Best thing I own in my kitchen.
If I could only own one cooking appliance this would be it, I have well and truly got my money's worth from this pressure cooker, it is on thing I have never regretted buying. It cooks well and very very quickly. So good if you have forgotten to get meat from the freezer, you can quickly defrost then cook your meal in less than 30 mins quicker than jumping in the car to buy takeout, has saved us lots of money over the years. Love it!
As another had mentioned I have ruined about 6 meals until I read the post of the vegetarian meal makers who have to do it twice to make the traffic light come up at all. I am taking mine back to Myer. Don't try the vegetarian thing with me Fissler. It's all meat in mine so there goes your theory out the door
Excellent pressure cooker
I bought a Fissler Vitavit Comfort 8L to replace a Fagor Duo of the same volume. The Fissler performs considerably better than the Fagor duo that we used for years. The base is extremely conductive and as a result, much more energy efficient than our Fagor pressure cooker. I have a gas cooktop and once the Fissler is up to pressure, I can have the smallest burner at minimum flame and it maintains cooking pressure.
The Fissler is also very quiet at pressure - barely audible. I find cooking times are similar or marginally better than our old 8L...
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My mother bought an 8L Fissler in Germany in 1982 and it has been serving her since then without fail. I decided to buy myself one, also an 8L pot when I had moved out. I bought a cheaper brand just to compare it with as well. Cooking dried red kidney beans without soaking them overnight took my Fissler 7 minutes whereas the cheaper one took over 1.5 hours and the beans still weren't cooked. I decided to cook a whole lamb shank and after 18 minutes, the meat fell off the bone. To compare that with the othe pressure cooker, it took over 4 hours ...to cook the shank with the same results. That was a joke. Then I decided to compare my new Fissler to my mother's old one, and to no surprise, the cooking time ended to be exactly the same. I took my Fissler to my friends house who had a Tefal pressure cooker and my Fissler came out better, cooking dried beans in 7 minutes and my friend taking 40 minutes. I'm so happy to have bought my Fissler on sale. It's worth every dollar that I have spend on it. Compared to other brands, comes out on top. Reliable, cooks in the least amount of time and comes with instruction manual as well.
|Colour / Finish||Stainless Steel|
|Outer Body Construction Material||Stainless Steel|
|Cooking Bowl Material||Stainless Steel|
|Manufacturer Warranty||3 year(s)|
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