Carl Phillip Fissler founded Fissler in 1845. A broad range of important inventions and developments, the use of highest quality material, and German craftmanship turned this small plumbing shop into one of the world's leading cookware manufacturers. Each Fissler product is made from the highest quality material, including hygenic 18/10 German stainless steel, and goes through ist certified quality control system. All pots and pans are made in Germany and offer satisfaction for lifetimes of use. To learn more about Fissler's History, manufacturing process, and features, please scroll down this page.
The Fissler Difference
The CookStar All-Stove Base
No Hot Spots
Limited Lifetime warranty for new Fissler products, excluding the CookStar Induction Pro
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In 1892 Fissler invented the mobile kitchen, known to the Germans as the 'Goulash Cannon'. In 1900 the company started manufacturing domestic and kitchen equipment that resulted in the first aluminum pots for the elctric stove in the 1920's. Fissler also equiped German passenger liners with special cookware for large kitchens and supplied the kitchens inthe Olympic village in Berlin 1936. The first pressure cooker with a patented multi-seting control valve was introduced in 1953. The same year Fissler produced the first German stainless steel cookware with its patented, super-strong 'Thermic' base. 1969, Fissler brings out the first pressure skillet. Another first happened in 1980 when Fissler presented its range of stainless steel pots with stay-cool metal handles. For Fisslers 150th anniversary, the company introduced the CookStar all-stove base and the robust non-stick coating. The current cookware lines where introduced in 2003 (Original-Pro Collection), 2005 (Intensa), and 2006 (Ultimate Frying System). They won numerous design awards for these products.