Frigidaire FFCM0724LW 700-watt Countertop Microwave, 0.7 Cubic Feet, White

December 31, 2014 - Comment

The Frigidaire FFCM0724LW 0.7 Cu. Ft. 700W Countertop Microwave, in white, features easy-to-use one-touch buttons so you can cook baked potatoes, popcorn or even add 30 seconds with the touch of a button. Ten power levels provide the versatility needed to prepare everything from frozen pizza to pot roast quickly and easily. The glass turntable

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The Frigidaire FFCM0724LW 0.7 Cu. Ft. 700W Countertop Microwave, in white, features easy-to-use one-touch buttons so you can cook baked potatoes, popcorn or even add 30 seconds with the touch of a button. Ten power levels provide the versatility needed to prepare everything from frozen pizza to pot roast quickly and easily. The glass turntable provides a level cooking surface that cooks food evenly and maximizes usable capacity. Plus, Effortless Defrost makes it easy to defrost almost anything, quickly and evenly.

Product Features

  • Countertop microwave oven with 0.7 cu. ft. capacity and 9.6 in. glass turntable
  • Ready-Select control panel with safety lock
  • 700 watts of power with 10 cooking power levels
  • Auto cook, auto reheat, effortless defrost, plus 2-stage cooking
  • Easy-Set start (1-6 minutes), Add 30 seconds, plus 4 one-touch options

Comments

kalyson says:

Does the job well. We like the microwave for our RV. This microwave is one of the smallest and lightest we could find that actually worked. It is very, very light — much more so than the other microwaves of its same size.It has 700 watts of power and heats up food rather quickly for its type. Certainly not as fast as a full powered microwave, but faster than we had expected.We had tried one of the WaveCube microwaves but it did not heat food up well at all. (It also arrived used when ordered as new, but that is another issue.) We needed a small microwave and the Frigidaire was the next smallest we could find.One thing to note: There are no setup instructions with the microwave. Mostly it is pretty obvious, but one odd thing is the wave-guard on the right interior wall of the microwave. It is some sort of coated cardboard or paper thing that seems like it may be temporary and should be removed like the other paper or taped things, but apparently it should NOT be removed and is an actual part of the…

Derfman says:

The Little Microwave that Could 0

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