About Panasonic Microwaves
“Panasonic continues to show the world that making products is about providing solutions to everyday problems, improving the lives of consumers and equipping businesses with the right tools to ever move forward, and prepare for any challenge that lies ahead.” Stewart Fowler, Managing Director Panasonic New Zealand.
Panasonic will soon be celebrating its 100th birthday, being founded as Matsushita Electric Housewares Manufacturing Works in 1918, by Konosuke Matsushita. From bicycle lamps to irons, washing machines, cassette recorders, microwaves and CD players, the company now makes pretty much every appliance you could need in your home – including microwaves.
What our survey respondents say about Panasonic microwaves
Canstar Blue’s most recent microwave satisfaction survey sought the opinions of 745 New Zealanders; some of the comments from owners of Panasonic microwaves were as follows:
|It is fantastic. A great model. Nice appeal. Easy to clean as it has no glass so is flat inside. Great microwave.||Sometimes have to get the book out to reset it. Not easy to clean around the grill area.|
|It is great – no turntable, so easy cleaning.||No button for reheating a drink (coffee).|
|A good, well-known brand. You know what you are getting.||Too many functions – never use any of them – I stick to the basics.|
|I have always owned one and have been very happy with them.||First appliance with the silvertone effect. It shows all the marks easily.|
|Has a wide range of heats and cooking choices.||Functions are a bit difficult to understand.|
Source: www.canstarblue.co.nz microwaves survey 2015, conducted by Colmar Brunton
Other microwave brands we surveyed
Canstar Blue commissions Colmar Brunton to regularly survey New Zealand consumers across a range of categories to measure and track customer satisfaction. The outcomes reported are the results from customers within the survey group who have purchased a microwave in the last three years – in this case, 745 New Zealanders.
The other microwave brands in this year’s survey are: