Swan Essentials SM21050W Reviews
Product Type: Swan microwaves
Description:Brand: Swan / Power: 800W / Short name: Swan SM21050W
Newest Review: ... they left it at a neighbour's house and I managed to put my back out with it so I would advise if you can make sure there is ... more
Customer Swan Essentials SM21050W Reviews (1)
by - written on 07/03/12 (Very useful, 187 readings)
When I split up with my husband I was pretty much left with nothing and had to start all over again. As such my manager at work at the time gave me a microwave which her daughter had used for a while whilst she was at University. There was nothing wrong with the microwave and it worked well for a couple of years before dying completely. As such I needed to buy myself a new one and I had looked in to purchasing one with a grill function as well, not really sure why as I rarely use the microwave for cooking anyway but this plan was soon knocked on the head when the day after my microwave died my kettle died too meaning that also needed replacing. As such I turned to my Read the complete review
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