Sharp R-420LW Family-Size 1-2/5-Cubic-Foot Countertop
Countertop Microwave Oven
The box it came in.
width: 21 1/2"
depth: 16 1/2"
height: 12 1/4"
||Side view showing the depth.
||Installed and ready to use.
||Right side view.
||Left side view.
||Glue residue from sticker. This is hard to get off.
||Back view of the microwave.
||This is how far the door swings open.
width: 14 1/2"
depth: 14 1/2"
height: 8 1/2"
||The control panel of the microwave.
Sharp R-420LW Family-Size 1-2/5-Cubic-Foot
Countertop Microwave Oven, White
3.9 out of 5 stars See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
1100-watt family-size microwave oven with spacious 1-2/5-cubic-foot
capacity, 14-1/8-inch Carousel turntable; 7-digit, 2-color, lighted
display for easy programming
9 Sensor Cook settings; 3 one-touch sensor reheat options; 4 defrost
options; 11 power levels; Hot-water button; Keep Warm Plus; clock and
timer; demonstration mode; safety lock. Measures 17-1/2 by 21-5/8 by
12-3/8 inches; 1-year limited warranty
Product Dimensions: 23 x 27 x 15 inches ; 50 pounds
Shipping Weight: 37 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items
in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
Item model number: R-420LW
Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars See all reviews (22 customer
5 star: (8)
4 star: (10)
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Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #2,417 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in
Kitchen & Dining)
Amazon.com Product Description
With its spacious 1-2/5-cubic-foot capacity, this family-size microwave
oven offers an exceptionally convenient way to keep up with a busy
household. The unit's large 14-1/8-inch Carousel turntable can
accommodate a 9-by-13-inch casserole dish, while its user-friendly
control panel and seven-digit, two-color, lighted display with word
prompts ensure easy programming. Nine Sensor Cook settings make it
possible to cook popular microwave foods with the simple press of a
button--it adjusts the time and power level automatically. Choose from
baked potatoes, popcorn, fresh vegetables, ground meat, rice,
fish/seafood, frozen entrees, chicken breast, and frozen vegetables. It
also offers three one-touch sensor reheat options: fresh rolls/muffins,
frozen rolls/muffins, and beverage, as well as four defrost options:
ground meat, steaks/chops, boneless poultry, and bone-in poultry. The
countertop appliance also provides a hot-water button--great for making
a cup of tea, and Keep Warm Plus, which keeps hot foods hot up to 30
minutes at the end of the cooking cycle--without over-cooking. Other
highlights include 11 power levels, four programmable stages, a clock
and timer, demonstration mode, and a safety lock. The 1100-watt
microwave oven measures 17-1/2 by 21-5/8 by 12-3/8 inches and carries a
one-year limited warranty.
Get cooking convenience at the push of a button with Sharp's R-420LW
Countertop Microwave. 1100 watts of power cooks quickly and efficiently,
while Sensor Cooking takes the guess work out of making dinner.
Feedback & Comments
October 4, 2012
This oven is generally working well. It does a great job of reheating
with the auto sensor functions. The defrosting function also works well.
On the negative, the functions have some weird idiosyncrasies. If you
have the reminder beep function enabled (which I'm glad to finally have
in a microwave) if you use the timer, once the timer runs out, it
continues to reminder beep after the timer has expired. The only way to
clear the reminder is to open the oven door. This is ridiculous!! We
often like to use the timer for miscellaneous household uses. To have to
return to the kitchen to open the oven door and cancel the reminder beep
(every 15 seconds no less) is a stupid oversight someone should have
caught in programming. The first oven we received, by the way, had a
defective blower and had to be returned. It took us several weeks to get
a properly operating unit. So far it works reasonably well, but it seems
they still have some bugs to work out. From a boots on the ground
perspective, it works well, but a good quality GE product should not
have goofy problems we have experienced.
Authored By Mike Coviello (Tanner)
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