Russell Hobbs RHM2061B Manual 20L solo microwave @ Tesco direct - £40
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Russell Hobbs RHM2061B Manual 20L solo microwave @ Tesco direct - £40

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Found 4th Jan 2015
The RHM2060B Russell Hobbs black microwave is modern and has a stylish mirror door finish. It is powered by 800W, 5 power levels, including defrost and features a 35 minute timer with a cooking end signal providing quick and convenient cooking in your home. We believe the kitchen is the heart of the home so this microwave features a removable glass turn table for easy cleaning and a simple, functional manual control dial.

Was £60 before.

4 Comments

Wonder if this one has the super-cool function like mine did? Everyone loves a microwave blowing up in your face!

Wouldn't touch Russell Hobbs again, after they allowed people to continue buying and using a batch of their Steamglide irons...when they knew for over a year that they were dangerous and people were getting severe electrical burns from their faulty irons.

bbc.co.uk/pro…bvp

I'm sure this product might be safe, however I would not trust a company that knowingly leaves it's customers at risk for over a year.
Edited by: "SoggyBeans" 4th Jan 2015

OOS.

SoggyBeans

Wouldn't touch Russell Hobbs again, after they allowed people to continue … Wouldn't touch Russell Hobbs again, after they allowed people to continue buying and using a batch of their Steamglide irons...when they knew for over a year that they were dangerous and people were getting severe electrical burns from their faulty irons.http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p02dkbvpI'm sure this product might be safe, however I would not trust a company that knowingly leaves it's customers at risk for over a year.



I didn't know about that recall. But then I wouldn't because I vowed to never buy a RH product again after the dangerous kettle handle fiasco Where as I recall they knew there was a problem for at least a year - they even had an internal recall to repair faulty ones that hadn't been sent to retailers - but didn't bother to tell consumers until it was taken up by Trading Standards. They are still a shabby and untrustworthy company obviously.
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