Panasonic NN-DF386BBPQ 3-in-1 Combination Microwave Oven, 1000 W, 23 Litre, Black


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Energy conservation

Energy savings of 10 % are achieved during operation of the appliance because of the considerably more effective conversion of electric energy to microwave energy. In fact, energy consumption is reduced by 50% in standby mode. This saves your wallet.

More room for enjoyment

Thanks to the space-saving inverter technology, the cooking area can be expanded by about 20%. The possible increase in the size of the flat bed allows you to use larger dishes. For example, with the 27 litre product, you can now use a plate with 340 mm diameter instead of one with a 315 mm diameter. In this way, you have more space for your delicious dishes.



Weight: 13.5 kg
Dimensions: 39.6 x 48.3 x 31 cm; 13.5 Kilograms
Brand: Panasonic
Part: NN-DF386BBPQ
Colour: Black
Batteries Required: No
Batteries Included: No
Colour: Black
Dimensions: 39.6 x 48.3 x 31 cm; 13.5 Kilograms

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77 Responses

  1. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    I’ve not actually owned a microwave before, so nothing to compare this too, plus I didn’t expect to use it very often… yet I now use it everyday! I’ve mainly only used it for reheating food, defrosting and making porridge in the mornings, so not used any of the other features yet, but from what I can garner it seems to be quite a capable device.

    I’ve not had any food related mishaps or explosions yet, but it looks like it’s easy to clean due to the flat bottom design, not to mention that it’s quite cavernous, it’s like having a Tardis sitting in the corner of the kitchen. talking of cleaning, it’s worth noting that it generally needs a wipe down inside after use as it gathers a lot of condensation inside (but maybe that’s a usual thing with microwaves, I don’t know) although that stops your kitchen steaming up I guess.

    Writing this has made me peckish, maybe now is a good time to try that jacket potato recipe.

  2. EstellaDrf says:

     United Kingdom

    I’ve not actually owned a microwave before, so nothing to compare this too, plus I didn’t expect to use it very often… yet I now use it everyday! I’ve mainly only used it for reheating food, defrosting and making porridge in the mornings, so not used any of the other features yet, but from what I can garner it seems to be quite a capable device.

    I’ve not had any food related mishaps or explosions yet, but it looks like it’s easy to clean due to the flat bottom design, not to mention that it’s quite cavernous, it’s like having a Tardis sitting in the corner of the kitchen. talking of cleaning, it’s worth noting that it generally needs a wipe down inside after use as it gathers a lot of condensation inside (but maybe that’s a usual thing with microwaves, I don’t know) although that stops your kitchen steaming up I guess.

    Writing this has made me peckish, maybe now is a good time to try that jacket potato recipe.

  3. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    I’ve not actually owned a microwave before, so nothing to compare this too, plus I didn’t expect to use it very often… yet I now use it everyday! I’ve mainly only used it for reheating food, defrosting and making porridge in the mornings, so not used any of the other features yet, but from what I can garner it seems to be quite a capable device.

    I’ve not had any food related mishaps or explosions yet, but it looks like it’s easy to clean due to the flat bottom design, not to mention that it’s quite cavernous, it’s like having a Tardis sitting in the corner of the kitchen. talking of cleaning, it’s worth noting that it generally needs a wipe down inside after use as it gathers a lot of condensation inside (but maybe that’s a usual thing with microwaves, I don’t know) although that stops your kitchen steaming up I guess.

    Writing this has made me peckish, maybe now is a good time to try that jacket potato recipe.

  4. coolmathgamest says:

     United Kingdom

    I’ve not actually owned a microwave before, so nothing to compare this too, plus I didn’t expect to use it very often… yet I now use it everyday! I’ve mainly only used it for reheating food, defrosting and making porridge in the mornings, so not used any of the other features yet, but from what I can garner it seems to be quite a capable device.

    I’ve not had any food related mishaps or explosions yet, but it looks like it’s easy to clean due to the flat bottom design, not to mention that it’s quite cavernous, it’s like having a Tardis sitting in the corner of the kitchen. talking of cleaning, it’s worth noting that it generally needs a wipe down inside after use as it gathers a lot of condensation inside (but maybe that’s a usual thing with microwaves, I don’t know) although that stops your kitchen steaming up I guess.

    Writing this has made me peckish, maybe now is a good time to try that jacket potato recipe.

  5. 6 News Web Staff says:

     United Kingdom

    I’ve not actually owned a microwave before, so nothing to compare this too, plus I didn’t expect to use it very often… yet I now use it everyday! I’ve mainly only used it for reheating food, defrosting and making porridge in the mornings, so not used any of the other features yet, but from what I can garner it seems to be quite a capable device.

    I’ve not had any food related mishaps or explosions yet, but it looks like it’s easy to clean due to the flat bottom design, not to mention that it’s quite cavernous, it’s like having a Tardis sitting in the corner of the kitchen. talking of cleaning, it’s worth noting that it generally needs a wipe down inside after use as it gathers a lot of condensation inside (but maybe that’s a usual thing with microwaves, I don’t know) although that stops your kitchen steaming up I guess.

    Writing this has made me peckish, maybe now is a good time to try that jacket potato recipe.

  6. SKALylepimedq says:

     United Kingdom

    Very happy in general, easy cleaning due to the flat surface and no turntable. It’s very versatile with the different functions. My only complaint and something that would have earned it 5 stars is the lack of backlighting of the controls. It is very difficult to operate even in daylight. Because I do use it for multiple functions it isn’t easy to remember where every button for every function is. If it had even had light coloured font on the buttons it would help but dark lettering on a dark coloured oven just doesn’t work for me.

  7. RosalinU67 says:

     United Kingdom

    I’ve not actually owned a microwave before, so nothing to compare this too, plus I didn’t expect to use it very often… yet I now use it everyday! I’ve mainly only used it for reheating food, defrosting and making porridge in the mornings, so not used any of the other features yet, but from what I can garner it seems to be quite a capable device.

    I’ve not had any food related mishaps or explosions yet, but it looks like it’s easy to clean due to the flat bottom design, not to mention that it’s quite cavernous, it’s like having a Tardis sitting in the corner of the kitchen. talking of cleaning, it’s worth noting that it generally needs a wipe down inside after use as it gathers a lot of condensation inside (but maybe that’s a usual thing with microwaves, I don’t know) although that stops your kitchen steaming up I guess.

    Writing this has made me peckish, maybe now is a good time to try that jacket potato recipe.

  8. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Very happy in general, easy cleaning due to the flat surface and no turntable. It’s very versatile with the different functions. My only complaint and something that would have earned it 5 stars is the lack of backlighting of the controls. It is very difficult to operate even in daylight. Because I do use it for multiple functions it isn’t easy to remember where every button for every function is. If it had even had light coloured font on the buttons it would help but dark lettering on a dark coloured oven just doesn’t work for me.

  9. SherryIQPM says:

     United Kingdom

    I have used older models of this oven and have never been disappointed by them, they have never failed and I just upgraded to the next model for personal reasons.
    This newest model is the best yet, easy to clean and more economical to run, smaller than the previous one I had but with the same cooking capacity.

  10. EmersonPerron says:

     United Kingdom

    only difficulty is cleaning the inside where heating bars are, its a very powerful microwave so be careful I crisped a couple of things before working it out. Oven is fine grill is slow but works.

  11. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    This is the second one of these as We found it just so easy to use, fits perfectly where it had to go. Rapid setting of time with a turnable knob, no pressing a keypad. Warning, for some reason the manufacturer insist on placing a metal coated sticker showing cook times on the top of the inside frame. On our first microwave this caused arcing across the frame to the door and caused damage. REMOVE this sticker and you should be fine.

  12. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    This is the second one of these as We found it just so easy to use, fits perfectly where it had to go. Rapid setting of time with a turnable knob, no pressing a keypad. Warning, for some reason the manufacturer insist on placing a metal coated sticker showing cook times on the top of the inside frame. On our first microwave this caused arcing across the frame to the door and caused damage. REMOVE this sticker and you should be fine.

  13. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    This is the second one of these as We found it just so easy to use, fits perfectly where it had to go. Rapid setting of time with a turnable knob, no pressing a keypad. Warning, for some reason the manufacturer insist on placing a metal coated sticker showing cook times on the top of the inside frame. On our first microwave this caused arcing across the frame to the door and caused damage. REMOVE this sticker and you should be fine.

  14. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Only used the microwave function so far to heat up food. Lots of settings left for me to explore. Great porridge in under 3 minutes on medium power.

    I like the fact that the door opens with little resistance unlike others which require so much force it almost pulls the microwave off the worktop.

    Only gave 4 stars for Ease to use and Versatility because I’ve yet to explore all the functions of this microwave such as the grill and oven functions.

  15. ReynaQ76rgnlvgh says:

     United Kingdom

    Only used the microwave function so far to heat up food. Lots of settings left for me to explore. Great porridge in under 3 minutes on medium power.

    I like the fact that the door opens with little resistance unlike others which require so much force it almost pulls the microwave off the worktop.

    Only gave 4 stars for Ease to use and Versatility because I’ve yet to explore all the functions of this microwave such as the grill and oven functions.

  16. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Should really be 5 stars but am disappointed in the time it takes to pre heat the oven, very slow in comparison to my previous combination oven, different make, otherwise it seems to be working well.

  17. EdisonBoser says:

     United Kingdom

    Should really be 5 stars but am disappointed in the time it takes to pre heat the oven, very slow in comparison to my previous combination oven, different make, otherwise it seems to be working well.

  18. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Should really be 5 stars but am disappointed in the time it takes to pre heat the oven, very slow in comparison to my previous combination oven, different make, otherwise it seems to be working well.

  19. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    We purchased this microwave as the door opens downwards. It is very easy to use (once you get used to the fact that your food does not go round as it cooks). It does produce a lot of steam, so I have a cloth I use specifically for cleaning it every time I use it. Powerful microwave. I also like the oven feature and have used this several times too. Again easy to use and cooks well too. All in all I recommend this product.

  20. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    As someone who has had several combination microwaves I know what I expect from them. The one I bought before this went back after two weeks, it didn’t do anything very well. This one cost a few pounds more but I absolutely love it.
    It has a drop down door which gives much better access. No turntable so much more choice of dishes etc. two different shelf heights for included baking tray plus a rack for grilling. Intuitive controls, easy to learn and so easy to clean.

  21. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    As someone who has had several combination microwaves I know what I expect from them. The one I bought before this went back after two weeks, it didn’t do anything very well. This one cost a few pounds more but I absolutely love it.
    It has a drop down door which gives much better access. No turntable so much more choice of dishes etc. two different shelf heights for included baking tray plus a rack for grilling. Intuitive controls, easy to learn and so easy to clean.

  22. DanialBrobst says:

     United Kingdom

    As someone who has had several combination microwaves I know what I expect from them. The one I bought before this went back after two weeks, it didn’t do anything very well. This one cost a few pounds more but I absolutely love it.
    It has a drop down door which gives much better access. No turntable so much more choice of dishes etc. two different shelf heights for included baking tray plus a rack for grilling. Intuitive controls, easy to learn and so easy to clean.

  23. ShayPWZUapood says:

     United Kingdom

    This is an excellent microwave, I’m really pleased with its appearance and operational use. One outstanding feature for a free-standing microwave is a pull-down door. For the 10% of us who are left-handed, it is a must and there are actually few of these products with this feature (most have right-hinged doors). Secondly, the flat bed (no turntable) is so much better – easier to clean, much more space inside and better for large dishes. Thirdly, the controls are easy to manage and clear. One tiny, tiny drawback: the door has dark glass and the internal light is dim, so if you are someone who needs to watch your food while it’s cooking (?), then put the room lights on and wear your glasses (as a previous reviewer suggested).

  24. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    This is an excellent microwave, I’m really pleased with its appearance and operational use. One outstanding feature for a free-standing microwave is a pull-down door. For the 10% of us who are left-handed, it is a must and there are actually few of these products with this feature (most have right-hinged doors). Secondly, the flat bed (no turntable) is so much better – easier to clean, much more space inside and better for large dishes. Thirdly, the controls are easy to manage and clear. One tiny, tiny drawback: the door has dark glass and the internal light is dim, so if you are someone who needs to watch your food while it’s cooking (?), then put the room lights on and wear your glasses (as a previous reviewer suggested).

  25. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    This is an excellent microwave, I’m really pleased with its appearance and operational use. One outstanding feature for a free-standing microwave is a pull-down door. For the 10% of us who are left-handed, it is a must and there are actually few of these products with this feature (most have right-hinged doors). Secondly, the flat bed (no turntable) is so much better – easier to clean, much more space inside and better for large dishes. Thirdly, the controls are easy to manage and clear. One tiny, tiny drawback: the door has dark glass and the internal light is dim, so if you are someone who needs to watch your food while it’s cooking (?), then put the room lights on and wear your glasses (as a previous reviewer suggested).

  26. LillaBianco says:

     United Kingdom

    Came close to not buying this Microwave due to some negative reviews regarding the burning instruction labels around the door but decided to go ahead anyway as we like Panasonic products. Before using the Microwave we removed these labels which are not really needed as it turns out that the display will tell you what to do anyway. First use was to heat my soup which I forgot to cover. This was very messy, good job this oven is very easy to clean now I know why my wife wants the kitchen to herself. Easy to use, beeps when ready, even tells you when to open the door. Great oven, can easily recommend.

  27. Angie Bee says:

     United Kingdom

    Came close to not buying this Microwave due to some negative reviews regarding the burning instruction labels around the door but decided to go ahead anyway as we like Panasonic products. Before using the Microwave we removed these labels which are not really needed as it turns out that the display will tell you what to do anyway. First use was to heat my soup which I forgot to cover. This was very messy, good job this oven is very easy to clean now I know why my wife wants the kitchen to herself. Easy to use, beeps when ready, even tells you when to open the door. Great oven, can easily recommend.

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