Panasonic NN-SN661S Genius 1.2 cuft 1200-Watt Sensor Microwave with Inverter Technology, Stainless Steel

June 27, 2013 - Comment

Stainless-steel 1.2-cubic-foot microwave oven with Inverter technology for true, variable microwave power. Click here for a larger image Panasonic NN-SN661S Stainless-Steel 1.2-Cubic-Foot 1200-Watt Inverter Microwave Oven The Genius Countertop Microwave Oven With its stainless-steel door and silver wrap, this 1200-watt microwave oven by Panasonic makes a stylish and convenient addition to any contemporary kitchen. The

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Panasonic NN-SN661S Stainless-Steel 1.2-Cubic-Foot 1200-Watt Inverter Microwave Oven

The Genius Countertop Microwave Oven

With its stainless-steel door and silver wrap, this 1200-watt microwave oven by Panasonic makes a stylish and convenient addition to any contemporary kitchen. The 1.2-cubic-foot unit with its 13-1/2-inch turntable excellently 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 and enhancing 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 countertop microwave can be installed in the wall using an optional matching trim kit.
(Trim kit shown may not represent actual trim kit.)

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.

Panasonic Inverter microwave oven The oven makes it easy to bake Fudge Brownies and other delicious desserts.

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 25-1/2 pounds, the oven’s roomy interior measures 14-3/8 inches long by 13-15/16 inches wide by 9-15/16 inches high, while its compact exterior measures 15-13/16 inches long by 20-11/16 inches wide by 12-1/4 inches high.

Additional Features

Genius Microwave

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.

Quick Minute

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

One-Touch Genius Sensor Cook and Reheat

The Genius Sensor adjusts power levels and calculates cooking and reheating times–automatically–for various food types like omelets, pasta, frozen entrees, potatoes, vegetables, beverages, and more.

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 timer provide exceptional convenience.

Child-Safety Lock

For safety, the child lock prevents electronic operation (door still opens). Press Start three times to lock (“Child” appears in the display window); press Stop/Reset three times to cancel.

Elegant Design with Push-Button Door Release and Stainless-Steel Front

Elegant, attractive, and easy-to-open, the microwave will look its best even when preparing some of the messiest recipes.

Trim Kit (optional)

The Prestige countertop microwave can be installed in the wall using an optional matching trim kit accessory (27-inch model NN-TK621SS).

Other Highlights

The oven also provides 10 power levels, three cooking stages, more/less control, a popcorn button, and delay start.

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.

Please Note: upper-left corner of the door has a small indentation to allow the door to open smoothly.

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 1.2-Cubic-Foot Inverter Microwave Ovens

Model NN-SN651B NN-SN651W NN-SN661S NN-SD681S Size/Power Oven Capacity 1.2 cubic feet Wattage 1200 watts Turntable Diameter 13-1/2 inches Design Housing Black White Stainless-Steel Front with Silver Wrap Control Panel Flat Panel Membrane Pop-out Dial + Button Display Panel 4-Digit Display Green 4-Digit Display Blue 4-Digit Display Performance/Features Auto Cook/Reheat Yes Power Settings 10 Levels Specifications Cavity Dimensions (LxWxH inches) 14-3/8 x 13-15/16 x 9-15/16 Unit Dimensions (LxWxH inches) 15-13/16 x 20-11/16 x 12-1/4 Trim Kits (optional) 27″ Model N/A NN-TK621SS

Product Features

  • 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 inches turntable; Delay Start and Timer; More/Less Control; Quick Minute, Popcorn Key
  • Measures 15 15/16″ (D) by 20 3/8″ (W) by 11 7/8″ (H), 25.3 lbs., Stainless steel face
  • Upper left-corner door has a small indentation to allow the door to open smoothly and is completed at the factory

Comments

Tech Mom says:

Beautiful, but doesn’t last This microwave has a lot to boast about: innovative technology, easy to keep clean, and modern appearance. Unfortunately we were only able to enjoy ours for just over a year. Three weeks after the anniversary of its purchase, it died. We tried every cooking mode, but it shuts itself off after about 2 seconds. Very disappointing for what I thought was a great brand. Our previous Panasonic microwave lasted about 20 years. I know they don’t design them to last that long anymore, but I think it should at least survive for 5 years. I read some other reviews from folks who have had similar experiences.

Mskitty says:

In the dark There are only two things wrong with this microwave.1. the interior light only goes on when the microwave is running. It is dark when you first put anything in it or take anything out!2. The front panel is also dark and hard to read. We had to pull the microwave up to the edge of the counter to see the panel.Other than these points, it is a great microwave. It really reheats foods until they are hot. And we haven’t had any problems cooking or using the defrosting button. Good value for a good price.

Blind Faith 99 "Blind Faith 99" says:

Poor interface Got this a few days ago after my previous microwave suddenly died after 10 years of service. $129 at Target. After throwing away the paperwork because it’s only a microwave, I had to fish the instructions out of the trash to figure out how to set the power level. To cook at 10% power, you have to push the power button ten (10) times, then set the time, then hit the start button. So that’s about 14 button pushes each time you want to cook at 10%. That’s 14 if you don’t make a mistake along the way and have to start all over again. I don’t mind the extra exercise, but spending all that time on the settings is annoying. On other microwaves, you hit the power button once and then the “1″ button to set at 10%.Also, the readout never confirms what the settings are. It shows time, but nothing else. I’ve had one disaster already where I thought I set it at 10%, but it was cooking at full power. The readout needs to confirm what the power level is during the cooking…

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