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Panasonic microwave keep warm feature?

Posted by pumpkinhouse (My Page) on
Wed, Aug 7, 13 at 17:51

Anyone have this? Could it replace a warming drawer? I realize it might be smaller than a warming drawer, and then of course you would have to remove the warming food if you'd need to use the microwave. But I could live with that to save about a grand on a warming drawer.

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RE: Panasonic microwave keep warm feature?

i have it and have used it occasionally - Drawbacks are exactly what you said - smaller than a warming drawer, and you have to remove the warming food to use the microwave for other things. But it does keep the food warm, in a comparable way to a warming drawer, IMHO. How often would you use it? Is saving 1000K a big factor to you?
I did not have a warming drawer until recently when I did a mini reno of my kitchen and got a GE Profile slide-in induction range that comes with the warming drawer. Nice feature, but I lived without it for 30 years.

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