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AmazonBasics Microwave bundle with Echo Dot (3rd Gen) - Charcoal
AmazonBasics Microwave bundle with Echo Dot (3rd Gen) - Charcoal
AmazonBasics Microwave bundle with Echo Dot (3rd Gen) - Charcoal
AmazonBasics Microwave bundle with Echo Dot (3rd Gen) - Charcoal
AmazonBasics Microwave bundle with Echo Dot (3rd Gen) - Charcoal
AmazonBasics Microwave bundle with Echo Dot (3rd Gen) - Charcoal
AmazonBasics Microwave bundle with Echo Dot (3rd Gen) - Charcoal
AmazonBasics Microwave bundle with Echo Dot (3rd Gen) - Charcoal
AmazonBasics Microwave bundle with Echo Dot (3rd Gen) - Charcoal

AmazonBasics Microwave bundle with Echo Dot (3rd Gen) - Charcoal

AmazonBasics Microwave bundle with Echo Dot (3rd Gen) - Charcoal
AmazonBasics Microwave bundle with Echo Dot (3rd Gen) - Charcoal
AmazonBasics Microwave bundle with Echo Dot (3rd Gen) - Charcoal
AmazonBasics Microwave bundle with Echo Dot (3rd Gen) - Charcoal
AmazonBasics Microwave bundle with Echo Dot (3rd Gen) - Charcoal
AmazonBasics Microwave bundle with Echo Dot (3rd Gen) - Charcoal
AmazonBasics Microwave bundle with Echo Dot (3rd Gen) - Charcoal
AmazonBasics Microwave bundle with Echo Dot (3rd Gen) - Charcoal
AmazonBasics Microwave bundle with Echo Dot (3rd Gen) - Charcoal
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Features

  • This bundle contains the AmazonBasics Microwave and the Echo Dot (3rd Gen).
  • Now it’s easier to defrost vegetables, make popcorn, cook potatoes, and reheat rice. Quick-cook voice presets and a simplified keypad let you just ask Alexa to start microwaving.
  • Automatically reorder popcorn when you run low and save 10% on popcorn orders—enabled by Amazon Dash Replenishment technology.
  • Compact size saves counter space, plus 10 power levels, a kitchen timer, a child lock, and a turntable.
  • Alexa is always getting smarter and adding new presets.

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Features

  • This bundle contains the AmazonBasics Microwave and the Echo Dot (3rd Gen).
  • Now it’s easier to defrost vegetables, make popcorn, cook potatoes, and reheat rice. Quick-cook voice presets and a simplified keypad let you just ask Alexa to start microwaving.
  • Automatically reorder popcorn when you run low and save 10% on popcorn orders—enabled by Amazon Dash Replenishment technology.
  • Compact size saves counter space, plus 10 power levels, a kitchen timer, a child lock, and a turntable.
  • Alexa is always getting smarter and adding new presets.

Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • This bundle contains the AmazonBasics Microwave and the Echo Dot (3rd Gen).
  • Now it’s easier to defrost vegetables, make popcorn, cook potatoes, and reheat rice. Quick-cook voice presets and a simplified keypad let you just ask Alexa to start microwaving.
  • Automatically reorder popcorn when you run low and save 10% on popcorn orders—enabled by Amazon Dash Replenishment technology.
  • Compact size saves counter space, plus 10 power levels, a kitchen timer, a child lock, and a turntable.
  • Alexa is always getting smarter and adding new presets.

abunda_amazon_reviews My boyfriend bought this for our house and our first thought on unpackaging was how tiny it was. Seriously, so small. Echo was easy to set up and worked perfectly the first time. Lots of cool voice features. No complaints there. But the microwave itself is terrible. We popped two bags of popcorn in a row one night and the microwave completely overheated, the little panel on the side lit on fire and has started to melt. It was only running for ~6 minutes total. I’m not sure if our model was defective or what, but having it less than a week and already broken is very disappointing. **update** Amazon has been calling and emailing me nonstop since I wrote this, even after I told them My boyfriend already returned it. They offered a free replacement or refund, which was nice of them, but I’m guessing they also wanted me to remove my review. Because I’m still getting calls. Even though amazon tried to fix the situation for me... this microwave was just bad.;;Reviewed in the United States on November 19, 2018;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Great Echo integration, terrible microwave.;;Lynsie;;;Although the Alexa integration seemed a little gimmicky at first, I quickly changed my mind after realizing how simple it was to use. Traditional microwaves have a million features, but honestly, do you even know how to use half of them? Gone are the days of pushing a button and looking at cryptic abbreviated text on the numerical LED screen, wondering what input it is expecting. The 0.7 cuft cooking volume is on the smaller side for microwaves, but its perfectly appropriate for a dinner plate or cup of coffee, and doesn't use a ton of counter space. And for those wary of Alexa turning the microwave on for 90 hours instead of playing music, I have found it has quite a few safeguards. First, it will only turn on for reasonable amounts of times (my attempt to microwave tea for 10 or 100 hours did not work). Second, it is aware of how long ago the door was opened. If it has been too long, it will let you know this and not start. This will prevent the microwave from turning on inadvertently with nothing in it. One of the novel features is the ability for the microwave to keep track of your popcorn supply and automatically reorders once you get low. The popcorn consists of large value packs, priced between twenty and thirty dollars. Not bad for 36 packs of popcorn....in case you happened to eat a lot of it. I was a little disappointed that when I asked the microwave for "Tea. Earl Grey. Hot," she did not know how to do this. I am hoping this is just a minor oversight by their software engineers and will be patiently waiting for this update.;;Reviewed in the United States on November 16, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Very functional microwave at a great price;;RainNW;;;A microwave is the most used kitchen appliance, or next to the refrigerator. Virtually every home has one. It is not something we shop for yearly, to replace, unless what we have is broken. However, could a voice control microwave be the new norm? First, here are the positives for this microwave. The price is unbeatable for a name brand product, an official Amazon brand, so you can trust it at least. Secondly, despite the very low price, if you don’t want to use the voice control, you can still use it as a regular microwave. Nevertheless, as for now 2018, microwaves cannot produce a food, a snack or beverages themselves. You have to manually put your food in the microwave. So, my thought was, if I can put a leftover in the microwave to heat it up, why can’t I just press the buttons instead of using a voice command to warm my food? However, upon setting it up, I like the voice command more than pressing a couple of buttons. There is a catch to this though, the voice command is not built in the microwave, it only works with An Amazon Alexa echo dot. Upon receiving the microwave, you will connect it with your echo dot and command your echo dot to use the microwave as needed. It will acknowledge by repeating the command you gave and then start the microwave. Surprisingly, the voice command is more fluid to use even than using the buttons import we all are so used to. The downside is the Amazon echo dot is no Star Trek Enterprise computer that is smarter than the user. So, there are times you have to rephrase a command for it to work. For an example, I said to my echo dot, “start microwave for two minutes,” It had no idea what I was saying, but when I said, “microwave, for two minutes” it understood. I suppose, to use the command, after you call on your echo dot, you must follow by saying “microwave” then the command, warm soup . . . or reheat hot chocolate for two minutes etc. So, is it worth it? The answer is yes and no. If you spend a lot of time in your kitchen, you already have a microwave, likely one that is built into your kitchen, under the cupboard etc. Most people won’t replace their large microwave for a small microwave like the Amazon microwave simply because it has voice control. However, if you are moving into a new small home or you are a student, you might consider getting it. Or your current microwave is small, and you need a replacement without breaking the bank, you might consider it as well. The sound of the microwave isn’t loud, which is nice. Like most microwaves, there is a build in light when the microwave door is open and there is a digital clock on the microwave.;;Reviewed in the United States on November 17, 2018;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;Is a voice control microwave worth it?;;Massachusetts;;;This is a good small microwave for someone in an apartment.;;Reviewed in the United States on November 20, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Good Small Microwave;;Robert McMurrer;;;This microwave is not powerful and heats food evenly. Very low quality product. It is cool that it is voice activated with Alexa, but you need a product that actually works, you can't just add voice to a crappy product.;;Reviewed in the United States on November 18, 2018;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Uneven heat;;J.N.

Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Orders placed now will arrive in 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

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Top Amazon Reviews


1.0 out of 5 stars
By Lynsie - Reviewed in the United States on November 19, 2018
Great Echo integration, terrible microwave.
My boyfriend bought this for our house and our first thought on unpackaging was how tiny it was. Seriously, so small. Echo was easy to set up and worked perfectly the first time. Lots of cool voice features. No complaints there. But the microwave itself is terrible. We popped two bags of popcorn in a row one night and the microwave completely overheated, the little panel on the side lit on fire and has started to melt. It was only running for ~6 minutes total. I’m not sure if our model was defective or what, but having it less than a week and already broken is very disappointing. **update** Amazon has been calling and emailing me nonstop since I wrote this, even after I told them My boyfriend already returned it. They offered a free replacement or refund, which was nice of them, but I’m guessing they also wanted me to remove my review. Because I’m still getting calls. Even though amazon tried to fix the situation for me... this microwave was just bad.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By RainNW - Reviewed in the United States on November 16, 2018
Very functional microwave at a great price
Although the Alexa integration seemed a little gimmicky at first, I quickly changed my mind after realizing how simple it was to use. Traditional microwaves have a million features, but honestly, do you even know how to use half of them? Gone are the days of pushing a button and looking at cryptic abbreviated text on the numerical LED screen, wondering what input it is expecting. The 0.7 cuft cooking volume is on the smaller side for microwaves, but its perfectly appropriate for a dinner plate or cup of coffee, and doesn't use a ton of counter space. And for those wary of Alexa turning the microwave on for 90 hours instead of playing music, I have found it has quite a few safeguards. First, it will only turn on for reasonable amounts of times (my attempt to microwave tea for 10 or 100 hours did not work). Second, it is aware of how long ago the door was opened. If it has been too long, it will let you know this and not start. This will prevent the microwave from turning on inadvertently with nothing in it. One of the novel features is the ability for the microwave to keep track of your popcorn supply and automatically reorders once you get low. The popcorn consists of large value packs, priced between twenty and thirty dollars. Not bad for 36 packs of popcorn....in case you happened to eat a lot of it. I was a little disappointed that when I asked the microwave for "Tea. Earl Grey. Hot," she did not know how to do this. I am hoping this is just a minor oversight by their software engineers and will be patiently waiting for this update.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Massachusetts - Reviewed in the United States on November 17, 2018
Is a voice control microwave worth it?
A microwave is the most used kitchen appliance, or next to the refrigerator. Virtually every home has one. It is not something we shop for yearly, to replace, unless what we have is broken. However, could a voice control microwave be the new norm? First, here are the positives for this microwave. The price is unbeatable for a name brand product, an official Amazon brand, so you can trust it at least. Secondly, despite the very low price, if you don’t want to use the voice control, you can still use it as a regular microwave. Nevertheless, as for now 2018, microwaves cannot produce a food, a snack or beverages themselves. You have to manually put your food in the microwave. So, my thought was, if I can put a leftover in the microwave to heat it up, why can’t I just press the buttons instead of using a voice command to warm my food? However, upon setting it up, I like the voice command more than pressing a couple of buttons. There is a catch to this though, the voice command is not built in the microwave, it only works with An Amazon Alexa echo dot. Upon receiving the microwave, you will connect it with your echo dot and command your echo dot to use the microwave as needed. It will acknowledge by repeating the command you gave and then start the microwave. Surprisingly, the voice command is more fluid to use even than using the buttons import we all are so used to. The downside is the Amazon echo dot is no Star Trek Enterprise computer that is smarter than the user. So, there are times you have to rephrase a command for it to work. For an example, I said to my echo dot, “start microwave for two minutes,” It had no idea what I was saying, but when I said, “microwave, for two minutes” it understood. I suppose, to use the command, after you call on your echo dot, you must follow by saying “microwave” then the command, warm soup . . . or reheat hot chocolate for two minutes etc. So, is it worth it? The answer is yes and no. If you spend a lot of time in your kitchen, you already have a microwave, likely one that is built into your kitchen, under the cupboard etc. Most people won’t replace their large microwave for a small microwave like the Amazon microwave simply because it has voice control. However, if you are moving into a new small home or you are a student, you might consider getting it. Or your current microwave is small, and you need a replacement without breaking the bank, you might consider it as well. The sound of the microwave isn’t loud, which is nice. Like most microwaves, there is a build in light when the microwave door is open and there is a digital clock on the microwave.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Robert McMurrer - Reviewed in the United States on November 20, 2018
Good Small Microwave
This is a good small microwave for someone in an apartment.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By J.N. - Reviewed in the United States on November 18, 2018
Uneven heat
This microwave is not powerful and heats food evenly. Very low quality product. It is cool that it is voice activated with Alexa, but you need a product that actually works, you can't just add voice to a crappy product.

Recent Reviews


1.0 out of 5 stars
By Lynsie - Reviewed in the United States on November 19, 2018
Great Echo integration, terrible microwave.
My boyfriend bought this for our house and our first thought on unpackaging was how tiny it was. Seriously, so small. Echo was easy to set up and worked perfectly the first time. Lots of cool voice features. No complaints there. But the microwave itself is terrible. We popped two bags of popcorn in a row one night and the microwave completely overheated, the little panel on the side lit on fire and has started to melt. It was only running for ~6 minutes total. I’m not sure if our model was defective or what, but having it less than a week and already broken is very disappointing. **update** Amazon has been calling and emailing me nonstop since I wrote this, even after I told them My boyfriend already returned it. They offered a free replacement or refund, which was nice of them, but I’m guessing they also wanted me to remove my review. Because I’m still getting calls. Even though amazon tried to fix the situation for me... this microwave was just bad.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By RainNW - Reviewed in the United States on November 16, 2018
Very functional microwave at a great price
Although the Alexa integration seemed a little gimmicky at first, I quickly changed my mind after realizing how simple it was to use. Traditional microwaves have a million features, but honestly, do you even know how to use half of them? Gone are the days of pushing a button and looking at cryptic abbreviated text on the numerical LED screen, wondering what input it is expecting. The 0.7 cuft cooking volume is on the smaller side for microwaves, but its perfectly appropriate for a dinner plate or cup of coffee, and doesn't use a ton of counter space. And for those wary of Alexa turning the microwave on for 90 hours instead of playing music, I have found it has quite a few safeguards. First, it will only turn on for reasonable amounts of times (my attempt to microwave tea for 10 or 100 hours did not work). Second, it is aware of how long ago the door was opened. If it has been too long, it will let you know this and not start. This will prevent the microwave from turning on inadvertently with nothing in it. One of the novel features is the ability for the microwave to keep track of your popcorn supply and automatically reorders once you get low. The popcorn consists of large value packs, priced between twenty and thirty dollars. Not bad for 36 packs of popcorn....in case you happened to eat a lot of it. I was a little disappointed that when I asked the microwave for "Tea. Earl Grey. Hot," she did not know how to do this. I am hoping this is just a minor oversight by their software engineers and will be patiently waiting for this update.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Massachusetts - Reviewed in the United States on November 17, 2018
Is a voice control microwave worth it?
A microwave is the most used kitchen appliance, or next to the refrigerator. Virtually every home has one. It is not something we shop for yearly, to replace, unless what we have is broken. However, could a voice control microwave be the new norm? First, here are the positives for this microwave. The price is unbeatable for a name brand product, an official Amazon brand, so you can trust it at least. Secondly, despite the very low price, if you don’t want to use the voice control, you can still use it as a regular microwave. Nevertheless, as for now 2018, microwaves cannot produce a food, a snack or beverages themselves. You have to manually put your food in the microwave. So, my thought was, if I can put a leftover in the microwave to heat it up, why can’t I just press the buttons instead of using a voice command to warm my food? However, upon setting it up, I like the voice command more than pressing a couple of buttons. There is a catch to this though, the voice command is not built in the microwave, it only works with An Amazon Alexa echo dot. Upon receiving the microwave, you will connect it with your echo dot and command your echo dot to use the microwave as needed. It will acknowledge by repeating the command you gave and then start the microwave. Surprisingly, the voice command is more fluid to use even than using the buttons import we all are so used to. The downside is the Amazon echo dot is no Star Trek Enterprise computer that is smarter than the user. So, there are times you have to rephrase a command for it to work. For an example, I said to my echo dot, “start microwave for two minutes,” It had no idea what I was saying, but when I said, “microwave, for two minutes” it understood. I suppose, to use the command, after you call on your echo dot, you must follow by saying “microwave” then the command, warm soup . . . or reheat hot chocolate for two minutes etc. So, is it worth it? The answer is yes and no. If you spend a lot of time in your kitchen, you already have a microwave, likely one that is built into your kitchen, under the cupboard etc. Most people won’t replace their large microwave for a small microwave like the Amazon microwave simply because it has voice control. However, if you are moving into a new small home or you are a student, you might consider getting it. Or your current microwave is small, and you need a replacement without breaking the bank, you might consider it as well. The sound of the microwave isn’t loud, which is nice. Like most microwaves, there is a build in light when the microwave door is open and there is a digital clock on the microwave.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Robert McMurrer - Reviewed in the United States on November 20, 2018
Good Small Microwave
This is a good small microwave for someone in an apartment.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By J.N. - Reviewed in the United States on November 18, 2018
Uneven heat
This microwave is not powerful and heats food evenly. Very low quality product. It is cool that it is voice activated with Alexa, but you need a product that actually works, you can't just add voice to a crappy product.