Excerpt: If you’re looking to save a few pennies in today’s tight financial climate, but you need a new microwave, you might want to think about a Sanyo EM-S105AW. While not exactly packed with extra features, it’s a very serviceable model that should hold up well in the marketplace, and …
Excerpt: Now, I've never been a fan of microwaves as growing up my mom was somewhat of an addict to it - heating up her food once it was cooked (?!) so that it was blisteringly hot somewhat freaked me out. Then when she got divorced she gave it to her ex and microwaves became somewhat taboo in our house.. (weird i know) That, coupled with a fear of microwaves giving me cancer (inherited from my dad - great family huh?) made me not be a big fan of microwaves.
Excerpt: My old microwave met a rather unfortunate end last week, so we decided to go buy this one and didn't want to spend to much money. Looking at my other reviews you wouldn't be wrong in saying I'm somewhat of a techhead - but microwaves never really tickled my fancy so I wasn't itching for the latest and greatest model. This Sanyo fits the bill quite nicely, it's really really simple - just two dials for power and time. What more could be easier?
Excerpt: Intro After recently having had revamped our kitchen it soon became apparent that the old Microwave was sadly no longer fitting in with our new design. We don't really use microwave technology very often but we do frequently use it for our frothed milk for those special coffees. For this reason we decided not to pay too much for the new one and had a quick butchers round what was on offer.
Summary: Good Points: Pretty good microwave. My main concern was that we wouldn't be able to fit our rather large dinner plates into it but we can. Very straightforward to use and cheap.
Pros: Pretty good microwave. My main concern was that we wouldn't be able to fit our rather large dinner plates into it but we can. Very straightforward to use and cheap. I'm very happy with the purchase
Excerpt: Introduction A couple of years ago we were faced with the prospect of setting up a second home when we bought a static caravan at the seaside, everything from cutlery to bedding was needed and as anyone who has ever set up a home from scratch before will know that this can end up becoming a costly exercise.
The reason its cheap is because it lacks quality performance
8 March 2011
Excerpt: I'm not a fan of Sanyo products but when my brother borrowed my faithful microvave and blew it up, I needed a fast replacement so I didnt have the time to do my homework. I went to Amazon to find the cheapest one available so I found the Sanyo EM- S105AW. I was attracted to the sparkling white color its designed with plus the fact that it doesn't have a lot of complicated and fancy electronic buttons so that made me hit the buy button.
Wish i had spent more cash as i will need to replace this one very soon
5 December 2010
Excerpt: In the 10 years i have lived with my wonderful husband, we have been the owners of 3 microwave ovens. The 1st was inherited from a deceased elderly relative. It had one function. Cook till it binged. The 2nd one was marginally better. My auntie purchased it for us from her catalogue, and it was great till i noticed that it wasn't heating the food that i put in it at all.
sanyo em-s105aw with 6 power levels and is available in white or silver
23 September 2010
Excerpt: When our old microwave broke my mother in law was just getting her kitchen done and luckily had just bought a new one so we took her old one being the sanyo em-s105aw. I am so gratful that she gave us it as it works a treat and saved us money too. As we got given the microwave I am not sure how much was paid for it but on the internet the price seems to range darastically from £40.99 to £74 so I would definitely recommend you look around before you buy.