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36' cooktop DCS v. Wolf

Posted by abh2 (My Page) on
Tue, Mar 13, 12 at 21:16

Thoughts on a DCS vs. Wolf 36" cooktop? I do like the idea of dual flow and I prefer the burner set up on the DCS (with a big middle burner), but how is the reliability. Have the problems with the grates but resolved with the new models? Thanks in advance!


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RE: 36' cooktop DCS v. Wolf

Before I switched gears to a rangetop, I investigated both the DCS and the Wolf 36" cooktops. Before I thought I could afford the Wolf, I settled on the DCS. The grate feet (if that's the issue you mentioned) has been resolved. The other issue I read about was the lettering around the knobs wearing off over time. Not sure if that has been addressed. My appliance salesperson hadn't heard that when I mentioned it to her.

Once I got priced the Wolf, I decided to spring for it instead for the better burner. I had never used a gas cooktop so didn't really know where I'd prefer the more powerful burner.

HTH!


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