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Panasonic Microwave Oven NN-SD372S Stainless Steel Countertop/Built-In with Inverter Technology and Genius Sensor, 0.8 Cu. Ft, 950W
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- Panasonic microwave: this 950 watt high power, 0.8 cubic foot capacity stainless steel countertop/built in microwave delivers a seamless stream of cooking power for even cooking and delicious flavor
- Inverter technology with turbo defrost: Patented inverter technology generates a seamless stream of power and delivers consistent, evenly prepared food without overcooking; Advanced inverter turbo defrost speeds up defrosting time
- Compact design: This countertop microwave with 11 1/4 inch turntable is thinner, lighter and more efficient, allowing you to devote less space to electronics and more to interior capacity; Internal dimensions (h x w x d): 8 1/8 inch x 12 3/8 inch x 13 7/8 inch
- Smart cooking settings with genius sensor: Built in automatic genius sensor adjusts power and times based on different foods; Other advantages include preset menu items, quick minute timer, delay start and child safety lock
- Keep warm feature: This inverter microwave keeps soups, gravies or desserts warm and fresh until ready to serve; Power source 120 v, 60 hz
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Panasonic Microwave Oven NN-SD372S Countertop/Built-In with Inverter Technology
Equipped with 950-Watts of power, a 0.8-cubic-foot and Panasonic Inverter Technology, this microwave oven delivers fast, even cooking and delicious results.
Auto Cook Options - Settings for Your Favorite Foods
- Frozen Entrees and Vegetables
- and More
A Steady Stream of Cooking Power for Even Results
Inverter Technology for Constant Cooking Power and Shorter Cooking Time
Panasonic’s Inverter Technology generates a steady stream of power at all temperature settings. Shorter cooking time along with consistent, evenly prepared food — edges to center — across a wide range of cooking techniques.
Poach, Braise and Steam to Perfection
Inverter Technology delivers microwave energy in a way that allows delicate foods to simmer without overcooking. In addition, foods retain more color, texture and nutrients for fast, easy and delicious results.
Maximum Interior, Minimum Footprint
The smart, compact design of the Panasonic NN-SD372S Inverter power unit devotes less space to electronics and provides far more interior capacity. The 0.8-cubic-foot capacity with 11-1/4-inch turntable is ideal for accommodating breakfast foods, after-school snacks, dinnertime meals and appetizers when entertaining. The smaller, more efficient energy and control units are also up to eight pounds lighter than conventional microwave components. All of which adds up to more interior space, while taking up less space on a counter.
Ease of Use Features
Intelligent, Intuitive Controls Provide a High-End Look
A sleek, touch-button control panel with pop-out programmable dial and four-digit display provide a high-end look, with one-touch sensor cook and reheat.
Turbo Defrost Thaws Food Quickly and Evenly
Advanced Inverter Turbo Defrost utilizes a microwave sequencing system based on the Inverter's continuous-power delivery method to thaw foods more evenly and quickly.
Keep Warm Feature Maintains Food Temperature
Keep foods like vegetables, soups, hors d'oeuvres, gravies, sauces and desserts warm and delicious in the oven until they're ready to serve.
Modern Convenience for Versatile Food Preparation
More advantages include a quick single-minute timer that lets you set cooking and reheating times in single-minute intervals, delay start feature and child safety lock.
|Panasonic NN-SD372S||Panasonic NN-SN686S||Panasonic NN-SU696S||Panasonic NN-SN766S||Panasonic NN-SN966S||Panasonic NN-SD945S|
|Capacity||0.8 Cu. Ft.||1.2 Cu. Ft.||1.3 Cu. Ft.||1.6 Cu. Ft.||2.2 Cu. Ft.||2.2 Cu. Ft.|
|Turntable Size||11.22 Inch||13.39 Inch||12.4 Inch||13.39 Inch||16.5 Inch||16.5 Inch|
|External Dimensions (H x W x D)||11-inch x 19-3/16-inch x 14-13/16-inch||12-1/4-inch x 20-11/16-inch x 15-13/16-inch||20.44-inch x 16.63-inch x 12.38-inch||11-15/16-inch x 21-7/8-inch x 19-7/16-inch||14-inch x 23-7/8-inch x 19-7/16-inch||14-inch x 23-7/8-inch x 19-15/16-inch|
|Base/Body||Stainless Steel/Silver||Stainless Steel/Silver||Stainless Steel/Silver||Stainless Steel/Silver||Stainless Steel/Silver||Stainless Steel/Silver|
|Power||Inverter||Inverter||Non Inverter (LC)||Inverter||Inverter||Inverter|
|Door Design||Square Release Button||Square Release Button||Square Release Button||Square Release Button||Square Release Button||Square Release Button|
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|Color||Stainless Steel / Silver||Black Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel / Silver||Stainless Steel / Silver||Black|
|Item Dimensions||14.81 x 19.20 x 11.00 inches||20.50 x 17.10 x 12.80 inches||19.20 x 15.90 x 11.50 inches||15.81 x 20.69 x 12.25 inches||19.44 x 23.88 x 14.00 inches||17.30 x 14.06 x 10.10 inches|
|Item Weight||20.90 lbs||34.60 lbs||27.30 lbs||25.50 lbs||37.00 lbs||21.90 lbs|
|Material||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Aluminum||Aluminum||—|
|Wattage||950 watts||1100 watts||900 watts||1480 watts||1250 watts||—|
With its sleek, stainless-steel front and silver wrap, the powerful Panasonic Microwave Oven NN-SD372S Countertop/Built-In with Inverter Technology and Genius Sensor makes a stylish and convenient addition to any home, apartment, dorm room or condo kitchen. This exceptional 950-Watt, 0.8-cubic-foot capacity stainless steel microwave with 11-1/4-inch turntable evenly heats and cooks breakfast foods, after-school snacks, dinners, appetizers and more, while the compact design makes it ideal for individuals or small families. This innovative microwave oven includes patented Inverter Technology which, unlike traditional microwaves that rely on pulse-on, pulse-off power at lower temperatures, delivers a constant stream of cooking power at every temperature for more evenly cooked meals - edges to centers - every time. With the touch of the Genius Sensor cooking button, this microwave takes the guesswork out of creating a great meal by automatically setting power levels and adjusting cooking or defrosting time for added time-saving convenience. The sensor measures the amount of steam produced during cooking and signals the microprocessor to calculate the remaining cooking time at the appropriate power level. A selection of auto cook options enable you to quickly prepare your favorite foods, such as pizza, popcorn, pasta, soup, oatmeal and other dishes. This Panasonic microwave oven externally measures 11-inch x 19-3/16-inch x 15-9/16-inch (H x W x D).
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1: Does not work with arc-fault outlets, which are modern code standard. Bull. Works fine. Your outlet installation was probably faulty.
2. Can not be set for less than a minute. Bull. The popout dial allows whatever seconds you want. Read the manual.
3. Shows fingerprints. True. But they come off with routine cleaning with a gentle soap.
update: 3 months later, all is still good, love this MW.
I had my doubts about using the dial instead of a number pad, and anticipated seeing if it really cooked more evenly. After several weeks of use I MUCH prefer the dial to a number pad- it takes about two seconds to enter any cooking time with it, actually easier, second nature now. As for cooking times, even though I went from a 1200 watt microwave, so far the overall cooking time at sea level is either about the same or less for most things I've tried. Water takes a little longer to boil, but frozen dinners cook in about the same amount of time or less (depending on the proportion and distribution of carbs to fats), with less energy consumption (25-30%). Fantastic.
As for even cooking, I've long modified cooking instructions because much of the time they don't produce the best result. For example, if you follow the instructions for Swanson Hungry Man classic fried chicken dinners, the smaller pieces of chicken come out hard as a rock and mostly inedible (that's when I miss my aluminum foil). In this microwave with reduced cooking time the chicken came out perfect. I've noted a lot of items cook more evenly, i.e., at the midway point when you pause and stir the still partially frozen food, like with Stouffer pasta dishes, the pasta is more thawed/less frozen, so less cooking time is needed overall. (Though with some dishes, like Stouffer's mac and cheese, I like to cook it about twice as long as called for to get it to brown, to have it turn out like mac and cheese from the oven). I do a lot of microwave cooking, e.g., make brownies, corn bread, nut breads, etc. (brownies cooked in microwave muffin pans take about two minutes on high), and this microwave produces better, more even cooking (oftentimes the very center of baked items is still raw, especially if cooked in a cake pan or pie plate; in experimenting with power level, etc., I've found this not to be the case with this microwave). Great! I've yet to experiment with foods like quiche, chili rellenos, or rice dishes. Added Later: Finally got around to using Defrost, and here is where this microwave REALLY shines. No cycling on and off, and meat evenly defrosted! None of the typical some parts half-cooked, some still frozen business, which can ruin the entire meal. And POPCORN- for the first time ever, no unpopped kernels, not one, without the popcorn being overcooked. Perfect popcorn!
Anyway, I love the operation of this (it's quiet, with a pleasant tone when it finishes, the LED light inside is nice (though it could be brighter), and the green LED display coordinates nicely with my aqua color scheme, the look of it (brushed stainless, classy), and the energy savings. I'm using it in my vintage travel trailer on a separate 15 amp circuit along with my Hessaire evaporative cooler, and I don't have to turn off the cooler (it only draws 85 watts) when using the microwave, which will be really nice come summer. Couldn't be happier with this microwave, highest recommendation!
P.S. I just read a number of one-star reviews and was shocked at the reported unreliability, the failure rate. I've had a Panasonic DVD Recorder that's worked flawlessly for years now. One review said that Panasonic admits that the microwave doesn't work on new circuit breakers that employ arc fault detection. I just had my vintage travel trailer rewired, replaced fusebox with new circuit breakers. Don't know if they employ arc fault detection but the microwave works fine. I'm glad I didn't read these reviews before buying because I wouldn't have bought it, and wouldn't have had the chance to experiment with the inverter technology. I love this thing, I hope it doesn't fail. Personally, for $100, it's worth it (to me)- I just hope it lasts at least a year or two. I personally have never had a microwave that malfunctioned, I assumed they were all pretty reliable, apparently not. One would hope Panasonic would correct the problems. FYI, another thing negative reviews report is the fuse blowing. It's an easy matter to replace, apparently, described in one or more reviews. Anyway if my unit malfunctions or dies I'll update this review.
UPDATE: Stopped working right at 6 month mark. No display, nothing. Didn't happen while in use, bizarre. Hoped it would last at least a year. Glad I got to try the phenomenal inverter technology, but. I am not mechanically inclined and won't attempt to see if it's a fuse, or have repaired, too much trouble. UPDATE #2: Got a new microwave, which didn't work nearly as well, so decided to tackle changing the fuse myself. To make a long story short, go to the questions and answer section above and type in "fuse". Up come people's efforts at changing it- problematic, e.g., the fuse is very hard to find, plus you have to change other components as well. So I say if you can afford to try a $100 experiment to try this marvelous technology, with the distinct possibility of the unit lasting only a few months, go for it. As I said originally I loved what the machine could do. I intend to look for another brand with the inverter technology and a better track record.
4/10/2017 I received an email from Panasonic that the photo is being reviewed by engineers, and someone will get back to me.
After review, it was verified that it was defective; they sent a check after we sent the sticker. Satisfied with the outcome and considering another Panasonic.
Unfortunately, its lifespan wasn’t much longer than that of a butterfly. It died a mere 23 months after purchase. Its last words were “H97”, the dreaded magnetron failure.
This is only the second microwave I’ve owned. My first was an Emerson that gave me 32 straight years of faithful service. It’s hard to accept that manufacturing has gotten so slipshod that there can be such a wide gulf between the lifespan of my two microwaves.
Perhaps I got a lemon. Whatever the case, the whole experience doesn’t leave me with a lot of confidence in the once rock-solid Panasonic brand. Perhaps it’s back to good old pots & pans and old-school toaster oven for me…