ZLINE Autograph Edition 36" Dual Fuel Range (RABZ-36)
Experience Attainable Luxury® with the ZLINE Autograph Edition Dual Fuel Range in Black Stainless Steel. Inspired by the elegance of our home in Lake Tahoe, the Autograph Edition provides an elevated luxury experience. Each product has been meticulously designed to reflect the unique beauty found in the Lake Tahoe landscapes. Combining the professional power and functionality of a ZLINE Range with stunning champagne bronze accents, this sophisticated line of professional ranges brings a new meaning of elegance. Create an unforgettable kitchen unique to your style with champagne bronze knobs, handles, legs, and brass burners. Choose from a variety of finishes from ZLINE's Autograph Edition, including: Champagne Bronze and Gold. The beauty of the Autograph Edition is infinite, just like the beauty found in Lake Tahoe and the Sierra Nevada Landscapes. From our home to yours, enjoy a luxurious experience with every Autograph Edition Dual Fuel Range assembled to order in the US.
This range includes many unique features such as:
- An ultra-deep 4.0 cu. ft. oven capacity with three layers of glass and dual lighting for crystal-clear visibility
- ZLINE's proprietary stay-put hinges are designed to support the full weight of the oven door and hold at any place
- An Industry First - Limited lifetime warranty on the Italian burners includes parts replacements for burners and burner caps, and parts and labor for the spark tip if parts prove to be defective in materials or workmanship.
Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
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