As many know, over the past 15 years Sub-Zero has grown it’s Wolf brand to cover virtually every type of cooking appliance on the market. Wolf even has a built-in coffee system. But there has always been one glaring absence from the line-up: a dishwasher. Sub-Zero / Wolf has made up for this by taking on Asko distribution for the entire United States.
Controls on top, matching “Wolf” Pro handle
Back in 2015, rumors began swirling at Sub-Zero that a dishwasher was once again in development. Then in 2017, Sub-Zero let the word loose that it’s new dishwasher was coming and was to be called “Cove”.
Yes, the name is a bit peculiar. It doesn’t exactly inspire the type of “powerful” or “cleansing” feelings you would think the brand would be going for. Especially in a segment dominated by macho water-speak. Each year, the marketers one-up each other: “Water-Wall”, “Quad-Wash”, and “ProScrub”, oh my!
3-rack system, with adjustable points in green.
Now, Sub-Zero is ready to launch a high-end dishwasher for the home under it’s new “Cove” branding. While few technical specs have been announced, there are a few details we can be confident will be showing up.
Things we know:
The unit will be offered at the $2,000+ price point.
Will be offered in both Stainless and Panel-Ready
The unit will be offered with a best-in-class warranty out the box.
Interior LED lighting, top silverware rack, and smart-phone integration will ship
200 wash cycles, 41 jets and three spray arms
The unit will have highly adjustable racking system with green tabs
Things we don’t know for sure, but are pretty confident in:
Likely release in Q3 of 2018
No ADA height model for launch. Sorry Italian/German cabinet makers…
Load status LED indicator projected onto the floor
The one thing that we at ACME Sub Zero Repair company love about this particular appliance is what we call its fix-ability. Built like a tank with only quality parts, a Sub-Zero unit can be disassembled, gutted, refurbished and reassembled to extend its lifespan indefinitely. Simply put, these units can last an incredibly long time in the right hands. Even if your Sub-Zero has been neglected, never serviced or cleaned infrequently, we have our ways to spruce up your refrigerator and supercharge it with new, advanced, re-engineered parts. It is also true that no Sub-Zero product is too old to repair. We at ACME think that the older the better and take an enormous amount of pride in the restoration of older units. If you have an older Sub-Zero appliance give us call, and if you are in Los Angeles you should have us come out the same day. You might as well have the best.
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