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Best microwave deals for September 2022

Are you looking for microwave deals? Because we’ve spent more time at home than usual during the past three years, our microwave ovens got a lot more action than before. Though you might not cook your whole dinner in them, you may use your microwave oven to warm up leftovers like pizza, pop popcorn, melt butter, boil water, and more. When it comes to finding the best microwave deals, we’ve got you covered. Since microwaves have been around for so long now, there are dozens of companies that make really great microwaves at reasonable prices. Whether you need a microwave to install over your range or a stand-alone microwave for your kitchen counter, we have found some of the best microwave sales on these small appliances for you.

Today’s Best Microwave Deals

This Samsung Countertop Microwave can handle large items. The sensor cooking technology delivers optimal results, and the ceramic enamel interior is scratch-resistant and easy to clean. more
Don't let the compact design fool you because this 950-watt microwave oven can also act as a grill. The ceramic plate inside is suited for preparing crispy food. more
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This Haier microwave oven works with Sensor Cooking, which automatically adjusts cooking time and power levels to cook food at ideal temperatures. It also has a turntable to ensure even heating. more
With this 1.9 cubic foot KitchenAid over-the-range convection microwave, you can get twice the cooking done in one go. The food sensors ensure that you cook efficiently and deliciously every time. more
Featuring a stainless steel interior that absorbs no odors and is easy to sanitize. Touchpad controls, two defrost functions, convection bake, and roast settings. more
Convenience is key for Commercial Chef's microwave oven. It has one-touch quick cook buttons for various food options, as well as timer settings. It's also made from durable stainless steel. more
This 1.2 cubic foot 4-in-1 Galanz microwave comes with everything but the kitchen sink, boasting air fryer, toaster, and convection oven capabilities in one stylish package that's worth the price. more
This 1.6 cubic foot microwave is ready to cook alongside your stove with a number of preset cooking options and even its own ventilation system to keep your kitchen's air as fresh as your food. more
The Commercial Chef microwave is inexpensive, but it isn't cheap. It has tons of cooking power level options and settings. Plus, with 700 watts, you can save both cash and electricity. more
With 1,000 watts of power, Sharp's countertop microwave can heat up food and also defrost frozen items. It has an 11.2" carousel turntable for even heating, as well as 10 power levels for cooking. more

Microwave vs. Microwave Oven

The term “microwave”  is the common name for the ubiquitous microwave oven. When shopping for your new microwave, don’t let the different names fool you. Microwave is just a short way to say microwave oven, which is a small appliance that uses microwave radiation to cook food. In fact, a microwave is not an oven at all. An oven has a heating element inside, which heats the air inside and, in turn, heats the food inside.

Are Cheap Microwaves Safe?

Cheap microwaves are safe, bottom line. There is no reason to think that just because you have a more expensive microwave, it is safer than the more affordable model. According to the World Health Organization, when used according to manufacturers’ instructions, microwave ovens are reliable. This doesn’t negate the fact that several precautions need to be taken when using a microwave oven, but very few of the dangers have to do with the actual radiation the small appliance produces.

Most dangers associated with microwaves involve thermal burns and food handling. These are dangers that you will encounter whether you use a microwave while cooking or not. When it comes to microwaves being emitted outside of the actual microwave, the chance is slim. Microwave ovens are designed so that they only emit microwaves while they are on, and the door is closed. That being said, be sure to maintain your microwave properly because damaged doors and locking devices can mean radiation is escaping. Even cheap microwaves have doors and locking mechanisms to ensure that microwaves are not emitted outside of the actual appliance.

No matter whether your microwave is cheap, damaged, brand new, or in some other state, the food that you cook inside of it does not become radioactive, so you can dispel that myth any time someone brings it up. Absolutely no microwave energy remains in the food after the microwave oven is switched off.

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