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Panasonic 1200W 1.2 Cu. Ft. Countertop Microwave Oven with Inverter Technology NN-SN661S Stainless

$164.99
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  • My parents have a sharp microwave in their kitchen which is almost as old as I am and it still works, I’m 33. The panasonic microwave I bought for my. Townhouse lasted 2 and half years. So yesterday I wanted to get a sharp do reliability and from all the customers reviews I found on sharp and others no microwaves today are as durable as the ones before. As if they deliberately started to degrade the quality so that it breaks in less than or around 2 years so that that the customer gets another one. Well yeah they’re a lot cheaper than what they used to be but hey I’m willing to pay more than $600 for a microwave that would last me 20 years.

    A microwave has become one of the most integral parts of the kitchen. Sometimes you simply need food cooked or defrosted quickly, and a Panasonic microwave gets the job done quickly and efficiently. With several different styles of microwaves available, Panasonic has a model available that easily fits into any kitchen's architecture.

  • Built to last, Panasonic microwaves have features like Turbo Defrost and Inverter technology to defrost and cook food as quickly and accurately as possible. Every Panasonic model is different, but all models feature Genius sensor cooking with easy to use temperature controls.

    I haven’t tested that model, though all of the Panasonic microwaves have pretty much the same cooking technology; the main differences are the finish and control panel. If you have room, you may want to consider a slightly larger model - 1.2 cubic feet is definitely a small unit. But if that’s what you have room for, that’s what you have room for.

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    There are literally thousands of reviews on the web about Panasonic microwaves with problematic door issues. And almost nobody seems to have a Panasonic that lasts a year. My NN_SN968B is going back without it ever being opened. The reviews are atrocious. The thing is, there are far more bad reviews about the Panasonic microwaves than there are any reviews for others. Why don’t they fix the door problem? Maybe they figure it will die before a year even after the door is fixed.

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Thanks for the information. My first, and to this point only microwave just died after 33 years. Actually, I suspect it is a minor issue, but who could fix it.
I know a comparable model will not be found. It is a J C Penny, my mother had a Sears (Kenmore), they were identical except for the label. I have no idea who the manufacturer was. It was made when microwaves were real, a metal rack in the center, a probe to insert in meat and to then the other end plugs into a socket in the oven - this actually cooks meat properly, it really senses what is going on. The steam sensor is probably the best thing now available, but nothing can equal an actual probe in the meat. And it is 2.8 cubic feet capacity!
I am going to go with one of the 2.2 cf Panasonic Inverter microwaves. That seems the best option, although the horror stories about Inverter failure, and the issues with the door makes me feel I will regret it, but; other manufacturers are likely no more reliable.