This microwave oven from Toshiba can cook medium-sized foods with its 1.2 cubic feet of interior space at a medium power level of 1,100 watts.
– Allows you to program up to three time and power combinations
– Has a large digital display that includes a clock and a countdown timer
– Includes a sound on/off option
– Heaviest item in this guide at 35 pounds
– Some customers mentioned that their food cooked unevenly
With a capacity of 1.4 cubic feet, this microwave from BLACK+DECKER offers a spacious interior for heating and defrosting your favorite meals and snacks.
– Features a large LED digital display with an easy-to-read control panel
– Includes a child safety lock
– Has a modern style with a stainless steel exterior
– Takes up more countertop space because of its 1.4-cubic-foot interior
– Customers complained about it making a grumbling sound during use
The COMFEE’ microwave oven offers a majority of the features on other microwaves at a fraction of the price.
– Most affordable microwave in this guide
– Includes a 10-inch glass turntable that’s removable for easy cleaning
– Has pictures in addition to words for the preset functions
– Least powerful model in this review at 700 watts
– Smallest amount of interior cooking space in this review at 0.7 cubic feet
This microwave from Panasonic has several buttons, including 10 power levels and 14 sensor cooking levels, to allow for customizable cooking.
– Can poach, braise, and steam a variety of food from edge to center
– Has a thinner, lighter 13.4-inch turntable to enhance efficiency
– Built with an advanced turbo defrost setting to speed up defrosting time
– The control panel doesn’t light up
– The control panel may be hard to read because of its design and color scheme