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Haier MWM12001SCGSS 1-1/5-Cubic-Foot 1000-Watt Grill and Convection Microwave Oven, Stainless Steel

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  • Stainless-steel 1000-watt convection microwave oven with 1-1/5-cubic-foot capacity
  • Can be used to cook, defrost, reheat, grill, bake, broil, and roast; sensor cooking options
  • Electronic control panel with blue LCD display; 10 power levels; digital clock and timer
  • 12-2/5-inch glass turntable; "30 Seconds" option; audible tones; wire baking rack included
  • Measures approximately 15 by 20 by 13 inches
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Product Description

1.2 Cubic Feet; 1000 Watts Power; 12.4-Inch Diameter Turntable; Convection bakes roasts broils like conventional; Microwave for fast warm-ups.Styled in beautiful brushed stainless steel inside and out this unit saves space with its compact styling while still providing ample interior cooking space. It comes with a 12.4-inch glass turntable plus a wire baking rack. Cooking defrosting or reheating on shallow round or square plates or casserole dishes work best and allow the turntable to spin freely.In addition to the standard microwave options the MWM120001-SCGSS also includes convection cook capability sensor cook options and a grilling feature. A blue backlit digital control panel displays the function selected followed by any additional information (e.g. temperature weight) and counts down the remaining time. Other subtle touches include audible tones and visual indicators.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 17 x 25 x 23.2 inches ; 52 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 51.8 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00212B0C2
  • Item model number: MWM12001SCGSS
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (70 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #215,725 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

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I returned the unit and have no doubt I will receive my refund.
Wextasy
The convection works well and cooks things like regular convection oven or add microwave to your cooking and it is faster.
LADave
It is well constructed, looks good, and the microwave function operates well.
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143 of 143 people found the following review helpful By L. Cusumano on July 30, 2010
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Bought this when my 1100 watt Sharp died after 10 years. Have been intrigued by the concept of convection microwaves. Now understand that this is, essentially, a countertop oven that also happens to microwave.

Dimensions of the product, out of the box, are 12.25 high x 20.25 long x 14.5 deep BUT it just barely fits on our 17 inch deep microwave shelf. Why? Because behind the microwave "case" there are about 2 more inches of metal for the oven AND our outlet is directly behind the microwave, which means the plug takes up depth. On our 17" deep shelf there is about a 1/4" inch between where the feet of the microwave are and the edge of the shelf. Microwave door is just over the shelf. Plan for a real-life depth of 20 or 21 inches because:

Another surprise we received were Haier's recommendations for clearance around the microwave. They advise:
. 3" clearance behind
. 3" inch clearance on one side
. completely open on the other side
. 12" clearance above the microwave - so they want you to have a total of about 25" from countertop to bottom of cabinet (or anything else) above the microwave. In our kitchen, actual distance from countertop to cabinet bottom is about 19".

Why do they recommend this much clearance? While the microwave and grill portions of the oven work just fine without getting the unit too hot, if you plan to use the convection portion, watch out. The unit becomes EXTREMELY hot on the top and rear. For this reason, we're not using much of this feature, which kind of defeats the idea of getting a convection microwave. But for the price, looks, and other functions, overall we're pleased.

Some other cons:
. Cooking plates get H*O*T, even when you just use the microwave function.
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32 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Sharon on July 5, 2010
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I bought this microwave after spending an entire day at retail stores trying to make sure of exactly what I wanted. I knew I wanted a handle and not a "push" to open the door. I wanted a stainless interior and exterior. And I definitely wanted convection. I love all the features I described above and am very pleased with the overall functionality and design of it. The price was better than any I had found in the big retail chains. The only negative for me personally is when the door is left open, the light stays on. I like to air out my microwave after use so it doesn't have a smell on the next use. By the time I clean my kitchen after a meal, however, the light reminds me to close the door anyway. This microwave is exactly what I wanted/needed!
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51 of 58 people found the following review helpful By NKG on November 11, 2009
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For a combo, micro/convection, oven, the price was very reasonable. The design is modern and, quite attractive, but it is way under-powered(1000W)compared to my previous microwave, which was Sharp Carousel (1500W). Which means, it will take more time to cook or re-heat things, e.g. a cold cup of water takes about 3 minutes to boil compared to 2 minutes in the Sharp. Also, the metal (very light weight) grate that came with for the convection cooking was broken (poor welding job) from the factory.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By G. Jeronowitz on July 11, 2011
I just took this unit out of the box and set it up for a shakedown of the features.
First, the unit is light for its size and functionality, but feels well constructed. The door opens and closes easily and with a good feel. The blue backlit LCD display is easy to read when lit (the backlight turns off after 3 minutes of the unit sitting idle) but it would have been nice if the backlight was extended to the labels for the keypad and temperature setting.

The first thing I did was set the convection function to 250°F to burn off any "new unit" smells and then ran it for about 10 minutes. Surprisingly the instructions advise leaving the turntable in place all the time, even for oven functions. The oven hit 250 pretty quickly and did indeed let out some nasty smells.

I then microwaved a few cups of water and it boiled fairly quickly, even though the microwave is only 1000w.

My last test is where the unit failed. I set the convection function to 425°F (the highest setting) and waited. And waited. The oven was not able to get to an internal temperature of over 360°F according to my oven thermometer; the LCD screen indicated a temperature of 350°F. I waited about an hour and then the oven shut itself off and declared the end of cooking.
Given that most baking I would do would be at 350° and I should lower that to 325° for convection, this may not be a problem in daily use, but it is the reason I dinged the unit a star. it is advertised and marked to achieve 425° so it should, that it doesn't is a failure.

I've yet to try the sensor cook function, but did re-heat my lunch in the oven after the high-temperature test. With the oven still hot (>300°) I put in my food and set the microwave at 3 minutes of 30% power.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By LADave on July 20, 2010
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This is a great convection/microwave. If you used it just for the microwave ability you would have a great deal! The convection works well and cooks things like regular convection oven or add microwave to your cooking and it is faster. Simple to use and understand. Seems to be well constructed and is very fashionable. Bought it to keep from heating large oven in summer time. Hope this helps as I rely on your reviews all the time when contemplating a purchase. Thanks
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