Panasonic has added two new inverter microwaves to its range, with each featuring new Flatbed technology that eliminates the need for a conventional turntable.
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Without the turntable, the Panasonic NN-CF770M and NN-SF550W has greater space inside the Microwave, allowing users to fit oblong shaped or larger dishes without increasing the overall footprint of the unit.
Panasonic Autralia’s Product Manager for Microwaves, Aki Yamamoto said, “The Flatbed Technology is an exciting new feature of the Panasonic Microwave line up. Offering users greater capacity inside the unit, the removal of the turntable allows for those slightly more awkward or larger dishes to be placed inside with ease and means less cleaning – which is always a plus.”
Panasonic’s Inverter cooking technology provides greater cooking control to deliver more evenly cooked food. The NN-CF770M provides the ultimate combination – a conventional Microwave plus convection and grill cooking, all in one compact design.
Both the NN-CF770M and NN-SF550W feature a sophisticated and elegant look to suit any modern Australian kitchen. The NN-CF770M also boasts a flawless metallic silver finish with a half mirror door.
The new Panasonic Inverter Microwaves also include turbo defrost, child lock, variable power levels and an easy-to-read LCD display.
The new microwaves will be available in May from home appliance retailers. The NN-CF770M is available for $719, while the NN-SF550W is available for $249.