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AmazonBasics Microwave with Echo Dot (3rd Gen.) - Charcoal

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  • This bundle contains the AmazonBasics Microwave and the Echo Dot (3rd Gen).
  • Now it’s easier to defrost vegetables, make popcorn, cook potatoes, and reheat rice. Quick-cook voice presets and a simplified keypad let you just ask Alexa to start microwaving.
  • Automatically reorder popcorn when you run low and save 10% on popcorn orders—enabled by Amazon Dash Replenishment technology
  • Compact size saves counter space, plus 10 power levels, a kitchen timer, a child lock, and a turntable.
  • Alexa is always getting smarter and adding new presets.

We want you to know:

As with all microwaves, preset performance depends on a number of factors and may vary. Learn more.

When microwaving popcorn, make sure the bag does not touch the inner wall by folding the edges and/or placing at the center of the turntable. For best results, we recommend bag sizes of less than 3 oz.

AmazonBasics Microwave simplifies cooking by letting you microwave using your voice and an Echo device. Just say, “Alexa, reheat one cup of coffee,” and Alexa will start reheating with the appropriate power and time settings. Quick-cook presets mean there’s no need to guess cook times or heat levels when you’re defrosting vegetables or microwaving a potato. Plus, Alexa is always getting smarter and adding new presets.

Alexa, reheat one cup of coffee
1. Plug in AmazonBasics Microwave. | 2. Use the Alexa app to connect to the internet. | 3. Just ask your Echo device to start microwaving.

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