Coffee is one of the great joys of life – the way it smells, the way it tastes, and of course the keen anticipation of your first morning cup. But a room temperature porcelain cup quickly saps the heat from your coffee beverage, making it not nearly so enjoyable as it should be. We suggest that along with the Wolf Coffee System, you invest in the Wolf 600mm Cup Warming Drawer, a perfect companion in both function and appearance.
The drawer uses air circulation to gently warm cups to the ideal temperature for your drink, yet still keep them cool enough to hold comfortably. Hidden electronic touch controls allow you to set a temperature range of 29° C to 79° C, includes automatic shut off and delayed start features. Full-extension, ball-bearing drawer glides operate smoothly, while a full-coverage, non-slip mat keeps cups and dinnerware from joggling. It's a worthy addition to any coffee lover's kitchen.
Wolf's ICBCW24 Cup Warming Drawer is designed to co-ordinate with Wolf's 600mm Coffee System.
HIDDEN INTERIOR CONTROL PANEL
Electronic touch controls let you adjust the temperature range from 29° C to 79° C.
Just push and pull open – handy if you've got a plate or pot in your hand. "No handle" design for a seamless look in your kitchen.
ROOM FOR 40 CUPS!
Large interior capacity (22L), warms up 40 tea cups or 80 espresso cups, ensuring the perfect temperature for whatever you're drinking. Spacious enough for dinnerware too, allowing you to heat multiple cups and dishes at the same time. Fits cups/dishes up to 10cm tall. 23kg capacity.
REMOVABLE NON-SLIP MAT
Holds cups in place and makes clean-up a breeze.
Black glass and stainless steel options work with any kitchen design.
RIGOROUSLY TESTED TO ENSURE DEPENDABILITY
Built with superior-quality materials, Wolf products are designed to last a minimum of 20 years under far heavier use than any home cook will ever subject them to. To ensure reliability, engineers stress-test our designs under laboratory conditions that simulate years of use. Major components are tested and subjected to extreme stresses prior to going into the final design of the unit, and every major function of every completed product is tested before shipping..