Originally Posted by lexie
Thanks for your input!! Have you had problems with the Wolf. I didn't care for their configurations on the 48" range. You could not get a top without the griddle. I do love griddles but have been spoiled by the Thermador griddle that now is titanium coated and removable so that it is easy to clean, I have 4 boys and any time I can save in the kitchen is a plus! The Decor 48" comes standard with the 6 oversized burners and a griddle top to place over 2 of the burners. I also am intrigued by the glass covered heating elements in the ovens on their new Epicure line. I have heard the broil feature is much like the broil you get from an infrared broiler. Have you heard any pros or cons about the Dacor product in general? I agree with you on the star burners on the Thermador. Also, only 2 of the burners are extra low simmer where as on the Dacor all the burners can simmer.
The Wolf has several convection modes & internal probes. It/I committed the sin of making a roast, a chicken and a turkey underdone using the manual & specs.
Additionally, the paint inside the upper oven chips & comes off in tiny slivers. And they don't warranty that. I'd have to avoid them if I was buying new.
The Dacor range (it may be the 1 you refer to) looks good on the web & in pics. I haven't seen 1 close & personal yet. But broiling is very important. Especially if you like fish broiling is a good way to make it.