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Wolf Appliance Inc. to Introduce M Series Built-In Ovens

Madison, WI (11/17/2014)

Fullest-Featured Ovens Available in Three Design Styles to Suit More Kitchens

Wolf Appliance Inc., the industry leader in premium cooking equipment, is introducing the M series line of built-in ovens as part of the new generation product launch, the largest product rollout in company history. Available to consumers starting in December 2014, the M series boasts Wolf’s sleekest and most full-featured ovens yet. Available in a variety of styles and sizes, M series ovens are designed to seamlessly integrate into any kitchen.

“The new M series line of ovens is not only revolutionary to the industry, it allows owners more versatility in design,” said Jim Bakke, president and CEO of Sub-Zero and Wolf. “We’ve also uncovered new heating and airflow technology to make cooking more efficient and consistent.”

The new M series ovens incorporate Dual VertiCross™ convection, a completely redesigned convection system that is exclusive to M series models that provides more consistent cooking results. The oven houses two columnar vertical blower fans and reconfigured heating elements that produce uniform heat and air flow throughout the oven, minimizing cool spots. The columns of air also allow for improved multi-rack cooking, perfect for evenly baking multiple batches of cookies at once. Also a time saver, the new convection system cuts down on preheat time. Relocated vertical fans in the back corners of the oven allow for a curved back wall, creating more usable space and better airflow within the oven.

The M series offers ten cooking modes via an LCD touchscreen control panel. These modes help achieve precisely the results in mind: roast, bake, broil, convection, convection roast, proof, dehydration, bake stone, warm and Gourmet. The new Gourmet mode includes a menu of preset options that help guide users through the cooking process of commonly prepared foods, including temperature and rack placement, eliminating any guesswork. Once the setting is selected, the oven may adjust cooking settings throughout the process to guarantee the best result possible. Many dishes will not require preheat, allowing an easy transition from meal prep to table.

Additional features that are standard in all M series ovens include control options that help precisely set and monitor cooking and are accessible via a new LCD touchscreen control that is intuitive and makes accessing all of the oven’s features easy. M series wall ovens are also compatible to sync with home-automated control systems like Control4, Crestron and Savant, which provide the ability to monitor the oven via smartphones and tablets (linked to the control system). This technology allows users to view the oven’s current temperature, receive preheat notifications and timer alerts, and monitor the probe temperature.

The three new distinct design styles of the M series ovens give users the option to choose products that cohesively fit a specific kitchen design. The new styles – ultra-sleek contemporary, classic, yet flexible transitional and bold professional – offer unlimited design possibilities ranging from 27" to 36" in width.

  • The contemporary style incorporates a minimalist, handle-less design of black glass and a color LCD touch panel, creating a sleek look. Contemporary ovens are offered in single or double 30" widths.
  • The transitional style is available in single and double 27" widths, easily integrating into any kitchen design. Additionally, transitional is available in single 30" and 36", and double 30" widths (lower double 27" does not have convection). Transitional ovens are stainless with tubular handles and come with a full-color LCD touch-panel display, available in single or double 30" widths.
  • Professional models, available in single and double 30” widths, are stainless with professional handles and combine the LCD touch panel display with control knobs. Signature red knobs are standard, while black and stainless knobs are also an option.

Users can pair an M series oven with similarly styled Wolf products and match handles with Sub-Zero refrigeration and wine storage. New built-in M series ovens now fit standard cabinetry installation (24" deep) and can be installed proud or flush inset. The transitional and professional 30" wide single ovens will be available in December 2014. The transitional and professional 30" double ovens, contemporary 30”, and 27”and 36” transitional ovens will follow.

“At Sub-Zero and Wolf, we always strive to provide our customers with the highest quality kitchen appliances,” said Michele Bedard, vice president of marketing at Sub-Zero and Wolf. “That’s exactly what we've done with our brand new line of M series ovens. We place a high value on quality, design and features, and we expect our ovens to deliver delicious results, every 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