Transitional, Contemporary and Professional Designs Will Suit a Wider Range of Kitchen Styles
MADISON, Wis. (August 1, 2013) — Wolf Appliance, Inc. – the industry leader in premium cooking equipment – today announced that it will offer three distinct design styles within its popular E series built-in oven line to correspond with the New Generation product launch, the largest product rollout in company history. Available to consumers starting this fall 2013, the new design styles include
"transitional," "contemporary" and "professional," which will better coordinate with the growing family
of Wolf products as well as Sub-Zero refrigeration and wine storage. Additionally, new E series ovens
will see updated control panels and handle designs.
"The E series will maintain the precision performance and features Wolf owners have come to
know and love," said Jim Bakke, president and CEO of Sub-Zero and Wolf. "Now, the line's distinct
new styles make the E series more easily adaptable to a wider variety of kitchen designs than ever
before. Products look striking and feature an updated touch-sensitive user interface for ease of
The new E series ovens retain the line's precision performance dual convection feature, which
delivers consistently uniform heat throughout the oven's signature cobalt-blue cavity. For example,
when baking cookies on multiple oven racks, each cookie will receive an equal amount of heat and is
perfectly baked, regardless of where it is positioned in the oven. Dual convection in conjunction with
10 cooking modes (bake, roast, broil, convection bake, convection roast, convection broil, convection,
bake stone [accessory required], dehydrate [accessory required] and proof) ensures that home cooks
achieve delicious results every time. These performance features come standard in the single oven
and are located in the upper unit of a double oven.
Additional features standard in all E series ovens include: three adjustable oven racks, a large
viewing double-pane window, dual interior halogen lighting, a self-clean function, delayed start and
Sabbath features, and balanced door hinges to assure smooth opening and closing. E series ovens
have earned the Star-K Kosher certification.
The new E series design styles – classic yet flexible "transitional", ultra-sleek "contemporary"
and bold "professional" – offer infinite design application possibilities. The "professional" and
"transitional" models, available end of 2013, incorporate a new stainless steel touch control panel with
an LED display screen. They also feature updated handle designs for increased compatibility with
future New Generation products. The "contemporary" style, available in September, is all black glass
and features a black glass control panel and updated black tubular handle. All E series ovens will
have a new diamond glass pattern in the viewing window, which will coordinate with future New
Generation induction and electric cooktops.
E series ovens measure 30" in width and can be paired with other Wolf products such as the
Wolf convection steam oven, microwave drawer, or warming drawer for uniform horizontal and vertical
stacking options. They can also be installed flush with surrounding cabinetry for a sleek, modern look.
"The E series product evolution is a prime example of our commitment to progress the performance of
our cooking appliances for the home chef," said Michele Bedard, vice president of marketing for Sub-
Zero and Wolf. "In addition, we work intimately with the design community to identify trends that shape
our products aesthetically and functionally. We seek to help our customers create beautiful kitchens
that will stand the test of time."
A third-generation family-owned company, Sub-Zero, Inc., acquired Wolf in 2000. Sub-Zero
and Wolf appliances are manufactured in the United States using only premium-quality materials that
are proven to stand the test of time. For further information, or to reach a Wolf distributor in your area,
please visit subzero-wolf.com.