I put them in dishwasher? (they say dishwasher safe) What temp do I cook at? 3 separate emails have been sent without any response! I will never purchase another cuisinart product after this customer service. They are destroying their brand! The fact the pot is unusable after light use in 12 months is terrible. I'd think this would be covered by the warranty. The inside has hardly a mark so clearly the pot has hardly been used. I've been trying to get it replaced for almost a year now!
Never, never again.

Sat, February 13, 2016 @ 3:17 PM

41. CM wrote:
Received a Cuisinart Programmable Slow Cooker as a wedding gift, used it 2-3 times in the first year we had it. Kept it in amazing shape. On use #4, the slow cooker started shutting itself off after 15 minutes.

Tried to call the warranty department, spoke with someone named Jamie- unfortunately, he said, their warranty system was down at the moment, and I would need to call back at a later date.

STAY AWAY FROM CUISINART PRODUCTS! They are terrible and poorly made- they also have terrible customer service.

Sun, February 21, 2016 @ 1:36 PM

42. Very Mad Cuisinart customer wrote:
STAY AWAY FROM CUISINART PRODUCTS! They are terrible and poorly made- they also have terrible customer service. I found this blog too late......No more Cuisinart products in our house...They can take their "Lifetime Warranty" products and shove it up you know where their "Lifetime" :-)

Sun, February 28, 2016 @ 9:17 PM

43. Ann wrote:
I am surprised that no enterprising lawyer has seen fit to file a suit and convert to class action on this issue. Their warranty is bad business practice and although probably not illegal, highly unethical. Cuisinart is really no longer Cuisinart - they were bought by Conair, those fantastic hairdryer people. The true Cuisinart company would not treat customers in this fashion. Conair apparently has no problem ripping of its customers. Don't buy Cuisinart because you're not going to get a true warranty and it's not really a Cuisinart anyway, it's a Conair. Big difference. Anybody with this issue should also file a complaint with the Department of Consumer Affairs in their state.

Tue, March 8, 2016 @ 7:02 AM

44. john wrote:
I bought a 14 piece knife set a year ago and so far I have had 3 steak knives break .They are the biggest piece of shit I have ever seen , I will never buy their crap ever again .

Tue, March 22, 2016 @ 4:01 PM

45. Trish wrote:
Just got off the phone with Cuisinart customer no service about my immersion blender that stopped working after about 6 uses. Not even nice at all. Too bad, they don't replace parts, can only offer me 20% off on a new one (plus shipping) which would cost me more than going to BBB with a coupon for a new one. Such a difference from my Oster wine opener which recently stopped working and they are cheerfully replacing it. I will avoid Cuisinart in the future......and I was on the verge of getting a slow cooker - not now !!

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I bought a digital cusinart pressure cooker and it stopped working in less than 6 months. I contacted the cusinart warranty department by email. I HAVEN'T HEARD BACK FROM THEM AFTER MULTIPLE ATTEMPTS.

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I bought the Burr and Grind coffee pot 6 months ago. Two days ago I decided to make a pot of coffee and smelled something burning. When I ran into the kitchen white smoke was pouring out of the interior, unplugged it and ran outside with the unit. I was very disappointed since I have always loved Cuisinart, but you can guarantee I won't be buying their product again.

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I bought a Cuisinart steam convection toaster oven 7 months ago with a 3 year warranty. I loved it. It cooked great then it just quit. I've been trying to reach someone in the warranty department but the number says it's not a working number. I emailed 3 days ago and have not heard anything back. Sounds like this is a lost cause. I paid $250 for it so it was not cheap.

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I have two Cuisinart skillets I purchased less than a year ago, and I'm putting them out with the garbage this evening. It is true that cooking on high heat will cause the Teflon coating to deteriorate over time, no matter what brand of non-stick, Teflon coated cookware you use. My suggestion is to invest in a nice set of stainless steel cookware and nix the Cuisinart and the hassles.

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50. Doug wrote:
I have never seen this happen before. I have a set of Cuisinart stainless steel saucepans and after boiling water the plate on the bottom of the pan stayed on the burner when I moved the pan. The pans are about a year old and have been used daily. Defect? Definitely. Its probably not worth the hassle of asking for a replacement. Cuisinart's claim to fame is its food processor. What was I thinking buying cookware from a one-hit-wonder?

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Growing up my mother always had cuisinart products she was quite the chef and she was quite proud of them. So as I became an accomplished cook I too purchased cuisinart products. I have a cuisinart coffee grinder, which is the only product I have not had a problem with. I have pans than seem to get water between the pan and the laminated thick bottom so I have to heat them for a while before using them to get them to stop sizzling and steaming. And it smells while doing so. Then the food processor that has the little clear plastic tab that lets the base know the top is on broke off, it is very thin so I super glued it the notch permanently and now it works ok but cuisinart wanted me to purchase a whole new top for some ridiculous amount of money. Then my stick blender shaft seized up and I have to pour melted crisco down into it to free it up every few uses. My blender just plain quit and I bought a Hamilton Beech. Have never had a problem with it. My SS700 coffee maker display freezes up and sometimes will only brew a 6oz cup of coffee and leaves the K cups very wet so they drip all over the place when they are removed. I contacted cuisinart twice on the problem the first time it was under warranty and they asked that I clean it using white vinegar which I did but the problem still persisted intermittently. When contacting the second time about 6 months later the warranty had run out and they would do nothing for me. I guess I should have insisted on a replacement the first time. My cuisinart 4 slice toaster (two long slots) only toasted on one side after a few years so now I have a Breville. Only one of my many cuisinart products has stayed dependable and from this point forward I will never purchase another cuisinart product. Too bad they got so cheap as most of my mothers items which my sisters have still work.

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52. Sue wrote:
I bought a cuisinart hand mixer from Macys in November and after 3 uses it stopped working. I called them today and I had to pay $10 for shipping and they asked me to return the one I have and I have to pay for shipping for that too. Without returning it I will not have the warranty for the one they will send me. Most probably this will be my last Cuisinart purchase too.

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We bought a Cuisinart blender here in Canada. The jar is glass which is surprisingly hard to find, so we were pleased, for a while .
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55. Lisa wrote:
Purchased a Cuisinart multi-cooker at the first of the year. Cooked with it a few times and the teflon insert began to pit and peel Paid for the return shipping to Cuisinart, $40. The new replacement insert pitted after just one night of slow-cooking. It is evident that this appliance cannot perform as advertised.

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56. Kat wrote:
I have a set of their strainers, the solder let go and the handle fell off. They are only a couple months old. They best replace them free or I will just bring it back to Bed, Bath and Beyond and they can eat it when the store returns them for credit. They will need to send me a postage free label to return it to them and they will reship my relavement for free. If my terms and not met, again, I will just return it to the store.

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I have a cookware set that was purchased in the late 70s early 80s.. After many many uses cleanings etc the 3 litre pot has developed metal fatigue cracks where the handle is spot welded to the pot. I do not believe that this cookware owes me a thing, but as this was a very expensive set when purchased and it had a lifetime warranty, and according to the warranty it is supposed to last my lifetime, I elected to call Cuisinart warranty to see if there might be a replacement somewhere. I was informed that the product was no longer in production and therefore was not warrant-able, No words like sorry but we can help you pick out a replacement pot of another line.. No couple of bucks off on purchase of replacement; just " The warranty expires when the product goes out of production". Do they send people to school in order to learn how to make a lifelong customer an enemy?
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59. mike belk wrote:
I bought a 12" ceramic frying pan, It lasted about 1 year before it started sticking, the store I bought it from. Kohls, gave me credit towards a new model, my old model no longer was available. I read the instruction about hand washing, etc and even sprayed the pan with pam each time before use, it lasted about a year, So, no I am not going to try and get another replacement. I am going to throw it away and tell every one I know not to waste their time on these products.

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60. John chapman wrote:
First thanks you so much for taking the time to help other consumers. I found this while researching the warranty of a food processor I was intending to buy from Cuisinart. Needless to say I was horrified by you story and will pay the price for a breville instead. Atleast I can reply on them . Thank you.

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61. Ernie P wrote:
Useless Warranty. Coffee Maker floods water and coffee grounds over counter area. Replacement sent for a $10.00 shipping fee. They want me to pay return shipping for defective unit? Might as well go out and purchase a more reliable product. Rip Off Warranty

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62. jah wrote:
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Great coffee, but unreliable with substandard warranty – Not recommended
If you purchase a Cuisinart product, be aware that you are doing so under a very limited warranty, where you will be required to pay for replacement, or repair. In my opinion their customer service and product warranty falls way below industry standards. Consumer Affairs website apparently agrees with my position, giving them only 1-star in overall customer satisfaction.
A few weeks after receiving my coffee maker I noticed that the thermal carafe was leaking between the stainless-steel bottom and plastic top. Reading various reviews, I found this to be a common problem (I probably should have read the reviews before purchase). I called Cuisinart’s customer service line and received the increasing familiar, “due to unusually heavy call volume . . . we’ll call you back). They apparently had unusually heavy call volume all day, but after repeated attempts throughout the day and finally waiting on hold for 10 minutes, I was eventually able to actually talk to a customer service representative. I explained my problem and was told that they would gladly ship me a replacement, but it would cost me $10 shipping and I would have to return the defective carafe at my cost! In other words, I’m going to have to pay around $25 to replace a defective part under warranty. A part they sold me, most likely knowing it was defective at the time of sale (one only needs to read the various reviews in order to come to that conclusion).
In fairness, the warranty does state that to, “facilitate speed and accuracy”, (in other words, to do your job), please enclose $10 (for shipping / handling). However, NO WHERE DOES IT SAY THAT I WILL HAVE TO PAY TO RETURN THE DEFECTIVE PART BACK TO THEM! They let you find that out after you purchase the product and require warranty work.
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