Sharp’s new microwave makes delicious home cooked meals a breeze!
- 25 June, 2008 12:24
<p>Sharp Corporation of Australia is delighted to announce the release of the new Sharp 1100 watt Sensor Microwave Oven, the R-490N(S), which combines the latest microwave technology with a stylish and contemporary stainless steel fascia.</p>
<p>Designed for fast and efficient cooking, reheating and/or defrosting, the Sharp R–490N(S) features an impressive 1100 W of output power as well as a large 360mm turntable – ideal for either big family meals or just a quick snack!</p>
<p>Pre-programmed for added convenience are 10 delicious and healthy recipes to make serving tasty, low fat and vegetarian family meals a breeze. When it comes to making meals in a hurry, the Sharp R–490N(S) more than meets the challenge with three express defrost and express meal menus and six express cook menus. The inbuilt sensor feature offers a further 16 sensor cook menus and six sensor reheat menus which can help transform even a basic cook into a culinary genius.</p>
<p>The Sharp R–490N(S) is also designed to ensure ease of operation. The easy to read LCD information panel provides simple, step by step instructions including a demonstration starter mode with an overview of the inbuilt features and functions. Other features include a push-open door, child lock, alarm function and timer/clock.</p>
<p>With its vast selection of cooking, defrosting and reheating options, streamlined stainless steel fascia and user friendly features, the Sharp R-490N(S) is the perfect choice for today’s modern kitchen.</p>
<p>The Sharp R-490N(S) microwave oven is available from all leading electrical retailers for $RRP604.</p>
<p>For product information and full specifications visit www.sharp.net.au or call 1300 13 55 30.</p>
<p>For further information and images contact Melanie Micallef, Bay Street Mediaworks on (02) 9212 4335 or firstname.lastname@example.org</p>
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