Sunbeam SGS90701W 0.7-Cubic Feet Microwave Oven, White

June 27, 2013 - Comment

The Sunbeam SGS90701W 0.7-Cubic Foot Microwave Oven in White has 700-watts of cooking power and six auto-cooking settings. with 10 adjustable power levels, meals are able to be prepared with ease. Or opt for the express cooking or weight defrost for faster preparation. An LED display with digital timer and clock provides easy viewing and

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The Sunbeam SGS90701W 0.7-Cubic Foot Microwave Oven in White has 700-watts of cooking power and six auto-cooking settings. with 10 adjustable power levels, meals are able to be prepared with ease. Or opt for the express cooking or weight defrost for faster preparation. An LED display with digital timer and clock provides easy viewing and a child-safe lock-out feature keeps peace of mind.

Product Features

  • 700-watt of cooking power with 10 adjustable power levels
  • 6 auto cooking/one touch menu options
  • Express cooking and weight defrost
  • Digital timer and digital clock, led display
  • Removable glass turntable

Comments

Virginia says:

Good little microwave so far My kitchen is quite small and lacks a built-in microwave, so this model is a good fit for me. Pretty basic control pad but adequate for my purposes, as I use it mainly to reheat leftovers or prepare steamed veggies. I’ve had it for a month or so and can’t say how it will hold up over time. Mine is white metal; the finish is smooth and of decent quality. The interior dimensions are fine for my needs. My only criticism so far is that the glass revolving tray lacks notches to keep it in place, and it moves out of alignment on occasion. I think this is a well-priced choice for a small kitchen, dorm room, or office, where it will get light use and won’t get moved around a lot.

Grace "Grace" says:

A heads up! This is a heads up for anyone who has sensitive hearing as I do: this little microwave oven works well enough and fits nicely on the kitchen shelf but it has an annoyingly loud beeper to let you know the heating has finished (and it beeps again several times if you forget to take the dish out within a couple of minutes). I called the company to ask if there’s a way to turn down the sound (or even turn it off!) but there isn’t.

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