BENTON HARBOR (WWJ) — Whirlpool Corp. Wednesday announced it had introduced the industry’s first double-oven freestanding induction range.
The range’s double ovens feature Whirlpool’s largest capacity with a 2.5 cubic foot upper oven and a 4.2 cubic foot lower oven. There’s also an 11-inch induction boost heating element that boils up to 25 cups of water in 50 percent less time than a regular range.
Special features include AccuHeat induction technology, which transfers energy directly into magnetic cookware, so users get powerful cooking without feeling heat from the cooktop. For tastier roasts and baked bread, TimeSavor convection cooking distributes hot air more efficiently to seal in flavors and juices. Now, consumers can take home a range that senses and adapts to their every need to deliver the fast and delicious results they want.
The Whirlpool double oven electric range with induction cooktop (Model WGI925C0BS) is available now at retailers nationwide in stainless steel with a MSRP of $2,249.
Whirlpool is the world’s leading manufacturer and marketer of major home appliances, with annual sales of approximately $18 billion in 2012, 68,000 employees and 65 manufacturing and technology research centers around the world. Additional information about the company can be found at http://www.whirlpoolcorp.com.