Why you should choose our pots
The wide range of sizes and shapes of the ZWIEGER pots will satisfy all cooking enthusiasts, even the most demanding ones. Each line presented by us has a unique character and is maintained in a different style. With the traditional way of cooking in mind, the Practi Plus and Klassiker lines were created - made of top-class ANSI 304 stainless steel, with thick walls, large and very comfortable handles and a perfectly finished, capsule bottom. To complete the look, each pot comes with a profiled and stylish glass lid.
For those who appreciate new, innovative solutions in the kitchen and for all lovers of multifunctional products we have created two unique lines of cookware - ALL IN ONE: White Stone, Obsidian and Vesna. Pots from these lines can also be used for frying, roasting or baking. They are entirely made of cast aluminium, a material resistant to scratching, deformation and temperature changes, and coated with the sensational Greblon C3 GRANITE and C3+ non-stick coatings from the German company Weilburger.
And finally, the state-of-the-art Forte pot line - with a revolutionary butterfly straining system that makes everyday cooking much easier. Additionally, the thick, three-layer bottom with a built-in aluminium disc distributes heat evenly and guarantees high energy efficiency.
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Lines of our pots
The innovative WHITE STONE pots are made using die cast technology, i.e. they are made of cast aluminium, which is the most durable material resistant to deformations, temperature changes and long-term use. The inside of the pots is covered with a modern, three-layer, non-stick, German GREBLON C3 GRANITE coating. The applied coating...
The KLASSIKER pots are made of are made of top-quality German stainless steel of the SS 304 grade, which is the highest quality, health-promoting steel used in the production of cookware. The thick, three-layer bottom with a built-in aluminium disc, used in our pots, provides even distribution and accumulation of heat...