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Sunbeam SGS90701B-B 0.7-Cubic Foot Microwave Oven, Black

Sunbeam SGS90701B-B 0.7-Cubic Foot Microwave Oven, Black
by Galanz
Sales Rank: 458
0.0 out of 5 stars
$59.13
In stock at Amazon
on 7-21-2014
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Features
  • 700 Watts of cooking power with 10 adjustable power levels
  • 6 auto cooking/one touch menu options
  • Express cooking and weight defrost
  • Digital timer and digital clock, LED display
  • Product Built to North American Electrical Standards
  • Removable glass turntable

    Product description
    The Sunbeam SGS90701B-B 0.7-Cubic Foot Microwave Oven in Black has 700-watts of cooking power and six auto-cooking settings. With 10 adjustable power levels, meals are able to be prepared with ease. Or opt for the express cooking or weight defrost for faster preparation. An LED display with digital timer and clock provides easy viewing and a child-safe lock-out feature keeps peace of mind.

    What owners are saying
    I bought this microwave to replace our (perfectly good) huge 1200W Panasonic microwave. We simply wanted more counterspace and didn't need one so big anymore. We pretty much only use it for reheating and for popcorn - it does the job, and I'm somewhat surprised that it doesn't take that much longer than our previous microwave, even though this one has roughly 2/3 the wattage. It is taking some time to get used to the button layout, but that's not the fault of the microwave. It holds our dinner plates (10.5") perfectly, should hold 11" plates just fine. Also holds insulated travel mugs fine. The carousel seems to move fairly fast, so you have to be sure the travel mug is put right in the center of the carousel. I do have three minor "complaints": 1) the "Reset" button is awkward to me. It's nowhere near the "Start/Stop" button, and it seems like it should say "Clear" instead of "Reset", but maybe that's just me. 2) the microwave slides on the counter. Seriously. When you open the door, you have to put your thumb on the display panel or the microwave will simply slide forward. I solved this by putting little rubber self-stick pads on each leg. No more sliding. 3) I wish microwave manufacturers would use the "flat" type plugs, like the kinds used on refrigerators so you can push them closer to the wall (we have ours on a counter that's 13" deep so we need every possible inch). The type of plug they use makes the microwave stick out from the wall several inches. I understand they need ventilation, but 1" should suffice.Read more ›

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