Panasonic 1.6 Cubic Feet 1250-Watt Inverter Microwave NN-SD762S NN SD762S Reviews
Panasonic has collaborated with the culinary institute of america to prepare recipes that can be used in a microwave. You can bring that certified master chef skills out with this luxury-size 1.6 cubic feet 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-sd762s offers 1250 watts of high cooking power, while its 18 category on-touch sensor cook / reheat calculates times automatically, making cooking a variety of food easier than ever. Other highlights include programmable dial with button panel, inverter turbo defrost technology, 10 power levels, popcorn key, keep warm mode, delay start, timer, quick minute, 15 1/2-inch turntable and more/less control. The countertop microwave oven measures 21 7/8-inch w x 19 7/16-inch d x 12-inch h and weights 31.1 lbs. Stainless steel face with a silver wrap finish. Optional panasonic stainess steel wall installation trim kits available in 27-inch or 30-inch.
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Comments about Panasonic 1.6 Cubic Feet 1250-Watt Inverter Microwave NN-SD762S:
We received this microwave oven a few years ago as a gift. I love the size- it is great to heat up individual plates and casseroles. The features on this are great. I love the sensor reheat option, timer, and different food options. The stainless steel design and black look great with my other appliances. I would definitely refer my friends to Panasonic based on this microwave oven. I don't have any other products by Panasonic, but I am happy with this product so I would purchase others. I think for the price, this is a great option for a microwave oven.
The only downfall to this microwave, compared to others we've had in the past, is that it is missing a few buttons that I think would be helpful. For example, our old microwave had a "30 sec" button, a popcorn button, and a baked potato button that we used frequently.