New Whirlpool double oven range with induction: WGI925C0BS

[ 0 ] August 29, 2013 |

The industry's first induction double oven range

On sale at Universal Appliance and Kitchen Center

Whirlpool has introduced the industry's first induction double oven freestanding range. Designed with innovative features to sense and adapt while cooking, the new Whirlpool® double oven range model WGI925C0BS features AccuHeat™ induction technology that lets you prepare meals with less time, less energy and more precision. Making even your most complicated recipes simple.

Whirlpool's AccuHeat™ induction technology transfers energy directly into magnetic cookware, so you get powerful cooking without feeling heat from the cooktop. The 11″ 3,700-watt Induction Boost element can bring 6 liters of water to a boil in 50% less time*. So you can spend less time cooking dinner and more time enjoying it



What’s better than one oven? How about two?

6.7 Total Cu. Ft. Capacity

Cook multiple dishes for a large family meal or prepare hors d'oeuvres for a dinner party with our largest capacity double oven electric freestanding range. The 2.5 cu. ft. upper oven and 4.2 cu. ft. lower oven also have room to bake and roast holiday dishes, so there's always enough room to handle even your largest meals.

Whirlpool's new freestanding Induction Double Oven Range is equipped with AccuBake™Technology that uses a built-in sensor to monitor oven temp and baking elements to maintain balanced heat throughout. And, when you need tastier roasts and baked bread, TimeSavor™ convection cooking distributes hot air more efficiently to seal in flavors and juices. Now you can take home an oven that senses and adapts to your needs to deliver the delicious results you want.

Perhaps you've been wondering…what is induction?

Here's a simple, crash course explanation to bring you up to speed.

What it is: A type of cooktop that uses a powerful electromagnet as a heating element. The element transfers energy to pots and pans with a magnetic base only, so only your cookware gets hot.

What it means for you: Faster, more energy-efficient electric cooking that offers the instant control of a gas cooktop. Thanks to the specialized transfer of heat, spilled food won’t burn onto the cooktop, for easy cleanup!

*Based on boiling 6 liters of water with 11-inch 3700-watt induction elements vs. a 12,500-BTU gas burner. Compared to conventional electric radiant cooktops.

For more information regarding this exciting new range or other fine appliances and plumbing fixtures contact the experts at Universal Appliance and Kitchen Center today:

Two locations to serve you – Calabasas and Studio City:

Universal Appliance and Kitchen Center

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