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Bosch BOSHMT75M451B 17 litre 800 watt Freestanding Solo Microwave Oven, Brushed Steel

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  • Freestanding microwave
  • 800 w with 17 litre capacity
  • 5 power levels and 60 minute timer
  • Rotary controls
  • Stainless steel
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Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 32 x 46.2 x 29 cm ; 11 Kg
  • Boxed-product Weight: 14 Kg
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  • Item model number: HMT75M451B
  • ASIN: B001OMGXOK
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 1 Jan 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (33 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 115,115 in Kitchen & Home (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Home)
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Product Description

Bosch Microwave Oven HMT75M451B 17 litre 800 watt Freestanding in Brushed Steel Colour The Bosch HMT75M451B is a freestanding microwave. It has a 17 litre (0.6 cu.ft) capacityand has 5 power levels: 90 / 180 / 360 / 600 / 800 W. The Bosch HMT75M451B also features electronic controls, a 245mm diameter glass turntable, LED display for microwave power level, cooking duration and 24 hour clock, electronic timer (up to 99 minutes) with acoustic signal, push button controls for selecting power levels, retractable control for timer and weight settings, 4 weight automatic defrost programmes, 3 weight automatic cooking programmes, and an interior light. The Bosch HMT75M451B also boasts a memory function - store your favourite recipe instructions, then simply press the memo button to repeat the sequence any time. Can be installed under a kitchen wall cabinet - allowing convenient access while preserving precious worktop space.

Manufacturer's Description

The Bosch HMT75M451B is a freestanding microwave. It has a 17 litre (0.6 cu.ft) capacityand has 5 power levels: 90 / 180 / 360 / 600 / 800 W.

The Bosch HMT75M451B also features electronic controls, a 245mm diameter glass turntable, LED display for microwave power level, cooking duration and 24 hour clock, electronic timer (up to 99 minutes) with acoustic signal, push button controls for selecting power levels, retractable control for timer and weight settings, 4 weight automatic defrost programmes, 3 weight automatic cooking programmes, and an interior light.

The Bosch HMT75M451B also boasts a memory function - store your favourite recipe instructions, then simply press the memo button to repeat the sequence any time.

Can be installed under a kitchen wall cabinet - allowing convenient access while preserving precious worktop space.


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3.9 out of 5 stars

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67 of 67 people found the following review helpful By J. A. Karppinen on 12 Nov 2009
This is a very well built, nicely designed and durable compact microwave (I've owned it for over a year and a half). As a father of three babies our microwaves have a pretty hard life being used throughout the day including heating up numerous bottles of milk. Our last microwave (a Morphy Richards) lasted only 2 years before unceremoniously giving up the ghost in a flash of sparks. We also have a fairly limited amount of space within our kitchen so ideally we wanted to combine durability with a compact design. Once delivered - we were pleasantly surprised by how big the inner capacity of the oven actually is: Whilst we would mostly be using the microwave for the aforementioned bottles of milk, it can also easily handle a reasonably sized round casserole dish. The design and ease of use is very simple and intuitive. The only minor gripe would be the automatic defrosting setting which requires you to refer to the manual to find the corresponding number (1-7 I think!) to the particular food stuff you are defrosting as the Microwave will only display a number. This is clearly a slightly more expensive compact microwave, but so far I'd definitely say it was worth the higher outlay.
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25 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Morocco on 5 July 2010
There are microwaves that probably do much more than this one, but if looking for a great stainless steel finished microwave which performs all the basics and a little bit more, then this is a good buy. And 17 litres is a good size for most of not all basic cooking/reheating needs.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Eddie from Devon on 15 July 2011
When our latest (high-name) microwave oven became badly rusted, we had to purchase a new microwave. As judged by the specifications and reviews we decided to order the BoschHMT75M451B 17 litre oven. Sure we would have liked one of the now-unavilable heavy solid stainless steel models with simple steel rotator like long-previous Sharp microwave. However after receiving the Bosch model, this week (July 13, 2011) we are delighted with it. We had it up and running on the day of receipt. It's interior white gloss finish appears better than the grey-painted interior of the previous one which went rusty. Further, the glass platter (rotator) is designed to slot into projections on the base, thus avoiding slippage. The long-time bleeper on completion of the re-heat or cooking is easily adjusted to e.g. 3 bleeps. In my experience, if you need a larger microwave you will have to buy the bells-and-whistle type from a supplier of your choice. However we prefer to toast, brown or grill using a simple toaster and non-microwave mini-oven which are spaced around our small-area kitchen tops as convenient (or even the main oven! but this is a waste for two people on a daily basis).
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44 of 46 people found the following review helpful By Chappers TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 7 Jan 2011
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We had just re-fitted our Kitchen and disposed of a Hitachi microwave that was only a year old but absolutely HUGE and would have taken up valuable worktop space. We had envisaged having a new microwave to be sat on an eye-level shelf amongst other cupboards and things. We don't really use microwaves much, just for occasional re-heating of stuff, or defrosting/steaming veg. I know some small microwaves are really small, but having a look round the various sites and shops I noticed that it's not all about the internal capacity, as even 17litre models can vary wildly in size.

I had allowed for 50cm width (to include the breathing space on the ventilation side) in my shelf slot, which limited me to a few brands of microwave. Initially, I thought it would have been width alone that would have restricted me, but it turns out the depth of the microwave is a bigger factor. The shelf depth of a standard eye-level kitchen unit is about 30cm. Having the microwave stick out 2 or 3 centimeters is fine but I wouldn't want any more than that. This limited us to just Bosch and Panasonic (from my research). Seeing as how we had a Bosch kettle and a Bosch fridge/freezer, we thought we'd stick with Bosch as we were familiar with them.

Fortunately, this Bosch solo microwave (doesn't have the grill function as we didn't need it) has met every expectation. Not only does it look nicely subdued in it's styling, it has nice clean lines, with simple, easy to use functions. One huge fail of our last microwave was that it used an ipod-style touch wheel to change settings, which sounded nice in principal, but was a complete dog to use in practice. This Bosch has a nice pop-out dial, and a selection of simple buttons.
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27 of 28 people found the following review helpful By D. Turner on 3 Jun 2011
When I first setup this microwave I was impressed by the build quality and the styling. And also the fact that it's been designed with a sensible interior height (so you can get a Covent Garden soup carton in there without tilting it!)

However, I was not impressed with the scroll wheel as it took too long to get to a minute. Also, the beeping timer went on for too long after cooking had stopped.

Thanks to a comment on my original review, both of these annoyances have now been remedied. See the comments for more details, but essentially 1) press the power setting button first to set the timer to 1:00, from which you can then scroll up or down and 2) press and hold the start button for 6 seconds to change the beeper duration.
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