Panasonic NN-SN667W, 1.2cuft 1300 Watt Sensor Microwave Oven, White
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- 1300-watt family-size microwave oven with 1-1/5-cubic-foot capacity
- 13-1/2-inch turntable; 1-touch sensor cooking; keep warm
- Inverter Turbo Defrost for even heating; 10 power levels
- 5-button and flat-panel controls; 4-digit display; delay start; timer
- Please note: upper-left corner of door has a small indentation to allow door to open smoothly
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This oven is fast! Consumer Reports states that oven wattage is not really a big deal, but the Panasonic's 1300 watts is very effective. It kicks our old oven's tail for boiling water for tea, and reheats foods evenly in a flash. I used the Turbo Defrost on grilled burgers, and the setting for food weight was accurate and heating was incredibly even.Read more ›
I have a particular space that the microwave must fit in. I pored over dimensions vs. platter size trying to locate a microwave with enough space inside yet somehow be compact on the outside. With that said, I should have reviewed dimensions from multiple sources (such as going to the manufacturer's Web site) because Amazon's stated specs on this unit are slightly out of order. By my own measurements the Panasonic NN-SN667W stands 11-7/8" high, is 20-1/4" wide and 15-1/2" deep if you take into account the 1-inch protrusion on the back of the oven.Read more ›
I bought this new in mid November 2010. Worked great until the end of December 2010.
It broke, running for 2 or 3 seconds, then stopping. It did this several times and finally just stopped altogether.
Called warranty service at Panasonic. They gave me a local appliance store which does their work SUPPOSEDLY. I called the store. They said they won't do the work because Panasonic doesn't pay properly. One person said, "they're not nice people."
I called Panasonic again. They told me to mail it to another locale for repair, but they wouldn't cover shipping. Well, shipping would cost half again as much as the produce. So I said no thanks, I'll just pitch it and buy a new microwave, anything other than a Panasonic.
It was real pretty and ran very well for 1 and 1/2 months.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Dead after four years of light- to regular-usage. Worked fine till it gave us H98 code--inverter dead and the repair cost exceeds the price of a new one.Published 2 months ago by J. Anderson
This microwave served us well - I bought it in 2011 and the door recently broke We put it through a ton of use, multiple times a day and it served us well. Read morePublished 9 months ago by FS
1st one quit after heating two cups water. Sent for repair and came back with same performance. Got new one in exchange. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Picky Buyer
It's a regular microwave. Not sure what they mean by "inverter turbo defrost". It doesn't do anything special but stop and tell you to turn it over. I.E. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Mike Phelps