If you’re looking for a microwave oven, this is where you’ll find THE LOWEST PRICES! From home to office to man cave to work studio, the convenience and speed they bring to countless food prep applications is amazing. I’ve had a lot of microwaves over the years so I’m going to share my top tips on what to look for in a quality unit. But first, CLICK HERE TO JUMP STRAIGHT TO THE BEST DEALS ON MICROWAVES – OR JUST SCROLL DOWN! These are specific deals I’ve found that I update everyday.
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Best Deals On Microwaves
GREAT PRICE! 1200 watts of power. Available in black or white. One Touch Genius Sensor. Delay start timer and more.
GREAT DEAL! 700 watts. comes in black, white, and black with stainless trim. 6 quick cook settings, weight or speed defrost, multi stage cooking, and more.
EXCELLENT CUSTOMER SERVICE! Available in black or white.
BRIGHTEN YOUR STYLE! Child safe lockout, 10 power levels, 6 quick-set menu buttons.
SLEEK LOOK! Choose between 1.1 and 1.4 cu.ft. Has grilling element to produce crispy foods like pizza.
SHIPS FREE! 800 watts. Optional hanging equipment included.
What To Look For In a Microwave
Not all microwave ovens are created the same – just as not all micro oven users are either! That’s why you need to think about you particular needs in choosing the unit that’s right for you. I’ve put together a HANDY BUYING GUIDE below to help you narrow down your options and find the best microwave.
Where do you want to use it?
I’ve seen good quality cheap microwaves from around $45 ranging up to the best microwaves money can buy at well over $1000. Paying more doesn’t always mean a better microwave. Size, wattage, features, and even color/finish can affect the price.
Countertop vs Over The Range
A good guideline for this is to recognize that the higher the wattage, the faster and more even the cooking will be. A 1,000-watt microwave should cook both quickly and efficiently. Microwaves with 700 watts or less are slower. They also aren’t likely to cook as evenly. I’ve had both high and lower power microwaves. You get used to working with either and can get satisfactory results if you have realistic expectations.
You want a decent selection of features and pre-sets. Automatic defrost, preprogrammed setting for popcorn, frozen pizza etc. I like a reheat button that uses sensors to figure out the cooking time based on how much steam the food is letting off. Some microwaves let you shut off the turn table. That way, if you have a dish that’s too big to rotate you can keep it stationary while it’s cooking. You also want nice big buttons that are easy to read and press.
Size matters. You want to think about how much countertop or kitchen space you have available for your new appliance. You also want to think about how you’re planning to use it. If you’ve got a family to feed you’ll want a bigger oven. In general, I’d say 1.1 cubic feet or more. They can handle larger dishes. You want a lasagna or casserole type of dish to have plenty of space. If you’re short on space, don’t worry. There are models as small as between .5 – .7 cubic feet out there. They’ll work perfectly if you just want to zap some soup or coffee.
I think a decent microwave is pretty much a necessity these days. They aren’t good at everything, but what they do well they do really well. I’ve got some great deals on excellent units here so take your pick.
May you surf on the most pleasant microwaves – Mariano
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