Panasonic NN-SD772-S Stainless Steel Genius Counter Top/Built-In Microwave Oven with Inverter Technology, 1250-watt

December 31, 2014 - Comment

Enjoy faster cooking times with the Genius Counter Top/Built-In Microwave Oven with 1250 watts of power! Its Microwave Inverter technology delivers a seamless stream of cooking power. The Advanced Inverter Turbo Defrost speeds up defrosting time while an automatic sensor adjusts power and times for different foods to save time and energy. With the Keep

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Enjoy faster cooking times with the Genius Counter Top/Built-In Microwave Oven with 1250 watts of power! Its Microwave Inverter technology delivers a seamless stream of cooking power. The Advanced Inverter Turbo Defrost speeds up defrosting time while an automatic sensor adjusts power and times for different foods to save time and energy. With the Keep Warm setting, you can keep food heated until ready to serve with the Genius Countertop Microwave Oven from Panasonic.

Product Features

  • Full-size, 1.6 cu. ft. and 4-digit green display
  • Genius microprocessor microwave automatically sets power levels and adjusts cooking time by measuring amount of steam produced during cooking
  • Inverter Technology delivers consistent energy allowing delicate foods to simmer without edges and surfaces overcooking
  • 1-touch sensor cook and sensor reheat features
  • Keep Warm’ button pulses low power temperature at a constant level without overcooking

Comments

SaraHeck says:

So far, so good! So far, so good. Installed this inside the cabinet in the kitchen island. It’s a lot deeper than I expected, but not as wide and not as tall. Good size for us, its 2 adults in the house.I am sort of regretting getting the micro with the turn knob instead of buttons for setting the cook time, etc.. just because of where we have it installed…. but I am sure I will get used to it. We have it set low in a cabinet (we have to bend down to use the micro) so the screen in hard to see from that angle, but if it was installed at eye level, or set on top of your counter top that wouldn’t be an issue. We had it on the counter for a day or two prior to the install and it was just fine! II have to keep the manual out so I can reference it to see how to use some of the features, but as with any new kitchen appliance, I am sure I will remember how to operate it in time. Used it for about 1 week and so far I like it! It heats food well, is quiet. Much cheaper on Amazon than…

michael a magnotta says:

Classy, intelligent and it works! Really nice looking, powerful microwave. The dial is cool, but to put in a specific time is not as easy as pressing 2 numbers on a keypad. When turning slow it does advance 1 second at a time, and then at :10 it increases in :5 increments. Spin it quick and it increases a couple of minutes in a flash. It takes some getting used to. There is a “quick minute” button which advances a minute each time you press it. Unfortunately you cannot hit it a couple of times and then add say :30 with the dial.It does have a ton of cool features including a keep warm function, multiple defrost functions and sensor cooking. This microwave is probably a lot more than I need as I don’t really use it to cook, but it’s definitely the best I’ve owned. One thing of note, it’s a deep unit at 18″, but then the knob sticks out 1/2″ and the plug is 1 1/2″. The wire is thick as well, so if you are placing this in a cabinet or anywhere space is limited and your outlet is directly…

Mo C. says:

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