Sharp R890Slm Family Combination Oven In Silver/Black £125 @ Asda Direct - HotUKDeals
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Hi all,
have been looking around for a new combination microwave and was looking at this one on the John Lewis web site and was £169, looked around a bit more & got the price down to around £150 and then quite by accident found the same one on the Asda Direct web site for £125 but you can get it down to £120.05 by using one of the codes on the voucher bit on this site.. KISOX1 Just thought id ad the Catalogue number:155-0554
I do hope this is of intrest to you bargain hunters, bye for now and wishing you all a happy new year..

ps cant seem to add a image/ web address http://direct.asda.com/Sharp-Combination-Microwave/001550554,default,pd.html
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#1
mumbojumbo
It states 23 litres on the website, but 25 litres on the box!


The simplest thing would be for you to lie it on it's back, open the door and pour water in from a jug. ..

Actually I do need a new microwave (so I can take the old one into work and stop using the one in the staffroom to defrost mice and melt agar)
#2
Sharp are not the most reliable microwaves,(LCD display seems to go far too often!) but I am now on to my second combi model (R879) for one feature NONE of the other combis seem to have (inc. some much more expensive ones) that is a top AND bottom grill - it means combinations of microwave plus top and bottom grill produced great effects on many foods very quickly, without waiting for the warm up of the convection oven.

Wouldn't be without one now.

Full spec of this one here: http://www.sharp.co.uk/Combination-microwaves/R890SLM-26ltr-Combination-Microwave-with-Double-Grill/invt/r890slm
#3
nihcaj, thats why iv opted for this one, i like the sound of the top and bottom grills and looking forward to getting the pizza's in there.
Had an LG before and not good, had it about 5 min's and started making a terrible noise, all though still works, i rang LG but they were not intrested in sending somebody out, no they wanted me to box it up and have it picked up, i tryed explaining that id bought it as my other one had packed up and i could'nt go with out one as just had a new addition to the family, were they intrested NO. So another one on the list to never buy from again...lol
#4
Which voucher code works? Both failed for me but then they are for specific departments so not a surprise.
#5
sca1972, the one i used was KISOX1 and took the price down to £120.05, but i do have to pick it up at my local Asda, which lucky for me is 5 mins away..
#6
colston
sca1972, the one i used was KISOX1 and took the price down to £120.05, but i do have to pick it up at my local Asda, which lucky for me is 5 mins away..


Just tried that and it says invalid code. I also have a store nearby so will be collecting it from the store.

I guess I will just have to make do with 2.5% cashback from Topcashback.
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colston;7350148
nihcaj, thats why iv opted for this one, i like the sound of the top and bottom grills and looking forward to getting the pizza's in there.


Very good for fresh or frozen pizza.... mine has input for the weight & whether fresh or frozen, although I prefer to give it about 2 to 3 mins extra just on top and bottom grill after that to make sure it is well browned and particularly not soggy!
(even works reasonably on that setting for reheating some pastry goods!)

With the bottom grill, there is only one drawback - a slight tendency to burn-on any dripped food, so I actually have the turntable lined with a reusable Teflon baking sheet cut to size, and more recently got a mesh pizza baking grid (from Aldi I think it was) which stops some of the dripping through too, (and is good for smaller items like samosas or sausage rolls when reheating so they don't fall through the grill) yet still get the heat from the bottom grill which gives a crisp base on the cooked food

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