1 Traditional Microwave
There are three basic microwave styles: Countertop, built-in, or over-the-range. A wide variety of features are available for all of these, but a significant distinction is that built-in and over-the-range microwaves tend to be larger, cost more and may require an electrician to install. Countertop microwaves are usually more compact, are less expensive, and only require an electrical outlet. More
10 power levels. Easy to read LED timer/clock. Simple one touch cooking for 6 popular uses; popcorn, potato, pizza, beverage, dinner plate and frozen vegetables. 3 specialty programs; cook by weight, defrost by weight and speed defrost. Automatic oven lig ht and turntable. Black. 0.7 CU. FT....
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