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Handles for Presto Pride Kitchen Cooking Pots

I purchased a set of pots(18-8 Stainless, Patent 2.502.495) about 35 year ago, they are still working for me and I love them but the handles are weak and some have fallen off. Do you know where I can find some replacement handles?

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  • Anonymous Apr 04, 2008

    want handles for presto pride cooking pots

  • jhkelly1 Oct 19, 2008

    I bought my set in 1959 and they are still in excellent condition. I just would like to give them a new look by replacing the knobs and handles.

  • Anonymous Nov 16, 2008

    I bought my pots 50 years ago and they are still wonderful pots but all of the handles are now missing. The handles shown on Regalware do not look the same. Mine were not curved. thanks for any help!

    Tricia.

  • p_ogorek Nov 30, 2008

    I have Cuisine cookware pots, 3 of which have broken handles. I can not seem to find any where to purchase/order new handles. I love my pots which I bought over 20 years ago!

    I hope you can help me.

    Peggy


  • jermax Dec 10, 2008

    My Presto Pride cookware was purchased in 1959, and I too was told they were guaranteed for life. They are great pans, but I now need handles. Thanks if anyone knows how to obtain them.

  • ilejove Jan 23, 2009

    I have the same problem.The small deep cooking pot my mother bougth more than 50 years ago, lost one handle. Where can I get it
    Ileana


  • blankita50 May 01, 2009

    I also bought mine about 35 years ago. They are in exscellent condition except for some of the handles which have fallen off. Does anyone know where to get them?

  • Anonymous May 06, 2009

    I have the same problem, purchased a set of Presto Pride Pots over 37 years, they are in great shape,love them and have no desire to replace them. Some of my handle have fallen off, was told they were guaranteed for life.How do I replace them without having to pay for them.

    Lilla

  • Anonymous May 06, 2009

    I have the same problem, some of my handle have fallen off---was told they guaranteed for life. How do I replace the handles without having to pay for them.

  • Sara Spears Oct 05, 2013

    Looking for handles for Presto Pride cookware - NOT Presto.

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Go to www.regalware.com .Click on customer services, then click order replacement parts.then click on presto pride

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Krissy57, I have the same problem! I bought mine 41 years ago, and they still work like a charm, just need some new handles. When they told me they would last a lifetime, I laughed, but they have held up through a lot of abuse. If you found the handles, I would appreciate a heads up about it. Thanks Terri (TerHarRN@aol.com)

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Here is a link to take you to where you can purchase replacment
handles and knobs for your Presto Pride cookware. Please note the date on the handles. There is one model for older models and one for newer ones, check the dates. The only color they come in is black. The brown ones are not available anyone and they don't
have the copper ring,, but they work just fine. https://www.regalware.com/PORDERS.pgm

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  • Sara Spears Oct 05, 2013

    regalware bad address

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My mom has these same pots and now I am looking for some myself now that I am married.. While in search of some, I found this website that may be helpful to the both of you. https://www.regalware.com/default.pgm

Hope this helps!

Posted on Mar 25, 2008

  • Marie Francois Dec 13, 2011

    I bought a set of pans and at the time I also bought a set of cutery I don't know whether it was the same presto pride company, the only problem is that only one handle from one of my pans broke but otherwise Its the best set anyone could ask for I am now a senior citizen, and I was in my teen years when I bought them although at the time I did not want them but that was the best purchase my husband did and I really love showing them off on my table when we have friends and family gatherings, they are the center piece all I do is just put the cover underneath as a stand and I love them no problem, that its only one broken handle as I mentioned otherwise its perfect.

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Regal Ware Worldwide, Manufacturer and Supplier of Stainless Steel ... Presto Pride Replacement Parts ROYAL QUEEN: Royal Queen Replacement Parts SEAL RITE: Seal Rite Replacement Parts

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I have 8 pots all with great handles, 6 lids and extra 5 curved handles 3 straight handles and four knobs for lids.
Call 972 740 1243. East Texas

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