Wolfs most recent product offering (circa 2012) is there stunning black glass E series wall ovens. These appliances are being released in both double and single oven models, making them ideal for almost any installation.
All model types in the E Series oven range feature dual convection fans along with a generous 10 different cooking modes. Install for these appliances is very classy, as the built in design ensures the ovens front is flush with the surrounding wooden cabinetry, providing a truly integrated visually appealing look. If you have a Sub Zero integrated refrigerator, these new Wolf ovens are a perfect match.
The SO30-2F/S, SO30-2U/S and SO30-2G/B collection of single ovens weigh in at 270 pounds so installation is definitely not a do it yourself job. If you opt for the double ovens DO30-2F/S, DO30-2U/S or DO30-2G/B then you are talking 460 pounds of heavy duty cooking appliance.
Amongst the cooking modes offered with these Wolf ovens are the traditional – roast, broil, bake more modern convection roast, convection broil, convection back and unique. With an optional accessory, these stoves also offer a bake stone cook mode, dehydrate, and also proof. The convection modes are very popular, as they make use of air movement inside the oven and around the food to speed up cooking; convection heating also encourages browning of the food, something very desirable when you are roasting a chicken (for example).
The interior of the oven is lovely and easily maintained Cobalt blue porcelain, and they feature a healthy selection of adjustable oven racks. Halogen lighting enables easy monitoring of the contents of the oven through the large double paned viewing window (or windows in the case of the dual oven models).
As you would expect from a manufacturer of Wolfs standing, features such as delayed start, self-clean and Sabbath mode are all included standard. Not only this, but the door hinges are designed with balance in mind to ensure easy opening and closing of the oven doors.
Pricing for these units is not cheap, and you will need to contact a dealer once they are released to get an exact quote. For examples of the types of prices Sub-Zero and Wolf appliances generally go for read this article.
Wolf is famed for its high quality cooking appliances, and these new E-Series wall ovens are sure to further establish this manufacturer as one of the leaders in premium cooking solutions.
Originally posted. September 29, 2011