Even with several newcomers in the home electronics sector, leading brands have managed to stay at the top of the food chain. However, they have had to up their game to attract new followers
These are currently the leading brands in the microwave oven business.
The brand was founded over 80 years ago in Melbourne, Australia, where the kitchen appliances manufacturer came up with the first sandwich toaster.
After the success that followed the release, the company ventured into other kitchen appliance. Today, its products are sold all over the world.
Breville has made a name for itself for not only producing some of the best and most competitive kitchen appliances but also for excellent customer care.
One of their best sellers is Breville Quick Touch.
Breville Quick Touch, BMO734XL
This microwave looks like any other on the market, only without the numerous settings familiar with most units. It is quite large, with a 34-liter capacity and power at 1100 watts.
As for the settings, it has a sensor IQ that sets the food to either reheat or cook, and which automatically adjusts its time to match the food cooking. It has one dial that allows you to adjust the heat from 10 to 100 percent, a feature that makes this microwave oven an easy to use gadget.
Oh, and you can manually change both power and time when this baby is already on and working. The stainless handle and fascia give it an aesthetic appeal.
The one downside with this unit is the noise level when the beep goes off. It can be annoyingly loud. Luckily, you can reduce it to a level that is right for you.
Founded 58 years ago in South Korea, the company started as GoldStar, before becoming LG in 1995. In the initial years of trade, the company’s primary goal was to provide the country with electronic
appliances to help rebuild the nation after the Korean War. From those humble beginnings, this giant electronic company has now set up base in the most prominent countries in the world
They have a broad range of microwave ovens, but we like the LG LCRT2010ST 2.0 Cu Ft Counter Top Microwave Oven.
LG LCRT2010ST 2.0 Cu Ft Counter Top Microwave Oven
This oven has the ideal cheat sheet for those who can’t cook. Its TrueCookPlus patented technology only needs you to feed the details of that you are cooking, and it will calculate (to the last second) the time it will take to cook your meal.
The Sensor Cooking technology adjusts the humidity in the oven to suit what’s cooking or reheating so that your food comes out moist. It has ideal settings for defrosting as well, depending on your food it allows for cook time increments in 30 seconds or 1-minute intervals.
One of its most admirable features is the child lock, which ensures that kids do not use it unsupervised. You can also lock it when washing.
Downside? The periodic beeping until you open the door. It serves as a reminder, but it can be annoying at times.
The Samsung Group was founded 79 years ago in South Korea and did not enter into the electronics business until the late 60s.
From the get-go, Samsung was after building a brand in electronics to match what they had done with textiles, securities, and insurance, and they did. Today, the brand is a leader in electronics. Apart from coming with durable and user-friendly appliances, Samsung is innovative. The company also has customer care setups in almost every country in the world.
One of their most-loved kitchen appliances is the Samsung Countertop Microwave Oven.
Samsung MS11K3000AS 1.1 cu. ft. Countertop Microwave Oven
The steel-made exterior goes well with the sturdy handle to bring out an aesthetically pleasing countertop oven. The surface is scratch-free and easy to clean.
The prominent dial on the face of the oven is the primary tool for adjusting setting when you want to set the temperature. The blue LED display reminds you that you have food in there and the timely beeper goes off periodically until you open the door.
Upsides? The aesthetic appeal and ease of use that is common to Samsung cooking appliances. Additionally, the ceramic interior that keeps the food hit until you remove it. With sensor settings, you will never overcook your meat or burn your soup.
Downsides? It takes a teeny bit of time to figure that the dial is your timer. Even less if you read the manual. Also, the front part is all covered up, and so you can't peep at your food as it reheats.
The humble journey of Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd that started in 1918 in Osaka, Japan, has been an epic one. This name, later changed to Panasonic has Corporation dominated the electronics market all over the world, to be among the top four most respected brands in electronics.
What makes Panasonic a brand leader is the quality of products and innovation that keeps them ahead of the pack. While the company has several microwave ovens out, we like this one best.
Panasonic NN-SN966S Countertop/Built-In Microwave