The M Series built-in ovens are professional grade ovens that will give your kitchen a beautiful look no matter what its décor. The M series has 3 styles to suit any kitchen- Contemporary, featuring a handle-less design, black glass and color LCD panel, Professional with red control knobs and stainless steel, and Transitional, with a stainless frame and black glass. Each oven has Dual VertiCross convection that makes the M series the most consistent cooking of any oven. Each dish will come out perfectly thank to the 10 cooking modes that control heat and airflow, making the M series the oven of choice for any culinary artist. Plus, each oven is built to last with durable materials, so you won’t worry about replacements or breakdowns.
The Wolf brand has been around for almost 80 years and the M series is its most innovative design yet. To read user reviews of the Wolf M-series ovens, just scroll below to see how well these features implement in practice.
Wolf Ovens (M Series) Details
Full Two Year Warranty*
the M series ovens feature Dual VertiCross™ convection
Oven capacity increased by 14% from 4.5 cubic feet to 5.1 cubic feet
7” LCD Touch pad controls
Ten cooking modes
You can monitor the oven from your tablet or smartphone.
Decide for yourself if the “Wolf” Built In Ovens (M Series) is a Scam or Legit after reading the user reviews below
I love the look of the m series ovens due out next year if you had to would you just put a cheap oven in till they come out?
The reason I like it is because on the Pro it has knobs which I really like the look of
I too am very interested in the possibility of a matching transitional microwave and if Wolf has made an attempt to correct the chipping issue their previous interiors have encountered.
The best thing about these new ovens is the technology. They feature a new built-in cooking mode that will tell you which rack to actually cook your food on and the best temperature to set your oven at for that particular item.
I personally would not, I would get what I could now. Just because it is supposed to come out at a certain date doesn’t mean it will come out then, or for that matter that it will even come out at all. Until something is on the market there are no guarantees that it will ever be available. That of course is just my opinion, take that for what it is, which probably isn’t much!