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Microwave Drawer

Posted by chris82 (My Page) on
Tue, Nov 27, 12 at 13:10

I am debating on the 24" Sharp 1.0 Cu vs the 24" 1.2cu.microwave drawer

Is it worth the extra few hundred dollars to go with the larger unit.

Can you fit a baby bottle in either unit?


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RE: Microwave Drawer

Few hundred dollars?? At AJMadison the price difference is just under $50.

http://www.ajmadison.com/b.php/Sharp%3BDrawer%3BWidth%3A+19%22+-+23.9%22%3BMicrowaves/Ns~_price_with_promos_02_%7C0%3BN~28+4294836766+776+4294967286


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RE: Microwave Drawer

Do you mean the 30" drawer? I have the 24" drawer and love it. It work perfectly and fits everything in my kitchen. My kids warmed a bottle in it without the lid with no issues. It had been 10 years since I last purchased a MW and love all the new features.


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RE: Microwave Drawer

Do you have the 1.0 or 1.2 cu?

From reading the forum alot of people have bought from ebay with success on a refurbished model.


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RE: Microwave Drawer

There is another difference between these models, viz., the newer one (KB65xx models) have an automatic opening drawer, with a button on the controls to open or closed. The previous model, I understand, lacks this function.


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RE: Microwave Drawer

I have the KB-6524 and it is plenty big. Tell me how tall your bottles are and I will see if something that size will fit. My children are school aged, so no bottles here! :)


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