Tesco MM08 Reviews
Product Type: Tesco microwaves
Description:Brand: Tesco / Power: 700 W / Power Levels: 5 / Programmable: No / Timer: Yes / Short name: Tesco MM08
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Customer Tesco MM08 Reviews (12)
by - written on 28/08/12 (Very useful, 155 readings)
The Tesco MM8 microwave oven was a recent panic purchase I had to make when its predecessor winged its way to appliance heaven after failing to generate any heat and therefore leaving me with a steriliser full of babies bottles that had to be made baby-safe. Having only a limited budget available and not wanting or needing anything too fancy I chose the cheapest microwave on offer at my local Tesco's and parted with the £32.00 it was advertised for before rushing it home ready to put to use. It's as basic as they come for a Microwave oven truth be told, a white metal rectangular box with 2 dials and a door catch it certainly would never be mistaken for ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/10/11 (Very useful, 88 readings)
I needed a new everything when I returned to the UK, and a microwave was no exception. However unlike various other gadgets and appliances, I find microwaves very simple to chose as they're not the sort of thing where special features matter. I want something I can use to nuke soup for a specified length of time but that's about it. So, when we were shopping in Tesco and saw this for around the £30 mark to get then and there, it went straight in the trolley. It is the current Tesco Value Microwave, and also marked with Though coming in a Tesco box and with a Tesco instruction leaflet, the microwave itself doesn't seem to be Tesco branded, perhaps because the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/01/12 (Very useful, 91 readings)
I bought the Tesco MM08 microwave in October last year after my old microwave decided to pack in 2 months after the years warranty run out. My previous microwave cost us around £120 so after that I decided I wasn't willing to pay a fortune to get 14 months out of it and as we had no need for a grill or oven feature I decided to buy the cheapest one I could find. If you are looking for something flashy to look great in your kitchen you might want to look elsewhere when it comes to looking cheap this has the market sown up! It's very basic looking just plain white plastic with a couple of dials and a black door there's no fancy touch ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/09/11 (Very useful, 37 readings)
Since living where I do this is my second microwave, the first unfortunately suffered an accidental metal insertion incident, I won't bore you with the gory details, but still I needed a new one and this was it. I couldn't afford another 'posh' one so this Tesco model seemed a effortless decision. Microwaves are often between £50 and £100 in my experience so this for £30 seemed a winner. DESIGN, The Tesco MM08 Value Microwave is a rather non-modern looking white with a black screen on the front. It's dimensions are 44cm, 34cm and 26cm (W,D,H) so not the most bulky or spacious microwave, perfect for me. It has 2 dials, a power dial (1-5 and defrost) and a time ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/08/10 (Very useful, 260 readings)
There was a time when the common-or-garden microwave was an expensive item, owned by the elite and bought for an incredibly high price - how times have changed! Today, a microwave is seen as a basic kitchen appliance which is found in over 90% of all households in the UK. Tesco sell a range of microwaves, with their cheapest being the £29 'Value' MM08. The Basics - - - - - - - The microwave is a relatively small model at 44 x 34 x 26 cms, and has an internal capacity of seventeen litres. In terms of its appearance, the MMO8 is pleasant enough, but there's no getting away from the fact that it does look like a budget model. The body itself is ... Read the complete review
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Good price, nice colour, basic but efficient
Doesn't hold large dinner plates
Easy to use, good amount of programs, quiet when in use, reliable
I dont see why you need quite so many functions on this model