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Panasonic launches its first microwave range in India

Panasonic launches its first microwave range in India

India Blooms News Service | 22 Jul 2016, 03:44 am
New Delhi, July 21 (IBNS): Panasonic India Pvt. Ltd on Thursday announced its foray into the Solo microwave segment in India.
This is to bolster their already strong line up of Convection and Grill microwave ovens. 
 
The all new models are especially designed for young Indian families, youth who live away from their homes in hostels as PGs etc., and users whose chief requirement for a microwave oven is to heat/re-heat food. 
 
The solo range allows quick heating of food and basic cooking. The two new models are available in 20 litres capacity.

These solo microwave ovens, NN-SM255W and NN-ST266B come with mechanical and digital controls respectively. These models are designed to offer everyday convenience with features like Auto Menu for cooking quick meals,  Vapor Clean for easy cleaning and are super easy to operate. 

Gaurav Minocha, Head- Home Appliances, Panasonic India said, “The solo microwave range is especially designed for the working class and targets the youth in India. It is also targeted towards the consumer who wants cooking to be hassle-free, quick and cannot use gas stoves. With the introduction of our solo microwave range, we aim to provide a one-stop solution for heating and cooking. With advanced technology, enhanced functions and premium design features, our range ensures to deliver perfectly cooked food while saving your time and energy.”

Panasonic launches its first microwave range in India

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