FAMILY-SIZE MICROWAVE OVEN: The Oster 1.6-cu. ft. countertop microwave oven features 1000 watts of power and 10 power levels for no-hassle heating, reheating, and defrosting of food.
ONE-TOUCH SETTINGS: 9 Quick Cook settings include all your favorites - popcorn, potato, pizza, beverage, frozen dinner, reheat, fresh vegetable, frozen vegetable, and soup.
CONVENIENT FEATURES: This stylish kitchen solution includes a 12.4-inch glass turntable system, green LCD menu action screen, clock, independent timer, defrost by time / weight, express cook, and minute plus.
CHILD LOCK: Our programmable child lock prevents unsupervised operation to keep children safe (Stop/Reset button).
DIMENSIONS: Countertop size is 18.5 D 21.75 W 12.25 H inches @ 38.4 lbs. / Oven Cavity is 17 D 15.75 W 9.8 H inches
Family-size 1.6-cu. ft. countertop microwave oven features 1000 watts of power
Includes turntable system (12.4-inch glass plate on roller ring) for uniform cooking results
Large capacity & high power are ideal for preparing big meals for families on the go
Green LCD menu action screen displays clock, cooking time, power, indicators, and food weight
9 Quick Cook settings: popcorn, potato, pizza, beverage, frozen dinner, reheat, fresh vegetable, frozen vegetable, soup
10 variable power levels (Power button) and multi-stage cooking (Cook button) for customized recipes
Timer functions independently, even while a cooking program is in process
Cook by weight, defrost by weight, and defrost by time (Speed Defrost button)
Express button for instant results and Minute Plus button to add extra time in one-minute intervals
Programmable child lock prevents unsupervised operation (Stop/Reset button)
Oven Cavity Dimensions: 17 D 15.75 W 9.8 H inches
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