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Revere Ware and warranty

As people spend more time cooking and more time using their vintage Revere Ware, we’ve gotten a lot more requests recently for Revere Ware warranty service, some of them quite demanding.  People seem to skip right past the disclaimer on our contact form an other places on our site.

Hopefully people will find this post and it will help clarify the situation.

The Revere Ware brand has bounced around among several corporate owners since the 1980’s.  They continued to offer some warranty support until 2018, when the latest corporate owner, Corelle Inc, shuttered the brand and discontinued all warranty support.  So unfortunately warranty support for Revere Ware is now a thing of the past.

In contrast, we are a totally separate company that came on the scene in 2009 and started offering a selection of replacement parts to help you get your cookware in good operating order again, and a lot of helpful Revere Ware related materials.

And we are happy to try to answer just about any question you might have about Revere Ware.  But unfortunately, we can’t replace your broken cookware or provide you with free replacement parts for original Revere Ware cookware under their warranty.

We do however stand by our replacement parts; if you have a problem with them, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

2 Responses to Revere Ware and warranty

  1. Kathi Wyatt July 9, 2020 at 10:44 am #

    Thank you for the information, but I think you could’ve been a little more tactful. I was really put off by the snotty air about this whole post. I wasn’t aware of all that was happening in the Revere Ware world until one of the knobs broke off and I needed to replace it and came upon this site. I’ve had my Revere Ware since I got married in 1987. In the past 33 years, I have only had to replace a few knobs even though I have used at least one of the pans just about every day. And after 33 years, my pots and pans are still in tip top shape. I would say that is a pretty good product, so why would I know about all the transactions and how many times you have had inquiries about warranties? Just try to be a little more nice.

    • RevereWareParts July 9, 2020 at 11:10 am #

      You are right, it was a little snotty. I’ve revised the post to have a softer tone.

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