ALDI Microwave Black 700w 17L *REDUCED* to £39.99 instore
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ALDI Microwave Black 700w 17L *REDUCED* to £39.99 instore

£39.99£44.9911%Aldi Deals
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Posted 9th AprLocal
Got sent out to grab one of these for the dragon-in-law. When I got there they'd been further reduced to £39.99. Had loads in stock but not sure if it's nationwide. Seems like a decent price at £44.99 for a cheap microwave, even better at £39.99. Had half decent reviews too. Enjoy

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  • Colour:
Black

  • Cord Length:
    1m (approx.)

  • Dimensions:
    25.8 x 44 x 33.5 cm (approx.)

  • Power:
    700W

  • Settings:
    70, 210, 350, 560, and 700W

Features
  • 8 auto cooking programs
  • Rotary glass tray
  • Defrost function
  • Digital clock display
  • LED display
  • 95 minute digital timer
  • Cooking end signal
  • Interior light
  • Child lock
  • 5 Microwave power levels (70, 210, 350, 560, 700W)

Guarantee/Warranty
3 years

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20 Comments
Added heat just for the description, made me chuckle!
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I am not sure she'll fit. Will you be chopping her up first??
Doesn't seem to tell you the size in Litres, personally I think a tiny microwave is a hopeless microwave. I remember when all micros were veritable monsters
louiselouise4 m ago

Doesn't seem to tell you the size in Litres, personally I think a tiny …Doesn't seem to tell you the size in Litres, personally I think a tiny microwave is a hopeless microwave. I remember when all micros were veritable monsters



37428694-E1pCT.jpg37428694-q07g6.jpgLooked alright to me sizewise. Large celebrations box for referance
deleted129396009/04/2019 15:23

I am not sure she'll fit. Will you be chopping her up first??


I was going to parboil her first in her cauldron
joel_693 m ago

[Image] [Image] Looked alright to me sizewise. Large celebrations box for …[Image] [Image] Looked alright to me sizewise. Large celebrations box for referance



Doesn't look that big, though I have a huge combi microwave. With my last microwave I couldn't put Covent Garden soup cartons in - it just about took a dinner plate width-wise.

I'm looking out for one for my niece but I'd prefer it to be 30L or so.

Appreciate the photo, though!
Edited by: "louiselouise" 9th Apr
Size is 17 litres, ( zoom in on photo) quite small, 20 litres is the normal size.
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joel_6914 m ago

I was going to parboil her first in her cauldron



If you have one, a cast iron or stainless steel cauldron on an inductive heating plate is MUCH quicker; she might spoil whilst waiting for the water to heat up otherwise.

Word of caution, old dragons dont usually need seasoning, as they can be pretty salty to start with.
divebaba31 m ago

Size is 17 litres, ( zoom in on photo) quite small, 20 litres is the …Size is 17 litres, ( zoom in on photo) quite small, 20 litres is the normal size.


Yep, standard nowadays seems to be 20l/800w so this is small on both counts.

Big, powerful microwaves aren't popular anymore, probably because people finally accepted they were never going to do more than cook frozen veg or reheat ready meals and leftovers rather than all the fancy stuff that the manufacturers say they can do.
You can definitely get ready meals and beans in it I've got one and it's fine 😋
Saw a cheap Russell Hobbs 23 litre for around £60 in Sainsbury's.
This went hot and mine for 23 Litres / 800W for £10 more didn't went hot. ...Boooo :)))
danflorin337 m ago

This went hot and mine for 23 Litres / 800W for £10 more didn't went hot. …This went hot and mine for 23 Litres / 800W for £10 more didn't went hot. ...Boooo :)))


Yea but I mentioned killing the mother-in-law - always a firm favourite that one
Handy for storing your keyless start car keys in, to stop the car being nicked by a thief with a scanner!
danflorin31 h, 34 m ago

This went hot and mine for 23 Litres / 800W for £10 more didn't went hot. …This went hot and mine for 23 Litres / 800W for £10 more didn't went hot. ...Boooo :)))


I saw yours but it has a bit of poor reviews.
Iv sent my panasonic off to Amazon as it started to show smoke within 10 seconds. Il see what happens, a fix or replacement which I doubt as Amazon have stopped selling it.
b1g1an14 h, 12 m ago

Yep, standard nowadays seems to be 20l/800w so this is small on both …Yep, standard nowadays seems to be 20l/800w so this is small on both counts. Big, powerful microwaves aren't popular anymore, probably because people finally accepted they were never going to do more than cook frozen veg or reheat ready meals and leftovers rather than all the fancy stuff that the manufacturers say they can do.


If anyone uses microwave utensils like me, only above 28 - 30 litres fits.
Misslovely9 h, 0 m ago

I saw yours but it has a bit of poor reviews. Iv sent my panasonic off to …I saw yours but it has a bit of poor reviews. Iv sent my panasonic off to Amazon as it started to show smoke within 10 seconds. Il see what happens, a fix or replacement which I doubt as Amazon have stopped selling it.


Well...I hope is not the case for this one. Already 12 hours old and no issues or smoke so far:)))
sam_of_london2 h, 34 m ago

If anyone uses microwave utensils like me, only above 28 - 30 litres fits.


Precisely my point, most don't
Same price in mine but they were hidden behind the wall where tills are!
louiselouise9th Apr

Doesn't look that big, though I have a huge combi microwave. With my last …Doesn't look that big, though I have a huge combi microwave. With my last microwave I couldn't put Covent Garden soup cartons in - it just about took a dinner plate width-wise.I'm looking out for one for my niece but I'd prefer it to be 30L or so.Appreciate the photo, though!


"Covent Garden soup cartons".
Yes, I'm looking for one that will fit the above. Trouble is, don't have enough space for a large microwave.
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