Thursday, September 20, 2007

HotSmart Heat Retentive Plates

HotSmart Heat Retentive Plates


This is an extract taken from the above address….

The Amana Radarange is celebrating its 35th birthday. It debuted in 1967 in Chicago “as a product that would forever change how Americans eat and cook.”

Today, more than 95 percent of American households own a micro-wave oven, and 75 percent of those surveyed by a recent Yankelovich Monitor study ranked the microwave oven as “almost impossible/pretty difficult” to do without. Only the automobile ranks higher.

The first Radarange featured a 115-volt current and just two buttons, start and light (on/off). It also included two control knobs, one for cooking times up to five minutes, and the other for longer cooking times up to 25 minutes.

Thirty-five years later, the Classic Radarange features 1,100 watts of power, 11 variable Cookmatic power levels, eight changeable preset Auto-cook options, and two changeable favorite message pads.

The Convection Radarange, the latest model (shown), provides 1,000 watts of power, a stainless-steel interior, Touchmatic Control System, four convection cooking options, and nine sensor cook options.

Amana is a unit of Maytag Corp., Newton, Iowa.

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