Tesco Value Microwave Reviews
Product Type: Tesco microwaves
Description:Brand: Tesco / Type: Microwave
Newest Review: ... story. Marching around the stores coming up empty we finally found one on Tesco of all places and as cheap as chips at around ... more
Customer Tesco Value Microwave Reviews (7)
by - written on 14/02/12 (Very useful, 263 readings)
When I moved into my fully furnished flat I assumed it came with your basic kitchen appliances (kettle, toaster, microwave), having seen those things in the kitchen when I viewed the flat, it wasn't a totally unlikely assumption. Unfortunately I was wrong and when I moved into the flat there was no kettle, toaster or microwave (not on the flat inventory either so it wasn't like the previous tennents had nicked them) so I decided to purchase these things for myself at the cheapest possible price. My first port of call was tescos and a spied this tesco value microwave. It cost me under £30 as a recall and is still currently available on the tesco direct website ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/03/12 (Very useful, 57 readings)
When my microwave broke my mum was kind enough to give me her old one to use until I got around to buying myself a new one. She told me not to expect anything fancy as it was only a Tesco value one but as a single man I rely far too much on my microwave so I was grateful to receive it no matter how ugly it might be in my kitchen. When she brought it round it wasn't nearly as unattractive as I had thought it was going to be and although it isn't as nice as the microwave that I have now it is a lot cheaper to buy and would be perfectly presentable in most kitchens. It is a rectangle shape like 99% of all microwaves and it is a nice compact size. It ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/09/12 (Very useful, 39 readings)
Introduction: Living in a small flat can be annoying, I don't have much space! I needed a cheap microwave so I could cook ready meals and reheat my food when needed. I really didn't want to spend a fortune on the microwave. My local Tesco extra has a section with Microwaves in it, so I had a look at them and instantly spotted this one, it was the ugliest but was also the cheapest. It looked like the perfect one! It has two dials on it, one for time and the other for power. Its the simplest microwave I have ever seen and it is also the most basic. It is plain white with black markings. I have been very impressed with this microwave. Price: ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/08/12 (Very useful, 80 readings)
This basic white microwave from Tesco is simple and very straight forward to operate. There are only 2 dials on the microwave. The top of which controls the power and can be set to either min, defrost, mid, high or max. The bottom dial controls the time and can be set to different 30 second intervals going up to ten minutes and then five minute intervals going up to 35 minutes. The microwave can be interrupted during heating simply by turning the timer dial to zero or by pushing the button at the bottom to open the door as the microwave automatically cuts off. The rotating glass plate inside can be easily removed for washing. This microwave is 700watts ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/04/12 (Very useful, 32 readings)
My one complaint about the office where I work was always the lack of microwave. As somebody that likes to batch cook -- having a microwave in the office very handy. Plus, there's only so much salad you can eat in the winter months, before it becomes too much and you end up buying expensive food in each day! After much discussion about the microwave situation, one of my colleagues managed to get permission for us to have a microwave through HR and we started a kitty to raise the funds to buy one. There are only 12 people in our office and people weren't keen on coughing up much. So we ended up with about £35 in the pot, which we needed to spend on the ... Read the complete review
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