wolf convection steam vs miele dgc 5085 xl vs aeg bs7304001m
So i know AEG is not sold in the US and that will mean not much info, but i had to take my Chances.
Previously, I looked at Gaggeneau, Miele (steam only) and even the "Steam Assist" whirlpool models.
I was going to go with Wolf (1.8") because it looks easy to use (manufacturer video) and had the largest capacity of the ones i seen. It also looks super easy to use...something that is great on day one but i have read some people want more control over the unit.
Then i seen the AEG models (2.6"). Much larger with most of the same features and many extra. On top of that it seems this is the least expensive of the three. Now i am liking this high end Electrolux.
That said Miele has a XL model (1.7") that is not available in Canada (yet? ever?) that may be good competition for these two. I found it on the Australian site (it is much better than the Canadian one) the model was DGC 5085 XL. One thing this model has over both the others is a plumbed water line... previously only on the Gagg, I think. What ever else is going on with steam ovens I have to think plumbed lines are the future.
Previously i had been debating if a wolf would be large enough as the main oven, and i am still wondering that in a way. Can it cook a 20lb turkey? Does using that high a % of the oven change the way it cooks?
So i guess what i am really asking is about AEG as a brand, I was recommended in a different thread to look into their induction hobs too, but i just don't know alot about them.
Any experience people have with them would be great to read about...in the mean time i will be reading the archives.
Ik now that some one is going to tell me to see the show room. In my area i will be lucky to see one of these on the floor. Lass few places i went Wolf was the only one of these brands I saw and they did not have this in. Trying a few more showrooms soon.