Kenmore is a brand name of household appliances produced mainly by Whirlpool for sale at Sears and K-Mart stores. Sears sold its first Kenmore washing machine back in 1927. By 1936, Sears had sold 1 million Kenmore laundry products. Today Kenmore manufactures a wide variety of home appliances, including outdoor grills, washing machines, dehumidifiers, sewing machines, air cleaners, vacuum cleaners, air conditioners, ovens, refrigerators, dishwashers and microwave ovens. Kenmore makes a wide variety of countertop and micro-hood combination microwave ovens.

Kenmore's countertop microwaves are available as compact, mid-size, family-size and full-size units. Compact units are 0.7 cubic feet. Mid-size ovens range from 0.8 to 1.2 cubic feet. Family-size microwave ovens vary from 1.3 to 1.8 cubic feet. Full-size Kenmore microwaves are larger than 1.8 cubic feet.

Kenmore's smallest models have power outputs of 800 watts. Larger units pump out as much as 1,200 watts of power. Kenmore microwave ovens have 10 power levels for a myriad of cooking options.

Combination convection/microwave ovens are available in 1.0, 1.2 and 2.0 cubic foot models. They combine linear microwave power and convection heating. These models cook food much faster and more evenly than conventional ovens.

In addition to Kenmore's countertop design, they also manufacture microhood combo microwave ovens. Microhood ovens are made in both 30 and 36 inch widths to mate with either size oven below. Several models are available as convection oven combo units. Sensor Cook and Speed Cook options are also available on certain models.

Microhood combo units are available as 1.4, 1.7 and 2.0 cubic foot models. Power output varies from 900 watts to 1,200 watts, depending on the unit. Some models have Advantium technology, while others have Kenmore Ultra HeatWave Technology.

Kenmore microwave ovens have a standard one year warranty. Most models are available in black, white, off-white and stainless steel.








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