Panasonic NN-SN733B Sensor Microwave Oven with Inverter Technology, 1.6 Cubic Feet, Black

December 31, 2014 - Comment

You can bring that certified master chef skills out of you with this Full-size 1.6 cuft capacity microwave. This oven offers Panasonic patented “Inverter” Technology that offers linear cooking the prevents overcooking on the edges and surfaces and gives juicer and tender food every time. The NN-SN733 offers a 1.6 cubic foot capacity, 1250 watts

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You can bring that certified master chef skills out of you with this Full-size 1.6 cuft capacity microwave. This oven offers Panasonic patented “Inverter” Technology that offers linear cooking the prevents overcooking on the edges and surfaces and gives juicer and tender food every time. The NN-SN733 offers a 1.6 cubic foot capacity, 1250 watts of high cooking power, while its 9-Menu Category one-touch sensor cook/reheat calculates cooking times automatically, making cooking a variety of food easier than ever. Other highlights include a Membrane keypad and 5 push buttons for easy programming, Inverter Turbo Defrost technology, 10 Power Levels, Popcorn Key, Keep Warm mode, Delay start, Timer, Quick Minute, 15″ Turntable and More/Less Control. The countertop microwave oven measures 21 7/8″ L x 19 7/16″ W x 12″ H and weighs 29.8 lbs. Black finish. PLEASE NOTE: Upper-left corner of door has a small indentation to allow door to open smoothly One-Touch Genius Sensor Cook and Reheat for automatic cooking settings and even Keep Warm feature PLEASE NOTE: Upper-left corner of door has a small indentation to allow door to open smoothly.

Product Features

  • Inverter Technology for even cooking and delivering delicious flavor and Inverter Turbo Defrost for quick defrosting
  • 1250 Watts of High Power with a 1.6 cubic foot capacity
  • 9-Menu Category Sensor Cook system, 15″ turntable; Delay Start and Timer; More/Less Control; Quick Minute, Popcorn Key
  • Membrane keypad and 5 push buttons for easy programming, 10 Power Levels; push-button door release
  • Measures 21 7/8″ L x 19 7/16″ W x 12″ H and weighs 298 lbs.; Black finish

Comments

Verdae says:

Very pleased. I have been using this for several weeks now and I am impressed. The sensor technology cooks a baked potatoes very well, as well as a bowl of oatmeal. The warm up button does a pretty good job of warming up leftovers, though I take things out as soon as the auto cycle is over and the countdown begins, otherwise warmup becomes cooked again. The inside seems enormous compared to our old machine, which had about the same outside dimensions. Defrost is better.The inverter technology (lower power is lower power) appears to be a pretty good step forward compared to our old microwave which pulsed the single high power to achieve low power. Has a light that comes on when the door opens unlike Panasonic’s earlier model.Seems well made, directions are clear enough, not hard for me to operate.Only negative: It sticks out of our built-in microwave space about an inch more than I like. Pay close attention to depth dimension if you think you may have a…

Fawn062 says:

Does everything you expect it to 0

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