Black Microwave Oven

Black is one of the current popular color trends in kitchen appliances these days. You can find black toaster ovens, black mixers, black refrigerators and black ovens and dishwashers, washers and dryers and the list goes on. If your kitchen refrigerator and oven are black, don’t forget you can get a black microwave oven as well. Black goes well with almost any other color you have in your kitchen.

If you are shopping for a black microwave oven, you will not have a hard time finding one. Almost every major appliance store has microwaves in black as well as white, stainless steel and other colors. A black microwave oven will fit in with almost any kitchen. There are various types of microwave ovens to choose from. Nowadays, you can buy over-the-range units, as well as stand alone microwaves. Some conventional wall oven combos even have a microwave ovens built into the unit. These different varieties are great for saving counter space for other things. Of course, you can find a black microwave oven no matter which type you want to use in your kitchen.

If you are looking for a microwave oven to buy, there are several things that you need to take into consideration. While the look of a black microwave oven is a major factor, you need to make sure you buy one that is the right size for the space that you want to put it in. Look for a black microwave oven in appliance stores and online and discount retail stores. Shopping for appliances online can save you a lot of time and money. You can find several appliances at discounted prices online. If you find a microwave oven online that you like, but you are not sure it is the one you should get, you can take down the brand and model number and then go to an appliance store that sells that brand to see it in person. This simple extra step can save you a lot of frustration later on if you purchase your black microwave oven online without first seeing it in person, only to find out it does not fit the space you have reserved for it. KitchenAid, Panasonic, Frigidaire, Sharp, Amana, GE, Whirlpool and Samsung all have a black microwave oven model for sale. Jenn-aire, Cuisinart and Bosch all have them for sale too.

If you have never owned a black microwave oven, there are a few things you should be aware of. For starters, black is a color that shows dust very easily so if you buy a black microwave oven, you will need to wipe it down more frequently. Not only can you see dust on your black microwave oven, but pet hair will obviously show very easily on your black appliances as well. This may or may not be a problem for some people. Wiping down your appliances on a frequent basis will always ensure you will have a clean kitchen free of dust and pet hair.

A black microwave oven in your kitchen is modern looking and speaks of class. Visitors to your home will know you are a person of good taste if you have a black microwave oven. They are much trendier than a plain white microwave is. Stainless steel microwaves gives a kitchen the industrial look, while black is contemporary and white microwaves look better in country kitchens.

You can find a black microwave oven for less than $60 or even up into the thousands if you buy one that is a wall oven, microwave oven combination. If you shop around and compare prices, you will be able to get the very best deal possible. For help picking out the right black microwave oven for your kitchen, you can always check each model out online and read customer reviews. With a little time and patience, you too can have a black microwave oven in your kitchen to go with your other appliances.

This Black Microwave Oven Review is Written/Updated on Aug 11th, 2009 and filed under Kitchen Appliances. Both comments and pings are currently closed.

1 Response for “Black Microwave Oven”

  1. naddir patel says:

    Panasonic is touted as the Best; but think again.
    We bought a Stainless Steel top of the line, model T795, in September 2007 only to have it shut down in the 2nd month. The Dealer (Future Shop) washed their hands off it & directed us to the Panasonic service center 15Km away.
    Now, Two years later the microwave smokes from the bottom with a burning smell. The service center simply directed us to a 1-800 number of Panasonic. Nobody answers this phone. We hung up after 30 minutes.
    Moral of the Story:
    1.Before buying, call up the service center & see what reception you will get.
    2. If the dealer insists on “extended warranty”; walk away from the rip off artist.

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