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Microwaves


One of the handiest tools to have in the modern kitchen, the humble microwave ensures that you can heat food or drinks up in a hurry. Here at DID Electrical, we have a large collection of microwaves that vary in style, size, price, and brand.

In our collection, we stock leading microwave brands like Dimplex, Sharp, and Hotpoint, and our range spans microwaves of all powers and capacities, from 700-900-watt microwaves with 20-30 litre capacities. Regardless of how big your family is or how much microwaving you plan on doing, in our collection of freestanding and combi-microwave ovens, we have something for you.

We even have a small range of microwave accessories in-store and online if you want to add a little something extra.

Can’t make it to one of our 23 stores nationwide? Shop online and order your new microwave for delivery.

Similarly, if you don’t have the cash to buy a new microwave right away, we have a payment plan solution in conjunction with Humm Finance that allows you to buy now and pay later. You can request a quote today, and if you qualify, you will be able to buy now and pay later in instalments.

We also have a DID Protection plan available with AIG that will provide you with an extended warranty and accidental damage cover.

Discover the Exceptional Features of Our Microwaves

One of the handiest tools to have in the modern kitchen, the humble microwave ensures that you can heat food or drinks up in a hurry. Here at DID Electrical, we have a large collection of microwaves that vary in style, size, price, and brand. Our range spans microwaves of all powers and capacities, from 700-900-watt microwaves with 20-30 litre capacities. Regardless of how big your family is or how much microwaving you plan on doing, in our collection of freestanding and combi-microwave ovens, we have something for you.

Types of Microwaves in Ireland

In our collection, explore a diverse range of microwave types designed to suit your specific needs:

1. Built-in Microwaves

  • Seamlessly integrate into your kitchen for a sleek and modern look.
  • Space-saving and convenient for a clutter-free countertop.

2. Over-The-Range Microwaves

  • Optimize kitchen space with a combination of a microwave and range hood.
  • Ideal for those looking to maximize functionality without sacrificing style.

3. Countertop Microwaves

  • Portable and versatile, perfect for kitchens with limited space.
  • Quick and easy installation without the need for additional modifications.

4. Under-Counter Microwaves

  • Space-efficient solutions for those seeking an integrated look.
  • Blend seamlessly with your kitchen cabinets for a polished appearance.

5. Convection Microwaves

  • Enjoy baking and roasting capabilities alongside traditional microwave functions.
  • Perfect for versatile cooking options in a single appliance.

How to Choose the Best Microwave for You?

Tips on choosing the right microwave based on your specific needs:

  • Consider Kitchen Size:

    • Opt for a countertop microwave for smaller kitchens.
    • Built-in or over-the-range microwaves are great for larger kitchen spaces.
  • Evaluate Cooking Habits:

    • Convection microwaves are suitable for those who enjoy baking and roasting.
    • Countertop microwaves are convenient for quick and simple heating.
  • Preferred Features:

    • Explore microwaves with advanced technology for precise cooking.
    • Check the capacity to ensure it meets your family's needs.

FAQs About Microwaves:

Can I use plastic containers in a microwave oven?

It is generally safe to use plastic containers in a microwave oven if they are labelled "microwave safe." However, it is best to avoid using plastic containers with a #3 or #7 recycling symbol, as they may contain potentially harmful chemicals.

Can I put metal in a microwave oven?

It is generally not recommended to put metal in a microwave oven, as it can cause sparks and potentially damage the microwave or start a fire. Some types of metal, such as aluminium foil, can be used in a microwave oven as long as they are not in contact with the sides or corners of the microwave.

Find more FAQs in our buying guide for microwaves.

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