Panasonic NN-H965BF Genius 2.2 cuft 1250-Watt Sensor Microwave with Inverter Technology, Black

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Panasonic NN-H965 2.2-Cubic-Foot 1250-Watt Inverter Microwave Oven 2.2-cubic-foot microwave oven with Inverter technology for true, variable microwave power. (Available in black or white) Click here for a larger image The Genius Countertop Microwave Oven Available in black or white, this 1250-watt microwave oven by Panasonic makes a stylish and convenient addition to any contemporary kitchen.

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Panasonic NN-H965 2.2-Cubic-Foot 1250-Watt Inverter Microwave Oven

Panasonic Inverter microwave oven Panasonic Inverter microwave oven 2.2-cubic-foot microwave oven with Inverter technology for true, variable microwave power. (Available in black or white) Click here for a larger image The Genius Countertop Microwave Oven

Available in black or white, this 1250-watt microwave oven by Panasonic makes a stylish and convenient addition to any contemporary kitchen. The 2.2-cubic-foot unit with its 16-1/2-inch turntable perfectly cooks and evenly heats anything from breakfast foods and after-school snacks to dinnertime meals and appetizers when entertaining. Ideal for busy professionals and on-the-go families, the microwave oven provides quick and easy meal preparation while nicely accommodating surrounding decor.

Inverter Technology

Moving Beyond Just “Heating Things Up”

Many people just use their microwaves for making popcorn or warming up soup because most microwaves just have one temperature setting–high. Conventional microwave ovens might have a low-power setting, but this is achieved by “pulsing” the high-power setting on and off rather than by emitting a steady stream of low-powered energy.

Panasonic Inverter microwave oven The oven makes it easy to cook Ratatouille and other delicious side dishes.

Panasonic’s trailblazing Inverter technology delivers true, variable microwave power, which means even temperatures and consistent textures throughout the food being cooked. The consistent delivery of microwave energy allows delicate foods to simmer without the edges and surfaces overcooking, so foods have the look and taste you expect–without the wait.

The Inverter microwave oven perfects the art of cooking, taking microwave cooking to a whole new level. You’ll experience delicious food that better retains its color, nutrients, and flavor and that’s easier and faster to prepare. Oh, and you can still make great popcorn.

Single, Compact Power Supply

Furthermore, the Inverter power unit is smaller and lighter than conventional microwave circuitry (aka the heavy, enclosed side of the microwave), which allows for more interior space to fit that favorite casserole dish, without increasing the oven’s overall exterior dimensions. Weighing just 35-2/7 pounds, the oven’s roomy interior measures 18-1/2 inches long by 18-7/16 inches wide by 10-15/16 inches high, while its compact exterior measures 19-7/16 inches long by 23-7/8 inches wide by 14 inches high.

Additional Features

One-Touch Genius Sensor Cook and Reheat

With the touch of Panasonic’s Sensor Cooking button, the microwave takes the guesswork out of creating a great meal, by automatically setting power levels and adjusting cooking or defrosting time.

The sensor measures the amount of steam produced during cooking, and signals the microprocessor to calculate the remaining cooking time at the appropriate power level automatically.

Inverter Turbo Defrost

Panasonic evolved the Turbo Defrost feature, which allows you to defrost foods even faster than previous Panasonic Auto Defrost.

Panasonic Inverter Turbo Defrost technology is an advanced microwave sequencing system using the inverter continuous-power delivery method.

Menu Action Screen (multi-lingual)

The Menu Action Screen is like having a chef to assist you in the kitchen. It scrolls step-by-step cooking instructions across the display, in a choice of English, Spanish, or French.

Keep Warm Feature

A pulsing delivery of very low microwave power keeps food temperatures at a constant level–without overcooking. So, foods like stew, gravy, and desserts remain warm in the oven for up to 30 minutes after cooking.

Clock/Timer

Time-of-day clock and versatile timer provide exceptional convenience.

Quick Minute

The one-touch button allows you to set or add cooking time in 1-minute increments up to 10 minutes.

Function Key

The function key simplifies the programming of 10 useful, non-cooking functions. Just press the function key and the menu action screen will display easy-to-follow steps to complete the function.

Child-Safety Lock

For safety, the oven’s child safety lock prevents electronic operation (door still opens).

Good Housekeeping Seal

Awarded the Good Housekeeping Seal of Approval and covered by a two-year limited warranty.

Panasonic Inverter microwave oven User-Friendly Control Panel Push-button controls and digital display for easy programming.

Click here to view the set-up guide.

Make Mealtime Marvelous

Create all your favorite recipes, quickly and easily, with Panasonic’s Inverter microwave oven.

Eggs Appetizers Soups Casseroles Fish/seafood Meats Pasta/grains/cereals Poultry Sauces Vegetable side dishes Pies Desserts & breads
Culinary Institute of America CIA Cookbook Free cookbook: Master Chefs Microwave Recipes Made Easy.
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Panasonic Inverter microwave ovens have been named the microwave-cooking method of choice by the prestigious Culinary Institute of America (CIA). Panasonic and the CIA have teamed up to develop a series of healthy and delicious recipes created especially for the Panasonic Inverter microwave oven.

Free Online Recipes

The Master Chefs Microwave Recipes Made Easy cookbook includes preparation tips and professional techniques that will have you cooking like a pro with your Panasonic microwave oven in no time.

Choose from a variety of mouthwatering recipes–from goat cheese and red onion quesadillas to corn chowder with chilies and Monterey Jack to Mediterranean vegetable frittatas. Bon appetite!

Panasonic 2.2-Cubic-Foot Inverter Microwave Ovens

Model NN-H965BF NN-H965WF NN-SD962S NN-SD997S Size/Power Oven Capacity 2.2 cubic feet Wattage 1250 watts Turntable Diameter 16-1/2 inches Design Housing Black White Stainless-Steel Front with Silver Wrap Stainless-Steel Front and Wrap Control Panel 5 Button with Flat Panel Solid Dial with Buttons “Flashing Blue” Ring Dial with Button Panel Display Panel 6-Digit Expanded Display 4-Digit Display “Blue” 6-Digit Expanded Display Performance/Features Sensor Cook/Reheat Yes Power Settings 10 Levels Specifications Cavity Dimensions (LxWxH inches) 18-1/2 x 18-7/16 x 10-15/16 Unit Dimensions (LxWxH inches) 19-7/16 x 23-7/8 x 14 Trim Kits (optional) 27″ Model N/A NN-TK922SS and TK-929SA 30″ Model N/A NN-TK932SS and TK-939SA This gigantic microwave oven services the family that is constantly eating on the run but has gourmet tastes that go beyond packaged frozen dinners. It is true that the oven takes up a great deal of counter space (measurements are 23-7/8 by 14 by 19-7/16 inches) but much of that space can be attributed to the large interior capacity of 2.2 cubic feet, which can fit an entire meal. The oven operates on a powerful 1,250 watts for quicker cooking and defrosting and has a sleek black exterior that looks well in most kitchens.

Most home chefs will find new and innovative features on this microwave that blow away the offerings on their previous models. To figure out the best way to cook a particular food, cooks can access step-by-step instructions on the Menu Action screen. The multi-lingual screen displays information in English, Spanish, or French on how to perform a function. Panasonic’s One-Touch Sensor Cooking feature takes the guesswork out of microwave cooking by calculating cooking and reheating times automatically based on the amount of steam released. As part of Panasonic’s Inverter Technology, the oven also incorporates a linear power control for even heat distribution so frozen macaroni and cheese doesn’t get hot around the perimeter and remain cold in the center during cooking and frozen chicken breasts don’t cook around the edges during defrosting. Another major innovation in microwave technology is a warming and simmering feature that delivers low-temperature heat to keep food such as pies, casseroles, or gravy warm without overcooking them. For cooks who are looking for a shortcut but don’t want to sacrifice gourmet cooking, this microwave is an excellent option. This luxury microwave oven is covered by Panasonic under a one-year limited warranty while the Magnetron tube has an extended warranty of up to five years. –Cristina Vaamonde

Product Features

  • 1,250 watts of power for faster cooking, defrosting
  • Cooking sensor automatically adjusts power level, calculates reheating/cooking time
  • Linear power control for more even heating, defrosting, cooking
  • Multi-lingual menu action screen; large-capacity 2.2-cubic-foot interior
  • Please note: upper-left corner of door has a small indentation to allow door to open smoothly

Comments

Jordan Brown says:

Pretty good, some minor flaws (failed after 3 years) [ Dec 2006 ]We’ve had this microwave for a couple of months now, so I can’t comment on its long-term reliability.Good:Mostly, it’s been fine. It meets my primary requirement for a microwave, which is that you can put food into it, press 3 0 START, and it cooks for 30 seconds at full power. (It’s amazing how many microwaves fail that test, requiring some other key before the time. Easy enough if you know how to use it, but not for visitors.)It can do relatively complex sequences like: – Wait 5 minutes (to line up completion time with other foods) – Cook 4 minutes – Wait 20 seconds (to give me time to stir) – Cook 3 minutes – Wait 2 minutes (post-cook “let stand” time)It’ll prompt you through most operations, though … the … prompting … is … kind … of … tedious.The Sensor Reheat feature seems to do a pretty good job of warming food up to a good serving temperature. It…

Joe M says:

Good cooker, but irritating I bought this 6 months ago to replace a ten-year-old GE 1000W microwave. I have it installed in the same cabinet opening as the old GE, but with a different third party grillwork.Plusses:The oven cavity is gigantic.It has lots more functions than I have used and probably more than I will ever use. I bought it for the size and color.It boils water and cooks/heats thing substantially faster than my old GE. The defrost seems to be more even, but this is not a major change from my old GE.Minuses:The timer/done beeper is not loud enough. If I have the stove exhaust fan running on low, I cannot hear the beeper unless I am listening intently for it. If nothing is running in the kitchen, I can hear it at a much lower volume level than the old GE. The beeper does NOT repeat with reminders unless you turn the option on in the functions menu.This microwave is electronically noisy. It kills my wireless WIFI…

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