1.3 cu. ft. Inverter Microwave, 1200W - NN-SC67NS

Rated 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Sale price$169.95
Color: Stainless Steel

The Panasonic NN-SC67NS 1.3 cu. ft. Countertop Microwave Oven features 1200 Watts of inverter cooking power to make flavorful meals, sides, and snacks while maintaining the nutrients in food. Dedicated Turbo Defrost Sensor makes quick, even thawing easier, with 10 power levels, 15 Auto Cook menus, Sensor Reheat, and more. Additional features: Quick 30-second timer, Easy Clean Interior, 3-Level Popcorn Button, and a minimal exterior footprint.

Rated 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Deirdre M.
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    I recommend this product
    Rated 4 out of 5 stars
    4 months ago
    Good Microwave but user functionality could be improved

    I bought this microwave in October 23. I needed a countertop microwave small enough to fit the cabinet space where my 20 yr old (now broken) microwave used to sit. This Panasonic and three other name brand microwaves would work, but the Panasonic was the top rated of the three so I went with it. It is a good microwave. It does the job I need it to do, but as other reviewers have mentioned, I think Panasonic could make it a great product with some retooling. First, the door is really hard to open. you have to push the mechanism so hard the unit moves with the force of your effort. I'm constantly realigning it in the cabinet. Second, many reviewers complained that the button panel had failed within months of purchase. I believe this is because you really have to mash the buttons to initiate them. All this rough use leads to failure over time. Third, there are 15 Sensor Cook settings. To get to number 15, you have to hit the Sensor Cook button 15 times. It would make more sense and cause less wear and tear on that button, to hit Sensor Cook, followed by pressing 1, 5, to get to Brown Rice, for example. Fourth, there is no auto start feature. For example, once you hit the Sensor Cook button 11 times to get to Oatmeal, you have to hit Start. My old microwave would start automatically after a 5-10 second delay. Even with the quick 30 button, you have to hit start. Fifth, if you open the door to check your food while using Sensor Reheat, it clears the progress. It only remembers the…

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