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About the Wolf IR365PESPH Induction induction-topped range

General Description

This is a slide-in range (still an unusual item in a world of largely freestanding models), and moreover one that is a full 36 inches wide, also a rarity for induction-topped ranges; moreover, it has an induction cooktop that has another very unusual feature: a set of four elements in a square of which a front-to-back pair can be bridged, a side-to-side pair can be bridged, or all four can be bridged as a single block element. This unit has a sister unit, the IR365TE/S/TH, that is identical save for the over-door handle styling. Those two also have "little-sister" complements that are the more usual 30" wide; those are the IR304PE/S/PH and the IR304TE/S/TH, each of which has a front-to-back bridgeable element pair.


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Wolf IR365PE/S/PH
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similar model: IR365TE/S/TH
similar model: IR304PE/S/PH
similar model: IR304TE/S/TH


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