Sharp R-230KK 800-Watt 4/5-Cubic-Foot Compact Microwave, Black
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- 800-watt compact-size microwave oven with 4/5-cubic-foot capacity
- Defrosts meats and poultry by weight; 15 automatic settings; 4 cooking options; 6 reheat settings
- Short cuts make melting, softening, and warming easy; popcorn setting; Minute Plus
- Auto-touch controls; 4-digit LCD display; interior light; 10-3/4-inch turntable provides even heating
- Product Built to North American Electrical Standards
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With a 4/5-cubic-foot capacity, this 800-watt microwave oven provides ample cooking power and a compact size ideal for an individual or couple. Fifteen automatic settings take the guesswork out of cooking by automatically setting cooking times and power levels, while the oven's 10-3/4-inch-diameter turntable provides even heating. Defrost settings quickly defrost meats and poultry by weight, four cooking options ensure perfectly cooked popular foods for one or two servings, and six reheat options make it especially easy to heat frequently served foods including beverages, pizza, rolls, and muffins. In addition, Minute Plus sets the oven at "high" with a single touch, while a popcorn sensor pops microwave popcorn automatically, regardless of package size or brand. For added convenience, the oven comes with an interior light, auto-touch controls, and an easy-to-read four-digit LCD display. The microwave oven measures 18-1/8 by 10-7/8 by 14-1/8 inches and carries a one-year limited warranty.
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Our replacement model is actually more attractive than our original microwave, runs more quietly, and rings more quietly when it's done. The only inconvenience associated with the new model is that it's so lightweight that the whole thing moves when you push on the door release button/lever, which was not an issue with our old one. We've solved that problem by sticking a flat piece of styrofoam between it and the wall behind it (taking care not to block any of the vents). This also assures the minimal two inches of clearance that you're supposed to have around the vents.
After singing the praises of this oven, I have to admit that the new model does not seem to be as well made as the old one--but that's true of just about anything you buy nowadays, isn't it? The construction and/or materials are obviously flimsier, hence the lighter weight. But what matters is the working parts, and hopefully the quality is still there.
I also have to say that Sharp seems to have a little quality control problem. The first oven arrived with a dent in the back wall of the interior. The owner's manual said never to use an oven with an interior dent, so we had to return that one for a replacement. Here's where Amazon's excellent customer service comes in. I notified Amazon of the problem and they had a replacement on the way immediately.
I first tried a fancy Panasonic microwave that cost me $[...]. It was beautiful at the store. Got it home and it smelt like plastic was burning for the 3 weeks that I had it, even when it wasn't in use it smelt like toxic chemicals. And the best part was (jk) was that the clock display went all red if you were not right in front of it's display (meaning any angle other than straight on it was impossible to read, which mean you couldn't put the microwave on a normal counter and read it if you were an avg. size adult). & the fancy stainless steal easily got dirty with greasy fingers. & it didn't have a "add a min" feature. And to top it all off it was larger than the Sharp 230, which meant more counter space was taken from this microwave. But surprise, the fancy $[...] microwave was much quieter.
I found none of these problems with the Sharp R-230. My only real complaint is that the black one wasn't avail. in any stores around my neighborhood, so I had to order it via amazon. The end result, I was glad I did order it. The Sharp 230 is a great size vs. cost microwave. And this is coming from someone who was willing to fork over $[...] for a microwave.