Panasonic Inverter Microwave Delivers Consistent Microwave Energy
A microwave is pretty much a kitchen necessity these days. One with inverter technology that provides consistent cooking results is great for today’s busy kitchens. The Panasonic Prestige Microwave Oven seems to be a good, reliable fit for today’s consumers. This Panasonic Inverter Microwave is 1250 watts and has 2 and a half cubic feet capacity. It offers a pretty neat array of features including the above-mentioned inverter cooking and turbo defrost technologies. Going a step beyond the microwaves of yesterday is this model’s Genius Sensor cook/reheat feature that calculates cooking times and adjusts power levels all on its own.
There are also 10 cooking levels, 5 cooking stages, a keep-warm option for 5 different foods, a popcorn button, and a sensor cooking feature for 18 food items. Did I mention the turntable yet or the stainless steel, fingerprint-resistant finish? Other features include a more/ less control, a delay start and a timer. The microwave can be placed on a counter or installed in a wall.
Also, instructions to use the microwave scroll by the large, bright LED display in English, Spanish or French. Consumer reviews online were pretty much overall positive. A few did mention having a chip on the microwave’s door right out of the box. Another con as seen by some was the absence of a numeric keypad (a knob now takes its place).
Offers a 1250-watt 2-1/5-cubic-foot microwave oven with 16-1/2-inch turntable. Advanced Inverter technology for even cooking results. One-touch Genius Sensor cook/reheat and 5-item keep-warm menu. Has 10 power levels, five cooking stages, sensor cook for 18 menu items. Inverter Turbo Defrost technology for defrosting frozen foods faster than ever.
Absence of a numeric keypad can be an issue for some. More expensive than most countertop microwave ovens on the market.
So What’s The Scoop?
Most reviews, however, were positive. It seems many people chose this Panasonic Inverter Microwave to replace their older models. Final verdict? Seems like a good, reliable microwave with lots of bells and whistles.