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The Fissler Difference

CookStar All-Star Base

High quality cookware is an investment that should last a lifetimes. Yet, many manufacurers scrimp on the most
important and overlooked part of a pot: the base. With other cookware, problems with heat retention, warping,
hot spots, poor and uneven heat distribution are common whether they occur at the first use or over time.
Many of these problems can be attributed to the fact that when heated, aluminum expands at a higher rate tnan stainless steel, thus warping the outer layers. Fisler and lack of heat storage are common whether it occurs at first use or over time.
Many of these problems can be attributed to the fact that when heated, aluminum expands at a higher rate than stainless steel, thus warping the outer layers. Fissler
has the solution to this problem with their internationally-patented CookStar all-stove base, which is comprised
of high-quality stainless steel and an extra-thick 6mm aluminum core to ensure even heat distribution and superior
heat retention. The CookStar base can provide up to 350% energy savings. Fissler offers an unlimited guarantee
that each CookStar base will stay perfectly flat on any kind of stove, including induction, for lifetimes.

High-Grade Materials
Layers of the base are bonded by an impact of over 1500 tons creating one
single piece without any holes or gaps, opposed to three separate layers
glued or welded together.
Concavity
Base is slightly concave to ensure that it is perfectly flat when heated.
Expansion Joints
The joints allow the aluminum to expand and retract without ever affecting the
stainless steel.
No Hot Spots
Fissler guarantees that hot spots will never form on the base of your pot, even
after years of use.