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Costway 0.7Cu.ft Retro Countertop Microwave Oven 700W LED Display Glass Turntable Red

Item# SPM15589099924 | Model# EP23853RE | Added on September 20, 2019 |
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Costway 0.7Cu.ft Retro Countertop Microwave Oven 700W LED Display Glass Turntable Red
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Description
Our microwave oven with delicate and retro appearance is very suitable for small apartments, dormitories and studios to use! This retro microwave oven is equipped with 5 adjustable microwave power levels and 360° rotating glass turntable to ensure that the food is heated evenly. 8 automatic cooking modes can meet your different heating needs, saving more time and improving efficiency for your busy life. With the thoughtful child lock design, the operation panel can be locked to prevent your baby from harming.

Features:
5 microwave power level (100% to 20%) to meet your diverse needs
Rotating glass plate for 360 degree uniform heating
8 default cooking menus for popular foods such as pizza, potatoes, etc.
Delayed start function brings convenience and efficiency to your life
Exquisite and retro appearance to attract people's attention
Child lock design to lock control panel for protecting you and your family members
Easy-to-operate control panel for all ages to use
LED display to show the remaining cooking time clearly
Three sounds to remind you after cooking
Maximum capacity can reach 0.7 Cu. Ft (About 20L)
Suitable for small apartments, studios, dorms
Easy storage and carrying with compact and lightweight design
Equipped with ETL and UL certification

Specifications?
Color: Red
Material: Steel + Glass
Overall Dimension: 18"×14"×10"(L×W×H)
Turntable Diameter: 9.5"
Net weigh: about 23 lbs
Capacity: 0.7 Cu. Ft (About 20L)
Output Power: 700W
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