Written on: 27/09/2011 by Patrick11 (1 review written)
Bought a WMF as I needed a pressure cooker that would work on an induction hob. Have previously used Prestige aluminum ones. First thing that strikes you about the WMF is how well made it is. The handle completely detaches form the lid for ease of cleaning - a very good idea. There are no separate weights to add to the lid as was the case with the Prestige. There's a safety lock on the handle to prevent accidental opening of the WMF when under pressure although I don't know how anyone would manage to force open the unit when it's under pressure.
Using the WMF is simplicity itself. When pressure starts to build up, there's a pressure sensor that rises to indicate the process. The WMF is pretty silent in operation compared to the old ones that hissed loudly and, after a few minutes, very irritatingly.
WMF is a high quality brand - hence the price. If you want a well designed, well made pressure cooker, the WMF fits the bill and should last a life time.
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