Whether you are a single person who depends on your microwave for sustenance or you are an aspiring chef who needs things heated up quickly, nowdays it looks no kitchen is complete without a microwave. When it comes to choosing a microwave, it is important to consider what you will be using it for, the capacity of each microwave, pre-set options, and many other features. There are many options on the market, but here are the top two models at their relative price ranges.
The Sharp R-230KK Compact Countertop Microwave is atop the “bang for your buck” charts, thanks to its laundry list of features and its completely affordable price tag that hovers right around $ 100. The appliance has 800 watts of power and auto-touch controls with plenty of automatic settings and a defrost mode. Users also love that it’s easy to use and has a nice capacity for a smallish microwave. It is also lightweight and very portable. You simply are not going to find a microwave this reliable and with this many features at this low of a price.
For those looking for a little more from their microwave, the Panasonic NN-C994S Countertop Microwave is a great buy that gives you the ability to cook things in the microwave just like you would in a normal, full-size convection oven. It comes with a ton of cooking options that will allow you to roast meats, bake cakes and pies, and defrost frozen foods among other things. It is very user-friendly and features intuitive controls that make it easy to take full advantage of its versatility. It weighs around 50 pounds, so it obviously is not portable, but its 1100 watts of power will fit in well into any kitchen. Running at around $ 525, the NN-C994S will not fit into everyone’s budget, but those who are willing to stump up the cash will enjoy a reliable, versatile product that makes cooking easy.