Exciting New Appliances from Sub-Zero and Wolf

Posted: December 6, 2016

Appliances Sub-Zero Wolf

Thank you to Fretz for this guest post introducing the new Wolf induction range – the perfect alternative to gas – and stylish Sub-Zero and Wolf appliances for small spaces.

No gas?  No problem!

Now there’s an exciting new alternative to gas. The Wolf induction range gives you a cooktop with incredible speed and control.  Down below, a dual convection oven bakes and roasts with reliably even heat. Available in 30″ and 36″ sizes – the 36″ size is exclusive to Wolf.


With the cooktop of the induction range, the electricity flows through a coil to generate a magnetic field under the glass ceramic surface. When an induction-compatible pan is placed on the cooktop, currents are induced in the pan and instant heat is generated. The cooktop doesn’t heat up, the cookware does. It’s a cooking technology of startling precision and power.  With faster temperature response than gas or electric, you get lightning fast sears and boils. But also very low lows, for delicate simmers and melts.


Many ovens have hot and cool spots that can make cooking or baking a hit-or-miss proposition. The Wolf induction range is different, with an advanced dual convection oven. Two fans and four heating elements create more uniform heat throughout the oven and across all racks. Circulating air around the food produces faster, more consistent and more predictably delicious results for your baking, roasting, and broiling.  Save time by baking multiple racks of cookies or an entrée with sides at the same time.

Working with a small space? 

Even if your kitchen is small, it need not limit your culinary aspirations. Choose compact Sub-Zero and Wolf appliances that inch for inch, give you the most versatile and efficient food preservation and cooking possible. Small doesn’t mean compromising on performance. The newly expanded 24″ collection proves that.

Start with fully integrated refrigeration.


Nothing is more unsightly than appliances that jut out from your cabinetry. Sub-Zero integrated refrigeration eliminates that awkward situation by blending seamlessly with surrounding cabinetry, and gives you advanced food preservation features and ample storage for both fresh and frozen foods.  Available in a variety of sizes, Sub-Zero integrated refrigeration provides a solution that is sure to meet your storage needs and stay within your size constraints.

Who says you don’t have space for a real oven?

The Wolf 24″ E series oven is slim enough to fit into almost any kitchen design – even in the smallest urban pied a terre – yet delivers the precise control you need to achieve delicious results. Best of all, it has eleven cooking modes that create the perfect environment for any dish you wish to prepare.

Make room for a convection steam oven. 



No oven has ever been so versatile or so intelligent. Choose the cooking mode combining steam and convection that’s ideal for your dish, and the oven’s unique digital technology adjusts all the details of cooking. Bake bread, roast prime rib, even bring leftovers back to steamy, flavorful life all in a 24” convection steam oven.  Everything comes out even better than you’d imagined.

Or opt for a highly versatile microwave.  


Chicken cordon bleu. Glazed salmon. Enchiladas. The Wolf 24″ drop-down door microwave is a true cooking instrument, capable of quickly preparing dishes you might have thought required your wall oven. It installs almost anywhere, and coordinates with the wall oven, coffee system, and convection steam oven.

Complete the package with a compact, yet powerful cooking surface.

The performance of the Wolf 24″ induction cooktop may take your breath away. It boils water faster than gas and provides exceptional high to low control – yet its surface (and your kitchen) stays relatively cool, due to the nature of induction, which heats only the cookware.


Visit subzero-wolf.com for more details or stop by the regional Sub-Zero and Wolf Showroom at the Philadelphia Navy Yard to see all these products in person and speak with a product specialist.


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