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Fiskars All Steel VS Fissler Original Profi Braiser

CHSeifert | Jul 19, 202004:49 PM     9

I just saw that Fiskars make a rondeau type of cooking vessel in Stainless steel, 28 cm wide, 4,2 liter and a base of 7 mm

It’s only available in Scandinavia (Denmark, Sweden, Norway & Finland), so you can’t look it up unless you use this region.

It’s on sale for 579,- dkr while the Fissler OP Roasting pan in 28 cm 4,6 liter is 1250,- dkr in Amazon.de.

I wonder how well it performs.

Fiskars make great cookware. They are from Finland and bought out a danish company called Raadvad years ago, but still use the base of Raadvad design in one of their cookware lines and also still use the plant facility in Denmark for production of their All Steel line.

It’s from this line the 28 cm rondeau originates.

I wonder if the 7 mm base can compete with that of the Fissler OP ?

Link:https://www.fiskars.dk/produkter/madl...

Link: https://www.kitchenone.dk/produkt/fis...

Cheers, Claus

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