Wolf introduced a new line of E series built-in ovens in October 2013, though this still-exceptional earlier model is available from your local Sub-Zero and Wolf dealer for a limited time. Learn more . Available in classic stainless steel or black glass, Wolf E Series Built-In Ovens feature dual convection fans and ten cooking modes. The built-in design allows the front of the oven to be installed flush with surrounding cabinetry for a more integrated look.
- Shipping Weight (lbs): 273
- CSA certified for US and Canada
- Classic stainless steel models available in framed and unframed door styles. Black glass model is available as unframed only. All models include a tubular handle.
- Ten cooking modes-bake, roast, broil, convection bake, convection roast, convection broil, convection, bake stone (accessory required), dehydrate (accessory required) and proof
- Dual convection logic control system
- Touch control panel with LCD display
- Cobalt blue porcelain oven interior
- Three adjustable oven racks; one full-extension easy glide, one full-extension door glide and one standard.
- Large viewing double-pane window
- Dual interior halogen lighting
- Hidden bake element and recessed broil
- Temperature probe and receptacle
- Self-clean, delayed start and Sabbath features
- Balanced door hinges assure smooth opening and closing of the door
Offer Expires: 7/1/2018 to 12/31/2019 |
Must be postmarked by: 1/31/2020
Purchase a qualifying Sub-Zero and Wolf appliance package and receive your choice of three years additional protection for extra piece of mind, or a $1,000 rebate. Each additional Sub-Zero, Wolf, Cove, or Asko qualifying product purchased earns one point toward free Wolf Gourmet products. Offer Expires: 12/31/2019 | Must be claimed online or via mail-in form by 1/31/2020. Rebate form must be postmarked by 1/31/2020.
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