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The NN-T945SF is a higher-end, stainless-steel, countertop microwave oven from Panasonic.

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turbo defrost works fast and does a good job defrosting evenly without actually cooking the food

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cleaning it up is very easy, just needs a quick wipe-down with no scrubbing or scraping

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clean looking design, nice lines and flush stainless-steel door open button

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one-touch sensor cooking seems to work fairly consistently

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easy to use, even guests in the home will immediately know what to do without instruction

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the latch system for the door is made of plastic that seems flimsy next to all of the stainless steel

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frequent reports of the unit just dying one day without warning

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The NN-T945SF is a higher-end, stainless-steel, countertop microwave oven from Panasonic. The 2.2 cu. ft. unit, with a maximum power of 1250 W, features Panasonic's 'Inverter Technology', which aims to transmit energy in a consistent, uniform manner, resulting in superior cooking, as heat is transmitted evenly. Other features include Turbo Defrost, which Panasonic says defrosts food faster than previous defrost functions, as well as a setting to keep foods warm or soups at a simmer by emitting very low levels of power. The unit also sets power levels and cooking times automatically for 18 pre-programmed food items, and for reheated items with a sensor. Finally, the NN-T945SF features moderately upscale aesthetics, with a reflective black front and touch panel in addition to a sleek stainless steel finish.

  • 2.2 cu. ft.
  • 1250 W maximum output power
  • Stainless steel
  • Inverter Technology
  • Touch panel
  • Turbo Defrost
  • Quick Minute
  • Keep-warm function
  • One-touch sensor cooking
  • 10 power levels
  • 5 cooking stages
  • 18 pre-programmed food items
  • 36.0 lbs
  • 14 x 23 x 19
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11/16/2011 09:27

I bought this unit when it first hit the shelves (2006 i believe) it is now nov of 2011 and its still kickin just like the day i bought it. I have had zero problems and i love it!!! lets just hope i didnt jinx myself :)

05/07/2011 07:03

Latch button constantly stuck. Exchanged for a new one because I liked the looks of it. Finally in March of 2011 (had it for only approx 2 years)it would not close, button stuck & latch broke

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