Russell Hobbs RHFM2363B review
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The Russell Hobbs RHFM2363B flatbed microwave doesn't have a turntable as the cavity walls are cleverly designed to bounce and reflect microwaves around the interior to heat food evenly. This should mean more space for larger dishes, but will it also heat your chilli to perfection, or leave you with cold spots in your curry?What's included:
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