Glass touch buttons. Hidden touch panel. Motion sensor allows you to access the drawer with the wave of a hand. Black glass and stainless steel. Blue motion sensor light.
The panel that covers the controls could be more heavy-duty.
Handles a good amount of power at 1000 watts. High interior drawer. Fits in a 30" base cabinet. Retractable control panel lays flat on front until in use. Unit works well and has a flat front. Control panel faces up for ease of operation.
If you use your microwave for a kitchen clock, this model won't be your best choice, as the clock is hidden when the panel is closed.
Angled viewing on the control panel. Nice size. Stainless Steel finish. Drawer slides out easily. Simple installation. Fits nicely under a countertop. Lots of functions.
This model may not last as long as other models.
Features an interior light. 1.2 cu. ft. interior. Compact control panel can be hidden away easily. LED interior lights. Reheat sensor does a good job of getting food to the right temperature.
Doesn't fit completely flush against the cabinet.
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Once you install a space-saving microwave drawer, you’ll never go back to having a countertop microwave again. Sharp’s line of microwave drawers can help you streamline your kitchen and save countertop space. They come in sleek, low-profile designs in white, black, brushed, or polished stainless steel that will look great in your kitchen. Some models include a touchless door opening system or an automatic opener using a push/pull towel bar-style opener and all include easy one-touch functions, adjustable power levels, and preset cooking functions. Microwave drawers are expensive, with most Sharp models priced above $1,000.
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