Breville BMO734XL Quick Touch Microwave Oven

December 31, 2014 - Comment

The Breville BMO734XL Quick Touch is the easy to use microwave that knows the power level and time to suit the food you’re cooking. Adjust power and time on the fly! Smart settings take the guess work out of cooking, reheating and defrosting foods. Brushed stainless steel door hides easy to use shortcut menu and

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The Breville BMO734XL Quick Touch is the easy to use microwave that knows the power level and time to suit the food you’re cooking. Adjust power and time on the fly! Smart settings take the guess work out of cooking, reheating and defrosting foods. Brushed stainless steel door hides easy to use shortcut menu and includes a self-locating turntable. Innovations include; Sensor IQ which detects humidity and calculates time accordingly; My Favorite which allows you to program your favorite setting; Time Defrost which automatically sets defrosting power level once time is input; and of course our A Bit More button, when a little extra time is needed. One-Touch Auto Buttons are pre-programmed shortcuts for commonly used tasks. Includes a kitchen timer along with clock display and unit weight conversion.

Product Features

  • Unique dynamic power adjustment lets user change both power and time during the cooking cycle
  • Ten power levels allow you to adjust the power from 10 percent to 100 per cent with the twist of a dial
  • Sensor IQ Reheat and Cook function automatically adjusts cooking time to match the food being cooked
  • A Bit More – press when a little extra cooking time is needed
  • Self-locating turntable slides effortlessly into place

Comments

Sinohey "scribe" says:

The future of microwave ovens. For years, since their inception, microwave ovens were mainly used for defrosting or reheating foods, or even boiling water; but cooking food was often a challenge because of the uneven heat penetration.Understanding the basics of the technology should facilitate full use of the oven’s capabilities.Microwaves are electromagnetic radiation generated by a cavity magnetron, cause polarized water molecules in the food to rapidly vibrate and collide with carbohydrates, proteins, and fats – creating thermal energy by dielectric heating inside the food. The oven does not get hot, only the food does.Foods vary in their water content and thus require different heat settings. Vegetables with 85-95% water require a higher setting than meat (70% water) or butter (20% water).Because microwaves penetrate only about 1″ in depth sequentially moving inwards, larger foods will get hotter on the outside than the inside. By the time the center is cooked, the periphery becomes…

S. Lionel says:

How much are you willing to pay for knobs? If you take Breville’s promotional videos and breathless descriptions at face value, you’d think that Breville had made significant innovations and advances in building their Quick Touch microwave oven. Sadly, this is not the case. Overall, the features of the Breville are quite similar to other microwaves on the market, many of which cost half what Breville charges.Last fall I bought the and I really liked it (I still do). The Quick Touch microwave is styled very much like the Smart Oven, with a stainless steel front and knobs instead of lots of buttons. Breville’s videos make much of the lack of buttons, but the extra buttons are just hiding behind the door. Instead of a now-standard touchpad to enter cooking times and power levels, there are two rotary knobs that do this. The advantage of the knobs is that you can change the settings on-the-fly while your food is…

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