The NN-CD671M and NN-CT651M Feature One-Touch Cooking and Abundant Auto Cook Menu's
Dubai, United Arab Emirates, 11th July 2013 – Panasonic's new 27 liter, NN-CD671M and NN-CT651M microwaves both feature One-Touch Cooking and abundant auto cook menus. The NN-CD671M also features a dial control for easier operation.
The new microwaves are designed to takes the guess work out of cooking meals in a microwave by automatically adjusting power levels and calculating cooking time, (or reheating time with Sensor Reheat) for different types of food, allowing a user to cook a meal perfectly with the push of a button.
The CD671M can facilitate 131 cooking menu's where as the CT651 features 101 cooking options. Both the microwaves also come complete with a 1400W grill.
Panasonic's new microwaves also include the company's proprietary Inverter Technology™, which provides constant energy flow that variably adjusts the power intensity so food is cooked evenly.
Other microwaves use 100% power all the time, but repeatedly turn the energy on and off in lower power settings resulting in cold spots and uneven cooking. Instead, Panasonic's consistent and precise heat provides more control while cooking, reheating and defrosting.
The Panasonic NN-CD671M and NN-CT651M Microwaves also feature Inverter Turbo Defrost™, allowing users to defrost foods extremely fast by using a sequencing system that incorporates the Inverter low-power delivery feature.
Furthermore, the Keep Warm Function provides a pulsing delivery of very low microwave power to keep food temperatures at a constant level – without overcooking. So, foods like stew, gravy, and desserts remain warm in the oven until ready to serve.
Equipped with spacious interior cavities the new Microwaves allow users to cook large dishes without taking up additional counter space. The Sleek, stainless steel exterior fits within the decor of modern kitchens and the embossed tactile control panel design delivers a slight resistance and enhances feedback when pressed for quicker, more intuitive touch-sensitive operation.