Panasonic Countertop Microwave - 2.2 Cu. Ft. - Stainless Steel
This 2.2 cu.ft. Panasonic Prestige Plus microwave delivers incredible results using Cyclonic Wave Inverter technology. By circulating microwave energy within the oven, you are ensured even cooking and excellent texture. Plus, it's built with energy-saving LED lighting and features a slim metal stainless steel design with chrome button control panel.
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- Cyclonic wave technology circulates microwave energy evenly
- Electrostatic glass-touch control panel is easy to clean and looks sleek
- Energy saving LED lighting in the microwave's interior
- Finger print proof stainless steel finish
- Genius sensor cooking (14 programs)
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- Best Toaster Oven For Baking Breadby ninja
from Toronto, ON on January 17, 2019
This model is recommended for people who are in search for a small toaster oven that is capable of preparing frozen snacks, making toast and reheating a couple of slices of pizza. The Panasonic Flashxpress is outstanding in its powerful baking performance, reasonable price and compact size. This model cooks the food evenly, unlike many other models who are on the expensive end that do not cook food evenly. The heating elements are located in both the back and the front in this model. This ensures the proper heating of the food. The elements at the front cook and heat the food from the outside whereas the one heating elements at the back cook the food from the inside. As compared to traditional models, this one is capable of heating up food 40% faster. The unit does not require you to preheat since it features double infrared power.
- Design flaw that should have been obviousby Danny Vescarelli
from Calgary, AB on May 21, 2018
This would have been a great microwave except for one significant oversight. The LED display is VERY DIFFICULT to read as they are in a VERY DARK navy color. you have to be very close or need a flashlight if the microwave isn't situated in a very well lite place. I can't imagine those looking at the finished product would think it was acceptable!
- PORBLEM TIMEby KK
from Oakville, ON on April 14, 2018
After 30 days simply died. Only clock works. So if looking for a clock, go for it. Warranty service - whole other issue. 3-weeks to get parts. Then it all failed in 15 minutes. Now told to wait to hear back from Panasonic for the next steps - what next steps. Simply awful so far.
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