Fissler’s brilliant range of induction pans can actually be used on pretty much any cooktop, which is a bonus. If you missed it we did a full walkthrough of all the pans and sets for induction cooking.
However, for the purpose of this product guide, we’re going to be considering how these pots and pans work specifically when it comes to induction.
From what we’ve seen of what others have to say online, the reviews are pretty positive!
You can use this set of pans, which will cover you with a five-piece set, on all kinds of hobs and cookers.
Therefore, you can even use a standard electric model, and these will still give you plenty of volume, durability, and stability.
There’s a lot to like.
In this big pack of five you’ll get three pots in varying sizes, as well as a saucepan and a roasting pot. That, at least, holds something over the products we’re reviewing elsewhere in this guide.
Induction roasting pots are particularly good at getting things cooked to speed, and as Fissler is a genuinely solid brand, we were excited to see what you all have to say about these pans.
Product Review Overview
Fissler induction pans are built with German engineering. Yes, you’d normally really turn your head at those if you’re buying sports cars, but the fact is, the German steel in the construction of these pans and pots really is second to none.
It’s got that robust, unstoppable look, too. Shiny and appealing, they are easy to pick up and move around thanks to their dual handles.
You’ll also benefit from even cooking thanks to the construction of the bases, as well as thermo-resistant glass in the lids. This means that you can lock in the heat for even longer if you want to. Always good to keep in mind.
What’s also impressive about these chunky yet efficient pans is the fact that you won’t have to scrub them down too much in the sink unless you really want to. They will easily clean up well in your dishwasher, making things even more convenient.
You get 16cm, 20cm and 24cm pots, with a saucepan at 16cm, and a roasting pot at 20cm. That should be more than enough space for cooking up family meals from day to day, all without you having to go anywhere near the oven.
- Many people seem to have difficulty with the weight of these units – they are reportedly pretty clunky
- 18/10 stainless steel – to you and me, this means you are receiving pots and pans that are going to withstand all kinds of cooking adventures. What’s more, stainless steel is famously easy to clean, meaning you’re not going to get any nasty stains or spills sticking around for long.
- Variety of cookware – it’s nice to see that there are more than just your bog-standard pots and pans on offer here. There’s a saucepan and a roasting pot, too, meaning that you can cook all kinds of meals up in them.
- Super-efficient – the engineering and design of these pots and pans help to make them some of the speediest at boiling, frying, braising and more. They work really well on induction hobs as they match the efficiency of the cooktop. That’s always a plus.
Size and Specifications
- Number of Pans: 5
- Build: Stainless Steel and Glass
- Weight: 18.4lbs total
- Non-stick: No
Value for Money (4/5)
From our research, it’s clear that you can get a lot out of these pans. There’s certainly more to this set than the average, meaning that if you are looking to start roasting on the cooktop or need help from cookware that’s going to wear hardier than most, this is probably a good choice. However, keep an eye on what reviewers are saying, too.
You really can’t go wrong with stainless steel, and the German standard here really does hold up with years to view. Therefore, we’re pretty confident these pans should serve you providing you look after them. Users don’t seem to have much of a problem with keeping these pans running across the months and years. Neither should you!
Ease of Use (3/5)
Some people advise that Fissler induction pans are pretty heavy and cumbersome. That comes as a result of the build quality, we expect. However, there are lighter pans out there which do just as good a job. The real appeal here is the fact that they are dual-handled, which means you do have plenty of support hoisting your pots and pans up and off the cooktop.
Ease of Cleaning (5/5)
These pans are dishwasher safe, though you can also hand clean them if you like. The fact you can put something so tough and durable in the dishwasher is a massive plus.
The jury is out on this one, but the heaviness and cumbersome build might make this pot set a bit awkward to stack up. What’s more, you can’t really hang them.
How Does It Compare?
Procook Induction Pans
Procook’s pans are expensive but are easier to store than Fissler induction pans. However, they don’t come with the same variety of pots – and you may well find Fissler offers a stronger build.
Tower Cerastone Induction Pans
You get the same number of pans from Tower, though they are much lighter and therefore supposedly easier to manage. What’s also worth noting is that Tower pans are harder to clean if reviews are worth their salt.
We covered the Tower range in our full guide also.
This is what we choose our winner.
Should I Buy These Pans?
If you are looking for super heavy-duty pots and pans and are strong enough to wield them, Fissler induction pans should give you more than enough support.
They look great, are quick to cook up, and you can use them on more than just induction pans. Bulky but versatile – is probably the quickest way of describing them!