Russell Hobbs RHM3003B 30L Digital 900W Combination Microwave, Black

£160.60£170.60 (-6%)

  • This stylish large capacity 30 litre Russell Hobbs Microwave comes in black housing and features a modern mirrored door finish
  • Cooking meals for family and friends or reheating large plates of food becomes simple and easy with 900 watts of microwave
  • The combination aspect enables you to combine microwave energy, a grill, and convection heating (fan assisted) so you can heat, roast, crisp and brown. Ideal for cooking lasagnes, pizzas, baked potatoes and cottage pies.
  • This microwave has a 31.5cm wide removable glass turntable and a stainless steel interior for easy cleaning. It also has weight and time defrost settings a child safety lock and a simple, functional control panel, including clock and digital timer. It comes complete with a grill rack and baking tray, giving everything you need to use every function of this combination microwave.
  • Dimensions (cm) – H33.5026 x W51.9938 x D51.0
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  1. 04

    by Camilla C.

    This microwave is very large and we only use it for the microwave element. The machine is quite light for it’s size which doesn’t give a quality feel, but saves your worktop. It works well and has a large area for putting in a big plate or several jacket potatoes. It is a powerful microwave, but still takes a while to cook large potatoes and a lot of dripping, condensation is created inside the machine. This quickly disappears, but isn’t so appetising to see! Also, it needs wiping down after each use, but this is easier than in most microwaves, as it’s large. Nice looking on the outside and the food can be seen quite well while cooking.

  2. 04

    by Resist The Kalergi Plan

    How many times have you came home from the pub, felt hungry, but looked at the cooker and then wondered why we don’t have the magic food maker thingy from star trek? You know because the cooker seems to take ages when you just want some food, right there and then!

    Well, that was me last weekend, but settling with the sadness that I’m probably born too early for that food maker thingy from star trek, i just grabbed a pizza out the freezer, and following the weight of the pizza, (handily marked on the pizza box) – i pressed the button, twisted the dial, and the microwave indicated It’d be ready in just 15minutes time. Wonderful i thought, time enough to go pour another drink that i shouldn’t have poured, and when the microwave stopped, the top of the pizza was perfect, and when i say perfect i do mean that!
    The cheese and tomato looked lovely, the salami wasn’t burnt to crisp, the crust was full and nicely toasted, and it was baking hot.
    Luvly Jubbly!

    One thing i expected, was those hardish spots you sometimes get on some foods when cooked in a microwave, but this microwave didn’t do that to the food, or anything else I’ve cooked in it since, thankfully.

    So upon first inspection of the pizza, it looked good, it felt good, i felt good, the world felt anew and wonderful, like i was living in the Tomorrow’s World future set, (remember that show?) – but sadly when i tried to slide the pizza onto a plate, i realized the underside was still sort of undercooked!
    Now it wasn’t so undercooked that the dough was still raw, it just wasn’t quite cooked enough as it would’ve been if cooked in the oven, but it could at least be held and didn’t fall apart.
    I have to admit that i got into a bit of a panic, like how can this infernal machine trick me like this?! Well i didn’t want to risk overcooking the top side of the pizza as it was perfect, so i said to myself, to hell with it, lets eat this thing!

    I slid that pizza onto the plate and i rolled the pizza cutter over that bad boy, and i made do with the fact that it was ‘saggin’ – but i have to say, i totally enjoyed it.

    I don’t cook all that much in microwaves, but if I’ve had a few drinks and can’t be bothered to cook, i power this up for a quick munchie and it does a much better job of cooking than any other microwave I’ve had in the past. That might be due to my last microwave being roughly 15yrs old and not having this technology in it, who knows, but at least this one ALMOST cooks perfect pizza, and for that, I’m happy with this.

  3. 04

    by VSA

    I bought this oven a few weeks ago and it is more than I expected. Can cook food perfectly in convection mode and takes less than 5 minutes to preheat at 230 degrees. We have a range cooker and using the oven consumes too much electricity because of size but also the time it takes to preheat. With this combination oven, I will save a lot of money at a time when energy prices have been a huge problem.
    The combination modes combine microwave/convection or microwave/convection/grill to warm up food, such as lasagna, meat etc in a way that makes the food feel and taste like it was warmed up in a conventional oven and not in a microwave.
    Before I bought it, I read some reviews about the oven not reaching the quoted temperatures (someone even put a thermometer in the oven). Well, I can tell you that preheated at 230 degrees, it cooks food perfectly and the rotation of the dish guarantees even cooking.
    Also, I must compliment the instruction manual which is excellent.
    Buy without hesitation!

  4. 04

    by Mrs M Jones

    Bought to replace 27L 1000W Panasonic Combi which, after just 18 months, cut out with a strong smell of burning and ‘scorch’ marks round door latches. Decided on this Russell Hobbs as it is similar to one we had previously, with heater in the rear (as opposed to Panasonics above).The interior quality is superb and cleans well. Exterior metal had a small dent in it and sounds “tinny” Viewing through the door is inadequate if monitoring how brown a dish is. Easy set up to start cooking, once I remembered to select ‘confirm’ after every instruction. The +30 second button is a good feature. BUT who on earth decided 5 beeps should signal time’s up, when 2 would suffice. If I’m fast enough I can wizz the door open 2 seconds early to avoid this annoyance. 6 WEEKS after purchase. Convection side disappointing. Frozen pies eg Pukka are underdone on bottom pastry and not browned on top, even after extra 15 minutes. Ditto homemade mince pies, Yes I did some early to try out rather than have a disaster on the 24th. Manual gives no help on cooking in stages, unlike the Panasonic. 6 MONTHS LATER. I’m almost wishing this would die a death so I could justify buying a new micro/Combi. This manual is a joke so-much-so I downloaded the Panasonic manual which I had previously. Nothing cooks within the suggested temperature or times that I was used to or as advised in cook books/packets. Have gone back to using my Moffat built in grill and now steam veggies on gas hob. Energy bills will be up but at least I can see what’s cooking and have
    confidence in end results. I will just have to put up with a soggy bottom on my Pukka Pie!!!

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