Steel cooking

How many sentences Fissler's press department can create from the three letters Phiab is unbelievable.

So very briefly: Phi is the name of the new cookware from Fissler, whose appearance Phoenix Design played a key role in designing.

It is made of stainless steel with a proportion of 10 percent chromium and 10 percent nickel.

The pots can withstand up to 180 degrees Celsius in the oven.

The base is suitable for all types of stoves.

The wide handles above the lid, which are also intended to be functional, are striking in the design.

This makes it easy to hold the lid when pouring or position the outlet so that the steam disappears directly into the extractor hood on the hob.

The lid can also be placed upright on the edge of the pot.

The Phi collection starts with prices starting at 150 euros.

Per pot.