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Ball Jar Collection Elite Stainless-Steel 21-Quart Waterbath Canner with Rack and Glass Lid Reviews

Ball Jar Collection Elite Stainless-Steel 21-Quart Waterbath Canner with Rack and Glass Lid

Ball Jar Collection Elite Stainless-Steel 21-Quart Waterbath Canner with Rack and Glass Lid

  • 21-quart stainless-steel canner with chrome-plated rack fits up to 7 quart-size jars at a time
  • Double-riveted, loop side handles encased in silicone for a safe, comfortable grip
  • Tempered-glass lid with steam vents allows for viewing contents at a glance
  • Safe for use on all stove tops (unlike waffle-bottom canners); cleans up easily by hand
  • Measures approximately 17-2/5 by 13 by 9-2/3 inches

The time-honored tradition of fresh preserving meets modern style with the new Ball Collection Elite Stainless Steel Waterbath Canner. This sleek canner will match the decor of today’s kitchens, while delivering the superior performance and premium quality Ball Brand Fresh Preserving Products have provided for 125 years. This beautiful Collection Elite series waterbath canner will last for generations. Durable 18/10 stainless steel and large 21-quart capacity delivers superior performance and premium quality features that home canners want. Triple layer base of thick aluminum fused between stainless steel provides even and efficient heat distribution. Also perfect for preparing additional kitchen creations beyond fresh preserving – such

List Price: $ 120.00

Price: $ 78.94

12 Comments/Reviews

  • DanManTN says:
    86 of 87 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Perfect solution for glass top stoves!, July 15, 2009
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    DanManTN (Johnson City, TN USA) –

    This review is from: Ball Jar Collection Elite Stainless-Steel 21-Quart Waterbath Canner with Rack and Glass Lid (Kitchen)

    I stumbled upon this when searching for a “flat bottom” water bath canner for making dill pickles…it was recommended on a blog somewhere. I hesitated since I had never heard of “Jarden” brand, but then realized it was made by “Ball” of the mason jar fame.

    The pot is a heavy bottom bot that sits flat on my glass cooktop. I checked the owners manual for my range and it stated I could can on top of it as long as the pot was flat and it did not extend too far over the edge of the burner. CHECK YOUR MANUAL to be certain, or call the company…not worth it to screw up the sensors on your stove, or damage the material.

    The see-through glass is really handy for visual monitoring and it’s well made. Stunning stainless steel takes us out of the stone age in water bath canners. I am very pleased.

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  • M. Feldman says:
    37 of 37 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Good-bye grungy old graniteware, August 29, 2009
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    M. Feldman (Maine, USA) –
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    This review is from: Ball Jar Collection Elite Stainless-Steel 21-Quart Waterbath Canner with Rack and Glass Lid (Kitchen)

    I’ve been canning for years, and I really appreciate this stainless steel water bath canner, which replaces my rusty, decrepit old graniteware. This is a well-made kettle. In addition to its sturdy construction and the thrill of having a kettle that doesn’t look like it’s been around since the 19th century, I like this Ball brand product because:
    (1) it has sturdy, easy-grip, rubber-covered handles; (2) it has a non-flimsy glass lid; (3) it has a good rack, the kind with indentations that allow you to rest it on the sides of the pot to load, before lowering it in. The unfamiliar “Jarden” name put me off for a moment, until I realized that it was the name of Ball’s corporate parent. So if your old canner looks like my old one did, indulge yourself. I figure I won’t ever have to buy another one.

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  • C. L. Peter says:
    23 of 23 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great Canner—Label easy to get off!, July 7, 2010
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    This review is from: Ball Jar Collection Elite Stainless-Steel 21-Quart Waterbath Canner with Rack and Glass Lid (Kitchen)

    Love the canner and liked that it was a Ball product. Works great on my glass top stove!
    My box was setting on the patio, in the 99 degree sun, when I come home. When I open the box the canner felt very warm. I noticed the label was rolled up on one end and pulled it off with no residue of any kind on the side of the pot. For future buyers, just set the pot in the sun for an hour and pull label off with no problems.

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  • So True says:

    I’m kind of confused as to how the difference between a stainless steel and blued steel firearm is sometimes only $20 or so. Isn’t stainless steel fairly more expensive to manufacture than plain carbon steel? Are some stainless steel firearms simply stainless steel finished with carbon steel underneath?

  • Victorian Disco says:

    I can’t seem to find any stainless steel travel mugs that have a stainless steel interior. Most come with a plastic interior, which I don’t really like. Where can I find the ones with stainless steel interiors?

  • Dirk Diggler says:

    I thought about getting the ”stainless look” appliances, but I worry about it rusting if It gets scratched or something. We just bought a new home and we are getting ALL new appliances as well as washer and dryer. Any tips on good brands and stainless steel vs stst look?

  • SaltLake City Weekly says:

    I recently purchased a supposedly stainless steel braclet on eBay but when I checked to see if it was attracted to a magnet, it wasn’t. I used the magnet to verify it was truly stainless steel.

    I always thought stainless steel would be attracted to a magnet.
    Helmut mentioned that 300 series not readily attracted. Does not readily mean not at all, or just barely, or what?

  • Wrong says:

    Is Stainless steel called that because…..
    a. Its stains less

    OR

    b. Its virtually stainless (it can’t stain).

    Lol do you know the correct answer?????

  • BOOM says:

    I know you can but all of our appliances are over 8 years old. Our white dishwasher just went out and I want to change everything to stainless steel. My husband said we can just get the stainless steel dishwasher and replace everything else as they die out. Wouldn’t that look tacky?
    Tacky is not the word to use, but it wouldn’t look right to mix appliances.

  • LooknBe_Germany says:

    I am working on a project designing a hand tool with a body made of stainless steel. Any advice about the best method to fix on a preformed steel handle (like a brick laying trowel handle)?

    for example is it easier to weld normal steel to steel?
    Also is it more difficult to weld stainless steel onto stainless steel?

    Any advice appreciated

    Cheers

  • systematic_83 says:

    Is there a cleaner or something that will get rid of scratches on stainless steel
    sorry…i forgot to say its a sink

  • mlee404 says:

    A lot of people kept recommending stainless steel cookware. After reading up on it and stuff, I decided to take a shoot. Its been a big a real pain.

    Things easy burn on the surface… seriously compromising the non-stickiness. I ruined a turner b/c I had kept the food moving around to stop sticking.

    Also, a bigger pain to clean. From what I read, you don’t want use soapy water, since that will ruin the seasoning nor heavy duty pads. Any suggestions of cleaning?

    There a way to keeps stuff from burning on instead of building up a good seasoning.

    The only thing I can cook on it is eggs, omelets, and stuff, which turn out very nice. It got great heat retention and distribution compared to anything I have used. I guess I will learn to cook with it, but I need to know how to clean them better.
    It is stainless I know how to read a box. The methods I mention were applicable to aluminum and stainless cookware.

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