What a bargain. I was looking for the largest microwave that would fit into a space in my motorhome kitchen. I removed the RV propane oven and placed this in the old cavity. 19 inch wide microwave in a 21 inch slot is a pretty good fit.
900W is good for me. I must get by with 120VAC and 30Amps. This pulls only 1/4 of that load capacity. My space heater takes 1/3; my convection oven/air fryer takes 1/2; and my air conditioner takes 2/3. Get the picture?
It's not a full size microwave, but it's close enough for me. It's 50% larger in oven space than the small ones kids go off to college with today. The kicker is this is as cheap or less expensive than these tiny models.
This is as full functioned as I needed. It covered my wish list of:
*+30 Second button.
*One touch timing for 1 thru 6 full minutes.
*Lighted cooking cavity.
*Adjustable power level.
The rest of my kitchen appliances are stainless. This blends in well. Compared to kitchen appliances I've been buying lately, this has a long power cord.
The control panel is not back lit. Not a game breaker for me, but if installed in a poorly lighted area, it will be hard to read the buttons.
The fit between the glass turntable and it's power drive cog is excellent. With my last microwave it wanted to ride off. The turntable diameter is 10", the same size as my dinner plates.
I found this microwave to be heavy for it's size. Not a problem, just noticeable. I'll be generous and call that well built.
I looked at a lot of microwaves before making my purchase. The less expensive ones I ran across were 0.6 cubic foot unit and they run only about $5 less with fewer finish options. Unless you have a need for a smaller unit, I'd go with this. If you're considering a 1.0 to 1.2 cubic foot model, I suggest you look at the price of this and consider if the extra $$$ is worth that small amount of increased capacity.
I am highly pleased with the purchase.