Summary: Panasonic microwaves always get great reviews from Which Magazine. This one is okay, but complicated to use and doesn't do the job of reheating and defrosting as well as my previous turntable model. It is easy to overcook things when defrosting and I don't think it's going to be staying long...
Summary: I love my new stylish microwave, it is everything I want in a microwave, I have stood it on a non slip mat bought on a roll from a Ã‚Â£1 style shop. I don't see this as a Con as all the microwaves I have ever bought slip on work tops. Would recommend this highly!
Summary: We nearly didn't buy this model. We saw some reviews (including at least one on another website) that rubbished it to the hilt; but we especially wanted one without a turntable so gritted our teeth and ordered. We are not disappointed. It is much larger than a standard 27-litre because there is no turntable. This also makes it simplicity itself to clean. The buttons are simple. We saw, somewhere, that people with long fingernails tended to make holes in the buttons.
Summary: We have had Panasonic microwave ovens before and they were excellent. We went for the flatbed inverter last time and what a mistake - it is useless. It takes ages to heat food and the so called Turbo Reheat is a joke. The working area is good but that is about the only positive thing I can say about it. The device is overpriced - over hyped and not value for money.