The new convection inverter microwaves from Panasonic claim to cook your food evenly every single time.
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Panasonic’s Product Manager for Microwaves, Aki Yamamoto said, “Panasonic is excited to add these three models to our already extensive range of microwave ovens, offering consumers not only Panasonic’s exclusive Inverter cooking technology that ensures delicious meals are easy to prepare, but also bringing sophistication and style into the kitchen.”
The NN-ST679M and NN-ST669W feature Panasonic’s Genius Sensor with One Touch Sensor Cooking and One Touch Sensor Reheat. This effective function provides pre-programmed cooking and reheating cycles for your favourite dishes such as chicken, rice and fish, adjusting the cooking times and power levels to precisely match the food being cooked.
Alternatively, reheating can be achieved by simply touching the Sensor Reheat button and the microwave will calculate the ideal reheating time.
The new Panasonic Inverter Microwaves also include turbo defrost, child lock, variable power levels and an easy-to-read LCD display.
Each of the new models incorporates Panasonic’s exclusive Inverter cooking technology. Rather than pulsing heat on or off, Panasonic’s Inverter microwaves maintain power throughout the cooking process, where the power level is subtly changed during the cooking process to keep the food temperature constant.
Inverter cooking technology circuits are also smaller and more lightweight than traditional microwave components, allowing Panasonic to offer more compact microwaves that have more internal space and larger turntables to accommodate a range of dish sizes for greater versatility.
The new microwaves will be available from late July with the following RRP: $239 (NN-ST659W), $299 (NN-ST669W), $359 (NN-ST679M).