Sharp R98ST 900 Watt 40L Combination Microwave Oven With 1400w Grill in Stainless Steel £179.99 @ Beyond television - HotUKDeals
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Sharp R98ST 900 Watt 40L Combination Microwave Oven With 1400w Grill in Stainless Steel £179.99 @ Beyond television

£179.99 @ Beyond Television
Was looking for a large combi, came across this. Roughly £200 - 220 from most other retailers. £180 delivered. Description from Amazon. Product Features * Touch control operation * Huge … Read More
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7y, 9m agoFound 7 years, 9 months ago
Was looking for a large combi, came across this. Roughly £200 - 220 from most other retailers. £180 delivered.
Description from Amazon.
Product Features
* Touch control operation
* Huge 40 Litre Capacity with twin shelves for batch cooking
* Electronic timer with reversed (green on black) easier to read LCD display for precise cooking/defrosting
* Jet convection cooking (40°-250° C)
* Quartz Grill
* 5 Microwave power levels (Low, Defrost, Medium, Medium High, High)
* Express Cook, Express Defrost & Auto Cook automatic features
* Combination cooking functions (Microwave/Grill/Convection)
* Auto Minute Function, Auto Start Function, Easy wipe clean panel
* Pull handle door opening, Durable stainless steel exterior

Technical Details

900W (Microwave - IEC 60705)
Heating Category (E)
1400W (Quartz Grill)
Convection Heating (40°-250° C)
Oven Capacity 40 Litres (1.4 cu.ft)
Cooking Control (Touch)
Microwave Power Levels (5)
Express Cook Menus (3), Express Defrost Menus (3), Auto Cook Menus (8)
Dual Layer Cooking (Twin Shelves)
Timer - Max Input Mins/Secs (99.59)
Clock (Yes)
Auto Minute Function
Info Key
Interior Material (Stainless Steel)
Turntable Material (Enamel)
Outside Dimensions (W x H x D) 550 x 368 x 535mm
Inside Dimensions (W x H x D) 375 x 272 x 395mm
Approximate Weight (23Kg)
Stainless Steel Exterior
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#1
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#2
I found this integrated combi a while back and I have no complaints. Still on offer too, delivered for £166.83 from [url]www.thebigkitchencentre.com[/url] it's on the front page (just checked) MC41.

It has a good warranty too. 1yr labour and 5 yr parts. Good deal form me, voted the above cold because of my find sorry.
#3
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I found this integrated combi a while back and I have no complaints. Still on offer too, delivered for £166.83 from www.thebigkitchencentre.com it's on the front page (just checked) MC41.

It has a good warranty too. 1yr labour and 5 yr parts. Good deal form me, voted the above cold because of my find sorry.


Not even vaguely comparable. You couldn't be any further from the mark!
5 year PARTS warranty limits you to their labour costs for repairs- no bargain at all!

The cost/value in the one you quote is in the included integrated kit, not in the features - although these integration kits can be bought separately for Sharp or other maker's models anyway.

As an illustration, Aldi regularly do a convection grill microwave combi unit for the 50/60 aquid range, widely been discussed on this site, and it is directly comparable to the one you list, if you discount the integration kit - there is nothing special about low cost combination microwave units in themselves, it is the functionality they offer that makes the differnce, and the more basic models don't stack up compared to the best - I only wish they did, as I found when I tried to replace my old Sharp model with something that would have the same features :-(
Believe me, I did some real "homework," before deciding what to buy and I ended up with another model Sharp, not as big as this one, but a good bit cheaper, as smaller units ARE much cheaper)

For a start, this is an unknown brand, has a low power conventional grill not a 1400w Quartz type, but very specifically different is the SIZE - the Sharp is a large unit at 40 litres, you are pointing us to a tiny 28L model! As for functionality, (7 functions is very basic) the Sharp has the major advantage of DUAL grill - ie top AND bottom, now when you use combination programmes, the difference is dramatic, as it browns and crisps the BASE of foods cooked in it, in that respect it makes Sharp units hard to beat with any other make, I know I tried!
My only complaint about Sharp Microwaves is reliability, they seem prone to LCD display failure. as happened to my old model :-(

Reviews on the Sharp:
http://www.reevoo.com/reviews/mpn/sharp/r98st

Full info from Sharp site : http://www.sharp.co.uk/Combination-microwaves/R98STMA-40ltr-Stainless-Steel-Combination-Microwave/invt/r98stma
#4
Sorry I can't be bothered to read all that. It was not meant as a comparison it was just a deal I spotted, sorry you felt so strongly about it. Hey ho
#5
CTO;6203786
Sorry I can't be bothered to read all that. It was not meant as a comparison it was just a deal I spotted, sorry you felt so strongly about it. Hey ho


No, YOU made the comparison, not me.

You said you voted cold on the basis of that being a better deal. Voting a good deal cold and trying to persuade others to do so to without the decency of justifying what you say is what ruins this site :-(
#6
nihcaj
Not even vaguely comparable. You couldn't be any further from the mark!
5 year PARTS warranty limits you to their labour costs for repairs- no bargain at all!

The cost/value in the one you quote is in the included integrated kit, not in the features - although these integration kits can be bought separately for Sharp or other maker's models anyway.

As an illustration, Aldi regularly do a convection grill microwave combi unit for the 50/60 aquid range, widely been discussed on this site, and it is directly comparable to the one you list, if you discount the integration kit - there is nothing special about low cost combination microwave units in themselves, it is the functionality they offer that makes the differnce, and the more basic models don't stack up compared to the best - I only wish they did, as I found when I tried to replace my old Sharp model with something that would have the same features :-(
Believe me, I did some real "homework," before deciding what to buy and I ended up with another model Sharp, not as big as this one, but a good bit cheaper, as smaller units ARE much cheaper)

For a start, this is an unknown brand, has a low power conventional grill not a 1400w Quartz type, but very specifically different is the SIZE - the Sharp is a large unit at 40 litres, you are pointing us to a tiny 28L model! As for functionality, (7 functions is very basic) the Sharp has the major advantage of DUAL grill - ie top AND bottom, now when you use combination programmes, the difference is dramatic, as it browns and crisps the BASE of foods cooked in it, in that respect it makes Sharp units hard to beat with any other make, I know I tried!
My only complaint about Sharp Microwaves is reliability, they seem prone to LCD display failure. as happened to my old model :-(

Reviews on the Sharp:
http://www.reevoo.com/reviews/mpn/sharp/r98st

Full info from Sharp site : http://www.sharp.co.uk/Combination-microwaves/R98STMA-40ltr-Stainless-Steel-Combination-Microwave/invt/r98stma


nihcaj
No, YOU made the comparison, not me.

You said you voted cold on the basis of that being a better deal. Voting a good deal cold and trying to persuade others to do so to without the decency of justifying what you say is what ruins this site :-(


Hand firmly slapped. Many appologies I should of started a new deal :oops:

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