Skip to main content

The New Miele Dual Fuel 30 Inch Pro Range HR1924DF (Reviews/Ratings/Prices)

November 14th, 2014 | 2 min. read

By Steve Sheinkopf

I recently flew out to the Miele headquarters in New Jersey to see their new dual fuel professional range. The showroom is really beautiful, but what struck me was the bread. There were loaves of freshly baked bread everywhere of all different types, shapes and sizes, like baguettes, sour dough and even jalapeno cheese.

It was curious until learning bread baking is a feature of this oven. It has 16 different automatic bread making programs as well as a steam cycle. There is a ton to like about this range. First let's look at pro ranges for a comparison.

Professional Ranges 1990-2014

The professional range category was created and once dominated by Viking. The range has basically been the same over the years with its commercial look. The burners have become more powerful from 15,000 to 22,000 on some ranges.

Wolf added dual convection in the early 2000s. Jenn-Air did the same in 2009, and then added better controls. Now the professional range segment is dominated by Wolf, Thermador, Jenn-Air and a rapidly fading Viking Corp.

The product is way better than the 1990 version, but not different. Miele is very different.

Miele HR1924 - $6699



  • M Touch controls and backlit knobs
  • M Pro dual stacked burner system with
  • TrueSimmer
  • ComfortClean dishwasher-safe grates
  • TwinPower Convection fans
  • 21 Operating modes including
  • Self-Clean
  • Moisture Plus
  • MasterChef and MasterChef Plus
  • Automatic programs
  • Wireless Roast Probe
  • Soft Close and Soft Open
  • Clean Touch Steel™ front

Reasons to Consider

I like the top burners at 19,000 BTU, and the quality of the burners is solid. It has dual convection like the other popular brands so it compares well with existing products.

However, there are two reasons to buy a Miele pro range. First, you have the M Series MasterChef controls so you have a level of control unparalleled in the industry. Pick a food, add a weight and hit a button. It really is that simple.

Pro ranges (except for Jenn-Air) are for the most part devoid of control and now you have touch controls and 21 different cooking modes.

Reliability is the other reason. Miele is so tightly designed, engineered and built that it does not break. It has been consistently the most reliable appliance sold today.

Reasons to Not Buy

The big reason is price. Presently, you can buy a Jenn-Air and Thermador at about $6,000 with a free $1,200 dishwasher for almost $3,000 less than the new Miele.

I like its contemporary appearance, but it is almost proprietary. It will be tougher to match with other stainless appliances.

Final Thoughts

There will be people who point out Miele's lack of success with full size laundry and exit from that market. I do not give credence to that for the range, because the features are so compelling.

I really like the range. Its reliability is excellent, and now you will be able to really use a professional oven to its full potential. 

What do you think?

Recommended Reads

Additional Resources

Get the Yale Professional Range Guide with features, specs and inside tips to all the brands. Over 80,000 people have read a Yale Guide.

View our Pro Cooking Buying Guide

Why Should You Trust Us?

It seems that every appliance review has nothing but glowing comments about almost every product, yet you read customer reviews and they are almost universally bad.

We are here to fill in the disconnect. We'll give you the best features, and the drawbacks as well, including reliability based on over 37,000 calls performed by our service team just last year. Our goal is to give you ALL the information so you know what's right for you.

Please consider subscribing or adding to the conversation in the comments below. We appreciate you stopping by.

Steve Sheinkopf

Steve Sheinkopf is the third-generation CEO of Yale Appliance and a lifelong Bostonian. He has over 38 years of experience in the appliance industry, and he is a trusted source of information for consumers on how to buy and repair appliances.

Steve has also been featured in numerous publications, including the New York Times, Consumer Reports, The Boston Globe, Bloomberg Radio, the New York Post, The Wall Street Journal, and Entrepreneur, for his knowledge of how to buy appliances and appliance repair.

Steve is passionate about helping consumers find the best appliances for their needs, and he is always happy to answer questions and provide advice. He is a valuable resource for consumers who are looking for information on appliance buying, repair, and maintenance.

Despite being the worst goalie in history, Steve is a fan of the Bruins and college hockey, loves to read, and is a Peloton biker. The love of his life is his daughter, Sophie.

A Note About Pricing

Pricing on this blog is for reference only and may include time sensitive rebates. We make every attempt to provide accurate pricing at time of publishing. Please call the stores for most accurate price.