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A Review of the New E and M Series Wolf Wall Ovens

Steve Sheinkopf  |  August 21, 2013  |  5 Min. Read

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Coming soon to a specialty appliance dealer near you will be the first true upgrade of Wolf
wall ovens in nearly 13 years. This has been in the works for some time now and the entire cooking line will have a facelift over the next 2 years. The all important wall ovens are the first new products to be introduced.

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Current E series ovens vs the New E series ovens

There have been only a few changes, but they are key changes.

  • Updated control panel: Standard gray plastic touch controls become Stainless Steel touch controls.
  • Oven capacity increased by 14% from 4.5 cubic feet to 5.1 cubic feet

3 models to choose from

  • Transitional (stainless with tubular handles)
  • Professional (stainless with professional handles)
  • Contemporary (black with color match tubular handles)
wolf classic 30 inch e series wall oven wolf 30 inch Built In E Series Transitional Double Oven wolf 30 inch Built In E Series Contemporary Double Oven

Current E Series

New Transitional Series*

New Contemporary Series

*Available with Professional or Tubular Handles

Current L series ovens vs the New M series ovens

These models have many changes in appearance and performance, with the addition of a new size.

  • Dual VertiCross convection system has 2 corner column fans and heating elements for better heat saturation and distribution, meaning a more even cooking on all racks.
  • Oven capacity increased by 14% from 4.5 cubic feet to 5.1 cubic feet
  • 7” LCD Touch pad controls
  • Wolf Gourmet menu driven programming allows for easy preset cooking selections

3 models to choose from

  • Transitional: Stainless steel with tubular handles and LCD Touch control panel
  • Professional: Stainless steel with professional handles, LCD Touch control panel, and classic knob design for temperature control and mode selections. 
  • Contemporary: Black with stainless trim and handleless design, LCD control panel
wolf classic 30 inch l series wall oven wolf 30 inch Built In M Series Transitional Double Oven wolf 30 Built In M Series Professional Double Oven wolf 30 inch Built In M Series Contemporary Double Oven

Current L Series

New Transitional Series 

New Professional Series

New Contemporary Series 

There will also be a new size, 27”, which was brought into the lineup for direct replacement business to compete with other professional brands that offer this size. This will only be available in the M series transitional design lineup. It will have a 4.5 cubic foot capacity and will be available in both a single and double oven.

The 36” L series single oven has also been redesigned in the new M series transitional lineup. This model now features a staggering 6.3 cubic foot capacity, up from 4.4 cubic foot capacity. With the interior features improved with the new Dual VertiCross convection system, this capacity increase was able to be done without any increase to the physical size of the oven.

wolf classic l series 36 inch wall oven wolf 36 inch Built In M Series Transitional Single Oven

Current L Series 36"

New M Series Transitional

Takeaways

  1. They have a 27 inch oven, so they have finally entered the replacement market
  2. LCD Interface, so the oven is now (or will be) easy to use like Miele and Jenn-Air
  3. Better, more distinctive appearance
  4. Improved convection system

These changes have been designed to improve cooking performance, a more uniform appearance throughout the entire cooking product line, and to provide a more user-friendly interface, making it easier to operate the ovens. Pricing has yet to be announced on these new models at the time of writing. The Wolf product line is considered THE brand in residential cooking appliances.

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