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  • Chenelle Womack

    Microwave in a Drawer! The Sharp Insight Pro Microwave Drawer provides easy access to cooked foods. The drawer design also does away with the need to remove dishes from the oven to check and stir food during the cooking process. Sounds fascinating,,,,

  • Ana Stanton

    Sharp's microwave drawer. There's no reason to pay for a premium brand on this appliance

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