Fissler, established in 1845, is a trusted German company known around the world for high-quality cookware. Their Vitaquick Pressure Cooker, made from 18/10 stainless steel that’s suitable for all hobs including induction, compresses steam to cook food 70% faster than a standard pot—stews, potatoes, curries, pulses, and a myriad of other foods are ready in 1/3 of their standard cooking times. What makes Fissler’s Vitaquick model special is how easy it is to use. The handle twists off easily with the press of a button; when securely locked, an indicator shows green. When the lid is securely shut and pressure has built, that same button acts as a steam releaser for when you want to quick-release pressure. The Vitaquick is designed to vent steam away from you—one of its many safety features, which also include primary and secondary pressure relief valves and a safety gasket. It has two settings: low pressure, which is indicated by one ring on the valve, and high pressure (two rings on the valve). The handles and pressurised components are easily removable, so you can clean each part thoroughly.