Panasonic NN-SD377S 0.8 cuft, 800 Watt Stainless Steel Microwave Oven, Auto Cook
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- Compact 800-watt 4/5-cubic-foot microwave oven with 9-5/8-inch turntable
- Push-button control panel with pop-out dial and 4-digit display; 6 power levels
- 1-touch sensor cooking for foolproof cooking and reheating; 3 cooking stages
- More/less control; Quick Minute; popcorn key; timer; delay start; epoxy interior
- Please note: upper-left corner of door has a small indentation to allow door to open smoothly
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|Item Dimensions||14.31 x 19 x 11.13 in||19.2 x 14.81 x 11 in||20.7 x 15.8 x 12.25 in||14.75 x 19.06 x 11.25 in||17.81 x 10.31 x 13.63 in||23.88 x 19.44 x 14 in|
|Item Weight||26.2 lbs||20.9 lbs||23.35 lbs||23.5 lbs||23.1 lbs||37 lbs|
|Material Type||stainless-steel||Stainless Steel||Aluminum||Stainless Steel||18-8 Steel||Aluminum|
|Wattage||800 watts||950 watts||1,200 watts||700||600 watts||1,250 watts|
Elegant, attractive and easy-to-open, this microwave will look its best even when preparing some of the messiest recipes. With a push of the button the auto defrost feature makes it easy to defrost foods fast. The one-touch buttons adjust power levels and calculate cooking and reheating times automatically for various food types. With a spin of the pop-out dial, the easy-to-use dial is a departure from the standard keypad found on most microwave ovens.
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Of course the Panasonic reviews were grousing about not being able to read the clock except head-on. I decided I'd rather go for a hard-to-read clock/display window than a potentially faulty LCD panel, so I opted for this one and I'm glad I did. I have tried on numerous occasions in the two weeks I've owned this microwave to find an angle from which I could NOT read the clock and, try as I might, I can't find one. So I'm guessing that somewhere between all the complaints in these reviews and my buying my new microwave in June 2010, Panasonic must have fixed that problem.
My uses for a microwave are pretty basic: I reheat, melt, thaw, pop, Stoufferize and steam frozen veggie melanges, and for those purposes this works beautifully, looks good, and fits the designated space I have for it. I'm very happy with this product and will revisit this review if any of that changes.
Update 10/12/11: Still very happy with this product. Still plan to let you know here if ever that changes.
Update 12/27/12: Ditto to the above.
Update 7/25/14: Ditto. Still no problems; working great.
The unit we received from Amazon had another flaw. The four feet wouldn't rest flat on the counter. I solved this by sticking a 1/8" thick rubber "furniture protector" thingy under one of the feet. I don't think our granite counter top is that far out of whack, so I'm blaming the microwave.
Even with the flaws taken into consideration, I still think this is the best microwave in this size. It has a nice solid feel, good buttons, intuitive controls, and it looks fantastic in our stainless kitchen. It's just the right size for our needs. We don't do any serious cooking in it - just reheating and defrosting and such - and for that, it's perfect. Some small microwaves don't have a rotating turntable. This one does, and a dinner plate fits on it with room to spare. We aren't popcorn eaters so I can't comment on how well it pops. Neither can I comment on its reliability, since we've only had it a month. If you research the matter, I think you'll find all brands have their detractors these days, and there's no obvious winner on internal quality. I did verify there was a Panasonic service center in my home town before buying.
We were looking for something under $100 that would serve daily duty cooking veggies and soups, reheating meals and the occasional warmed cup of coffee.
The microwave looks great, the controls are very straightforward and fast to use (single or minimal touch options like "quick min" or reheat - selecting number of servings with the dial). Even the LED clock isn't that hard to see unless you are right on top of it, and it's not really been an issue.
This microwave looks great and does everything we want in a slick and well thought out way. As an added bonus, Panasonic has been around for ages and I've had good experiences wtih their stuff in the past.
There are cheaper microwaves out there, but this is good value for this price range and wattage and I would definitely recommend it.