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Slimline ovens offer a convection oven temperature range from 100 - 220 degrees celsius, ideal for jacket potatoes, casseroles and roasting meat.
Inverter technology replaces the traditional bulky transformer and capacitor components with a conventional Inverter circuit board which provides many user friendly benefits, such as constant power, even cooking and lighter ovens (on average 3Kg lighter).
Most microwaves operate on constant power, when high or full is selected. Other power levels are acheived by the microwave pulsing on and off. Panasonic Inverter Technology gives constant power on medium and low power settings--providing the perfect cooking process for your food. Inverter also ensures when reheating or cooking that your food is heated evenly, improving texture and flavour
A 1.3KW Quartz Grill element in this oven heats up instantly to brown and cook all traditionally grilled foods--ideal for today's busy lifestyle. Autoweight programs are designed to cook the most poular foods to perfection, once the weight has been entered.
Just right, exactly what I wanted, stylish. Had Panasonic in the past & its lived up to its reputation again!!!Published 12 months ago by Mrs. Janice Garnett
Another microwave failure. I used it rarely & just before its 3rd birthday, suddenly the microwave fails. Read morePublished 13 months ago by catitudes
My microwave was a little noisy but was a good servant for 15 months when turntable failed, nobody wants to know including Panasonic customer service. Read morePublished on 31 Dec. 2012 by C. J. Bartlett
Eventually, my 20 yr old MW gave up. I did a lot of homework on various brands but yet again went for Panasonic: reliable, easy to use and smart looking. Read morePublished on 19 Feb. 2011 by Madame
I bought this microwave back in March 2010 so have had plenty of time to get used to it (and get annoyed with it!). Read morePublished on 29 Jan. 2011 by Gina