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Deal of the week: Panasonic grill microwave

The best online deals on Panasonic NN-K125MBBPQ
Panasonic grill microwave

Deal of the week: Panasonic NN-K125MBBPQ grill microwave

Which? has been scouring the web this week for the best online deals on the Panasonic NN-K125MBBPQ grill microwave.

This week we’ve been tracking down the best price for this grill microwave from Panasonic – and we have a tie-break situation on our hands for the lowest price. Both Amazon and Dixons are selling the microwave for £72 including free delivery.

We didn’t have much luck on Panasonic’s own website – not only was it priced £89.99 but it was also temporarily out of stock. Argos was also out of stock.

Panasonic NN-K125MBBPQ grill microwave

A grill microwave combines normal microwave cooking with a heating element – meaning this type of microwave is able to brown food and give it a more attractive appearance and texture. 

According to Panasonic, the combination setting on the metallic silver NN-K125MBBPQ model is able to give ‘traditional browned and crisp results in a fraction of the time needed for conventional cooking.’

Which? tests microwaves

We’ve lab tested the Panasonic NN-K125MBBPQ grill microwave, along with 10 other Panasonic microwaves including the NN-A554W combination microwave, the NN-CF768 combi and another Panasonic grill microwave, the NN-GD 566 M. Read the full verdict on all these microwaves and more in our microwaves review.

Plus, take a look our expert advice on how to get the most out of your microwave.

Deal of the week

Spotted it for less elsewhere? Found a great bargain on a microwave? Let us know – email with the details and we’ll update this page.

As well as , we’ve also tested a range of other cooking appliances – including built-in ovens, freestanding cookers, range cookers, steamers, slow cookers and health grills

All prices correct as of 10am, 24 February 2010.

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