An Ideal Marriage When Sub-Zero Freezer Company acquired Wolf in March 2000, kitchen design insiders uttered a collective "Aha!" It just made sense, this marriage of ice and fire, cold and hot. Sub-Zero and Wolf are complementary expressions of a single idea: the steadfast refusal to compromise. They are the brands for people who will have nothing less than the kitchen they have always wanted - an uncompromised kitchen. Heritage Meets Heritage Sub-Zero is the enduring symbol of the possibilities of what a kitchen can be, Wolf the symbol of all that the kitchen can do. Founded in 1945 and now in its third generation of family ownership and management, Sub-Zero forever changed kitchen design with the exceptional quality, beauty and innovative technology of its equipment. For more than 70 years, Wolf has been synonymous with professional cooking equipment for restaurants and hotels. Now, as part of Sub-Zero, the Wolf line has been adapted for the serious in-home cook. With their superior performance and leading-edge design, Wolf instruments fuel a passion for cooking. Available at AJ Madison. Compromise Never. Every product bearing the Wolf name was designed from the ground up to give the user ultimate control and cooking confidence. Each new Wolf instrument is tested not merely to meet but to exceed industry standards, and each is backed by one of the best warranties in the business. In design, manufacturing and customer service, Wolf accepts no compromise, and neither should you. Induction cooking has been used in Europe for decades by professionals and homeowners demanding the best in performance. With induction cooking, there is no wasted heat because energy is supplied directly to the cooking vessel. MFG SKU CT30I
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Customer Reviews for Wolf 30" Smoothtop Electric Cooktop CT30I
Review 1 for Wolf 30" Smoothtop Electric Cooktop CT30I
Would Recommend: Yes
"We loved our old GE induction cooktop, but after over 20 years it was down to 2 working burners & GE no longer supplied parts, so it had to go. We looked at new GEs first -- they were nice, but the burner configuration didn't work for us, so we we settled on the Wolf 30" induction top, and we've been delighted with our choice.
What I like: Easy to read, intuitive controls, excellent power/speed of heating, and the "melt" mode -- great for butter or sauces. The burner will accept a very small pan so I can make sauce in a small enamel cast iron server & take it straight to the table.
Small complaint: As sleekly beautiful as the black is, I would have preferred white, because the burner rings are difficult to see, and if the pan is a bit too far off the side, the burner shuts itself off.
After five months of daily use, I still love this cooktop and am happy to recommend it."