Summary: I purchased this microwave for my office to heat up rice packs for my massage sessions. Fits well in the small space provided. Heats evenly. Sturdy construction. I ended up removing the glass plate and carousel doodad because the plate kept slipping and clanging around while rotating. Pretty much useless in that respect. My only complaint is how annoying the beep can be when finished heating.
Summary: I bought this microwave to heat my coffee. Other reviews were not too positive, but the price was cheap and it does heat coffe just fine. Touch pad is hard to read at some angles and requires pretty good pressure to press a digit. The door does not allow you to see through it to watch the progress of your meal, coffee or what-ever. The door is however a real good mirror so you can watch yourself frown while trying to see if your coffee is boiling over inside.
Summary: I bought this for my office and it does the job perfectly. It's small enough and it is really nice looking, with a stainless steel-type finish. Only thing that some people may not like is that the door is mirrored. some people like to keep an eye on their food while cooking to make sure it doesnt overflow or explode. I use the mirrored door to reapply my lipstick, so it all works out in the end.
Summary: A microwave is a microwave, right? When I bought this, it was the cheapest microwave that Amazon was offering. I moved into a really inexpensive apartment, and it didn't have a fridge or range. I found a used fridge that included delivery, but there wasn't any hookup for a range, so I figured this would get me by until I could do something more versatile. Bad news: some foods, they say not to cook them in a microwave with less than 1100 watts.