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Proctor Silex 0.7 cu. ft. 700W Digital Microwave Oven (White) EXPIRED

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Walmart has Proctor Silex 0.7 cu. ft. 700W Digital Microwave Oven (White) on sale for $39.99. Shipping is free, otherwise select free store pickup where available. Thanks Rokket

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  • 700 watts of cooking power
  • Ten power levels for precise cooking and defrosting of a wide variety of foods
  • Six convenient pre-set menu buttons make preparing the most common dishes easy
  • Digital LED display clock and timer is easy to read
  • Includes a child safety lock to help prevent mishaps
  • Remove-able glass turntable
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Walmart [walmart.com] has the 0.7-Cu. Ft. Proctor Silex Digital Microwave Oven (White) on sale for $39.99. Shipping is free.
  • 700 watts of cooking power
  • Features ten power levels for precise cooking and defrosting of a wide variety of foods
  • Six convenient pre-set menu buttons make preparing the most common dishes easy
  • Digital LED display clock and timer is easy to read
  • Includes a child safety lock to help prevent mishaps
  • Removeable glass turntable
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700W is not enough to cook food evenly. Spend more to get a higher wattage or waste a lot of food.
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$10 less than normal price for a 700w.
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Is this good for a 700 watt microwave?
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$10 less than normal price for a 700w.
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700W is not enough to cook food evenly. Spend more to get a higher wattage or waste a lot of food.
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Just need a small one for basement for making popcorn and such.. Wonder if this fits the bill
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700W is not enough to cook food evenly. Spend more to get a higher wattage or waste a lot of food.
It's a small size microwave... I think it's fine. We have something similar at home and never have any issues.
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It's a small size microwave... I think it's fine. We have something similar at home and never have any issues.
Check the wattage on the one you have at home. This is about as low as it goes. Even for popcorn you want at least 900W or you'll end up with some burnt and some not even popped. This is simply too weak to make anything taste better.
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Check the wattage on the one you have at home. This is about as low as it goes. Even for popcorn you want at least 900W or you'll end up with some burnt and some not even popped. This is simply too weak to make anything taste better.
You are right. The one at home is 900w... same size but more wattage.
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Was just about to buy a cheap microwave anyway. Thanks, OP!
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Just need a small one for basement for making popcorn and such.. Wonder if this fits the bill
I bought a .7 cu ft microwave to do the same thing. The popcorn bag is too big as it starts to fill up. The plate will spin but the bag will catch on the outside walls. One time, it caught in the metal plate in the side wall and the bag started to smoke. I recommend a bigger microwave. Also left me with a few half popped bags. Would not recommend.
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I bought a .7 cu ft microwave to do the same thing. The popcorn bag is too big as it starts to fill up. The plate will spin but the bag will catch on the outside walls. One time, it caught in the metal plate in the side wall and the bag started to smoke. I recommend a bigger microwave. Also left me with a few half popped bags. Would not recommend.
Good to know! Thanks
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