A convection oven is a type that uses a particular convection fan to circulate hot air throughout the oven. These are the most common types of ovens that provide more even heating than when the flame is directly applied to the food.
Convection heating is a lot faster than regular heating. It circulates the heat better, and the food heats up more evenly. Try going for a convection oven.
Controls and Remote Operation:
Most gas ovens only have a limited number of controls. They’ll feature a rotary knob to control the temperature level of each burner. And that’s pretty much it.
There are more controls in the oven, such as digital temperature control, a timer, and maybe even a temperature probe. It’s always a good idea to get either a probe or a digital temperature display since it’ll be much easier to use.
For cleaning, Wolf’s gas and induction ovens have a Self-Cleaning function, but not all of them. This function allows the oven to clean itself, so you don’t have to take on that burden yourself.
Some Wolf ovens even feature remote access via the Wi-Fi app, which allows you to preheat and set timers on the go.
Durable and Iconic Design:
Next, look for a good design. Wolf’s signature design is a stainless steel body with crimson red knobs. These knobs can be customized in color and style, including a custom bezel material. Most of Wolf’s gas cooking ranges have a gold or silver bezel, but some do feature a platinum bezel.
But the exterior isn’t all that matters. The interior also makes a difference. In terms of looks, Wolf has a proprietary cobalt blue interior that stands out as a highly mesmerizing interior design.
You also need to keep in mind the durability of the product. Stainless steel is the right material choice, as it’s not prone to rust and is cheaper than aluminum.
Power and Control:
Consider how much power the unit takes up. Even on a gas stove, you still need ignition and to keep the oven fans going. Plus, gas costs always count as energy expenses.
You’ll generally want to avoid induction cooktops if you like to save up on power. Look at the wattage rating of the oven. That’ll tell you how much energy your cooking range is sucking up.
Finally, consider how consistent the temperature is throughout the cooking range. There are a few things that contribute to this. The cast-iron grates will be responsible for even the heat distribution on the gas stovetop, which they’ll do perfectly well.
Inside the oven, the convection fans will decide the level of heat circulation. Ovens that use two or more than two fans will generally have a better heat output.