PANASONIC NN-ST46KBBPQ Solo Microwave - Black £159 @ Curry's/PCWorld

PANASONIC NN-ST46KBBPQ Solo Microwave - Black £159 @ Curry's/PCWorld

Posted 12th Aug
Get ideal results every time with the Genius sensor

Take the guesswork out of cooking with the Panasonic NN-ST46KBBPQ Solo Microwave. The smart Genius sensor automatically works out the ideal cooking time and power for your food by detecting the vapour released from your food - no more checking your meal every two minutes to see if it's ready to eat.

There are also 25 auto cook programs to choose from, so you can do everything from melting chocolate for a cake to cooking fresh vegetables for a delicious Sunday roast. No more guesswork, just effortless cooking. Plus, you can offer the kids a healthy diet using the pre-programed Junior Menu. Choose from vegetable puree, fruit puree and porridge to treat the little ones.

Forgotten to defrost those sausages before dinner? No worries - simply use the Chaos defrost function to quickly thaw your food without accidentally starting to cook it.

Large capacity to help you cook more at once

If you're cooking for the whole family, the large 32 litre capacity makes it easier to cook enough food for everyone. A wide 34 cm turntable provides plenty of space for your dishes, so you won't have to cook everything separately.

Keep your family safe using the child lock

If you have kids running around while you're cooking, you'll want to keep the safe. The NN-ST46KBBPQ Microwave's child lock prevents little fingers from playing with the settings, so you can prepare meals with confidence.
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Voted hot for 32 lites. Not the usual 15- 17 litre mini microwave s listed here
Chaos defrost is genius with Panasonic. Specify food type and weight and gets it just right without cooking
probably should have stated the 32 litre capacity in title as without reading the whole thing it appears to be expensive for just a microwave.
Now 165 at currys 144 at boots kitchen appliances .
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