NEW TO MARKET, IT'S THE WOLF INDUCTION RANGE
Two New Induction Ranges from Wolf
Exclusive – Only Induction Range Available in 36″ Size
Induction cooktops are very popular and many of the cooking brands have a variety of them. For example, Bosch has 8 models of induction cooktops. Though induction cooktops have been available in one form or another since the 1980's, it's been the last 10 years that induction has really caught the attention of American consumers.
While induction cooktops are widespread, fewer brands have been offering induction ranges. Now that seems to be changing, too. Wolf has taken it a step further by introducing both a 30″and an exclusive 36″ wide version. One might think that's just not a big deal, but I'd disagree. In the luxury category 36″ ranges are very common. So, being the only manufacturer of a 36″ induction range is a big deal.
But let's back up a bit and discuss why induction is making its mark in the range category as a whole.
It's no secret that cooking with gas is a strong preference in Southern California. Unfortunately, there are instances where gas fuel is not available or practical. Induction to the rescue! With all the speed and power of gas (and then some), precision controls, and easy cleanup, it's hard to argue against induction. All the benefits of gas with no flame!
The smooth top is attractive and contributes to a sleek look across the countertop. The 30″ version has 4 induction elements, and the 36″ version has 5. Of course, there are matching Wolf convection ovens below with bake, roast, broil, convection bake, convection roast, convection broil, convection, bake stone, dehydrate, and proof.
When you order your new Wolf range, you'll be able to get it in the professional red knob style or in a stylish transitional model with tubular handles and a choice of black or stainless knobs in a more contemporary style.
The new Wolf induction ranges are scheduled to ship this fall. For more information on major appliances or decorative plumbing fixtures be sure to call or visit the experts at Universal Appliance and KItchen Center today.