Sainsbury's Digital Microwave & Grill Reviews
Product Type: Sainsburys microwaves
Description:Brand: Sainsburys / Type: Microwave
Newest Review: ... which was secure and easy to remove at the same time. The microwave is sleek in design and is also easy to clean with a ... more
Customer Sainsbury's Digital Microwave & Grill Reviews (4)
by - written on 06/10/11, updated on 07/10/11 (Very useful, 238 readings)
=== The product === This is a 700 watt 17 litre microwave complete with grill rack. This is stainless steel microwave with black sides and back. === The packaging === This comes provided in a large cardboard box complete with polystyrene to hold it in place and the front of the microwave had protective plastic over it that I discarded as soon as I unpacked it. The packaging was very good and it meant that when we moved house twice in two weeks it stayed in pristine condition ready for unpacking once we were settled in our new flat. === The microwave === This microwave is 700 watts with five separate power levels. ... Read the complete review
by superness11 - written on 08/03/12
I didn't really want to spend much on a microwave as I don't use it as much as other appliances in my kitchen and they never seem to last very long. The last one was broken by my boyfriend who spilled juice down the vents! I set myself a budget of £40 pounds. I did not want an all singing all dancing top of the range model as to be hones as I find them too complicated to work. I wanted one with simple buttons and layout that heated up my food without much bother. I looked at Tesco and Sainsbury's as both have quite a good range of cheap electronics and kitchen appliances these days. I settled on the Sainsbury's one as it looked good and looked easy to use. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/02/13 (Very useful, 69 readings)
The miracle of bad design ===================== OK, normally I write reviews about things I like and have enjoyed. I'll buck the trend a second time and talk awhile about something I don't and have not. Furthermore, as it was a gift, it is not something that is easy to bin or give away. I'm also not in the habit of throwing away things that still work, as my monolithic coffee machine proves. My old microwave, also a gift from someone else in my family, committed seppuku (ritual suicide) right in front of me. There was a click, a spark and a bang. Oh, and fair amount of acrid smoke. It must have been bestest pals with my flymo, which expired in ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/08/13 (Useful, 18 readings)
I bought this microwave from sainsburys as a replacement for my old microwave which I have had for way too long. It was reasonably priced for the specifications and seeing as it was half price at £25 I thought it would be a good buy, as most good microwaves are around £65 The microwave came in polystyrene packaging which was secure and easy to remove at the same time. The microwave is sleek in design and is also easy to clean with a removable plate but I would advise not to put food directly onto the plate. Its easy to operate and has a number of settings such as defrost but we have never used that. Food is cooked thoroughly but it is only a 700 ... Read the complete review
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