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900 ° C top heat
The secret behind a perfect steak is the right temperature! At 900 ° C top heat gets your steak outside a delicious crust and remains juicy inside. Like the best steakhouse.


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From 0 to 900 in less than 3 minutes - While others are still heating up, you can enjoy your perfectly grilled steak.


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Gas hose with pressure reducer
Grease bowl made of stainless steel
Grill made of cast iron
Multifunction lever (height adjustment, grill grate operation and bottle opener in one)

Width 42.5cm
Depth 44,0cm
Height 29.5 cm
Weight 18kg

To the inner values:

burner
2 separately and
infinitely variable
Infrared gas burner

Type of gas
propane

Grill temperature
up to 900 ° C

Grill area
32.5 cm x 26.5 cm

grill
made of cast iron

 

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The Otto Wilde Grill brings the drama of delicious restaurant steak home

Like many folks this year, I have been cooking a lot. Though I’ve always loved food and have had a deep and abiding interest for the art of cooking, I’ve definitely pushed myself to learn how to do a lot of things from scratch in the kitchen this year. From cooking a decent CTM to a respectable pie, I have hit a lot of my personal milestones over the past few months.

One of the unforeseen consequences of my culinarily driven efforts to stay sane during quarantine this year has been a foray into testing out purpose driven kitchen devices. Though not quite single use (and actually pretty versatile in their own way) devices like the Ooni pizza oven and the Otto Grill have found their way into my ad-hoc outdoor kitchen and I have had a pretty enjoyable time pushing and prodding on them while simultaneously upping my own cooking game.

Which leads me to this review of the Otto Wilde Grill.

What is it?

It’s a 16x17x11” self-contained propane broiler that features two top mounted burners that can reach temperatures of 1,500 degrees F. There is an adjustable grille and a catch pan for grease and a dual use arm that acts as a grille tool and a wrench to adjust the distance between the burners and your food.

It’s designed to cook steak that gets you as close to steakhouse taste and texture as possible. It does so by mimicking the kinds of top mounted broilers that you’ll find in many commercial kitchens.

I’m not going to bury the lede, this thing is $1,000. If you don’t have a G to drop on a cooking thing of any sort, then read on for entertainment and edification. If you DO have that much to spend (maybe) and are wondering why the hell you’d want to, I think I can deliver those things for you here.

But, why

After my Ooni review, Otto Wilde Grills reached out to see if I wanted to try out their over-fired broiler. I love steak, especially steak at the perfect temp with a restaurant-style carmelized crust. I’ve been able to get decent results over the years with my standard grill and a cast iron skillet — and more recently have been very happy with the sous vide bath + skillet method.

But there is just something about the somewhat violent, crispy, high heat broiler style finish that you get at a steakhouse that I have not been able to duplicate at home. 

Very specifically, the reason that a steakhouse steak hits your table with a carmel crust and nicely distributed interior juice is something called the Maillard reaction. Maillard reactions are different than caramelization, which is basically the heat driven decomposition of sugar. Instead, it is the breakdown and combination of sugars and amino acids. It happens during cooking in many foods but is most important in great tasting meat and bread. It begins to occur in most foods above around 280 °F or so but even higher temperatures can emphasize the resulting effects to the point where you get this deliciously beautiful light brown crust that adds a crunch and even slight sweetness to your foods, especially meats. 

The trick of at home Maillard reactions in steak is how to activate and sustain the process long enough to create the desired result while simultaneously not over-cooking your meat. 

A note: I am reviewing the Otto grill several years after it was initially released (though they do have a new ‘Pro’ model with a really handy drawer and a whole grill system hitting the market). But when they offered to send me one I went and checked out the reviews that were out there. Gonna be honest, even the ‘good’ reviews are pretty poorly done. Either they are done on YouTube by clear grillmasters that assume people know a lot about grilling and don’t really explain much beyond running a steak or two through the grill or they are on…ahem…other sites where they quite clearly have no idea what they are doing. Don’t get me started on the results in some of those reviews. I can’t even. I’m not going to blow up anyone’s spot specifically here, but as a bit of meta I can just say that the current state of food appliance reviews is really, really bad. I think a lot of people do pretty decent jobs reviewing, say, phones or game consoles. Not so much in the kitchen.

Anyway, over-fired broilers are extremely common in commercial kitchens, where ‘infrared’ heat (basically high heat gas shot through pinholes in a ceramic sheet) and radiant heat are primary options. The Otto Grill is an infrared style OFB, which means that it can get to high heat extremely quickly (about 3-5 minutes to 1,500 degrees) and that it cooks VERY fast because most of the heat goes right to the meat. 

Fast, high heat cooking means quicker crust, less gas waste and most importantly, juicier steaks that have less time to dry out. 

A quick how-to

One of the things that I found surprising when I started researching the Otto was that there are very few direct examples of how to cook a steak with it. To that end, here is my basic process for most steaks. Prior to beginning any of this I salt my steaks generously with a nice sea salt. I do not use anything else personally and I would say beware of any rubs with pepper or other ingredients because they can burn quickly in an oven as hot as the Otto.

  1. Fill the water tray halfway. This prevents grease fires and makes cleanup better, as well as introducing a bit of moisture to the cooking environment. 
  2. Pre-heat the Otto at full power. This takes as little as 3 minutes and no longer than 5 from zero to 1,500 degrees. 
  3. Remove the grille and place the steak(s) onto it oriented so that they are covered by one or both burners. 
  4. Pop it back in and use the adjustment lever to move them within about a half inch of the bottom edge of the flame at the top. You should see a roiling, sizzling field of flame turbulence just above the top surface of the meat. 
  5. Cook for around 60 seconds to 90 seconds. 
  6. Lower, remove, and flip end over end to sear the other side. 
  7. Raise, and cook for another 60-90 seconds. 
  8. At this point, if your steak is 1” thick or under and you are ok with medium rare, you are likely done. Remove it and check the temp with a meat thermometer to see if it is at your desired temp.
  9. If it is a thicker cut, reduce the heat to ¾ on both burners and drop the grill to the bottom position. Rotate every 2 minutes and periodically check the meat temp (I do it out of the oven because it’s so hot in there) until you hit desired done levels.
  10. Remove the meat to rest, turn off the Otto and let cool somewhat to clean the tray and grille.

This method has enabled me to cook thinner cuts in as little as 3-5 minutes. Larger cuts may require careful rotation and positioning. 

Steak results

I have cooked a lot of steaks on the Otto over the last couple of months. I’ve done ribeye, sirloin, filet mignon, hangar and T-bone. 

I cooked a wide variety of cuts at a number of different levels of marbling. The fattier cuts obviously benefited much more from the Otto’s high-temp cooking. The way that it absolutely pulverizes fat allows it to crust perfectly across the surface without creating a dry, crumbly texture. Instead it’s crispy and moist at the same time. 

Also, because it’s a top firing burner, the fat seeps downward, through the meat instead of outwards. The resulting exterior is super delicious and produces a nearly perfectly sized rind every time, leaving a to-temp interior. 

It took me a few steaks to get the methodology above down. I burned a few, for sure. This thing is crazy hot and the times involved are hard to wrap your head around at first. But once you have your rhythm, the Otto Grill cooks an insanely tasty steak from nearly any cut or quality of meat. Otto sent me a few frozen steaks to try, but I’ve mostly cooked my own meat purchased locally, which was much better. But even thawed meat was treated pretty well by this grill, the crust makes up for a lot when you’re working with so-so meat. 

For those of you that know steak, you may be wondering whether it is good at grassfed beef. Yes! It’s actually super killer for grassfed because the high, high heat makes the sear happen super fast, locking in the juice which is at a big premium in leaner grassfed cuts. Grassfed suffers with long cook times, which you won’t find in the Otto. You can cook a very nicely juicy medium rare grassfed cut here.

One major comparison that I think many people who might be in the market to buy this thing will be interested in is how it stacks up against the very popular sous-vide + cast iron sear method also referred to as reverse searing. Cooking your steak in a water bath to achieve precise interior temp and then searing it for crust and flavor has become uber popular for at home cooks in recent years due to the wide availability of consumer grade immersion circulators. 

Sous-vide + sear on left, Otto Grill on right

I’ll say this as simply as possible: I think you can get extremely similar results with sous vide + cast iron, with some pretty straightforward caveats. 

  • Your cast iron has to be super hot. I’m talking 2,000 BTUs and up of gas burner hot. You need that high, hot heat to get that sear to retain moisture and render your fat quickly. 
  • You’re searing it from the bottom by contact rather than the top by proximity, which means that fat will have a tendency to boil away and you need to continuously circulate your juices using butter or another oil. 
  • Smoke and spatter. You’re going to generate plenty of both on a skillet. 

Sous-vide + sear on left, Otto Grill on right

If you’re really used to reverse searing and you love your results, I still do think there are a couple of areas where the Otto can up your game a bit, but the general taste and satisfaction will be in the ballpark. One thing I did try which worked out well is a tri-tip — a huge cut that is popular in California that would not do well normally here. I did a sous-vide bath + reverse sear in the Otto and those turned out really lovely. 

I liked the Otto’s more delineated rind that creates that nice flavor seal along the interior edge of your cut of meat. I also think that it can be very easy to over cook thin steaks while searing if you can’t get your skillet super hot. 

The biggest overall benefit of course, is time. If you write off the resting time to bring your meat to room temp, which is passive cooking time, then you’re looking at anywhere from 1-3 hours to sous vide a thick cut steak. The Otto heats in 3 minutes and cooks in anywhere from 5-10 minutes. It’s a huge time savings for equal or better results.

One design consideration worth mentioning is that because there are two burners with a dead space in between, you must shift larger cuts to allow them to sear evenly if they span two burners. I wouldn’t call it a flaw as it is definitely pushing it to shove a wall-to-wall steak in there. I would love to see future versions of the oven reduce the space between the burners in order to allow more coverage for bigger steaks. This is a non factor if your steak fits under one burner, and most do in general. 

The catch pan, by the way, is pretty instrumental. Filling it with water reduces the chances that your fat will catch on fire, burning portions of your steak, and it makes cleaning up super easy as you can sluice out the still warm grease water and then brush it clean. I will note, at the risk of some ribbing, that I forgot to put some water in the pan once and may have added some…decorative smoke work to my grill’s face. Cook outdoors.

Pizza

Otto says you can make pizza in this thing too — and they even make a stone and peel. Well, you can, but I’d say how enthusiastic you get about it is going to sort of depend on what your standards for pizza are. 

The pizzas that I made in the Otto with the stone are, uh, they’re fine I guess. It’s absolutely, totally possible to do a little personal-sized pizza in the Otto, especially if you par bake the crust. But anything you do in here is going to pale next to the Ooni. I’d actually much rather just gin a up a little pan pizza that you can do in your regular home oven. There are a lot of reasons to buy the Otto, but pizza should not be a primary one, in my opinion.

I did cook a beautiful batch of naan in it though which was lovely. It’s basically common sense. Anything in the flatbread family is going to do wonderful here, but stuff with toppings needs to be par baked because it’s so damn hot.

Other stuff

Can you cook other stuff in the Otto? Yeah, 100%. Basically anything you can throw in a cast iron pan and sear up will do well in the Otto. Examples I’ve tried include peppers and onions, fruit and veg medleys and crispy potatoes drizzled in oil. Because the cast iron gets nice and evenly hot and you have a top broiler it makes for an ideal searing environment. It is hot as hell even at the lower settings though, so you need to keep an eye on it. 

Should you buy it?

Otto Wilde likely have their own ideas about the target market for their grills but for me it’s: has disposable income, loves steak enough to eat it 3x a week and already owns at least one or two other specialty grilling items. Basically, Big Green Egg owners. While something like a BGE is amazing at low and slow and smoking, it takes a hell of a lot to stoke and maintain the heat you’d need to get a caramelizing sear and in the end your steak would definitely be dryer. 

The Otto Grill is basically the consumerized version of a commercial kitchen staple item. Could you buy something like a Salamander for like $1,300? Sure, but at that point you’re a commercial kitchen and you’re gonna need a natural gas plumb and probably a business license. Just rent a strip mall slot or a food truck. 

Overall I found the design to be thoughtful, straightforward and reliable. Though I did have some ignition issues as described earlier, this is frank German engineering at its most utility-driven. The Otto Grill is expensive, but does precisely perform the task that it claims to make possible. I have cooked steaks by many different methods over the years and as I mentioned above, some of them are absolute stand-bys because they are really close to restaurant methodology. But for steakhouse style crust delivered absolutely consistently with the minimum of time and effort, the Otto Grill stands alone.

Источник: https://techcrunch.com/2020/10/11/the-otto-wilde-grill-delivers-the-drama-of-delicious-restaurant-steak-at-home/

Otto‘s O.F.B. Original

799,20 EUR

999,00 EUR

WHAT YOU GET

  • The Otto Grill, constructed of premium 304 stainless steel
  • Gas Hose & Regulator (1,20m)
  • Outside of EU the US gas regulator will be shipped
  • Cast Iron Grill Grate (32,5 x 26,5cm)
  • Stainless Steel Drip Tray (catching all the juices)
  • Drip Tray Tongs (for easy handling of the drip tray)
  • Clever Lever (height adjustment, grid allocation and bottle opener)

TECHNICAL DETAILS

  • Gas: Propane
  • Weight of grill: 18 kg
  • Grill size: Width 42,5 x depth 44 x height 29,5 cm
  • CE Certified

Shipping

  • Delivery time: 4-9 days (depends on country of delivery)
  • Shipping costs will be calculated at checkout
  • Additional costs may arise depending on the country of delivery
  • For shipments to islands the costs can vary
Источник: https://ottowilde.com/products/ottos-o-f-b

Before you order Grubhub for the fifth time this week, save money and be your own chef with Otto’s O.F.B. (over-fired broiler). Impress your guests at your next dinner party or lock in that next date when you cook with this German-engineered specialized infrared gas grill. What makes the O.F.B. so special? The two infrared gas units send out heat from the top, ensuring even distribution, as opposed to bottom heat. Short cooking times, flexible height adjustment, quick cleaning, and easy handling ensure your meals are fuss-free with the O.F.B. Ultra-quick preheating within three minutes lets you enjoy fast or spontaneous meals at any time. Height adjustment allows for precise and comfortable grid allocation.

Grill the perfect steak easily and quickly at home with the O.F.B. After the grill is heated, cook your steak for about one minute on each side until the crust is brown. High temperatures up to 1700˚F are needed for that nice crispy, caramelized crust while keeping the inside juicy and tender. Once the crust is perfect, let your steak rest in the bottom of the grill until it reaches the desired cooking level. The drip tray will collect the meat juices, which you can use to make a delicious sauce later! You can also prepare chicken, pork belly, fish, vegetables, desserts, and more. The O.F.B. is a must-have for any kitchen! Learn More

 

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Источник: https://thedailywant.com/ottos-over-fired-broiler/

GCA Altium advises Otto Wilde Grillers on its sale to Miele

March 16, 2021 | Deals

GCA Altium acted as exclusive financial advisor to the shareholders on the sale of Otto Wilde Grillers, a leading D2C brand that designs, manufactures and markets high-end gas and electric grills, to Miele, the world’s leading manufacturer of premium domestic appliances.

Otto Wilde was founded in 2015 in Düsseldorf, Germany, by the mining engineer and ex-CEO of a machine construction company, Ulrich Otto Wilde, who built up the company with his son Nils, daughter-in-law Julia, and Alexander Luik. Otto Wilde’s grills are primarily sold through their strong D2C platform and are currently manufactured in Germany and China. One of their flagship products is the highly versatile top-heat O.F.B. grill with infinitely adjustable temperatures up to 900°C, which has received the German Design Award 2018 and the Iconic Award 2019. Otto Wilde also has a highly innovative gas grill in the pipeline, based on their G32 platform, which with the aid of modules can be easily extended into a complete outdoor kitchen.

Miele is the world’s leading manufacturer of premium domestic appliances including cooking, baking and steam-cooking appliances, refrigeration products, coffee makers, dishwashers and laundry and floor care products. Founded in 1899 and based in Westphalia, Germany, the company has eight production plants in Germany, one each in Austria, the Czech Republic, China, Romania and Poland, as well as two production plants belonging to its Italian medical technology subsidiary Steelco. Throughout the world, the family-run enterprise, now in its fourth generation, employs a workforce of around 20,900, of which approximately 11,050 work in Germany.

Miele have taken a 75.1% stake in the company, with Otto Wilde contributing its expertise in the field of innovative high-end grills and accessories, and Miele bringing many years of know-how in the development, production, connectivity and marketing of premium built-in appliances worldwide.

“With its technical excellence in the field of premium built-in kitchen appliances, Miele is in a position to make valuable contributions towards expanding our portfolio,” said Nils Wilde. Further benefits will come from Miele’s worldwide market presence, not least with a view to the future internationalisation of the Otto Wilde product range. Alexander Luik agrees: “We are very pleased at having found a strong and reliable partner in Miele, a partner who shares our philosophy of perfection and premium aspirations and can support us in many ways.”

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Источник: https://gcaaltium.com/gca-altium-advises-otto-wilde-grillers-on-its-sale-to-miele/

Otto's O.F.B. Premium

Otto's O.F.B. Premium
Otto's O.F.B. Premium
Otto's O.F.B. Premium
879,20 EUR

1.099,00 EUR

WHAT YOU GET

  • Otto's O.F.B. Premium, constructed of premium 304 stainless steel
  • Completely sealed interior
  • Built in Grill Drawer for an easy grid handling
  • Gas Hose & Regulator (1,20m)
  • Outside of EU the US gas regulator will be shipped
  • Cast Iron Grill Grate (32,5 x 26,5cm)
  • Stainless Steel Drip Tray (catching all the juices)
  • Clever Lever (height adjustment, grid allocation and bottle opener)

TECHNICAL DETAILS

  • Gas: Propane
  • Weight of grill: 18 kg
  • Grill size: Width 42,5 x depth 48 x height 29,5 cm
  • CE Certified

Shipping

  • Delivery time: 2-3 days (the Grill Drawer may be delivered additionally)
  • Shipping costs will be calculated at checkout
  • Additional costs may arise depending on the country of delivery
  • For shipments to islands the costs can vary
Источник: https://ottowilde.com/products/ottos-o-f-b-premium

Press releases

  • Gütersloh domestic appliance company takes 75.1% stake in premium gas grill specialist

  • The joint objective is to offer a high-end and finely tuned range of outdoor lifestyle products for the most discerning

An increasing circle of people are showing an avid interest in cooking challenging dishes out in the fresh air – and are investing in high-end barbecue grills or even complete outdoor kitchens. Both companies intend to tackle this high-potential markets together with immediate effect: Otto Wilde will contribute its expertise in the field of innovative high-end grills and accessories. Miele, for its part, brings many years of know-how in the development, production, connectivity and marketing of premium built-in appliances worldwide to the table. Alongside expanding the product portfolio, further internationalisation is on the joint agenda.

Otto Wilde was founded in 2015 in Düsseldorf. The eponym and technical brain is the mining engineer and ex-CEO of a machine construction company, Ulrich Otto Wilde, who built up the start-up with his son Nils, daughter-in-law Julia, and Alexander Luik. Luik studied together with Nils Wilde and is a long-standing friend of the family. They are all united by their enthusiasm for good food – and the fact that they lived for a time in the USA and learned there how a perfect steak must taste.

Revolutionising cooking and outdoor grilling was the common vision of the quartet, and, indeed, the company already counts among Germany's most innovative manufacturers of grills. One of their flagship products is the highly versatile top-heat O.F.B grill, with infinitely adjustable temperatures up to 900°C – for top-class results on meat and poultry in all their variations as well as sea food, grilled vegetables and even desserts. This product won the German Design Award 2018, followed by the Iconic Award 2019. In the pipeline at Otto Wilde is a highly innovative gas grill, based on the G32 platform, which, with the aid of modules, can be easily extended into a complete outdoor kitchen. In 2020, the company was able to further expand its market presence and currently employs 30 people. Executive Management is shared by Alexander Luik (Marketing) and Nils Wilde (Technology). Products are currently manufactured by partners in Germany and China.

'Even during our first contacts, we were impressed by the pioneering spirit at Otto Wilde Grillers, by the innovative nature of their products and their loving attention to detail', says Gernot Trettenbrein, Senior Vice President of the business unit 'New Growth Factory' at Miele. The global player steeped in tradition and the agile start-up complement each other perfectly and are together capable of achieving great things, Trettenbrein continues. 'We are looking forward to hitting the ground running and putting our joint innovation and growth plans into action'.

New business field with the promise of great synergies

For Miele, its stake in Otto Wilde Grillers represents a first foothold in the growing future market of outdoor cooking which adds potential synergies to Miele's core competencies in the field of ambitious cooking and stylish pleasure. 'We have therefore defined outdoor cooking as an additional business segment within the Miele Group which we intend to establish and expand with determination', says Trettenbrein. The necessary activities will be bundled within the New Growth Factory, set up at the beginning of this year to ply promising new growth fields outside Miele's core business area. These already include the gourmet delivery service MChef, the vertical farming specialist Agrilution and the KptnCook recipe app.

'With its technical excellence in the field of premium built-in kitchen appliances, Miele is in a position to make valuable contributions towards expanding our portfolio', says Nils Wilde. Further benefits accrue from the domestic appliance manufacturer's worldwide market presence, not least with a view to the future internationalisation of the Otto Wilde product range. Alexander Luik agrees: 'We are very pleased at having found a strong and reliable partner in Miele, a partner who shares our philosophy of perfection and premium aspirations and can support us in many ways'.

Media contact - Miele Group

Carsten Nagel
Phone.: +49 5241 89-1009
Email: [email protected]iele.com

Media contact - Otto Wilde Grillers

Alexander Luik
Phone: +49 211 54213030
Email: [email protected]

 

About Miele: Miele is the world's leading manufacturer of premium domestic appliances including cooking, baking and steam-cooking appliances, refrigeration products, coffee makers, dishwashers and laundry and floor care products. Their product portfolio also includes dishwashers, washing machines and tumble dryers for commercial use as well as washer-disinfectors and sterilisers for use in medical and laboratory applications (Miele Professional). Founded in 1899, the company has eight production plants in Germany, one each in Austria, the Czech Republic, China, Romania and Poland as well as two production plants belonging to its Italian medical technology subsidiary Steelco. Sales in the 2020 business year amounted to around € 4.5 bn (thereof 29.5% in Germany). Miele is represented with its own sales subsidiaries and via importers in almost 100 countries/regions. Throughout the world, the family-run enterprise, now in its fourth generation, employs a workforce of around 20,900, of which approx. 11,050 employees work in Germany. The company has its headquarters in Gütersloh in Westphalia.

About Otto Wilde: Otto Wilde is a young and fast-growing company with around 30 employees, with the aim of revolutionising the global barbecue market with its special grills. Otto Wilde enables outdoor grilling fans to set new standards in terms of taste and the perfection of results, to share experiences with a community devoted to grilling and to take their skills to the next level with recipes, insights and step-by-step instructions. Products from Otto Wilde excel in terms of their exceptional quality and award-winning design – without gimmickry.

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Источник: https://www.miele.de/en/m/foothold-in-the-world-of-outdoor-cooking-miele-acquires-majority-stake-in-otto-wilde-grillers-5500.htm

Before you order Grubhub for the fifth time this week, save money and be your own chef with Otto’s O.F.B. (over-fired broiler). Impress your guests at your next dinner party or lock in that next date when you cook with this German-engineered specialized infrared gas grill. What makes the O.F.B. so special? The two infrared gas units send out heat from the top, ensuring even distribution, as opposed to bottom heat. Short cooking times, flexible height adjustment, quick cleaning, and easy handling ottos ofb your meals are fuss-free with the O.F.B. Ultra-quick preheating within three minutes lets you enjoy fast or spontaneous meals at any time. Height adjustment allows for precise and comfortable grid allocation.

Grill the perfect steak easily and quickly at home with the O.F.B. After the grill is heated, ottos ofb your steak for about one minute on each side until the crust is brown. High temperatures up to 1700˚F are needed for that nice crispy, caramelized crust while keeping the inside juicy and tender. Once the crust is perfect, let your steak rest in the bottom of the grill until it reaches the desired cooking level. The drip tray will collect the meat juices, which you can use to make a delicious sauce later! You can also prepare chicken, pork belly, fish, vegetables, desserts, and more. The O.F.B. is a must-have for any kitchen! Learn More

 

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Otto O.F.B. - 1500 Degree Infrared Steak Grill

If you're ultra serious about grilling steaks and want to achieve perfect steakhouse level results right in your very own backyard in mere minutes, then fire up this cool new Otto's O.F.B. (Over-Fired Broiler) from Otto Wilde Grillers. Unlike traditional grills, after only three minutes of pre-heating the dual overhead infrared burners of this unique grill, it reaches extreme temperatures of over 1500°F that can quickly grill tender ottos ofb moist steaks that are sealed with a tasty gourmet crust on the outside (the Maillard Effect). It features an easy ottos ofb access front-loading open design, separately adjustable dual infrared gas burners on the top for direct, efficient heat distribution, ottos ofb Clever Lever on the side for adjusting the cast iron grate height and opening bottles, and a removable grill top for easy cleanup. Check out this VIDEO to see this incredible steak grill in action. It even does pizzas and vegetables too!

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Источник: https://www.thegreenhead.com/2018/10/otto-ofb-1500-degree-infrared-steak-grill.php

GCA Altium advises Otto Wilde Grillers on its sale ottos ofb Miele

March 16, 2021 | Deals

GCA Altium acted as exclusive financial advisor to the shareholders on the sale of Otto Wilde Grillers, a leading D2C brand that designs, manufactures and markets high-end gas and electric grills, to Miele, the world’s leading manufacturer of premium domestic appliances.

Otto Wilde was founded in 2015 in Düsseldorf, Germany, by the mining engineer and ex-CEO of a machine construction company, Ulrich Otto Wilde, who built up the company with his son Nils, daughter-in-law Julia, and Alexander Luik. Otto Wilde’s grills are primarily sold through their strong D2C platform and are currently manufactured in Germany and China. One of their flagship products is the highly versatile top-heat O.F.B. grill with infinitely adjustable temperatures up to 900°C, which has received the German Design Award 2018 and the Iconic Award 2019. Otto Wilde also has a highly innovative gas grill in the pipeline, based on their G32 platform, which with the aid of modules can be easily extended into a complete outdoor kitchen.

Miele is the world’s leading ottos ofb of premium domestic appliances including cooking, baking and steam-cooking appliances, refrigeration products, coffee makers, dishwashers and laundry and floor care products. Founded in 1899 and based in Westphalia, Germany, the company has eight production plants in Germany, one ottos ofb in Austria, the Czech Republic, China, Romania and Poland, as well as best cash back credit cards for graduate students production plants belonging to its Italian medical technology subsidiary Steelco. Throughout the world, the family-run enterprise, now in its fourth generation, employs a workforce of around 20,900, of which approximately 11,050 work ottos ofb Germany.

Miele have taken a 75.1% stake in the company, with Otto Wilde contributing its expertise in the field of outdoor dining rockland county ny high-end grills and accessories, and Miele bringing many years of know-how in the development, production, connectivity and marketing of premium built-in appliances worldwide.

“With its technical excellence in the field of premium built-in kitchen appliances, Miele is in a position to make valuable contributions towards expanding our portfolio,” said Nils Wilde. Further benefits will come from Miele’s worldwide market presence, not least with a view to the future internationalisation of the Otto Wilde product range. Alexander Luik agrees: “We are very pleased at having found a strong and reliable partner in Miele, a partner who shares our philosophy of perfection and premium aspirations and can support us in many ways.”

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OTTOS OFB top heat grill gas

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OTTOS OFB top heat grill gas
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900 ° C top heat
The secret behind a perfect steak is the right temperature! At 900 ° C top heat gets your steak outside a delicious crust and remains juicy inside. Like the best steakhouse.


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From 0 to 900 in less than 3 minutes - While others are still heating up, you can enjoy your perfectly grilled steak.


delivery

Gas hose with pressure reducer
Grease bowl made of stainless steel
Grill made of cast iron
Multifunction lever (height adjustment, grill grate operation and bottle opener in one)

Width 42.5cm
Depth 44,0cm
Height ottos ofb cm
Weight 18kg

To the inner values:

burner
2 separately and
infinitely variable
Infrared gas burner

Type of gas
propane

Grill temperature
up to 900 ° C

Grill area
32.5 cm x 26.5 cm

grill
made of cast iron

 

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Otto‘s O.F.B. Original

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999,00 EUR

WHAT YOU GET

  • The Otto Grill, constructed of premium 304 stainless steel
  • Gas Hose & Regulator (1,20m)
  • Outside of EU the US gas regulator will be shipped
  • Cast Iron Grill Grate (32,5 x 26,5cm)
  • Stainless Steel Drip Tray (catching all the juices)
  • Drip Tray Tongs (for easy handling of the drip tray)
  • Clever Lever (height adjustment, grid allocation and bottle opener)

TECHNICAL DETAILS

  • Gas: Propane
  • Weight of grill: 18 kg
  • Grill size: Width 42,5 x depth 44 x height 29,5 cm
  • CE Certified

Shipping

  • Delivery time: 4-9 days (depends on country of delivery)
  • Shipping costs will be calculated at checkout
  • Additional costs may arise depending on the country of delivery
  • For shipments to islands the costs can vary
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