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Nice, cheapish microwave,
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I like this microwave. For about £20 more than the 'budget' silver microwaves you get a much better product.
The microwave looks nice.
The microwave is weighty and has a push button to open the door (the cheap pones I have had you just pull the door and end up pulling the whole microwave).
There is a clock display and you can set the exact time for things (cheaper ones I have owned have had an inaccurate twisty dial)
The size is compact but I have had no issue fitting in tall things or full size dinner plates. My last cheaper one couldn't fit in those pouches of microwave rice, for example, those are fine in here.
So far it hasn't broken... but it has only been a few weeks so I can't really comment on reliability.
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Initial post: 17 Sep 2013 11:44:46 BDT
Amazon Customer says:
An interesting review, mainly because I'm having the exact opposite problem to the one you describe. My last microwave had a push button to open the door so I expected a similar action. Unfortunately, when pushing the button on this new one, I end up pushing the entire machine back to the wall. Obviously down to the EXTREMELY poor quality rubber feet (of which there are only two). Something like this should be held down by its own weight; if it's designed to be light it should also be designed to be held down some other way.
Posted on 23 Oct 2015 16:55:25 BDT
biro man says:
This poblem is common to other makes of microwave too. If you buy four large tap-washers (about 2.5cms / 1" diameter) get someone to help you by lifting one end of the micro at a time and position one washer under each of micro's rubber feet. It's a bit of a faff to get all four positioned correctly but once that's done the micro stays put when you press the door to open.
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