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M Series and L Series Oven Comparison

Topics:

  • Differences between M and L Series Ovens
  • Feature difference between M and L Series Ovens
  • Comparison between L Series and M Series Ovens
  • Difference between Double Ovens on M vs L Series Ovens
  • Does the M Series Oven have Convection Bake?
  • Convection in M Series Oven vs L Series Oven
  • Why was Convection Bake Discontinued?

Answer:

M Series OvenL Series Oven
New Dual VertiCross convection system:
  • Optimized airflow
  • Full cavity saturation
  • Uniform temperatures
  • Quicker preheat with new convection system
  • Column convection fans in rear corners
Dual convection:
  • Convection fans on back wall
Redesigned heating elements, bake conv, and broilBake, Broil, and convection elements
Increased usable interior cavity:
  • 14% larger interior space vs. 30” L Series
  • 30” oven interior capacity 4.5 ft³
  • 36” oven interior capacity
2 full-glide curved racks
1 standard curved rack
  • All racks hold a 16” pizza
  • One full extension easy glide rack
  • One full extension door glide rack
  • One standard rack
3 halogen lights in cavity:
  • One on each side, one in front ceiling
  • Various light settings
    • Adjustable
    • Instant on/off
Dual interior halogen lighting:
  • One on either side
  • On/Off light switch
New LCD control panel:
  • Quick Start - 9 operating modes (no Convection Bake)
  • Convection Bake had limited use; use Bake or Convection instead
  • Wolf Gourmet: Preset for common dishes
  • Personalize settings: program personal recipes
Rotating glass touch control panel:
  • 10 cooking modes (includes Convection Bake)
Available in:
  • Professional (shows most stainless steel, DF, and SRT type knob – ships with red knobs. Stainless or black optional)
  • Transitional (closely matches L Series)
  • Contemporary (mostly black, push to open door – no handles)
  • 30” Single and Double Oven available in Framed and Unframed door style
  • 36” Single Oven available in Unframed door style
 
Smart kitchen readyL Series Ovens are not smart kitchen ready
Can be installed in standard or flush inset in 24” deep cabinet
  • Standard installation only
  • There are no flush inset installation specs
Handles match Sub-Zero products:
  • Professional – uses the Pro handle
  • Transitional – uses the Tubular handle
  • Contemporary - no handle; push to open door
Available in Tubular handle only

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