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Panasonic NN-SD372S Countertop Microwave with Inverter Technology 0.8 Cu. Ft., 950W, Stainless
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- "Inverter" Technology for even cooking and delivering delicious flavor and "Inverter Turbo Defrost" for quick defrosting
- 950 Watts of High Power; One-Touch Auto Cook and Reheat for automatic cooking settings and even Keep Warm feature
- 11 1/4" turntable; Delay Start and Timer; More/Less Control; Quick Minute, Popcorn Key,Pop-Out Prgrammable Dial for easy-to-use programming
- Outside - 11" x 19 3/16" x 14 13/16"; Interior HxWxD ( " ) 8 1/8" x 12 3/8" x 13 7/8" , 20.9 lbs., Stainless steel. Inverter Turbo Defrost Yes ( 0.1-3.0kg )
- Upper left-corner of the door has a small indentation to allow the door to open smoothly and is completed at the factory
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|Color||Stainless Steel||Stainless||Silver||Stainless||Black||Stainless Steel|
|Item Dimensions||19.2 x 14.81 x 11 in||20.69 x 15.81 x 12.25 in||16.9 x 20.4 x 11.7 in||20.44 x 16.62 x 12.38 in||20.7 x 15.8 x 12.25 in||17.31 x 12.75 x 10.75 in|
|Item Weight||20.9 lbs||25.5 lbs||31.9 lbs||35.3 lbs||23.35 lbs||19.2 lbs|
|Material Type||Stainless Steel||Aluminum||Stainless-Steel||Aluminum||Aluminum||Stainless Steel|
|Wattage||950 watts||1,200 watts||—||1,100 watts||1,200 watts||700 watts|
Panasonic NN-SD372S 0.8-Cubic-Foot Stainless-Steel Inverter Microwave Oven
With its sleek stainless-steel front and silver wrap, this 950-watt microwave oven by Panasonic makes a stylish and convenient addition to any contemporary kitchen. The 0.8-cubic-foot unit with its 11-1/4-inch turntable perfectly cooks and evenly heats anything from breakfast foods and after-school snacks to dinnertime meals and appetizers when entertaining. Ideal for individuals or small families, the compact unit provides quick and easy meal preparation--without taking up excess space on the counter.
Moving Beyond Just "Heating Things Up"
Still just using your microwave oven to make popcorn or warm up yesterday's soup? If so, we probably know why. Most microwaves just have one temperature setting--High. Conventional microwave ovens might have a low-power setting, but this is achieved by "pulsing" the high-power setting on and off rather than by emitting a steady stream of low-powered energy.
Panasonic's trailblazing Inverter technology delivers true, variable microwave power, which means even temperatures and consistent textures throughout the food being cooked. The consistent delivery of microwave energy allows delicate foods to simmer without the edges and surfaces overcooking, so foods have the look and taste you expect--without the wait.
The Inverter microwave oven takes microwave cooking to a whole new level. You'll experience delicious food that better retains its color, nutrients, and flavor and that's easier and faster to prepare. Oh, and you can still make great popcorn.
Single, Compact Power Supply
Furthermore, the Inverter power unit is smaller and lighter than conventional microwave circuitry (aka the heavy, enclosed side of the microwave), which allows for more interior space to fit that favorite casserole dish, without increasing the oven's overall exterior dimensions. Weighing just 21 pounds, the oven's roomy interior measures 13-7/8 inches long by 12-3/8 inches wide by 8-1/8 high, while its compact exterior measures 15-9/16 inches long by 19-3/16 inches wide by 11 inches high.
Inverter Turbo Defrost
Defrost foods even faster than with the previous Panasonic Auto Defrost. Panasonic Inverter Defrost technology is an advanced microwave sequencing system using the inverter continuous-power delivery feature.
The oven's one-touch buttons take the guesswork out of cooking by automatically adjusting power levels and calculating cooking times for various food types like pasta, frozen entrees, potatoes, vegetables, and beverages.
Reheat one to two servings of precooked room-temperature or refrigerator-temperature foods without setting power and time.
The one-touch button allows you to automatically set the time in increments of one minute.
Keep Warm Feature
A pulsing delivery of very low microwave power keeps food temperatures at a constant level--without overcooking. So, foods like stew, gravy, and desserts remain warm in the oven for up to 30 minutes after cooking.
With a spin of the dial, the easy-to-use pop-out dial is a departure from the standard keypad found on most microwave ovens. Use it to set the time and/or weight.
Convenient time-of-day clock and count-down timer (up to 1 hour and 30 minutes).
For safety, the child lock prevents electronic operation (door still opens). Press Start three times to lock ("Child" will be displayed); press Stop/Reset three times to cancel.
The oven also provides an easy-to-clean interior, 10 power levels, three cooking stages, more/less control, a popcorn button, and delay start.
Make Mealtime Marvelous
Create all your favorite recipes, quickly and easily, with Panasonic's Inverter microwave oven.
- Vegetable side dishes
- Desserts & breads
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Panasonic & The Culinary Institute of America Get Things Cooking
Panasonic Inverter microwave ovens have been named the microwave-cooking method of choice by the prestigious Culinary Institute of America (CIA). Panasonic and the CIA have teamed up to develop a series of healthy and delicious recipes created especially for the Panasonic Inverter microwave oven.
Free Online Recipes
The Master Chefs Microwave Recipes Made Easy cookbook includes preparation tips and professional techniques that will have you cooking like a pro with your Panasonic microwave oven in no time.
Choose from a variety of mouthwatering recipes--from goat cheese and red onion quesadillas to corn chowder with chilies and Monterey Jack to Mediterranean vegetable frittatas. Bon appetite!
|Size/Power||Oven Capacity||0.8 cubic feet|
|Turntable Diameter||11-1/4 inches|
|Design||Housing||Stainless-Steel Front with Silver Wrap|
|Control Panel||Pop-out Dial with Button Panel|
|Display Panel||4-Digit Display|
|Power Settings||10 Levels|
|Specifications||Cavity Dimensions (LxWxH inches)||13-7/8 x 12-3/8 x 8-1/8|
|Unit Dimensions (LxWxH inches)||15-9/16 x 19-3/16 x 11|
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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.
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.
If your microwave is broken, don't throw it out yet. Google for "fixing panasonic microwave" for youtube instructions. Likely it is the fuse. Replacing it was very easy but you need a special screw bit to unscrew the frame.