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The Panasonic NN-CT552WBPQ is made for kitchens with limited space and combines the efficiency of a microwave with the traditional browning and roasting of a conventional oven to ensure that your meal choice is endless. The convection oven offers a huge temperature range, 100-220°C, which ensures the success when cooking anything from meringues, cakes and pastries to Yorkshire Puddings and roast joints. In addition, the versatility that the Convection Oven and Grill provide, results in many greater options and methods for your preparation of food, while significantly reducing the cooking time by half to two thirds. The sleek and stylish stainless steel is not only for aesthetics but also hygiene and ease of use; it is a lot simpler to clean than other material.
Space in your kitchen is always at a premium, especially when preparing ingredients. The Slimline Combination Oven with a large 27 Litre Dish Capacity takes up to 20% less space on the work surface than a comparable Combination Oven because Panasonic have moved the fan to the roof of the oven rather than at the back, reducing the depth of the oven by 20%.
Available on most Panasonic microwave ovens, the conventional and bulky transformer and capacitor components are replaced with a compact circuit board which provides many user-friendly benefits such as:
Chaos Defrost uses random pulses of microwave energy to reduce defrosting times. Not only does this speed up the defrosting process, but is also produces very even defrosting allowing the food to be used immediately for cooking.
The 1300W Quartz Grill with three settings heats up instantly to brown and cook all traditionally grilled foods – ideal for today’s busy lifestyles.
With 13 Auto Weight programs the user has many choices. A selection of foods can be cooked automatically by selecting from the auto-weight options available, just simply enter the weight and the correct cooking mode, saving the user having to look up the correct procedures for their food. By offering such simplicity; time and energy can be saved by optimising the microwave energies.
The user can visit Panasonic’s The Ideas Kitchen website for advice on the Panasonic microwave oven as well as recipes, cooking tips and great offers. This allows customers to become part of an online cooking community and features chef Daniel Galmiche. Using his award winning recipes and quick tips, the user can get the most out of the Panasonic Microwave. Users can also create their own space in “My Account” saving their favourite recipes and ideas.
Small footprint with spacious interior. Works well and good value for moneyPublished 2 days ago by H Chaudhri
I am more than pleased with my Panasonic Microwave. It does everything, that I want. my last microwave was Panasonic. BRILLIANT.Published 3 days ago by mary neville
HAD IT FOR WHILE NOW AND SO EASY TO USE AND COOKS BRILLIANTLY, HARDLY EVER USE THE MAIN OVEN NOWPublished 4 days ago by jeanette devonport
This new model is SO unbelievably noisy on convection cooking we thought we had been delivered a broken one! Read morePublished 7 days ago by Angela Gordon
Fantastic combination microwave, grill and fan oven. I use this all the time despite having an expensive built in double ovenPublished 12 days ago by Amazon Customer
Could explain the instructions more clearly between the different operations of the combination microwavePublished 12 days ago by junior
Item bought on the 29th of November and it's already gone wrong, really not very good at all. Panasonic say that the repair company want a £55 call out to even come and take a look... Read morePublished 13 days ago by M Goodrum
-- Large interior for the footprint
-- Chaos defrost actually works pretty well
-- Scrolling Display visible at eye level; on counter the letters... Read more
Good value for money and easy to operate. This would have been 5* but I was surprised that there wasn't a lower roasting rack included.Published 14 days ago by John James