Oster AM930B 0.9-Cubic Feet Countertop Microwave Oven, 900-Watt, Black

December 31, 2014 - Comment

The Oster Countertop Microwave Oven has 900-watt of total cooking power and 10 adjustable power levels for customized cooking. There are one-touch cook settings for potato, popcorn, pizza, beverage, frozen dinner and reheat, as well as a defrost function set to speed or weight. Each 0.9-cubic feet microwave comes with a digital clock and cooking

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The Oster Countertop Microwave Oven has 900-watt of total cooking power and 10 adjustable power levels for customized cooking. There are one-touch cook settings for potato, popcorn, pizza, beverage, frozen dinner and reheat, as well as a defrost function set to speed or weight. Each 0.9-cubic feet microwave comes with a digital clock and cooking timer for cooking those items that don’t have individual presets. The microwave oven even comes with a programmable child lock that prevents unsupervised use. Oster products offer the means to express your inspiration, making creativity a joy. Cooking, entertaining and sharing with friends and family are more satisfying than ever. We promise to provide expert knowledge, innovation, exceptional performance, versatility and perfect results every time.

Product Features

  • 0.9-cubic feet countertop microwave – 900-watt
  • Stylish black design
  • 10 adjustable power levels
  • One-touch cook settings for potato, popcorn, pizza, beverage, frozen dinner and reheat, as well as a defrost
  • Digital clock, cooking timer and child safety lock

Comments

Salli "allicat" says:

Decent basic microwave oven 0

Ellie "Eilean Siar" says:

Please! Where is the 1 minute button on this? That’s my main gripe, besides being a little more noisy than my Sharp microwave that suddenly made louder than normal noises and started smelling of burnt wire insulation. It went AWOL on me a week ago, sob! I miss that one. Into the dumpster it went.This Oster AM930B 0.9 cubic foot microwave oven is about 100 watts more powerful, something I’ve noticed as I’ve been using it initially. It will do a number of programmable operations which I hardly ever use. Each one of them, even a simple operation of giving a warm-up two minutes requires at least three button pushes.My old Sharp had that really nifty one-minute button which set the time and started it going with one push. Makes many of the things I normally do with a microwave much faster and simpler.But that’s modern life in the post-industrial age: the ubiquitous microchip, when inserted into a basically simple appliance like this, becomes a tyrant. So, if you’d like a microwave with a one-minute…

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