If you have, then which line (Original Pro, Solea, etc)
What do you think of it?
Try a search (use box at bottom of the page, not the one at the top) on "Fissler, and you'll see 4 or 5 threads from the past.
Thank you, Sushi!
I had forgotten bout the differences in those two Searches.
I followed your advice and did find 4-5 posts but they were older and not informative enough. I guess not many people are using this brand.
I was trying to find out if any of Fissler lines were good for induction cooking. I have heard that the Original Pro line was so-so on induction.
I am not sure what the 'policy' is here. Should I just 'bump' one of the older threads?
Sure, bump an old thread, maybe someone will see that or even this one. It's just not been a busy topic, like you say, perhaps not enough people have it. Did you try a Google search to see if it comes up on any other Cooking site?
We have the Fissler Intensa line of cookware; it's induction ready and works wonderfully.
Although this thread is a year old, I know the cooking school at Eurostoves- in Maine, uses Fissler cookware. You can find them on the internet and give them a call if you have questions.
Oh, wow! I have not been here for many months and I am very surprised to find my old thread still alive!
I actually talked to Eurostoves in summer of 2010 when doing my cookware research. They did like Fissler. However (if I remember correctly) the pans have a sandwiched bottom, not clad all around.
Sandwiched-bottom cookware is supposed to be much cheaper than clad but Fissler is almost as expensive as All-Clad and not sold where I live (which makes it harder to return if necessary).
So, taking everything (including price) into consideration, I got All Clad saucepans, a Demeyere frypan, and Lagostina saute pan and pots.
Thank you everyone who responded!