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Good Microwave Needed

tejayg 22 18 September 21, 2015 at 09:50 AM
Looking for a good microwave deal if anyone has one. Looking to keep this sub-$100 (sub-$75 gets my eternal love)



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Looking for a good microwave deal if anyone has one. Looking to keep this sub-$100 (sub-$75 gets my eternal love)
Cuisinart refurb for $80 shipped

Stainless steel interior
25 pre-programmed 1-touch settings
Rotating 12" glass tray
2-stage cooking operation
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I was told about 6 years ago that Sharp makes about 90% of microwaves, regardless of brand name. Not sure how true that is these days.... I have been wondering about these lately too.but I need a built-in..Costco in-store often has 1 to 1.2 cu ft ones from 69 to 99, Oster & Panasonic are the ones I've seen there most often.
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Last edited by silvery79 September 24, 2015 at 07:22 AM
I recently had to replace our 13 yr old microwave. If you're looking for something that will last and that you can use for more than just reheating stuff check out some of the Panasonic models. I spent about a week researching and ended up purchasing via Amazon. Costco had a couple models at good prices but they didn't have all the features I was looking for.
I ended up with this one (yes, I know, double your price range) but I'm having a love affair with the thing! I can cook omelets in the thing and they actually are truly edible! Read some of the Amazon reviews. The two things I don't like: the size I needed only came in stainless (my OCD doesn't like fingerprints, haha) and there is no light when the door opens. I fixed this by adding a small motion detection light under the cabinet. (There IS a light when it's cooking, just not when the door opens. So strange!)
Anyway, I am so impressed with this thing. Every time I try something new I think- no way it can do this... But then it does! (Example: reheated roast chicken actually is more moist and tastes better than when I bring it home from the deli!)
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