Ovens & Ranges

Electrolux Brings Updated Ovens To KBIS 2015

Bake, broil, or roast, Electrolux has a new oven for you.


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Electrolux is pulling the curtain off two ovens just in time for the annual Kitchen & Bath Industry Show, held in Las Vegas. Featuring many of the company's hallmark features, these ovens are intended for both freestanding and built-in applications.

The new model blends some of the company's best convection technology with the versatility of a double oven.

The new Electrolux Double Wall Oven with Wave-Touch Controls blends some of the company's best convection technology with the versatility of a double oven. Electrolux has redesigned the oven door for easier cleaning, while the Perfect Taste Dual Convection system uses two variable-speed fans and multiple heating elements to help heat your food evenly and thoroughly.

As its name implies, this model is equipped with Electrolux's premium Wave-Touch control panel on the front, which guides users to select settings that only apply within each cooking mode, and dim from sight when not needed. This model is available immediately for $3,649 in both single and double wall versions.

Credit: Electrolux

With Perfect Taste Dual Convection technology and two oven sections to use, the versatility of this oven is obvious.

If you're in the market for a freestanding range, the debut of the Electrolux Front-Controlled Free-Standing Range might be of interest. Designed to take the place of a traditional, rear-control unit, it should look more like a built-in unit than other freestanding ovens.

Available in gas and electric variants, this Electrolux will feature Perfect Taste Temp Probe, which lets you monitor internal food temperatures via a probe that plugs in on the inside of the oven. Expect this model to hit showrooms in March of this year with the gas version selling for $2,399 and the electric for $2,199.

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