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Wolf vs. Fisher & Paykel Professional Range 

Darin Busey, Appliance Specialist

Posted on March 7th, 2020


A 30” range is considered the standard range for most kitchens today. Thanks to its size, it will fit in most kitchens without requiring any type alteration of cabinets or countertops. This standard size of a range is available in gas, dual fuel, electric, and induction. Here we compare two very popular Professional Ranges from two different yet prominent names in the industry: Fisher & Paykel and Wolf.

The 30” Fisher and Paykel (model RGV2304NN) is a 4-burner Dual Fuel Range.  The Sealed Dual Flow Burners deliver cooking power of up to 22,500 BTU for some seriously fast-boiling action down to a 140°F precise full-surface simmer with the gentlest of flames. Precise control across both high and low settings is delivered through the halo-illuminated cooktop dials.

The Fisher & Paykel oven features True Convection and electronic oven control for precise and consistent temperatures. The Dual Fuel Range boasts 3 full-extension telescoping oven racks. has a 6-pass broiler that provides an even heat that covers a very large surface area perfect for browning a fully loaded oven tray. The range’s oven has a self-cleaning function with removable racks.


Control dials have halo-illumination glowing white while heating up, orange for temperature reached, and red for the self-cleaning mode. The oven is illuminated by two powerful incandescent lights. The cooktop is designed for easy access to any burner, with grates you can smoothly slide pots across, and the 4.6 cu. ft. oven cavity is large enough to allow you to cook multiple dishes at once.


Similarly, the 30” Wolf DF304 Range is also a 4-burner Dual Fuel Range. With this range, you can cook at higher highs and lower lows with four dual-stacked, sealed burners that produce up to 20,000 BTU and deliver as low as 300 BTU. Easily clean up any spills and splatters with the seamlessly sealed, black porcelain-coated burner pans. This Wolf range is able to deliver delicious results with a variety of modes, including Convection Roast, Proof, and Dehydrate.


Now you can expertly control heat and airflow with the dual convection which creates just the right cooking. The Wolf comes standard with 3 full extension telescoping oven racks and an 8-pass broiler that provides an even heat that covers a very large surface area perfect for browning.  Leave nothing to chance in this 4.5 cu. ft oven cavity with the temperature probe that alerts you when your dish has reached its ideal temperature. Operation is easy with a control panel that rotates out of sight when not in use. Utilize an array of options, such as self-clean, delayed start, timed cook, Sabbath mode, and more.


This range is able to re-ignite flames automatically with a spark ignition system for improved temperature control and added safety. Continuous cast-iron grates allow you to move even heavy pots and pans swiftly around the cooktop as necessary. Customize your range with colored knobs, including iconic red, black, or brushed stainless control knobs are available. Finally, the Wolf has bright interior halogen lights and a large, double-panel glass door window.


Both units are built from high-quality parts and materials and offer professional features. Your best bet would be to come in and see for yourself how these two ranges operate and compare to one another. One thing we know for sure - either one will be the centerpiece of your kitchen.


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