The 2 Best Convection Microwave Ovens March, 2020 (And 12 Other Models)

Alphachooser's list of the newest convection microwave ovens includes only microwave ovens that obey to these criteria:

  • A convection microwave, such as those manufactured by Panasonic and Sharp, among other brands, must double as an oven and include a convection fan.
  • This list includes convection microwaves in all shapes, from countertop to over-the-range models, as well as some built-in units.


The List:

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Alpha
Rank:
#1
Our
Score:
4.1
Confidence
Level:
OK
Despite a lower review sample, taking into account its aggregated ranking of 82%, we conclude that the Sharp R1874T is, as of now, Alphachooser's best convection microwave 2020. Alphachooser also concludes that our sample of 107 reviews from our sources gives us a safe-enough confidence level (more on confidence levels) that prompts us to name it the most interesting choice as of now.

Sharp R1874T

Cooking power: 850-watt
Alpha
Rank:
#2
Our
Score:
3.6
Confidence
Level:
Good
Based on 3.5 stars averaged over 1402 reviews, here is second best convection microwave. * This choice (and the following members of this best convection microwave models list), is based on a full computation of hundreds of convection microwave reviews from across the web.

Cuisinart CMW-200

Special features: Grill feature
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More convection microwave ovens, sorted by the latest model first:

Samsung MC11K7035CG

Special features: Glass turntable
Cooking power: 1700 (1700W when using the power convection, 1300W when grilling, and 900W when using the microwave-only function)-watt
Cooking power: 1.1 cu. ft.

Samsung MC17J8000CS

Special features: Sound on/off, Steam clean
Cooking power: 950-watt
Cooking power: 1.7 cu. ft.

KitchenAid KMHC319ESS

Special features: Chrome inlaid frame, Satin-textured handle, Steam-cleaning function
Cooking power: 1.9 cu. ft.

Samsung MC12J8035CT

Special features: PowerGrill Duo (grill heater), Hot Blast (combination cooking), Oven-type door (It opens downward), Sound on/off
Cooking power: 900-watt
Cooking power: 1.2 cu. ft.

Frigidaire FPBM3077RF

Special features: Fancy interior design
Cooking power: 1050-watt
Cooking power: 1.8 cu. ft.

KitchenAid KMBP100EBS

Special features: EasyConvect Conversion System, CrispWave technology
Cooking power: 1.4 cu. ft.

Whirlpool WMH76719CS

Special features: AccuPop cycle (a feature intended to help cook popcorn better, by using a sound sensor)
Cooking power: 1100-watt

Sharp R930CS

Special features: Help menu, Carousel porcelain coated steel turntable, Stainless steel door

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