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COMMERCIAL CHEF Small Microwave 0.7 Cu. Ft. Countertop Microwave with Digital Display, Stainless Steel Microwave with 10 Power Levels, Outstanding Portable Microwave with Convenient Push Button

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Color: Stainless Steel


Size: 0.7 Cubic Feet


Features

  • Powerful Microwave: When it comes to microwave ovens, this COMMERCIAL CHEF 700 watt microwave is your solution to fast & delicious food. Microwave bacon, microwave pasta, & other delicious favorites!
  • 10 Power Levels: Our stainless steel compact microwave (17.3" x 14.1" x 10.2") has 10 outstanding heating settings, including Time Cook, Weight Defrost, Time Defrost, Express Cook, and more!
  • Kitchen Timer: Microwave food from 30 seconds to longer with the easy-to-operate digital display on this kitchen countertop microwave oven (22.6 lbs.). Considered top home & apartment essentials!
  • Impressive Features: When it comes to countertop microwave ovens, our microwave cooker is superior with 700 watts of power, a convenient push button, turntable, safety lock, & 0.7 cu. ft. capacity.
  • Preset Menus: This small microwave countertop heats common foods with the touch of a button. Preset Menus on this 0.7 cu ft microwave include Popcorn, Potato, Pizza, Frozen Vegetable, & more.

Description

Heat and re-heat your favorite foods and beverages with this outstanding COMMERCIAL CHEF microwave oven countertop. With an impressive capacity of 0.7 cubic feet, this 0.7 microwave ensures you can grab and go with delicious meals. Our fantastic microwave stainless steel (17.3" x 14.1" x 10.2") will fit easily on kitchen countertops in homes, apartments, RVs, dorms, and more. Weighing only 22.6 lbs., you can transport this portable microwave and stainless steel microwave countertop anywhere so heated food and drink is within reach. This small microwave oven has impressive power levels such as Time Cook, Time Defrost, Weight Defrost, & Power. Preset Menu Options include Popcorn, Potato, Pizza, Frozen Vegetable, Beverage, & Dinner Plate. Also included on the digital display is Clock & Kitchen Timer. Our small countertop microwave will heat from as little as 30 seconds to as long as you desire! Additional features include a door-style push button, 700 watts of power, an efficient turntable that guarantees even heating, child safety lock, yellow & green LED lighting, and sleek stainless steel design. What's not to love about this COMMERCIAL CHEF microwave 0.7 cu ft? Its reliable heating ability, impressive functions & settings will have you heating and re-heating throughout your busy day!


Brand Name: ‎Commercial CHEF


Model Info: ‎CHM7MS


Item Weight: ‎22.6 pounds


Product Dimensions: ‎14.1 x 17.3 x 10.2 inches


Item model number: ‎CHM7MS


Energy Use: ‎700 Watts


Capacity: ‎0.7 Cubic Feet


Installation Type: ‎Freestanding


Part Number: ‎CHM7MS


Color: ‎Stainless Steel


Wattage: ‎700 watts


Defrost: ‎Defrost


Material Type: ‎Stainless Steel


Included Components: ‎0.7 Cu. Ft. Countertop Microwave, Manual


Batteries Included?: ‎No


Batteries Required?: ‎No


Date First Available: May 23, 2022


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Top Amazon Reviews


  • Great little microwave and a lot of generic small u-wave thoughts
Color: White Size: 0.9 Cubic Feet
This is going to be more than most people want to know -- but I've been using microwaves in this size/price/power class for 20 years and might be able to help a few people who are newer. 1. This 'Westinghouse' is a good example and works very well. Amazon price and delivery are first rate. 2. NO microwave in this ~$100 price class is made by the company that has its name on the front. Essentially 100% are either made in one Chinese factory or by Samsung in South Korea. The labeled manufacturer tells the real maker what specs (power, controls, etc.) he wants and they make it, package it to say 'Westinghouse' or whatever, and ship it to the USA. There is a 'Rival' model that is identical to this one except for details of the controls and the Westinghouse comes in white which the Rival didn't. That's why I bought this one -- wanted an exact replacement but in white. The 'works' within a power range and maker may be identical -- my two are. Fit, finish, screws, paint type, turntable -- it's ALL the same. The actual POWER may vary somewhat. The Rival was closer to 1100W while this one is a real 900W -- needs a bit more cooking time than given for 1100W machines. 3. Since the price/power range pretty well sets the construction, you should look for features you want and the control panel details show the biggest variation: Size of numbers, number of specific food buttons, does it have a +30 second full power button (Rival did, WH does not), color of numbers, etc. Latest models all have a child safety lock -- if set requires specific keystrokes to make the thing go at the start. Color choices also vary. One label may have what you want in -- say -- red, while another will only offer black. Etc. 4. Weaknesses/things to be aware of are similarly alike. In this price range they're all baked enamel ('good paint') inside, which means that if you aren't very careful about cleaning/keeping it dry the life will be about 3 years before it rusts badly under the turntable. For long life use a plastic cover over an open plate, open the door promptly when done and LEAVE it open until next use, remove the turntable and dry underneath each night. Damp paper towel if necessary to remove any spilled food as food acids will take paint off pretty quickly. A nailpolish mark on one of the dents in the turntable underside makes it a cinch to put it back each time. So far as I know, porcelain enamel (melted on glass) finishes are only on high end (and much larger) microwaves. They'll take a lot more moisture. If you leave the door open, the lightbulb will burn out in a couple-three years but it helps keep the insides dry. Other than that READ THE DIRECTIONS. There are any number of long-life cautions there that aren't labeled as such. The Westinghouse manual is excellent and only in English. 6. EVERYTHING that fails on these machines is pretty easy to fix and all the parts are out there if you are cheap like me and want to keep a good machine in service as long as possible rather than just throwing it away every three years. The window over the microwave passage (silver-grey thing upper right inside of oven looking at front) is available -- if it catches fire, replace it, cut to size (boxcutter knife) from a kit. The light bulb can be replaced but requires removing the cover over the high voltage internals: Don't do that if you aren't familiar with LETHAL voltage precautions. The turntable motor can be replaced rather easily -- never had one go. The magnetron lasts for years: I have replaced one and it failed because of a factory defect. Ditto the fan. Maggy and fan are also in the killer HV area. It's good to remove and wipe down the magnetron window every few months. Use a paper towel dampened with water and wipe firmly to remove food vapor deposits as they're what catches fire but when that fire burns out it will likely have ruined the window. After wiping, LET DRY for several hours before using. You can even repaint the insides. Search 'microwave cavity paint' and read/follow the directions carefully. DO NOT use that paint indoors -- it's highly flammable and nasty to breath. Remove the microwave window and plug the hole with crumpled paper towel, just lift out the drive hub for the turntable. Let it dry a couple of days before bringing in/using. 7. It's possible to hang these under a cabinet and there used to be many models with the kit of parts to do it. Now, NONE. I think the lawyers killed that setup because IF YOU ARE STUPID and start a serious fire in the oven and it's right against wood you may have a kitchen fire. So if you're given to pouring your McD's coffee on your ... you know ... or washing your gloves in gasoline and trying to dry them in the microwave, DO NOT EVEN TRY a hung installation. Otherwise cut bars (aluminum bar stock is good) to go inside the cabinet top and distribute the 30# load over the whole front-to-back distance, drill/tap holes for about 12-32 machine screws AND HANG WITH SPACERS AT LEAST !" long using a scheme that allows free air circulation over the top of the machine. Ideal spacing for the bars is about 15-1/2" L to R and centered; that's what the original kits did and the insides of this model are identical. CHECK CLEARANCES INSIDE to wiring and terminals. NEVER use a microwave for anything that might have a flammable solvent in it. Food or water washed items ONLY. NO MICROWAVE should be 'turn on and leave the house for a few hours.' In 20 years we've never even had a scary event but I don't trust heating appliances at this power level with so many variables and while the machine IS well protected internally -- there's an over-temp shutoff, the top and upper surfaces are two layers all metal, etc. -- extra safety precautions are still appropriate. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on September 14, 2017 by Walter A. Hutchens

  • No quick start button
Color: Stainless Steel Size: 0.9 Cubic Feet
Most modern microwaves let you start by just pressing start, and it will run for 30 seconds or one minute. This one has a button to do so, but it will only add 30 seconds that operation if the microwave is already operating. Frustrating, but otherwise this thing is fine.
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on September 1, 2022 by Lindsay

  • Most power in a small footprint
Color: White Size: 0.9 Cubic Feet
I shopped a long time to find a small footprint microwave with strong power (900). This is a winner! I am taking out the HUGE "over the oven" microwave and replacing it with an exhaust fan which gives a nice lighter profile to the space. Basically only use micro to reheat so am actually moving this nice small size unit to an adjacent utility room. Works great (have had it a couple weeks). Great price too. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on August 29, 2022 by Bill Belingloph

  • Decent power output for a reasonable price
Color: White Size: 0.9 Cubic Feet
This is a decent budget minded microwave. For the price not bad. Not great either. The controls are a bit different than others. Setting a time is different and the display is quite small. Heating is fine at the 900 watts but one has to get used to it even if you had a 900 watt before this seems a bit hotter which is fine. The door latch is easy to use, a plus. So overall a solid 4. With a larger display and a bit easier controls then a 5. For the money, hard to beat. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on July 9, 2022 by Quigley

  • Good size for thee money.
Color: Stainless Steel Size: 0.9 Cubic Feet
This microwave is very handy for the small space I have for it. Well worth the money. Thank you.
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on September 2, 2022 by Sandra Press

  • Learn from my stupidity: Do NOT buy this microwave!
Color: Stainless Steel Size: 0.9 Cubic Feet
The media could not be loaded. Microwave ovens are not something most rational adults spend a lot time thinking about. I like to think that I’m a rational adult: I have no opinions, feelings or needs that pertain to any microwave oven (or any household appliance, honestly.) If you put a gun to my head and forced me to talk microwaves (this rarely happens, BTW), I might admit this: I’ve bought two microwaves in as many decades. If I ever bought a third, it would have to offer what #1 & #2 brought to my kitchen: 1) When I want to eat something warm-ish and I want it pronto, a microwave appliance needs to deliver. Every time. All the time. 2) The array of features a microwave offers — buttons for multiple heat settings, buttons that ‘cook by weight’, various defrost settings, kitchen timers — is okay by me, seriously. And I promise to use my microwave keypad as God intended: by pressing the ‘Popcorn’ button when appropriate, and setting the cook time according to the side-panel instructions considered optimal by the scientists behind HotPockets. 3) As long as it cooks whatever I want, when I want using the three buttons I want? I’m sold... I’ll pay up to $100. I don’t need or care about a warranty, instruction booklets or exclusive recipes that are microwave-ready. Just give me a box to reheat pizza for 8-10 years and requires zero maintenance, upkeep or service. Simple. Westinghouse, at least when it comes to this microwave, doesn’t agree with the “simple” part... or the “reliable” part. Or the “multi-year lifespan” approach. In short: DO NOT BUY THIS MICROWAVE... unless my experience embodies what you look for in appliances: 1) Less than 72 hours after plugging my new microwave in, I only used it four or five times (this is way below normal for me). Compared to the punishment of constant use my previous microwaves suffered, this Westinghouse should have had a ‘profuse thank you’ preset to acknowledge my gentleness during its first couple of days. 2) Around Hour 72:02, I placed the popcorn in the microwave, mostly to test how Westinghouse performed this critical basic function. 3) For some reason, Pop Secret and their ilk (the powerful “Big Popcorn” cabal) began adding instructions on each bag a few years ago. While this was great news for the 11 people holding out until the five-step “Secrets To Popping Perfect Popcorn” went public, the instructions began with a sternly worded, illustration-accompanied and partially CAPITALIZED “Step #1”: “For best results and to avoid BURNING, SCORCHING or POSSIBLE INJURY, follow these instructions closely and follow the cooking times indicated: DO NOT USE OVEN PRESET BUTTON FOR ‘POPCORN’.” 4) What??? Now, I would love to discuss this whole ‘popcorn preset’ conspiracy, but I can’t. Because WESTINGHOUSE designed, manufactured and shipped me a microwave where the oven light burned out... BURNED OUT. What, the intense stress it endured? I got to use this thing five times (around 15 minutes of microwaving)! The light inside quit??? Westinghouse, did you not build this appliance with the understanding that some of us may subject your products to a period of use exceeding 15 minutes??? I called Amazon, whose customer service was professional and perfect as always. They woman I spoke to from Amazon treated my darkened microwave “crisis” with a gentle urgency, soothing validation and sense of mission... all the Amazon things I love that they do. The Amazon rep told me she would send out a new Microwave now, and I could return the Darkened One later, no cost or effort on my part. Apologies ensued from this kind person, for a situation she neither caused nor allowed. But I had to ask. “Can’t you just ship me a lightbulb, and I’ll screw it in? Wouldn’t that be easiest?” I asked. I am naive about microwave engineering. The Amazon lady explained: “The manufacturer of the microwave you purchased from us, actually any microwave you buy these days online or not, the appliance isn’t built in a way where it makes sense to repair something.” I may have said “Huhhhh?” If not, I know I said this: “It seems like shipping 50 pounds of microwave oven back and forth is... less efficient than sending me a lightbulb. Less work for everyone, too.” Then the nice Amazon lady told me all I need to know, and why I was an idiot to buy a Westinghouse microwave (on top of Westinghouse going bankrupt because their NUCLEAR POWER PLANT division was not very good at building NUCLEAR POWERED REACTORS). Amazon lady explained: “Most microwaves and appliances, or a lot of them, are put together using proprietary and patented techniques... There probably isn’t a lightbulb, really.” She told me that returning the microwave was a smart thing for me to do: if there was a fabrication issue that made the lights go out after 15 minutes of use, the rest of the microwave might start failing later... which would be bad if the return period had passed. I AM AN IDIOT. I decided not to return the microwave. I can heat up soup without interior lighting, I decided. This is a ridiculous reason to pack up a heavy, big appliance. It won’t fail. It’s a lightbulb! Guess what. Yes. I AM AN IDIOT. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on October 21, 2018 by Jonathan D. Bates

  • Works Great!
Color: Stainless Steel Size: 0.9 Cubic Feet
I like it!
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on August 26, 2022 by Amazon Customer

  • Perfect
Color: Stainless Steel Size: 0.9 Cubic Feet
Perfect size, great price, and easy to use! So far so good:) looks nice too!
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on August 15, 2022 by Theresa

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