Panasonic has launched its latest convection, grill and combination cooking microwave, complete with Genius Sensor and ‘One-Push Reheating’ technology, which takes the guesswork out of reheating.
The stainless steel 34L Inverter Combi Microwave Oven boasts a new award-winning, intelligent slimline design – with the fan being moved to inside the top of the unit to reduce bulk and create room for a spacious 36cm turntable.
The 34L Inverter Combi Microwave Oven is now available for $769 from leading consumer electronics retailers.
Despite the increase in the space inside, the overall size manages to still be about 15% smaller than conventional combination ovens – giving users more space on the kitchen bench to use as needed.
The specialised Genius Sensor monitors humidity levels to achieve optimal heating and cooking results without the guesswork.
It also includes a ‘One-Push Reheating’ button, which instructs the Genius Sensor to calculate the appropriate reheating time required automatically.
Several Auto Menus also work with the Genius Sensor, meaning the correct cooking or reheating time is applied without needing to select the power, time or weight.
“Our latest convection, grill and combination microwave is packed with convenient features, making it perfect for busy families with fussy eater or individuals on-the-go,” said Samantha Dawson, product marketing manager, microwaves, Panasonic Australia.
“We’re confident that the new, slimline Panasonic NN-CD87 model will appeal to people who are after versatility, space in the kitchen, and a high-quality solution for efficient and healthy cooking.”