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Miele Freestanding Ranges
Miele appliances aims to achieve the perfect balance between quality of results and operating convenience. This reliability is undoubtedly seen in their freestanding ranges. Fuel types include gas, electric, and dual fuel to match your individual cooking habits.
Freestanding ranges from Miele make installation a breezeas the sides are finished and you can place it in a cutout or have it be a detached piece. With an oven capacity ranging from 4.59 cu ft up to 5.8 cu ft, they are large enough to cook a sumptuous holiday feast. They vary in sizes, from a relatively compact 30” up to an expansive 48” width. The wider the width, the more elements are featured. They vary from 4 burners up to 8 burners, some including a griddle, allowing for a multitude of versatile culinary techniques.
Programming your Miele range is effortless. Models from the DirectSelct Series deliver smooth and easy navigation with a turn dial operation, along with a user interface that excels in brilliance with innovative display technology. Taking it to the next level, the M Touch Series has a lift-up control panel that provides comfort and ease with a touch of a button. It will automatically extend when the sensor is on and retract when off.
In addition, all ranges come in a stainless steel finish that is easily maintained, being resistant to most blemishes. All share a convection heating system that allows food to cook evenly. To emphasize the epitome of versatility in the kitchen, exclusive models are double-oven featured, being equipped with a speed oven and a warming drawer.
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