Cookworks Silver Touch Microwave Reviews
Product Type: Cookworks microwaves
Description:Brand: Cookworks / Finish: Silver / Size (cm): (H)25.8 (W)43.3 (D)32.8 / Power: 700 watts / Capacity: 17 litres / Convection Cook: Without Convection
Newest Review: ... to be cooked in a 1000. Watt oven then you will need to make adjustments to the cooking time. Most ready meals have ... more
Customer Cookworks Silver Touch Microwave Reviews (3)
by - written on 11/11/11, updated on 17/05/12 (Useful, 42 readings)
This microwave comes from cookworks a company I had never heard of I bought this in Argos a few months ago for £40 and so far it's working fine. It's only a 700 watt oven so that means if something has instructions to be cooked in a 1000. Watt oven then you will need to make adjustments to the cooking time. Most ready meals have instructions for 750 watt so it's not too hard. This is an all White appliance the door has blacked glass that when the food is cooking or heating the internal light makes the glass see through. There is a small led screen that counts down the time and the controls are all buttons there are no dials on this model. There is a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/09/11 (Very useful, 89 readings)
Microwaves those strange machines which we all have bit none of know how they work but do you remember when they were the wonder toy of the modern kitchen, I can remember the excitement of getting our first microwave and the amazement of being able to cook a potato in 8 minutes, and of course the ubiquitious 3 minute sponge pudding. Indeed I have a cookbook just for microwave food and the wonders you can create in a microwave safe dish. Anyway that was then and this is now, microwaves back in the day were so large you could easily mistake them for washing machines but now we have little delicate machines which sit on top of fridges, kitchen tops and are used nearly every Read the complete review
by - written on 20/09/11 (Very useful, 98 readings)
In a nutshell, the Cookworks Silver Touch is a relatively basic microwave, which I have found to be pretty affordable, reliable, easy to use, and capable of doing the job that a basic microwave should. Here's some more detail on the key points... <<< Power >>> The power output is 700 watts, which means slightly longer waiting times and often less predictable results. If you're a fan of ready meals, for example, you'll realise that there are rarely cooking times published on the packaging for this power output now; this means you will have to overestimate the time taken to cook or defrost pre-packaged food, and always err on the ... Read the complete review
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