Lasts a long time best use of space and convenient
Vila Lind, Amazon
6 June 2014
Summary: I purchased my first one (same model) in White 20yrs ago. The turntable died when I cooked a Turkey in it. (my mistake) too much weight .. I purchased my second one 5 yrs ago and no problems. Love the baked enamel turntable. Easy to clean.. as are the Stainless steel walls. You can nuke your potatoe if you are in a hurry and then change to bake for 12 minutes to crisp up the shell.
Summary: We purchased a Sharp R930CS and a 27" installation kit back in 2001 when we installed our kitchen cabinets, and the microwave has been used extensively since then. There are a bunch of reviews here talking about how well this unit cooks, so I won't repeat any of that except to say that we have really loved this unit since we got it, and consider it one of the best purchases we have ever made.
Summary: This is the 3rd Sharp convection microwave oven that I have bought and used. As I use this oven constantly I am not surprised I have worn them out. I think this model is very good and I prefer using it to using my full size stove oven especially in summer. My only problem was that the first one sent was damaged and I had to return it for a replacement but Amazon service was very good and sent the replacement very quickly.
Summary: I made this purchased to replaced my built-in Whirlpool microwave. It operates just fine in less than 1 year, lucky it was still under warranty, so the HV DIODE (heating unit got replaced). Now, 3 years later, the piece of junk stoping heating up. This a expensive unit, it should not break down in less than 5 years... To replace the same unit that is no longer under warranty, it would cost about $150. I decided to go out and buy a microwave instead for under $150.
Summary: I got this oven built into the cabinets of my kitchen. The unit was manufactured feb 2013, bought july 2013 and by January 2014 stopped working. Contacting Sharp has been a very disappointing experience, similar to other reviewers: They've referred me to a "local" service shop, the ones they recommend do not service at home. This means disassembling the kitchen panels and carry the heavy unit to their center if I want to have it serviced under warranty.