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    Customer Reviews - Panasonic NN-ST48KSBPQ 32 Litre Microwave - Stainless Steel

    Customer Reviews - Panasonic NN-ST48KSBPQ 32 Litre Microwave - Stainless Steel

    Panasonic NN-ST48KSBPQ 32 Litre Microwave - Stainless Steel
    • 32 litre capacity - great for medium-sized households
    • Automatically sets the ideal cooking time for each meal
    • Steady cooking power for even results
    • Junior Menu makes healthy meals and snacks for the kids
    • Minute minder alerts you when your food is ready
    4.9 / 5

    Good size

    Not yet used all the functions and may never will but my priority was a microwave that I could actually stand ready meal packs like rice properly! This dose that!
    Sam Riva

    Very pleased

    We are very pleased with our new microwave oven. The extra space inside, compared to our old one, is very handy. It makes it much easier to put in and take out larger cooking containers. The control panel is very good. The interior lighting is good. We haven't tried the fancier programs yet. So far we haven't come across any aspect which we don't like

    Best microwave I've had!

    Love the operation with buttons to set the level (1000, 800 etc) and the brushed stainless steel finish looks sleek and would fit any kitchen decor.

    Awesome microwave.

    The Panasonic NN-ST48KSBPQ 32 Litre Microwave - Stainless Steel microwave is like a Tardis, it's small on the outside and large on the inside (32 litres) and isn't too heavy to move to clean underneath. It's 1000 watt power rating cooks food quickly and evenly and doesn't seem to burn the edges like my old microwave did. The only minor issue I have is the labels on the buttons can be difficult to read in low light. However, after three days use I know what the buttons do without having to read the button labels. Very pleased with the microwave and would certainly recommend it as a replacement for your old microwave.

    Easy to use & versatile.

    Great product at a reasonable price. Easy understandable plain English instructions. Huge cavity for the food. Easy self explanatory buttons on the front. Child lock is a must. Neat looking. Only downside is the stainless steel finish needs to be constantly cleaned. Overall highly recommend!

    Looks good

    Replacement for 25 year old Panasonic microwave, hoping the new one will be as good a servant. Disappointed the interior is not also stainless steel.

    New Panasonic microwave

    I replaced my last microwave with this new Panasonic NN-ST48KSBPQ32Litre I chose this particular model mainly because it is stainless steel which is easy to keep clean and goes with most decor’s. On opening up the box and reading the instructions I am afraid they are not simple to understand unless you are a Panasonic service engineer and that I am not just an 82 year old pensioner but I have fumbled my way to find a way of using it that may not be how completely the way the manufacturer intended it to be used . How ever the microwave is excellently made easy to clean and with more use I will find my way around how to use the machine in the way it is intended to be used .
    derek sowerby

    Excellent - eventually

    Arrived on time as predicted. Took it out of the box - and the door wouldn't open. The linkage between the button and the lock seemed to have dropped off. Called Panasonic, who quickly determined it needed to be replaced. Called AO, who arranged a replacement delivery in two days. New one arrived on time - and it's wonderful. Effective heating, with no dead times on low power, easy chaining of powers and times, the Chaos Defrost seems to work very well. My only complaint so far is that whatever time I program in, when I open the door to get the item out, the handle is always at the back, i.e. it seems that on 10 second time resolution, the turntable always makes N+½ revolutions. Perhaps Panasonic could alter the programming in future so the turntable always makes an integer number of revolutions?
    Roger Fentiman