Danby 0.7 cu.ft. Countertop Microwave, White

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Danby 0.7 cu.ft. Countertop Microwave, White

  • 0.7 cu.ft. capacity microwave
  • 700 watts of cooking power, Dimensions - 13 x 17.3 x 10.1 inches
  • Simple one touch cooking for 6 popular uses
  • 3 specialty programs (cook by weight, defrost by weight, speed defrost)
  • Automatic oven light & turntable
The Danby DMW7700WDB 0.7 Cu. Ft. 700W White Countertop Microwave Oven is not only practical and economical, it is stylish too. The DMW7700WDB features 700 watts of cooking power. With simple one touch for 6 popular uses plus 3 specialty programs, most cooking will be as simple as selecting the right setting and waiting a few moments for your food to be done. This 0.7 cu. ft. microwave is available with a variety of today's most popular features and is well suited for the dorm room, office, cotta

List Price: $ 79.99 Price: $ 79.99


3 thoughts on “Danby 0.7 cu.ft. Countertop Microwave, White

  1. YeahSoMaybe? "computersandmusicperson"
    177 of 187 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Initial review of Stainless Steel Danby 1000 Watt 1.1 cu. ft. – VERY PLEASED! A WINNER!!, October 16, 2014
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    YeahSoMaybe? “computersandmusicperson” (Beaverton, OR United States) –

    REVIEW of: Danby DMW111KPSSDD 1.1 cu ft , 1000 watt microwave

    THE GOOD:

    – THE BEEPS ARE NOT OBNOXIOUSLY LOUD! You get 4 discrete beeps when things are done and…even better…you get only one (1) beep if you interrupt/stop/reset things.

    – THE FAN IS * NOT * TOO LOUD!!! (No Jet plane takeoffs here!) Thank God!

    – THE LIGHT COMES ON WHEN THE DOOR IS OPENED. This may seem like a no brainer but Panasonic, some LG and other brands do * not * turn the light on except when you are actually cooking. To me that is bad design. This 1.1 cu ft Danby does not have that problem.

    – The DOOR DOES NOT FIGHT ME!! Easy door release with press of large release button in bottom right-hand corner. Door closes easily.

    – This 1.1 cu. ft. 1000 Watt microwave cooks evenly, has the best of both worlds: “pictograph” buttons for Popcorn, Beverage, Pizza, Frozen Dinner, Baked Potato and Reheat and….

    – It has the Cook Time / Power Level button if you want to get nitpicky.

    – It has Cook by Weight, Defrost by Weight and Speed Defrost.

    – Seems to cook evenly. Also, has never burned Popcorn on Popcorn setting no kernels unpopped.

    – Stainless steel unit looks good and it’s all CHROME/STAINLESS INSIDE. (This is a big deal if you read all the reviews of GE and other Microwaves where the plastic is warping or paint coming off…a common complaint).

    – Power cord is substantial, unit feels well made for it’s price point.

    INTERNAL DIMENSIONS: It’s 14 inches wide INTERNALLY, has a carousel and it’s 8.5″ high internally and 14.5″ deep internally.
    Large enough for a good sized lasagna package (point of reference).
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    THE BAD: No “Add 30 seconds” button. Moooo. Oh well , this Microwave is such a winner in every other way that I’m not going to let that bug me.

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    EXTRA STUFF I LEARNED:
    When shopping for my microwave(our last one died after 10 years) – I looked at the reviews for various brands. Many MANY brands. Panasonic, LG, Frigidaire, Oster, Cuisinart, Amana, etc. COMMON THEME IN COMMENTS FOR ALL BRANDS: Like anything else – they don’t make ’em like they used to. Consumer microwaves of various name brands (doesn’t matter) all seem to last 1 to maybe 3 years. About 5 – 10 percent of purchasers seem to have microwave failure between 4 months and a year.

    In short, with Consumer grade microwaves, it’s a crap shoot. You are spending anywhere from 4 to 10 dollars a month to “rent” your microwave before it goes to the dumpster. I don’t mean to depress you but that’s what I have learned. If you get 3 years out of a microwave in the $80 – $350 range consider yourself lucky.

    ALTERNATE BUT KLUNKY SOLUTION: You can buy a Commercial Grade (Heavy Duty) microwave (Panasonic and Amana make them) in the $350 – $450 range but these “tanks” usually have no programming features. Just a continuous dial with time increments of 1 – 10 min, sometimes 1 – 15 min. They last. They are not sexy but they are workhorses. Not for me. We have these in my work cafeteria, first of all they remind me of work and second of all I really like some programming feature convenience and a rotating carousel.

    A common complaint I read of the Panasonic “inverter” technology is that the food smell stayed (or got embedded in the microwave) for like 3 weeks. (You cook a ham, the microwave smells like ham for 3 weeks).

    Another common annoyance is that microwaves that have LOUD fans and a series of 3 LOUD beeps regardless of it you pull the door open to stop cooking or hit reset, etc.

    I chose the Danby because it has none of these issues, comes in at a reasonable price, looks good and has a very good interface.

    NOTE: I did not buy this Danby microwave from Amazon because I needed one NOW. Every place online seemed to be out of Danby DMW111KPSSDD or had in-stock dates 5 days down the road. I paid more for it to buy it locally but I feel it’s still a good deal undiscounted for this reason: it lacks a lot of the “designed in” AGGRAVATIONS that Panasonic and LG couldn’t be bothered to fix out of the gate!

    NOTE 2: As of 10/16/2014 this Danby DMW111KPSSDD can be obtained for between $89.99 (rock bottom sale) to $141.00 (high price).

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  2. MAS "Alton"
    128 of 137 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great Space Saver, March 6, 2014
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    MAS “Alton” (Houston, TX, USA) –

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    This review is from: Danby 0.7 cu.ft. Countertop Microwave, White (Misc.)
    I have a small kitchen and my old microwave was a full sized microwave that took up a large amount of cabinet space and seemed out of place because of its size. Shopped around and found this smaller sized unit but was hesitant because it is 700 watts while my old unit was 1000 watts. However, I have found that cooking time in this unit is insignificantly longer than the old microwave. A few second for most things. I don’t actually cook in it but use it for warming left overs or frozen snacks, etc. For my use it is perfect and it is an attractive addition to my kitchen rather than a huge distraction. If you need a smaller sized microwave, I highly recommend this one.

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  3. Willa I. Lewis "WIL"
    50 of 54 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    fits the space, January 6, 2014
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    Willa I. Lewis “WIL” (New York) –

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    We needed this size and the Danby works. The controls are a little quirky, you have to put a “0” in front of the timer to set minutes but not all the time… took some getting used to. The only real design flaw is that, unlike most microwaves where you push a button and the door pops open, you have to pull the handle on this one. And the machine is so small and light that you need two hand to open the door or the whole thing moves around and doesn’t open. This can be a pain. But if you need this size, the cooking is fine.

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