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Panasonic NN-SD271S Stainless Steel 950w Microwave £45.00 @ Sainsbury's instore

£45.00 @ Sainsbury's
Bought one of these the other day. Was £80 now £45. Here's the spec. With a sleek steel finish, the Panasonic NN-SD271S microwave oven has a range of features that will improve the way you pr… Read More
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Bought one of these the other day.

Was £80 now £45.

Here's the spec.

With a sleek steel finish, the Panasonic NN-SD271S microwave oven has a range of features that will improve the way you prepare your meals.

With inverter technology and powerful 950W output, this model is ideal for effective cooking, reheating and defrosting.

Choose from 10 auto-weight cooking programmes for complete flexibility, including convenient auto weight defrost and auto reheat settings.
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2m, 3w agoFound 2 months, 3 weeks ago
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suzhayes
Had similar one to this. Rusty inside after 12 months and had to throw it. When I complained the person said it was because we didn't leave the door open when not cooking. Who does this??? Would NOT recommend.

I think after cooking something for a while, leave the door open for a bit to let all the steam out. Then shut it later.

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1 Like #1
Not sure why it's not displaying the image, but here are ones I took instore and product pic.

http://i.imgur.com/sHVzT9q.jpg

http://i.imgur.com/Gj9nFdQ.jpg

http://i.imgur.com/8zd2o71.jpg
#2
My local had this for £130 last week
#3
Shoppaholic16
My local had this for £130 last week

Cheapest I can see online is £79.99 so that's why I snapped one up.

It's pretty nice, only thing I'd critise is the lead is shorter than our old one, so was a bit more fiddly getting it to the socket we used for the old microwave.
#4
Looks like a bargain! which branch did you find it in? and was it one of the bigger Sainsburys that has a full range of electricals?
1 Like #5
opencube
Shoppaholic16
My local had this for £130 last week

Cheapest I can see online is £79.99 so that's why I snapped one up.

It's pretty nice, only thing I'd critise is the lead is shorter than our old one, so was a bit more fiddly getting it to the socket we used for the old microwave.


Might check my local again today, may have gone down in price but will get it priced checked at the till too, maybe they've put the wrong price on. I'm after one as ours is not heating up as well as it used too. Thanks op
1 Like #6
picked this up discounted at 60£ a week or so ago, so even better price now :D
2 Likes #7
Would never buy Panasonic microwave, Had one, bust 3 times in a year, First time after 1 month. Terrible customer service.
#8
adski
Would never buy Panasonic microwave, Had one, bust 3 times in a year, First time after 1 month. Terrible customer service.
Terrible customer service from where?
1 Like #9
Parents have had one for years...No issues.

Was it an inverter type like in this deal or a cheaper budget model?
1 Like #10
It's a bargain at this price.
#11
Which branch please ?
#12
Dunstable
2 Likes #13
Had this microwave for 6 months. No issues. Great build quality and range of functions. Heat added.
1 Like #14
good find op, heat added
2 Likes #15
Had mine nearly two years now and can recommend it. Paid a lot more than £45.
3 Likes #16
Wish they just had a dial rather than all the fathing about with buttons and a display
Far easier just turning the dial to 2 minutes and ping!

The real question is
Is it stainless inside or is it painted!

Edited By: crazylegs on Feb 04, 2017 12:35
#17
Shoppaholic16
opencube
Shoppaholic16
My local had this for £130 last week
Cheapest I can see online is £79.99 so that's why I snapped one up.
It's pretty nice, only thing I'd critise is the lead is shorter than our old one, so was a bit more fiddly getting it to the socket we used for the old microwave.
Might check my local again today, may have gone down in price but will get it priced checked at the till too, maybe they've put the wrong price on. I'm after one as ours is not heating up as well as it used too. Thanks op

dannyjones106
Looks like a bargain! which branch did you find it in? and was it one of the bigger Sainsburys that has a full range of electricals?

I'ta a pretty large store. Sells tvs, etc... But not as big as some tescos
1 Like #18
crazylegs
Wish they just had a dial rather than all the fathing about with buttons and a display
Far easier just turning the dial to 2 minutes and ping!
The real question is
Is it stainless inside or is it painted!

It works like this...

Press power setting to choose wattage.

High 950w
Med 600w
Low 400

Etc

Then you turn the dial for the time u want to cook then press start. Also has a simple child lock on it too which is handy.

Inside its power coated of some sort.

I presume it isn't stainless steel inside as I'm sure metal would cause all sorts or sparks ;-)
1 Like #19
opencube
Parents have had one for years...No issues.
Was it an inverter type like in this deal or a cheaper budget model?

I have a Panasonic inverter microwave I've now owned for several years & still going strong. The only thing I would say although this is a 1000W combi model it doesn't seem to heat food so quickly as the Sharp 800W normal rotary microwave I have.
#20
opencube


I presume it isn't stainless steel inside as I'm sure metal would cause all sorts or sparks ;-)
Amazingly you can have a roasting rack in one of these without it sparking.
#21
crazylegs
Wish they just had a dial rather than all the fathing about with buttons and a display
Far easier just turning the dial to 2 minutes and ping!
The real question is
Is it stainless inside or is it painted!
We have a delonghi one with a dial I got it about 15 years ago, the dial on that stop working properly almost straight away where it seems not to respond so well when turning, like it doesn't register the time you are setting it for, you have to slow the turning for it to register.

opencube
crazylegs
Wish they just had a dial rather than all the fathing about with buttons and a display
Far easier just turning the dial to 2 minutes and ping!
The real question is
Is it stainless inside or is it painted!
It works like this...
Press power setting to choose wattage.
High 950w
Med 600w
Low 400
Etc
Then you turn the dial for the time u want to cook then press start. Also has a simple child lock on it too which is handy.
Inside its power coated of some sort.
I presume it isn't stainless steel inside as I'm sure metal would cause all sorts or sparks ;-)
Our one is stainless inside so that doesn't cause sparking. It's funny I think I read somewhere that actually it is ok to have certain metal objects in microwave and doesn't cause sparking so I tried it one time with a piece of cutlery it was ok but things like foil are a nightmare.
Oh also this delonghi has a grill but that has never worked either..
1 Like #22
Had similar one to this. Rusty inside after 12 months and had to throw it. When I complained the person said it was because we didn't leave the door open when not cooking. Who does this??? Would NOT recommend.
#23
None in Sheffield Archer Road - was there earlier, specifically to look at microwaves.
1 Like #24
suzhayes
Had similar one to this. Rusty inside after 12 months and had to throw it. When I complained the person said it was because we didn't leave the door open when not cooking. Who does this??? Would NOT recommend.

Was it a Panasonic?

The one we are replacing is a Sharp one we have that went rusty in the door inside.

Lasted 9 years so not bad going
#25
if anyone has seen one in London please let me know
6 Likes #26
suzhayes
Had similar one to this. Rusty inside after 12 months and had to throw it. When I complained the person said it was because we didn't leave the door open when not cooking. Who does this??? Would NOT recommend.

I think after cooking something for a while, leave the door open for a bit to let all the steam out. Then shut it later.
2 Likes #27
Yep. If my microwave is a bit steamy after cooking I leave the door ajar to let it dry out. :D
1 Like #28
I popped into the Dunstable store today where I got mine, and it looks like they have sold out.

They did have this one at a discounted price if anyone wanted to look at this as an alternative...


http://i.imgur.com/QDfB9yQ.jpg


http://i.imgur.com/gNTKFcS.jpg

Reduced from £70 to £50.
#29
Is this only in dunstable? Or have others seen it?
#30
ysdevil
adski
Would never buy Panasonic microwave, Had one, bust 3 times in a year, First time after 1 month. Terrible customer service.
Terrible customer service from where?

Panasonic customer service. They just kept insisting on getting the local repair guy to have it in so was without it for couple of weeks at a time. Should have been replaced. It was a £200+ combi oven.
#31
slevinkelevra
crazylegs
Wish they just had a dial rather than all the fathing about with buttons and a display
Far easier just turning the dial to 2 minutes and ping!
The real question is
Is it stainless inside or is it painted!
We have a delonghi one with a dial I got it about 15 years ago, the dial on that stop working properly almost straight away where it seems not to respond so well when turning, like it doesn't register the time you are setting it for, you have to slow the turning for it to register.
opencube
crazylegs
Wish they just had a dial rather than all the fathing about with buttons and a display
Far easier just turning the dial to 2 minutes and ping!
The real question is
Is it stainless inside or is it painted!
It works like this...
Press power setting to choose wattage.
High 950w
Med 600w
Low 400
Etc
Then you turn the dial for the time u want to cook then press start. Also has a simple child lock on it too which is handy.
Inside its power coated of some sort.
I presume it isn't stainless steel inside as I'm sure metal would cause all sorts or sparks ;-)
Our one is stainless inside so that doesn't cause sparking. It's funny I think I read somewhere that actually it is ok to have certain metal objects in microwave and doesn't cause sparking so I tried it one time with a piece of cutlery it was ok but things like foil are a nightmare.
Oh also this delonghi has a grill but that has never worked either..
Sounds like you should have gone and got a decent one!
#32
opencube
crazylegs
Wish they just had a dial rather than all the fathing about with buttons and a display
Far easier just turning the dial to 2 minutes and ping!
The real question is
Is it stainless inside or is it painted!
It works like this...

Press power setting to choose wattage.

High 950w
Med 600w
Low 400

Etc

Then you turn the dial for the time u want to cook then press start. Also has a simple child lock on it too which is handy.

Inside its power coated of some sort.

I presume it isn't stainless steel inside as I'm sure metal would cause all sorts or sparks ;-)
Like I said n my previous post turn the dial and ping..Done..
No messing about selecting power settings etc etc

Oh and my last microwave was stainless inside and out, they don't rust like the painted inside ones do after 12 months or more
2 Likes #33
opencube
crazylegs
Wish they just had a dial rather than all the fathing about with buttons and a display
Far easier just turning the dial to 2 minutes and ping!
The real question is
Is it stainless inside or is it painted!

It works like this...

Press power setting to choose wattage.

High 950w
Med 600w
Low 400

Etc

Then you turn the dial for the time u want to cook then press start. Also has a simple child lock on it too which is handy.

Inside its power coated of some sort.

I presume it isn't stainless steel inside as I'm sure metal would cause all sorts or sparks ;-)


Alternatively you can set the memory to a power and predefined time (say 950w and 1 minute). Then just press memory button and start, easy! If you need more than 1 minute then turning the dial whilst cooking increases it in 1 minute increments.

Just replaced a Samsung (failed twice in 12 months) with this and generally happy. Very quiet, cooks quickly and light inside good but the dial feels a little scratchy (though more accurate than the knackered Samsung one!).
#34
opencube
I popped into the Dunstable store today where I got mine, and it looks like they have sold out.

They did have this one at a discounted price if anyone wanted to look at this as an alternative...


http://i.imgur.com/QDfB9yQ.jpg


http://i.imgur.com/gNTKFcS.jpg

Reduced from £70 to £50.


Think that's normally a little cheaper than the nn-sd271. It's only 800w non-inverter rather than 950w inverter and white rather than stainless.
#35
ahhh damn it, i paid so much for this a couple months back. But i got it within a few hours with amazon now lol. Excellent microwave, wanted to go bigger but this is perfect, top of the line in a small package.
#36
adski
Would never buy Panasonic microwave, Had one, bust 3 times in a year, First time after 1 month. Terrible customer service.
You've been unlucky.
Panasonic microwaves are THE BEST.
and I say this as a fact not opinion,go ask anyone who knows about white appliances.
1 Like #37
A true bargain,Panasonic microwave ovens are the best in business,this price is a steal.
#38
Tequila
A true bargain,Panasonic microwave ovens are the best in business,this price is a steal.


True, but really, in your opinion, no, not in your opinion, in absolute FACT, which brand of microwave oven do you consider to be the best? By the way, I'm looking for fact not opinion here. Thanks
#39
Is it a Vestel. :)
#40
£45 for this microwave is an absolute bargain

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