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Sharp R551ZS Countertop Microwave Oven, 1.8 Cubic Feet, Stainless Steel

by Sharp

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  • 1.8 cubic foot
  • 1100 Output Wattage
  • Sensor Cook
  • 15" Turntable
  • LED Display
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 18.1 x 23.2 x 13.3 inches ; 38.1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 43 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B00BY9LG9U
  • Item model number: R551ZS
  • Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #119,659 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Sharp 1.8 cubic foot; 1100 watts of power; LED digital controls; preprogrammed sensor cook, defrost and time setting options; 3 auto defrost options; time and weight defrost; Carousel turntable system.

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Customer Reviews

Bad because it is annoying when you can't get to it right away to shut off the beeping.
blacquejacqueshellacque
Also, there is no feature to turn off the annoying beeping every time you touch a button.
Donnie
I will get the replacement microwave and will never purchase another Sharp product again.
Greg Usewicz

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Handgunner on September 22, 2013
I bought this one to replace two other Sharp microwaves that I had very good luck with. One thing I like about this one is it is quieter than my last one. The door on this one is stainless steel like my last one. The finish on my new one is a gloss finish and is easy to wipe down. The finish on my old one was a matte black (rough style) finish and was a pain to clean. It left paper towel residue on it and never looked clean. The 1.8 cu. ft. is plenty big enough for me and my wife but it seems to lack just a little bit of power over my old one. My one big complaint is that the control panel is very hard to read. You have to get very close to see the numerals on the buttons. I had to put a small flashlight on top of the unit to be able to see the panel. My kitchen is bright but the overhead light does not illuminate it enough. My old one had very bright contrasting numbers. I did not notice this in the showroom. I can see a lot of complaints coming in on this issue. One other minor issue is the "clock" button for setting the time of day is right above the "Start" button. With the hard to read panel it is easy to hit the clock button instead of the Start button. It happened to me twice. I have not had a chance to check out the sensor reheat button. I only used it once and seemed to be ok. I used the sensor reheat button again to heat up some mashed potatoes, it worked fine but I need to see how it works on different kinds of food. One thing I question... will it work with two different foods of unlike moisture content, like a jelly donut? Ouch! or turkey/gravy with stuffing that has lower moisture? I don't think the steam will set off the sensor. Time will tell...
All in all, it is a serve your purpose microwave and was worth the money I paid.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By blacquejacqueshellacque on November 20, 2013
We purchased this Sharp R551ZS from brick/mortar store so that if it was defective or damaged, it'd be easier to return. After reading reviews of microwaves online, it seems there's a significant minority that sustain damage from being shipped to your home, hence our choice to purchase from local Costco. This unit is used every day mostly to reheat food rather than cook. Users range from age 11 to 47. We have had the unit for 3 months so far.

PROs
-Easy and intuitive to operate.
-We didn't have issues reading control panel. Lettering is light gray on black, so is not high contrast, but we use +30s button and sensor reheat button all the time and don't need to "read" it to know where to push.
-Convenient +30 sec. button.
-Sensor reheat heats things piping hot, but DON'T use if you put a cover over your food (this blocks the steam that would trip the sensor to stop cooking when food is done).
-Door is easy to open with push button operation; no dragging on handle and pulling unit around on countertop.

CONs
-After cycle is complete, unit beeps (3 short beeps) every 60 seconds until you open the door or hit the "stop" button. This is good and bad - good because many times, I forget I had something in the microwave. Bad because it is annoying when you can't get to it right away to shut off the beeping. One time, in middle of the night, the smoke alarm went off, but in my just-woken drowsy state, I thought it was the microwave beeping again and was slow to respond. I feel like the constant reminder beeping of the microwave oven over time desensitized me to the beeping of the smoke alarm in an actual dangerous situation where a pot was left on the stove.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By bp on November 18, 2013
I purchased this micro from Sears and worked just 1 month. This is a list of all the things wrong: Loud, too small numbers and settings, didn't heat well (took twice as much time as old GE) last but not least - digital panel stop working. Press as you will, would not operate on certain numbers. I don't know what's happening to good products consumers can depend on, but I also returned a magic chef after only a month. I now am trying new model of my old GE, hoping all my frustrations are over.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By surfcity on March 10, 2014
I selected this as the best bet of the lot after reading reviews on every brand out there.Given the market-wide poor reviews of microwaves at the present time, I debated spending the $90 to get the keypad on my five year old Sharp 1200 watt mid-size oven fixed instead of buying a replacement. I opted for this one, however, so here are some pros and cons.

For starters, Sharp no longer makes a 1200 watt mid-size. This step down to 1100 was the closest I could get without going to other brands whose product reviews are awful. While it appears that Sharp's quality isn't what it used to be, I have in the past at least found their warranty service to be good.

The beeper at the end of cooking time NEVER stops beeping. It goes off in cycles of three loud beeps every minute or two. So if you think you can put in a dish that takes some time to cook, go upstairs and come back to tend the food at your convenience without the beeper either driving you crazy or waking the whole house, you can forget it. This microwave WILL be the boss of you. This is so inconvenient that it would be an absolute deal-breaker if I could find any other acceptable substitute. A friend of mine owns a relatively new KitchenAid that does the same thing, though, so this stupidity is apparently now a feature in other brands, as well.

As others have noted, the print on the keypad is so faint that it's nearly impossible to see in low light. I've finally resorted to painting the numbers in white on clear plastic and taping it over the keypad. Not exactly attractive, but it works.

It's described as having a "stainless steel exterior". This applies only to the small area on the front panel around the window and key pad.
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