Panasonic NN-GD37HSBPQ Compact Microwave Oven with Grill and Turntable, 1000 W, 23 Litres, Inverter Power, Good for Bacon, x13 “One Touch” Programmes for easy cooking, Silve


Panasonic Microwave Oven


Weight: 10 kg
Dimensions: 19.21 x 15.55 x 10.98 cm; 10 Kilograms
Brand: Panasonic
Part: NN-GD37HSBPQ
Colour: Stainless Steel
Batteries Required: No
Batteries Included: No
Colour: Stainless Steel
Dimensions: 19.21 x 15.55 x 10.98 cm; 10 Kilograms

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121 Responses

  1. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    It’s been our only source for cooking fir over a year. What an excellent machine. Grilled chicken to a T. Only downside is that the water it generates from spills or steam has rusted the plate wheel run causing sluggish turning of the plate. Still give it a 5 sta

  2. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Very good value for money and very adjustable on power and timings not used grill yet but we have some foods that would get blasted at 100 but just for shorter periods with a normal microwave but can heat much more gently in this one

    Bigger than our previous one and very good price for this kind of inverter tec

    Arrived on time and in perfect conditio

    New inverter technology is very useful on low 270 perfect on delicate foods

  3. Roland Hutchinson says:

     United Kingdom

    Very good service and delivery but it is a bit noisy when working but looks good

  4. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Good sturdy medium sized oven.
    Easy to set up, the installation booklet is actually easy to follow and read for once, no flimsy fold out pamphlet here..
    There are elements of the oven that must be used in tandem sometimes,please take note
    Controls are easy to see and use.

  5. GingerJ78dqjv says:

     United Kingdom

    Comply with all what I need and more. Nice design. Rather powerful. Easy to use. If you are looking for a very large size, this may not be convenient. I used a 30 cm dish and it was fine

  6. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    My last few microwaves have all been the cheap ones you get in supermarkets – the ones that are low powered and always manage to spoil jacket potatoes.

    What a difference this one makes. Not one thing got spoiled so far ( with one exception, mentioned below). There are set programs for frozen foods, chilled meals and jacket potatoes. If you follow the instructions these are always extremely successful. I now realise what some of these frozen ready meals are supposed to taste like, even the really cheap ones costing 85p !

    I have to admit that I made a mistake in buying it, but I am pleased that I did. I thought it was a complete oven as well as microwave but it is actually a very powerful microwave with a built in grill. It is an absolutely excellent combination and presents food in a much more acceptable way than the soggy messes than the cheaper microwaves give.

    The instructions are complicated and it took me a couple of intense sessions, writing notes , to fathom out how to work it properly. I had an “Aha!” moment when the penny finally dropped. There are two parallel rows of buttons with a dial knob in between. The top row is timer based . The bottom row is weight based. The knob adjusts accordingly. Once I had twigged this the whole thing made sense. I am not quite sure why someone at Panasonic didn’t just write this on the front page of the instruction book in block capitals.

    The one mistake was trying to microwave/grill chicken nuggets , one of my early projects. Even the dog couldn’t crunch the resulting teeth breakers. I have decided that, “horses for courses” our hot air fryer is a much easier and effective machine for little frozen items.

    To finalise, this machine has *significantly* improved the quality of food I have been eating. I would highly recommend it without reservation.

  7. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    My last few microwaves have all been the cheap ones you get in supermarkets – the ones that are low powered and always manage to spoil jacket potatoes.

    What a difference this one makes. Not one thing got spoiled so far ( with one exception, mentioned below). There are set programs for frozen foods, chilled meals and jacket potatoes. If you follow the instructions these are always extremely successful. I now realise what some of these frozen ready meals are supposed to taste like, even the really cheap ones costing 85p !

    I have to admit that I made a mistake in buying it, but I am pleased that I did. I thought it was a complete oven as well as microwave but it is actually a very powerful microwave with a built in grill. It is an absolutely excellent combination and presents food in a much more acceptable way than the soggy messes than the cheaper microwaves give.

    The instructions are complicated and it took me a couple of intense sessions, writing notes , to fathom out how to work it properly. I had an “Aha!” moment when the penny finally dropped. There are two parallel rows of buttons with a dial knob in between. The top row is timer based . The bottom row is weight based. The knob adjusts accordingly. Once I had twigged this the whole thing made sense. I am not quite sure why someone at Panasonic didn’t just write this on the front page of the instruction book in block capitals.

    The one mistake was trying to microwave/grill chicken nuggets , one of my early projects. Even the dog couldn’t crunch the resulting teeth breakers. I have decided that, “horses for courses” our hot air fryer is a much easier and effective machine for little frozen items.

    To finalise, this machine has *significantly* improved the quality of food I have been eating. I would highly recommend it without reservation.

  8. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    My last few microwaves have all been the cheap ones you get in supermarkets – the ones that are low powered and always manage to spoil jacket potatoes.

    What a difference this one makes. Not one thing got spoiled so far ( with one exception, mentioned below). There are set programs for frozen foods, chilled meals and jacket potatoes. If you follow the instructions these are always extremely successful. I now realise what some of these frozen ready meals are supposed to taste like, even the really cheap ones costing 85p !

    I have to admit that I made a mistake in buying it, but I am pleased that I did. I thought it was a complete oven as well as microwave but it is actually a very powerful microwave with a built in grill. It is an absolutely excellent combination and presents food in a much more acceptable way than the soggy messes than the cheaper microwaves give.

    The instructions are complicated and it took me a couple of intense sessions, writing notes , to fathom out how to work it properly. I had an “Aha!” moment when the penny finally dropped. There are two parallel rows of buttons with a dial knob in between. The top row is timer based . The bottom row is weight based. The knob adjusts accordingly. Once I had twigged this the whole thing made sense. I am not quite sure why someone at Panasonic didn’t just write this on the front page of the instruction book in block capitals.

    The one mistake was trying to microwave/grill chicken nuggets , one of my early projects. Even the dog couldn’t crunch the resulting teeth breakers. I have decided that, “horses for courses” our hot air fryer is a much easier and effective machine for little frozen items.

    To finalise, this machine has *significantly* improved the quality of food I have been eating. I would highly recommend it without reservation.

  9. Mark Austin says:

     United Kingdom

    My last few microwaves have all been the cheap ones you get in supermarkets – the ones that are low powered and always manage to spoil jacket potatoes.

    What a difference this one makes. Not one thing got spoiled so far ( with one exception, mentioned below). There are set programs for frozen foods, chilled meals and jacket potatoes. If you follow the instructions these are always extremely successful. I now realise what some of these frozen ready meals are supposed to taste like, even the really cheap ones costing 85p !

    I have to admit that I made a mistake in buying it, but I am pleased that I did. I thought it was a complete oven as well as microwave but it is actually a very powerful microwave with a built in grill. It is an absolutely excellent combination and presents food in a much more acceptable way than the soggy messes than the cheaper microwaves give.

    The instructions are complicated and it took me a couple of intense sessions, writing notes , to fathom out how to work it properly. I had an “Aha!” moment when the penny finally dropped. There are two parallel rows of buttons with a dial knob in between. The top row is timer based . The bottom row is weight based. The knob adjusts accordingly. Once I had twigged this the whole thing made sense. I am not quite sure why someone at Panasonic didn’t just write this on the front page of the instruction book in block capitals.

    The one mistake was trying to microwave/grill chicken nuggets , one of my early projects. Even the dog couldn’t crunch the resulting teeth breakers. I have decided that, “horses for courses” our hot air fryer is a much easier and effective machine for little frozen items.

    To finalise, this machine has *significantly* improved the quality of food I have been eating. I would highly recommend it without reservation.

  10. IrvinRQTdnnaq says:

     United Kingdom

    Love everything about it and it’s light enough to wall mou

  11. Chris Chin says:

     United Kingdom

    It seems we always change our microwaves because they rust out This time we have chosen a stainless steel version hoping it lasts a bit longer. We have had Panasonic products before and they have always given us really good service. This machine works well and isn’t as loud as other microwaves we have owned. The grill on this needs some practice really the likes of bacon need to be microwaved first and then finished off on the grill element and it turns out quite reasonable

  12. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    It seems we always change our microwaves because they rust out This time we have chosen a stainless steel version hoping it lasts a bit longer. We have had Panasonic products before and they have always given us really good service. This machine works well and isn’t as loud as other microwaves we have owned. The grill on this needs some practice really the likes of bacon need to be microwaved first and then finished off on the grill element and it turns out quite reasonable

  13. BrockSnyder says:

     United Kingdom

    It seems we always change our microwaves because they rust out This time we have chosen a stainless steel version hoping it lasts a bit longer. We have had Panasonic products before and they have always given us really good service. This machine works well and isn’t as loud as other microwaves we have owned. The grill on this needs some practice really the likes of bacon need to be microwaved first and then finished off on the grill element and it turns out quite reasonable

  14. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    It seems we always change our microwaves because they rust out This time we have chosen a stainless steel version hoping it lasts a bit longer. We have had Panasonic products before and they have always given us really good service. This machine works well and isn’t as loud as other microwaves we have owned. The grill on this needs some practice really the likes of bacon need to be microwaved first and then finished off on the grill element and it turns out quite reasonable

  15. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    I was worried that this low cost item would work OK. So far it is performing perfectly.
    Lino

  16. TorstenValenti says:

     United Kingdom

    Very easy to use and programme, and being 1000w cooks quickly. Defrost great, but keep eye on the process. I over did it one time and started cooking! Only downside I see at the moment is you can only set in 10 second intervals. As cooks quickly would be better with a 5 second option.

  17. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Product bought for son moving to studio flat so this product size was sufficient. Great looking and easy to keep clean. Have one myself so did’nt hesitate to order.

  18. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Excellent microwave and the new wave of very quiet devices. We had a Panasonic from 3-4 years ago and compared to that, this is so much quieter both when the microwave is on at 1000 watts and also when the grill is warming up.
    The design is very nice and sits well with modern kitchens and appliances.
    We would recommend this for anyone needing the capabilities of a large microwave but in a smaller form/size.

  19. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    A vast improvement on anything else at the same price. This Microwave is extremely well specified and powerful at 1000 Watts (it cooks very quickly) and includes an Oven and Grill which is unusual at the price I paid. It also has an “Inverter” which supposedly heats the food more evenly than a standard Microwave. I’m no technical expert but I’m certainly satisfied with the results. There is an extremely comprehensive users manual provided (which I recommend that you read first if you have half an hour to spare) and this is definitely required due to the plethora of functions which even includes a self cleaning function (Aqua Clean) and a “Chaos Defrost” function (yes really) but search me for what exactly this means (it does defrost frozen food very well though). Not recommended if you just want to heat up the occasional ready meal as its overkill for this but I’m delighted with it.

  20. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    A vast improvement on anything else at the same price. This Microwave is extremely well specified and powerful at 1000 Watts (it cooks very quickly) and includes an Oven and Grill which is unusual at the price I paid. It also has an “Inverter” which supposedly heats the food more evenly than a standard Microwave. I’m no technical expert but I’m certainly satisfied with the results. There is an extremely comprehensive users manual provided (which I recommend that you read first if you have half an hour to spare) and this is definitely required due to the plethora of functions which even includes a self cleaning function (Aqua Clean) and a “Chaos Defrost” function (yes really) but search me for what exactly this means (it does defrost frozen food very well though). Not recommended if you just want to heat up the occasional ready meal as its overkill for this but I’m delighted with it.

  21. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    A vast improvement on anything else at the same price. This Microwave is extremely well specified and powerful at 1000 Watts (it cooks very quickly) and includes an Oven and Grill which is unusual at the price I paid. It also has an “Inverter” which supposedly heats the food more evenly than a standard Microwave. I’m no technical expert but I’m certainly satisfied with the results. There is an extremely comprehensive users manual provided (which I recommend that you read first if you have half an hour to spare) and this is definitely required due to the plethora of functions which even includes a self cleaning function (Aqua Clean) and a “Chaos Defrost” function (yes really) but search me for what exactly this means (it does defrost frozen food very well though). Not recommended if you just want to heat up the occasional ready meal as its overkill for this but I’m delighted with it.

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