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Sharp Microwave @ Argos £43.19

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5y, 11m agoFound 5 years, 11 months ago
* Microwave power output 800 watts.
* 10 power settings.
* Auto start/cook.
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#1
nice thanx, heat added
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Two of the reviews on Argos say this doesn't have a clock! Strange as mine does. Another review complains because he cant set 15 seconds, only 10 seconds or 20 seconds.... .....please!!

A great microwave, has seconds button which is great for heating up that cuppa that went cold while you were busy etc. Also a great size inside as it took me ages to pick one from Comet Currys etc as loads of them were tiny inside and wouldn't even fit any of my dinner plates.

PS: Yes I did walk round all the stores with one of my dinner plates trying all the microwaves......got some strange looks :p

When I bought my toaster I walked round Currys etc with a Warburtons slice of bread, making sure it was big enough to toast the whole slice and not leave the top 2 inches untoasted!! Bet most of you would never go shopping with me LOL X)

Edited By: Caz42 on Jan 07, 2011 19:42
#3
It has a reheat cuppa button and it works well. Yes no clock but who needs it ? However it does have sequence cooking so you can program any delays needed. Great microwave for the money.
#4
zippy22
It has a reheat cuppa button and it works well. Yes no clock but who needs it ? However it does have sequence cooking so you can program any delays needed. Great microwave for the money.


Hmmm, must be a very early model then as had mine for about a year and its identical but has the clock above those top buttons. I never look at the clock anyway as my cooker has time on it.
1 Like #5
Was told by Sharp when I questioned the clock issue that the clock has been removed to comply or meet energy efficiency levels as the digital display goes off automatically after approx 10mins of none use rendering a clock pointless

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