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Panasonic NN-DS596B

Panasonic NN-DS596B

4.7 from 3 reviews

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    Owen P

    Owen PRichmond-Tweed, NSW

    • 3 reviews

    A Great All In One Microwave.

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    Fantastic product. Does everything. I don't think there is any other Microwave that does as many types of cooking that this can do. It's expensive, but it does everything. My only gripe is no Instant Cook microwave button. Takes 4 different inputs to use microwave, but getting used to it.

    Date PurchasedJul 2018
    1 comment
    Panasonic
    Panasonic Australia C.Panasonic

    Hi Owen, thank you for taking the time to provide feedback on your microwave, it is great to hear you are so happy with it.

    Suw

    SuwUpwey

    • 5 reviews
    • 2 likes

    GREAT CHOICE

    published
    Date PurchasedDec 2016
    Linda

    LindaBrisbane

    • 16 reviews
    • 1 like

    Love this microwave

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    Questions & Answers

    Chrissy M.

    Chrissy M.asked

    Is the microwave function simple to use? How many steps/buttons to press to zap something?

    2 answers
    Owen P
    Owen P

    There is NO one step quick button which is dumb. It takes 4 steps to nuke something. Used to it now but still a pain. But saying that its a awesome product.

    Linda
    Linda

    Just microwave? Push 1 button, select the power setting & push start. Pretty simple really! As it's a 3 function oven there are different wattage settings which I find great. Really low for defrosting, or reheating 'delicate' items, right up tp 1000w for a quick zap.

    Debbie

    Debbieasked

    Does this have a display light.. if so.. ours dosent work

    3 answers
    Owen P
    Owen P

    If you mean the readout is back lit, no it's not. The front display does not light up.

    Linda
    Linda

    It has a display panel but it's not backlit......
    I don't find I need it backlit.

    Debbie
    Debbie

    It's easy enough to read in the daytime... but would be good to be able to see the display at night... this would have had an impact on our choices had I known before we brought it

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