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Wolf Wall Ovens
The dual verticross system is Wolf's most advanced dual convection ever, quickly saturating the oven cavity with consistent heat across all racks. The cooking modes are precise and intuitive, to ensure that the meal you bring to the table is every bit as delicious as the meal you had in mind. A Gourmet feature has a menu of presets that automatically controls the cooking, making commonly prepared meals quick and easy. With the M series double wall oven, you can put beef Wellington back on the menu. Its stainless steel handleless design coordinates with Wolf contemporary products especially the convection steam oven and coffee system while providing a flush-inset installation option for your wall oven. The Wolf L series 36" built in single oven has an unframed door design that gives it a contemporary look. The dual convection delivers superior results and faster cooking; the temperature probe gives you fine control. The easy to use electronic control panel rotates into position. When not in use, itís hidden behind a stainless steel panel.
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