MDD30TESTH by Wolf in Westfield, NJ - 30" E Series Transitional Drop-Down Door Microwave Oven
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Westfield Showroom

908-232-5200
576 North Ave. East
Westfield, NJ 07090
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908-298-0400
150 W 1st Ave
Roselle, NJ 07203
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732-223-2253
2025 Route 34
Wall Township, NJ 07719
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30" E Series Transitional Drop-Down Door Microwave Oven

Wolf MDD30TESTH

Features

  • Distributes Heat Evenly
  • Installs Standard or Flush
  • Matches E Series Ovens
  • Utilizes 900 Watts

Quick Specs

  • Type: Microwave
  • Style: Built In
  • Width: 29.875"
  • Height: 17.875"
  • Depth: 20"
  • Energy Star Rated: No
  • Microwave Capacity: 1.6 cu. ft.
  • Microwave Wattage: 900.0 watts
  • Recessed Turntable: No
  • WiFi Connected: No

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Handy as a microwave oven is, it can be a dissonant element in your kitchen. Not so with the new 30" Wolf drop-down door microwave. It's styled to coordinate nicely with Wolf E series wall ovens, coffee systems and convection steam ovens. And it integrates easily, beautifully into any kitchen - really almost hides away - with its built-in design and space-saving drop-down door. Frees up counter space too, and who couldn't use more of that"
Wolf microwaves perform like true cooking instruments. In the test kitchens, Wolf chefs have used them to prepare everything from chicken cordon bleu to Swiss sauce cauliflower. A Gourmet mode detects moisture and humidity levels, and automatically adjusts cook time and power level for delicious results from several preset recipes. There are quick-start options for melting, softening and defrosting. And a "Keep Warm" mode turns your Wolf microwave into a warming drawer for up to 90 minutes - nice for late arrivals.

Distributes Heat Evenly

Distributes heat evenly with no hot or cold spots allowing for oven-like operation


Installs Standard or Flush

Installs standard or flush to conceal the oven from view


Matches E Series Ovens

Matches E series ovens, coffee systems, convection steam oven


Utilizes 900 Watts

Utilizes 900 watts of power to cook meals with delicious results


Select from 10 Power Levels

Select from 10 power levels, a warming mode, and sensor cooking


Rely on Quick Start Controls

Rely on quick-start controls for tasks like melting, softening, defrosting, and popcorn


Let the Microwave

Let the microwave do the cooking with intuitive


Install into Surrounding Cabinetry

Install into surrounding cabinetry to coordinate with other Wolf built-in ovens and warming drawers

Features

  • Distributes Heat Evenly
  • Installs Standard or Flush
  • Matches E Series Ovens
  • Utilizes 900 Watts
  • Select from 10 Power Levels
  • Rely on Quick Start Controls
  • Let the Microwave
  • Install into Surrounding Cabinetry

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