Luxury isn't meant to be desired - it's meant to be attainable. Designed in Lake Tahoe, USA, the ZLINE 30" Autograph Edition Single Wall Oven with Self Clean and True Convection in Stainless Steel (AWSZ-30) provides a professional culinary experience by pairing unmatched performance with timeless style. Achieve ZLINE Attainable Luxury excellence with innovative features designed to enhance your kitchen's capability.
This wall oven includes many unique features such as:
- handle matches all ZLINE Autograph Edition products with Accents
- Professional Electric Convection Cooking with multiple modes including: Convection Bake, Convection Roast, and Convection Broil
- Standard Bake and Broil modes for ideal everyday cooking
- Built-in design within cabinetry for a seamless, finished look
- Temperature probe ensures the desired results are achieved with every dish
- Sabbath Mode feature, allowing for convenient baking or warming dishes
- Warm and Proof Modes for optimal baking results and convenient
- Cook with ease - the single wall oven comes with one telescoping oven rack, one stationary oven rack, and a broil pan and tray
- Halogen oven light for an illuminated oven space
- Self-Clean technology for an incredibly fast and easy clean up
- Delay cleaning feature to ensure the oven begins self-cleaning on your schedule
- Safety panel lock prevents unintended operation of the wall oven
- Cooling fan to prevent from overheating of outer surfaces and ensure safety
- ZLINE's proprietary stay-put hinges are designed to support the full weight of the oven door and hold at any place
Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
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