LG LCRT2010ST 2.0 Cu Ft Counter Top Microwave Oven With True Cook Plus and EZ Clean Oven, Stainless Steel – Optional Trim Kit Available

December 31, 2014 - Comment

LG LCRT2010ST Counter-Top Microwave Oven Effortless performance from LG Microwaves Want a microwave that cooks perfectly, and looks good while doing it? You got it, with LG’s LCRT2010ST Counter-Top Microwave Oven. At 2.0 cu. ft. oven capacity you can fit just about any microwaveable item into it with ease. You get quality and convenience plus

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LG LCRT2010ST Counter-Top Microwave Oven

Effortless performance from LG Microwaves

Want a microwave that cooks perfectly, and looks good while doing it? You got it, with LG’s LCRT2010ST Counter-Top Microwave Oven. At 2.0 cu. ft. oven capacity you can fit just about any microwaveable item into it with ease. You get quality and convenience plus the new EasyClean interior. The new EasyClean´┐Ż interior gives you a quick and high performance cleaning inside and out, without using any chemicals.

An all-in-one microwave

With 1200-watts, sensor cook and TrueCookPlus technology, LG gives you all the things you need in a microwave in one compact counter top unit. TrueCookPlus is a patented technology that does all the calculations for you, ensuring your food cooks perfectly every time. True Cook numbers can be found on leading food distributer’s packaging.

LCRT2010ST LCRT2010ST Let it do the work for you

Sensor cooking technology senses humidity levels within the oven and automatically adjusts cooking time and performance to provide superior heating performance. Sensor cooking involves using a temperature probe to cook with that can tell the control unit in the microwave when the internal temperature of the food item has reached a preset point.

Functionality with style!

With ten power levels and six auto cook options, the LG LCRT2010ST is your most versatile yet simple option! This microwave features a round cavity, which combines with the EasyClean´┐Ż feature to make your cleanup quick and easy. Plus the sleek and stylish design makes this microwave oven the perfect addition to your kitchen!

Versatile cooking performance features

The LG LCRT2010ST Microwave oven allows you to change the setting on your microwave in order to get the bests results for whatever you’re cooking! With the different power levels and auto cook options this microwave has the versatility you need and expect from an LG appliance.

Highlights: TrueCookPlus Sensor Cooking EasyClean Interior Controls
Model: LCRT1510SV

LCRT1510SV

LCRT2010ST

LCRT2010ST

LCSP1110ST

LCSP1110ST

Size:

1.5 cubic foot

2.0 cubic foot

1.1 cubic foot

Watts:

1200

1200

1100 Microwave; 1400 Oven

Features: Sensor Cooking One-Touch Settings Round Cavity TrueCookPlus EasyClean Sensor Cooking One-Touch Settings Round Cavity TrueCookPlus EasyClean Trim Kit Available (MK2030F) One-Touch Settings Baking Oven Usage Pizza, Bake, Toast functions

Product Features

  • TrueCookPlus does the thinking for you. You can forget about vague microwave directions, simply enter the food item code found on the label of your favorite food and the microwave oven does the rest
  • The curved interior design maximizes the size of the 16″ turntable to accommodate large, round cookware and increases the usable cooking area
  • The EasyClean? Coated Round cavity in this microwave helps you easily clean the interior without using chemicals and there are no hard to reach edges
  • Sensor cooking technology senses humidity levels within the oven and automatically adjusts cooking time and performance
  • Add Time Controls makes reheats easy by adding cook time in 30 second or 1 minute increments
  • The Easy Clean? coated round cavity in this microwave helps you easily clean the interior without using chemicals and there are no hard to reach edges
  • Truecookplus does the thinking for you; You can forget about vague microwave directions, simply enter the food item code found on the label of your favorite food and the microwave oven does the rest

Comments

Ted Augustyn "Computer Geek" says:

A great performer for the price…with some reservations After LOTS of research by me, this unit made the short list of three selected on the basis of aethetics by my partner. Online reviews ranked this LG model almost as well as the Sharp R-530ES, but the LG was almost $100 less. The 2 year warranty was ultimately the deal clincher.Thus far we haven’t used every feature, but have used it enough to learn it’s 20% more powerful than our (now deceased) KitchenAid microwave, and heats items very evenly. My partner is less than happy about the degree of doneness for autocooking bacon (preferring crispier bacon than I), but I think it’s perfect, and much more consistent than our old KitchenAid, which delivered bacon anywhere from barely cooked to almost black.I really appreciate the curved cavity, as one of the problems we had with our KitchenAid was our maid’s tendancy to wipe the corners with a damp rag and then close the door, causing both corners to rust over time. I also appreciate the greater capacity and larger…

Mom of 2 boys says:

Great BIG microwave, not for the simple-minded I bought this microwave to replace a Panasonic that died after about 8 years.TECHNICAL DETAILS:The “TrueCook Plus” gimmick seems a little silly, but I’ve never used it. There’s a website with a list of the foods that use TCP, but in the grocery store I never see the TCP symbol. If you cook all your meals from frozen dinners in the microwave, this might have some value, but as of April 2011 there just aren’t that many foods using TCP.It has way too many buttons: The Quick Touch sensor, alone, has separate buttons for cooking: potato, rice, popcorn, fresh vegetable, frozen vegetable, and frozen entree, as well as a quick touch “reheat” button which can reheat either 1) a dinner plate, 2) soup/sauce, or 3) casserole. (WHERE’S THE REHEAT BUTTON FOR PIZZA????) The key is, you don’t have to enter a time or power, the microwave figures it out based on the sensor. I always have to refer to the manual to do it, but so far it has worked very well for cooking…

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