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Cookworks Signature Stainless Steel Microwave with Grill

Microwave:

* Microwave power output 800 watts.

* 5 microwave power settings.

* 3 microwave and grill power settings.


Grill:

* Grill power output 1000 watts.

* 1 grill power setting.
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Cookworks Signature Stainless Steel Microwave with Grill

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Each to their own but we have one of these and hate it - don't get me wrong its looks good and works , but it seems to heat in very violent 'surges' rather than evenly, for example I often put a 1/2 filled latte glass of milk in ready for a coffee, usually takes about 1min 15 sec, but you really have to keep an eye on it, hardly bubbles at say 1 min 10 sec but is LITERALLY at exploding point at 1 min 20 secs lol! Makes it very hard to 'set' a time and leave it - you have to stand and watch it.
The other night it I left it a couple of seconds too long and the milk erupted like mount etna into the grill above (which you cant clean).
We have had several microwaves before - none have worked like this one.
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G0OSE
Each to their own but we have one of these and hate it - don't get me wrong its looks good and works , but it seems to heat in very violent 'surges' rather than evenly, for example I often put a 1/2 filled latte glass of milk in ready for a coffee, usually takes about 1min 15 sec, but you really have to keep an eye on it, hardly bubbles at say 1 min 10 sec but is LITERALLY at exploding point at 1 min 20 secs lol! Makes it very hard to 'set' a time and leave it - you have to stand and watch it.
The other night it I left it a couple of seconds too long and the milk erupted like mount etna into the grill above (which you cant clean).
We have had several microwaves before - none have worked like this one.


thanks for that, rep left
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Bully
thanks for that, rep left


X2 - very helpful as I was thinking about getting one of these
#7
RedSkywalker
X2 - very helpful as I was thinking about getting one of these


what you think of this one? just over £50 notes

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Sanyo-EM-G255AW-Control-Microwave-Silver/dp/tech-data/B002GMWKK8/ref=de_a_smtd
#8
Always stand a spoon in a mug or jug containing liquid - stops the boiling "bubble" forming which leads to the "eruption".
#10


Was going to post that as a deal but has risen to £76 from its £43 price earlier
#11
That'll teach me to hesitate - I was thinking of ordering it this afternoon when it was £43 delivered! doh
#12
RedSkywalker
That'll teach me to hesitate - I was thinking of ordering it this afternoon when it was £43 delivered! doh


same lol i was about to order then decided to watch some football!

one below looks good too :)


http://www.amazon.co.uk/Daewoo-KOG1N1ASL-Family-Digital-Microwave/dp/tech-data/B003GXFV20/ref=de_a_smtd
#13
Bully
same lol i was about to order then decided to watch some football!

one below looks good too :)


http://www.amazon.co.uk/Daewoo-KOG1N1ASL-Family-Digital-Microwave/dp/tech-data/B003GXFV20/ref=de_a_smtd


Actually that one is interesting because it's slightly bigger and more powerful - 1000 watts as compared to 900, 31L compared to 20 and it has a quartz grill; definitely worth thinking about!
#14
dvdvicar
Always stand a spoon in a mug or jug containing liquid - stops the boiling "bubble" forming which leads to the "eruption".


a spoon in a microwave mate surely thats not a good idea or am i missing something.
#15
marra
a spoon in a microwave mate surely thats not a good idea or am i missing something.


It's an old wives tale (or a new one!) that you can't put metal objects in a microwave.
After all. what is the inside of the microwave made of? Many microwaves are supplied with metal racks.

What causes a problem is thin metal capable of becoming energised, then arcing to the wall. Objects like metal foil, gold edging on plates etc.
#16
dvdvicar
It's an old wives tale (or a new one!) that you can't put metal objects in a microwave.
After all. what is the inside of the microwave made of? Many microwaves are supplied with metal racks.

What causes a problem is thin metal capable of becoming energised, then arcing to the wall. Objects like metal foil, gold edging on plates etc.


you learn something new everyday , cheers m8

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