Cuisinart CMW-100 1-Cubic-Foot Stainless Steel Microwave Oven

December 31, 2014 - Comment

A stainless steel interior and 24 preprogrammed settings put the Cuisinart Microwave Oven in a class all its own. The ideal cooking environment, nonporous stainless will not absorb orders, moisture or food particles. Preprogrammed one-touch controls quarantine that everything from reheating coffee, to defrosting cutlets, to cooking fish or making 2, 4, or 6 strips

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A stainless steel interior and 24 preprogrammed settings put the Cuisinart Microwave Oven in a class all its own. The ideal cooking environment, nonporous stainless will not absorb orders, moisture or food particles. Preprogrammed one-touch controls quarantine that everything from reheating coffee, to defrosting cutlets, to cooking fish or making 2, 4, or 6 strips of crispy bacon will be done right. This 1000-watt, 1.0-cubic-foot oven lets you cook from scratch, and do it a little healthier without any oil or butter. With its stainless steel interior, stainless steel door and sleek control panel, this is a new generation of microwave – from Cuisinart, of course!

Product Features

  • 1000-watt stainless-steel microwave oven with 1-cubic-foot interior
  • Touchpad controls with LCD; 25 preprogrammed settings; 10 power levels
  • 8 presets with serving-size options; 2-stage cooking operation
  • 2 defrost functions; 12-inch glass turntable; instructions and recipes included
  • Product Built to North American Electrical Standards

Comments

Frankland S. Strickland says:

Shiny microwave—inside and out! First, let me address the concerns some reviewers seem to have had with their units. One thing I’ve noticed is that each and every one was ordered over the internet and, thus, had to be shipped. I think the problem may have been with the delivery service manhandling the package. As it is, this Cuisinart microwave can be had at several specialty retailers (especially those specializing in kitchen and other housewares), so an internet purchase is not always mandatory.As far as performance is concerned, mine performs as well as any other microwave I’ve had in the last 15 or so years. Honestly, most microwaves perform roughly on par with others in their respective wattage range. That wasn’t always the case, but has become more or less true lately. Oh sure, there are still duds out there, but most are on equal footing with their competitors.So . . . what exactly sets this microwave apart? In a nutshell, the inside!!! This one has a stainless steel interior! Now…

Book Lover says:

Cuisinart Just Lost Me as a Customer After 14 months of use, our CMW-100 “died” completely without warning as the Start button was pressed. No display, no light, no fan, no nothing. There was no unusual sound or smell associated with the failure. A little web research disclosed that a blown internal fuse is the most likely cause when a microwave fails this way. I called Cuisinart customer service and as noted in other reviews here, they require you to return the unit to their own repair shop and pay postage both ways. What’s worse, they estimated a 4-6 week turnaround time. I found a local shop that wanted $40 to diagnose the problem, plus charges for any parts required and estimated a 2 week turnaround. My reality check was a Best Buy ad this week for a GE 1100 watt 1.1 cubic foot stainless steel unit for $70. That made my decision – too much hassle, inconvenience and expense to resuscitate the Cuisinart. If I couldn’t fix it myself, I’d dump it and buy a new, non-Cuisinart microwave.After using…

grillgramma says:

Great esthetics, very poor service 0

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