Thursday, September 20, 2007

HotSmart Heat Retentive Plates

HotSmart Heat Retentive Plates

http://www.smecc.org/microwave_oven.htm


FYI

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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