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Panasonic NN-SN651B Black 1.2 Cu. Ft Countertop Microwave Oven with Inverter Technology
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- Inverter technology for even cooking and delivering delicious flavor and inverter turbo defrost for quick defrosting
- 1200 watts of high power; one-touch genius sensor cook and reheat for automatic cooking settings and even keep warm feature
- 13-1/2-inch turntable; delay start and timer; more/less control; quick minute, popcorn key
- Flat keypad panel for easy-to-use programming; 10 power levels; push-button door release
- Measures 15 13/16-inch (d) x 20 11/16-inch (w) x 12 1/4-inch (h), 25.3 lbs., stainless steel face
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Innovation + Power
1200 Watts of High Power with Panasonic Patented Inverter Technology for fast, even cooking and delicious results.
Microwaving Has Evolved
12 Auto Cook Options
Dedicated Settings for All of Your Favorite Foods
- Frozen Entrees and Vegetables
- and more
1 Touch Controls
Popcorn, Sensor Reheat, Turbo Defrost, Keep Warm.
A Steady Stream of Cooking Power for Even Results
Panasonic Patented Inverter Technology
Unlike traditional microwaves that rely on pulse-on, pulse-off cooking at lower temperatures, patented Inverter Technology generates a steady stream of power at all temperature settings. The result? 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 Inverter power unit devotes less space to electronics and provides far more interior capacity. These 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.
A sleek, touch-button control panel and four-digit display provide a high-end look, with one-touch sensor cook and reheat.
Utilizes a microwave sequencing system based on Inverter's continuous-power delivery method to thaw foods more evenly and quickly.
Keep Warm Feature
Keeps foods like vegetables, soups, hors d'oeuvres, gravies, sauces and desserts warm and delicious in the oven until they're ready to serve.
More advantages include quick-minute timer that lets you set cooking and reheating times in single-minute intervals, delay start feature and child safety lock.
Panasonic has collaborated with the culinary institute of america to prepare recipes that can be used in a microwave. You can bring that certified master chef skills out with this family size 1.2 cubic feet capacity microwave. This oven offers panasonic patented inverter technology that offers linear cooking the prevents overcooking on the edges and surfaces and gives juicer and tender food every time. The nn-sn51w offers 1200 watts of high cooking power, while its on-touch sensor cook / reheat calculates times automatically, making cooking a variety of food easier than ever. Other highlights include inverter turbo defrost technology, 10 power levels, popcorn key, keep warm mode, delay start, timer, quick minute, 13 1/2-inch turntable and more/less control. The countertop microwave oven measures 20 11/16-inch w x 15 13/16-inch d x 12 1/4-inch h and weights only 25.3 lbs. Black finish
Top Customer Reviews
This is a nice midsized oven. It does not dominate your counter space like the larger counter top ovens, and it also large enough to do more than pop popcorn.
We eat alot of the low calorie diet tv dinners.. this oven heats them evenly and to perfection. The microwave panini meals even end up with toasted crisp bread.
In 30 years this is probably the best microwave oven we have owned, and you cannot beat the price.
Also, It doesnt feel cheap and the button to open it doesn't stick. I also like that you can just press the buttons for the time that you want instead of having to hit a specific input time button or turn a dial or do some other form of annoying time wasting step. You just press 1-3-0 start for a minute 30. Exactly how it should be.
I have been using it more and more, and it heats food quickly and evenly. I have had to adjust my microwave intuition (setting it for how much your food really needs) because it gets hot pretty quickly. Again, satisfied and would recommend!
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This microwave works fine, and is faster than most others I've used. It's a good value for the price. Several people commented negatively that the coating on the number pad started bubbling right away. Well, people, that's because it's shipped with a peel-off clear coating like you find on most electronic devices these days. I left it on to protect the number pad more, but don't worry about the bubbling. Several people complained that there is no inside light. I don't mind that as my lighting is OK. One reviewer mentioned that (s)he likes the absence of a light because (s)he occasionally leaves the door slightly ajar to air out. Good idea! The defrost and reheat leftovers functions work well. Some said it was noisy, but I don't find it any different than my old microwave, which included a top browning feature which I seldom used and which made it a pain to clean. This one cleans easily. It does cause a slight static on my cell or cordless phone if I'm standing right in front of it while talking, so maybe I'm getting zapped, I don't know. I used to worry more about such things but these days it's impossible to avoid electronic "noise." I just try not to hug it while it's working. Overall, while it's not perfect it works well and is a good value.
It also has a Sensor Cook button which I don't find useful. You have to press a number 1 through 12 after pressing the Sensor Cook button, for different kinds of food, as listed in the manual. If you don't have the manual, it is useless. The screen does not tell you what the codes are, nor is it printed anywhere on the oven. Even if you know the number, you still have to adjust for the amount of food, so what exactly is being sensed is not clear to me.
Others have complained about the light not coming on when you open the door (it goes on only while it is cooking). It does not bother me as I can see inside well enough when I open the door, and I like I can leave the door open to air out the oven, without a light burning. You need the light while it is cooking to check that something is not overflowing.
Regarding the door opening mechanism, I would prefer a handle, as it gives your hand a larger target area - an 8 inch long handle - to shoot for when opening compared to the 2 inch x 1 inch rectangle. But it is not a deal breaker. The mechanism itself is fine. I find that it opens and closes smoothly without much effort, unlike some other reviewers here who complained about that.
I am looking forward to using the Keep Warm function. That sounds useful.
I like the simple numbers to set the time. I have gotten used over the years to press 11, 22, 33 seconds and so on, fine tuning the amount of time while minimizing the button presses. Some microwaves today you cannot do that - the numbers are for number of minutes, not seconds - but not for this microwave. There is a One Minute quick start button. It would be nice to have a 10 Second quick start button, and also to start immediately without having to press Start.
Overall I am happy with this microwave. The Sensor Heat works as I expected. Because of what I think is a redundant Sensor Cook button and the lack of a handle, I took off a star.