Panasonic Compact Microwave Oven, Easy Clean Interior, Popcorn Button, Child Safety Lock, and Auto Defrost, 0.9 Cu. ft, 900W, NN-SB458S (Black)

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  • Power + Innovation 900 Watts of High Power for Fast, Even Cooking and Delicious Results
  • Microwave Controls 7 Preset Auto Cook Menu Items, 10. 6 Inches Turntable; Delay Start and Timer; More/Less Control; Child Safety Lock; Quick 30sec and Popcorn Button with 3 Cooking Levels
  • Small Countertop Footprint Smart, Compact Design Devotes Less Space to Electronics and Far More Interior Capacity
  • MICROWAVE POPCORN Choose from 3 power level options, depending on the size of the microwave popcorn bag, for perfect popping every time
  • Keep Warm Feature Microwave Keeps Foods Like Vegetables, Soups, Hors D’oeuvres, Gravies, Sauces and Desserts Warm and Delicious in the Oven Until They’re Ready to Serve



SKU: NN-SB458S Categories: ,


The Panasonic 0. 9 cu. ft. countertop microwave oven NN-SB458S provides 900 watts of high cooking power and fits compactly on any kitchen counter.

Microwave popcorn with the push of a button – choose from 3 power level options for perfect popping every time.

Other highlights include 10 Power Levels, Keep Warm mode, Delay Start, Timer, Quick 30sec, 10. 6″ Turntable and More/Less Control.

This small black countertop microwave oven measures 19. 1″W x 11. 5″H x 14. 8″D with an interior big enough dish and a stylish exterior to complement any kitchen décor.

Specification: Panasonic Compact Microwave Oven, Easy Clean Interior, Popcorn Button, Child Safety Lock, and Auto Defrost, 0.9 Cu. ft, 900W, NN-SB458S (Black)

Weight32 lbs
Dimensions19 × 15 × 12 in






3 reviews for Panasonic Compact Microwave Oven, Easy Clean Interior, Popcorn Button, Child Safety Lock, and Auto Defrost, 0.9 Cu. ft, 900W, NN-SB458S (Black)

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  1. Jr1979

    Great microwave. I’ve been using this microwave for two months, it’s perfect. I made the decision to purchase this microwave mainly based on its size. I needed something with a smaller countertop footprint. Surprisingly, the cost was a bit less than I expected to pay. Plenty of room to manage a full size dinner plate. I like that the turntable turns slow. Also, the microwave is amazingly quiet and easy to use. Yes, I definitely recommend it.

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  2. Tinker Boos

    I bought this for an Older Couple that live in an Assisted living Facility and when I went by the other day they informed me that if doesn’t work. I tried it and sure enough it doesn’t work. What can we do to get this resolved?

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  3. V. Moore

    When did microwaves start becoming the size of small cars? That’s what I wondered when checking out the dimensions on all these units. My apartment kitchen is a postage stamp sized affair with less counter space than a camper. I had an old Panasonic microwave that fit the small space I have for one and lived a good long life of 20 years dutifully heating Lean Cuisines and heating up forgotten cups of coffee. It just up and quit one day. The nerve! This replacement unit doesn’t live up to the old unit in that it does NOT have one touch cooking. The old unit you could just press “start” and it would start cooking for one minute. If you pressed “start” again it would add another minute and so on. This unit you have to enter in the time and then hit start. There’s a “quick 30 seconds” button – but that just puts 30 seconds on the clock and then you still have to hit “start”. There’s a mysterious “more” and “less” set of buttons that do not appear to add more or less time to cooking – but I’m sure they serve some purpose to a higher function that I am not interested in. I know the whole one touch issue makes me appear unbearably lazy – but you get used to a feature and then it’s gone and somehow that a few more button presses seem like punishment for wanting to heat something up. I simply want to put something inside the oven, close the door, start cooking with a touch or two, and then have it turn off with a solid beep. On the good side – it looks lovely and will work with both a black-themed or stainless-themed appliance set; it is small-ish and will fit in a tiny kitchen; it works well; it does not have a nagging beep that keeps reminding you to come back and get your stuff…one beep and then it’s all on you; and – finally, I no longer need a night light in the kitchen because the clock is so bright that I am sure they can see what time it is from space. Recommend!

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