Go ProMiele’s innovative Generation 6000 range series’ flagship model is the 48” Dual Fuel range featuring a convection oven, speed oven (combining convection and microwave ...
Miele’s innovative Generation 6000 range series’ flagship model is the 48” Dual Fuel range featuring a convection oven, speed oven (combining convection and microwave technologies), warming drawer and up to 8 burners. The cooktop is also available with a grill and griddle. The TwinPower convection offers fast heat up times and even results, and Moisture Plus allows bursts of steam to be injected into the cavity for succulent meals.
Italian company Bertazzoni has been making ranges for 135 years, and is designed with engineer-level precision in mind. Perhaps more than that, these ranges – which come in an assortment of vibrant colors – are beautiful to behold. Their award-winning designs start with their materials including handpicked stainless steel that is truly best-in-class and continues with their paint process inspired by the automotive industry. The company also makes equally attractive hoods, refrigerators and dishwashers.
The latest offering from Wolf is a combined induction/convection range. The range also features the signature Wolf dual convection oven cavity with two convection fans that saturate and circulate heat to ensure that food is cooked evenly without hot and cool spots. It features a total of 10 cooking modes: Bake, Roast, Broil, Convection, Convection Bake, Convection Roast, Convection Broil, Bake Stone, Proof and Dehydrate.
Viking offers three “series:” the 3, 5 and 7, with the latter being top of the line. The 7 Series can burn up to 23,000 BTUs. That’s huge. What it means for the home cook is that a watched pot will boil and it will reach the boiling point fast. Great for those of us who are impatient, but also those who seek a quick “recovery boil” – the boil that happens again. Despite its huge power, the 7 Series can also turn down to a very low simmer, one of the hardest things to achieve on a cooktop.