Kitchenaid Microwave Oven Fits 30″, 27″, and 24″ Wide Cabinets
I love it when I get to write about my favorite appliances. This is one that I discovered as a regional appliance manager visiting customers in the Western U.S. I soon discovered that Southern California had some appliance needs different from other parts of the West. For one thing, there are a lot of homes in California with 24'' wide kitchen cabinets. Kitchen remodels and updates can be challenging because today's built-in appliances are typically made to fit in 27″ and 30″ cabinets.
I learned that there were only certain models of certain brands that had solutions to the 24″ wide issue. When it came to built-in microwaves, the Kitchenaid microwave oven model KBMS104ESS was a one size fits all solution. It is a 24″ wide microwave perfect for installation in a 24″ wide cabinet. It also comes with trim kits that allow it to be installed in a 27″ wide cabinet or a 30″ wide cabinet. Of course, it can also be installed over a 24″, 27″ or 30″ wall oven.
I've noticed that built-in microwaves are being installed in more diverse locations these days. Because the KBMS104ESS has a drop down door, you don't need to worry about a swing out door getting in the way. It's also perfect for install under a countertop in the lower cabinet.
The KBMS104ESS has remained popular over the years because at 1000 watts it packs a lot of power, it comes with a stainless steel interior, a turntable (see above), and has a large 1.4 cu.ft capacity. Over the years, KitchenAid has updated the look with its new handle style and badge. Here's what Kitchenaid has to say about this unique microwave oven:
A bold blend of professionally-inspired styling with sleek touches for the home. This stunning microwave oven features Satin Textured Handles, Precision Touch Controls, a Chrome Inlaid Frame, the KitchenAid® Badge and KitchenAid Brand Medallion.
For more information click on the image below to link to UAKC's detailed specifications:
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