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Revere Ware Warranty Replacement

Despite copious and prominent notes around our site to the contrary, people often mistakenly assume that we are the Revere Ware company and ask us for warranty replacement of their Revere Ware. We started making replacement parts because Revere Ware was no longer supporting the older cookware, or even the newer cookware, as evidenced by the lack of replacement parts listed on the official Revere Ware site.

However, they do still seem to support at least some replacement of products under the Revere Ware 25 year warranty as evidenced by this blog post, and others that we have seen. First check their warranty page to make sure your product is covered (hint, cookware is 25 years, tea kettles are one year), try contacting Revere Ware (aka World Kitchen) and ask for replacement. You can contact them online here or by phone at 1.800.999.3436.  I’ve tried to contact them via email and have rarely gotten a reply, so I recommend calling them.

42 Responses to Revere Ware Warranty Replacement

  1. Jennifer Johnson October 5, 2010 at 2:16 pm #

    I purchased the 8 peice Revere ware set about 8 years ago. on both frying pans along with the medium size cooking pot, the nonstick surface is becoming fuzzy. I have been told i should no longer be eating out of these pans because of the chemicals that can come off of the pieces of teflon. When I purchase the pans they had a 25 year warrenty. I have never put them in the dishwasher nor used anything other than plastic or wooden spoons on them. How can I go about replacing the set. Thank you for your time, please email me back asap. Thanks

    • Peter October 5, 2010 at 7:00 pm #


      Please see the post that you posted a comment on. The post contains the links to Revere Ware’s warranty page, as well as their contact page and phone number.


  2. Peter October 14, 2010 at 7:54 am #

    Please note that Revere Ware has changed their site around considerably and the links above are no longer working. You can find their warranty pages at the bottom of their FAQ here:

    and their contact form here:

  3. john hower April 28, 2011 at 3:49 am #

    the older reverware that we have has contributed to the ruination of our glasstop cooking stove as the warrenty on it exclided the use of copper bottemed pots can you help me to use your products for cooking such as exchanging them for ones that are compatable with glass top ranges?

    • Peter April 28, 2011 at 10:04 am #

      Actually, the point of this post was that for Revere Ware warranty replacement you should contact Revere Ware (now owned by World Kitchen) as we aren’t the cookware company. You can find them at

  4. Nancy July 7, 2011 at 8:04 am #

    I have a set of pots & pans that was purchased in 1997. The handle fell off one of the lids. After searching the internet for Revere Ware’s website, I came across this page. Thank you reverewareparts! I called World Kitchen/RevereWare at 1-800-999-3436. Since they no longer carry the size pot I have, and hence no longer have the lid, they are sending me both a pot and a lid! Wow! I wish J.A. Henckels was as accommodating ($5 shipping/8 weeks and counting).

  5. Michael September 27, 2011 at 5:28 am #

    I want to thank you for this blog as I was able to get warranty replacement for my Revere Ware 3qt pot which btw was 24 years old. World Kitchen was very gracious and gave me NO hassle in arranging the replacement.
    I now know that paying the premium price those 24 years ago was well worth the expense.
    Also want to extend World Kitchen a very grateful Thank You for honoring the warranty.
    It is rare to find a corporation that is still honoring their commitments anymore. World Kitchen is to be commended for stepping up. Thanks again. Mike.

  6. christopher March 20, 2012 at 6:57 am #

    just got off the phone with “doug” at World Kitchen and the experience was pleasurable. he quickly and smoothly handled my issue with a revere ware cooking pot. thank you World Kitchen; 800-999-3436.

  7. sharon June 4, 2012 at 2:53 pm #

    The brass handle on my copper pan fell off as it fell to the floor, could you please fix our pan?..Thank you Sharon

  8. Peter June 4, 2012 at 3:30 pm #

    Unfortunately we don’t do any type of repairs.

  9. michelle October 31, 2012 at 10:15 am #

    I just called requesting replacement of my 1 1/2 qt pan due to the copper bottom separating. I was told they no longer make that size but would be happy to send a 1 or 2 qt pan. She was very nice and helpful!

  10. Susan Slate February 26, 2013 at 8:54 am #

    I have a 12 in stainless copper bottom fry pan that I absolutely love and use alot. The handle where is was soldered has come undone and handle is hanging. I need to know what I can do to take care of this problem. It seems that where it was soldered it wasn’t soldered enough. Thank you, Susan Slate

    • Peter February 26, 2013 at 9:04 am #

      That’s a tough one. If your cookware is less than 25 years old I’d try and get a replacement from Revere Ware.

      Otherwise, you’d have to find a machine shop that can braze the parts back together. I am not aware of any service that provides these kinds of repairs for cookware.

  11. Susan Slate April 2, 2013 at 10:27 am #

    My stainless steel fry pan is less then 10 years old. So I know the pan is covered. I would like to have it replaced. This also has a stainless steel handle, it has no plastic on it at all.

  12. Peter April 2, 2013 at 8:32 pm #

    You can contact Revere Ware at for warranty and contact information.

  13. Danny Hughey April 8, 2013 at 12:51 pm #

    Called to have my Revere Ware frying pan warrantied today. After waiting 20 mins on hold I find out they do not warranty warping. I paid a higher price for a quality product and good warranty only to find you have to read the fine print and they will do not honor the warranty if they don’t want to. This is complete crap I paid good money for a nice stainless steel frying pan only to have it be defective from normal use. Stay away from their products!!!!!

    • Peter April 8, 2013 at 1:28 pm #

      It is a misnomer that Revere Ware produces high quality product today. They haven’t really produced the good stuff since 1968, at which time they cut in half the thickness of the stainless steel and copper in their pans. The thinner the metal the more inclined it is to warp due to sudden cooling (i.e. putting it under water when it is hot).

      The stuff they produce now is particularly low quality; I’ve heard lots of stories of the copper layer falling off.

  14. Danny Hughey April 8, 2013 at 5:14 pm #

    Mine wasn’t copper bottom just all stainless, still sucks they wouldn’t replace it under its existing warranty which it still has. I will continue to bad mouth them any way I can due to this and I have a lot of time to do so 🙂 so I will find ever site I can to do so and then do so again. Thanks for your reply Peter I realize this is a parts site and yall had nothing to do with but its thanks to them im so mad.

  15. Ginny Schmidlin September 27, 2013 at 9:04 am #

    What happened to the LIFE TIME Waranty?

    • Peter September 27, 2013 at 11:35 am #

      They did offer a “guarantee” which seems to translate into a lifetime warranty because they didn’t specify a term. For example, from Revere Ware’s guide to better cooking from 1941: “Guarantee: We guarantee Revere Ware Copper Clad Stainless Steel Utensils to be free from defects in material and workmanship. Any part of parts thereof which prove to be defective will be cheerfully replaced.” When they refer to Utensils, they mean cookware. The pressure cooker manual from the 1940’s has a similar statement.

      But that generous no-questions-asked warranty appears to have been gone for quite some time. found a leaflet included with cookware from 1977 that references a 7-year warranty. I found a An article in the Los Angeles Times from 1989 references Revere Ware’s 25 year limited warranty and have found other literature between those two dates that specifies a 25 year warranty.

      So the answer to your question is, it disappeared 35 or 40 years ago.

  16. george l muller January 4, 2014 at 3:47 pm #

    in the 1970 s i bought a 2 quart cookpot and used it all these years. today jan 4, 2013 i was preparing to have a steak that was frozen, i filled the pot with water and put the pakaged steak in it to thaw.I went to the store to get a few things, when i came back there was 2 qts of water on the counter and floor. i live alone, no pets thought to myself that someone came into my house, thought for a minute. examied the pot. found tiny hole in the seam. whats the warranty. i reaized i used it for a long time, but a leak at the seam must be really unusually excuse the spelling It has been a good pot

    • Peter January 4, 2014 at 4:11 pm #

      They honor a 25 year warranty, so you are out of luck warranty-wise. Where exactly did the seam have a hole?

  17. Kristie Krone September 9, 2014 at 11:46 am #

    I have a 2 year old Revere Ware stainless steel 2 QT pot with a broken handle. This pot was purchased to replace the one we got as a wedding gift 15 years ago. From the first month, the handle was never good and constantly needed to be screwed tighter before using. Last night the handle popped out, screw and all as I filled the pot with water. It is now stripped and not fixable. Please tell me that World Kitchen will stand tall and fix this problem without hesitation.

    • Peter September 9, 2014 at 12:06 pm #

      From what we’ve heard from people, World Kitchen does seem to honor their warranty. However, I would call them rather than email them from their customer support page. We’ve have very poor response rates when communicating with them through their contact form.

  18. Richard Fahr April 12, 2015 at 6:44 pm #

    I have a 12 Qt pot Stainless with copper bottom. The electric weld gave way on one side of lid handle. Is this eligible for a warranty claim? I purchased item to add to my set about 15 years ago.

    • Peter May 26, 2015 at 6:36 am #

      World Kitchen (who owns the Revere Ware brand) honors a 25 year warranty on copper bottom cookware. That sounds like it should be eligible if the piece is les than 25 years old. Please contact them for more information –

  19. rebecca April 10, 2016 at 4:18 pm #

    thanks for this post — it helped me find the world kitchen site to contact them about my ccokware. i also enjoyed the kafkaesque nature of your trying to tell people this is not the official site, while they continue to treat it as if it were. good stuff. made me smile out loud. thanks again for the links.

  20. henry tempe May 6, 2016 at 8:06 am #

    I have a pot that the handle is coming loose can you replace the pot?

    • RevereWareParts May 6, 2016 at 8:11 am #

      Please refer back to the top of this post. We aren’t the cookware company and we can’t handle warranty replacement for their products.

  21. MARIE July 24, 2016 at 2:41 pm #

    we bought a whole set OF POTS AND PANS #3520027 about 10 years ago,one of the pots has a problem.
    the liner on bottom OF POT came apart on layers,i’m very upset,because i do take care of all my pots and pans,but this one being my favorire is all messtop.
    can anyone please help me,to where or how can i get a replacement,thanks MARIE

    • RevereWareParts July 25, 2016 at 6:01 am #

      Please refer to the above post for warranty replacement for you Revere Ware which is less than 25 years old.

  22. Roy Coakley October 13, 2016 at 12:44 pm #

    I have a 10.5 inch square x half inch high flat pan. The pan is warped and unusable. it is relative new and never washed in a dish washer. those are the facts. I want a new pan.

    • RevereWareParts October 13, 2016 at 1:07 pm #

      Please refer to the above post for information on contacting Revere Ware aka World Kitchen, the makers of the cookware. We aren’t the company that makes the cookware.

  23. Jackie December 25, 2018 at 8:40 pm #

    My 2 qt copper bottom saucepan (circa 1979) sprung a leak today. It seems that one of the tiny rivets that holds the handle on the pot has given out. There is a little hole where the rivet should be, and it leaks liquid down the outside of the pot. What a colossal mess! Is this covered by the warranty? Please advise. Thanks.

    • RevereWareParts December 26, 2018 at 5:36 am #

      What you are seeing likely isn’t a rivet but a spot weld. Sometimes when the handle separates due to a failing spot weld it pulls through to the inside of the pot and leaves a hole. See our article on repairing or replacing after handle separation.

  24. CINDY DERENDAL January 7, 2019 at 1:16 pm #

    I contacted by phone World Kitchens and talked to a rep about revere ware warranty replacement of a knob on my 3 quart sauce pan. She said her company no longer represents revere ware or their warranties anymore. I am interested in the knob replacement you show for the saucepan as that is the exact knob that will no stay on the screw of my saucepan.

    • RevereWareParts January 7, 2019 at 3:19 pm #

      We wrote last summer that it appeared that Corelle Brands, which now owns the Revere Ware brand, was preparing to dump Revere Ware. It seems that is now complete.

  25. Pat Henrie November 11, 2019 at 11:55 am #

    I’ve used Revere Ware since my marriage in 1966. Any warpage I had was because I foolishly put cold water in a hot pan. Has anyone found a way to reflate a pan? They work fine with a gas stove but I now have electric.

    • RevereWareParts November 11, 2019 at 2:28 pm #

      Sadly, no. As far as we know, once a pan is warped, there is no way to fix it.

  26. Cheryl Helopoulos January 15, 2021 at 10:03 pm #

    Happy have a revere pan that springs every time I put it in the oven when it gets hot. Can it be replaced?

    • RevereWareParts January 16, 2021 at 3:46 am #

      Unless you have a Revere Ware piece that has no Bakelite parts (like the all metal casserole dishes) oven use is not recommended; the Bakelite can easily start to deteriorate and put out an awful smell if it gets too hot.

      Your pan is springing likely because at some point in its life it was cooled down too fast and warped.

      The post above about warranty replacement is quite old now, and Revere Ware is no longer made and the brand has been discontinued entirely, including any warranty support.


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