Daewoo KOR6L15 700 Watts Microwave Oven Reviews
Description:Model ID KOR6L15 / 5 Power Levels / The Daewoo KOR6L15 White Microwave Oven has a 20 litre cavity capacity and 700W microwave power output with Dual Wave microwave system that ensures even cooking results 5 Power Levels a 35 minute dual speed timer and easy to use manual ... more
Newest Review: ... use a bit of judgement to know how long to put things in for, it does not have any complicated settings or cooking programs. ... more
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Customer Daewoo KOR6L15 700 Watts Microwave Oven Reviews (11)
by - written on 07/04/12, updated on 09/04/12 (Very useful, 107 readings)
When I first moved out of my mums 3 year ago, I was a little daunted by how much I had to buy to set up home, and how much to buy to prepare for a new baby. I accepted whatever help was thrown my way, a lot of things in my house were second hand cast offs. My nan does a car boot every summer and the family give her all of their old things to sell. One thing my nan had in her garage ready for car boot was this microwave, instead of going to the car boot it got given to me! ---- Specifications ---- 20 litre Dual wave system 35 minute dual speed timer Dimension (WxHxD)cm: 44.6 x 27 x 33.2 700w microwave output 5 power ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/12/10 (Very useful, 111 readings)
This microwave model was actually the one that I owned previous to my current model, so I am going to discuss my experiences with using this machine during its short, two year life... It may be helpful to first explain that I am not an avid microwave user. I know that there are some people who use their microwave more than their cooker, but my use of the machine is limited to heating up milk at breakfast, making quick baked potatoes, cooking the odd ready meal (very rarely!) and reheating my cup of tea if it has gone cold. That is about it. If I want to defrost something, I will give it plenty of time to defrost naturally, rather than sticking it in the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/07/10, updated on 02/08/10 (Very useful, 70 readings)
When my old microwave packed up some time ago, I really needed a new one . Whilst I tend to cook as many meals as I can from scratch, my microwave came in really handy for extra quick scrambled eggs in the morning, or for defrosting leftovers that I had frozen. Luckily, I trip to my local supermarket gave me an inexpensive replacement - for just £39.99, I had a brand spanking new microwave. Ok, it wasn't anything snazzy - no digital display, no clock- but it would do what I needed it to do . I believe this is also available in silver, but as the majority of my kitchen appliances are in white, I opted for the white finish. It looks smart enough - you ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/08/11 (Very useful, 44 readings)
Intro ------ Everyone loves a microwave, unless perhaps you are Gordon Ramsey, in which case, most people like a microwave, just for the pure simplicity of getting dinner or a snack ready in moments. However, some can be quite pricey, and do lots of wonderful things, that simply are not necessary. This microwave answers that call, and simply does its job. It makes your food warm in a quick amount of time, no hassle, without the pricetag that sometimes comes with it. This was the microwave in my university house last year, and now i have returned home, i do miss its ease of use. The microwave ------------------- It is very similar to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/08/10 (Very useful, 70 readings)
We have one of these as a no frills cheap microwave in the kitchen at work, and so far it has done everything which we need it for. The machine is very easy to use, with only 2 knobs; 1 of these controls the temperature setting which has 5 different levels including one for de-frosting meals. The second knob controls the time ssetting and goes from one minute all the way up to 35 minutes. The fact that there are only 2 knobs means that you really cannot go wrong or get confused as to how to use the machine. This is a 700w, Category D machine, which is one below the highest band - E. For those people who are always in a rush this would probably mean ... Read the complete review
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