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Sharp Microwave drawer?

Posted by akcorcoran (My Page) on
Mon, Jan 14, 13 at 12:34


I'm posting my questions under separate posts since they are different genres of appliances. I really appreciate your feedback!

We like the use of an under-counter microwave drawer for our newly remodeled kitchen and have no space restraints. I know that Sharp manufactures the Wolf drawer microwave so we do not want to spend on the Wolf.

We are looking at the Insight-Pro 30" "Easy Open" Microwave Drawer (want to have option to auto open or open manually. We have kids!) KB-6525PS

I have heard some great things about easier usage but the drawer technology and usage is relatively new. Would love to hear your thoughts!


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RE: Sharp Microwave drawer?

I posted a somewhat similar thread you may find useful

Here is a link that might be useful: Undercounter microwaves

RE: Sharp Microwave drawer?

Thanks - I posted a question/response there. I appreciate it!

RE: Sharp Microwave drawer?

I think I have the choices narrowed down. Let's see what you think.

Kitchen aid - kews105bss
Dacor- ewd36sch
Thermodore- wdc36j
GE - ptd 915smss

I know the kitchen aid has a slow cook feature.

I am not sure if these models are old numbers and have been discontinued.

The interior dimensions/cubic feet are about the same.
I think they all have the same features: auto off, light to show it is on, moist/dry, proofing, 90-250 degrees.

What else do I need to look for?
I am so confused.

Then I read about a microwave drawer that has a warming drawer feature. I can't imagine it would work as well or be as large inside.
Help! peke

RE: Sharp Microwave drawer?

Sorry, this went on the wrong thread.,

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