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Product information cenit line extension

Fissler further expands its cenit pan series

Fissler stands for frying pans that are manufactured with passion and precision. For instance, the family-run company from Idar-Oberstein, Germany, launched its adamant line, underscoring its competency as the ultimate pan specialist

The beginning of 2019 saw the launch of the cenit pan series, which once again demonstrates this long-established company’s consistent focus on consumers’ needs. cenit is aimed in particular at young, price-conscious target groups. With this launch, the company is serving a price segment with great growth potential, at Fissler’s usual high level of quality. From February 2020, Fissler will add three more products to the existing cenit series, to date consisting of the cenit pan, the cenit induction pan, and the cenit induction serving pan. Due to their shape, the cenit induction wok pan and cenit induction wok are ideal for sautéing, making them perfect for preparing Asian dishes. The wok also has a stainless-steel pan body. The cenit induction grill pan creates the typical grilled look thanks to its grooved frying surface.

The sealing of the cenit line provides a good nonstick effect and is 100% PFOA-free. All models boast a 3-layer nonstick sealing and are suitable for all types of stove, including induction. This makes them uncomplicated companions for everyday frying.

Recommended retail prices:

  • cenit induction wok pan 28 cm Ø
RRP 69,99 €
  • cenit induction grill pan 28 cm Ø
RRP 84,99 €
  • cenit induction wok 32 cm Ø
RRP 94,99 €


About Fissler

Fissler is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of high-quality cookware. The premium brand’s range includes pots, pans, and pressure cookers. With perfection, precision, and skilled workmanship “Made in Germany”, the family-run company ensures that cooking is always a joy, with delicious results every time. The innovative design and exceptional quality of its products have won Fissler numerous awards over the years. Founded in Idar-Oberstein by Carl Philipp Fissler in 1845, the company now employs more than 800 people and is active in over 80 countries. For further information, please visit