Toshiba 0.9 Cubic Foot Microwave
At only 0.9-cubic-feet, this Toshiba microwave is tiny enough for any sized countertop, but it's powered by 900-watts, so you’ll be able to quickly defrost and cook with 10 power settings, a large digital display, glass turntable, and multiple one-touch settings.
Panasonic 1.2 Cubic Foot Microwave
With Panasonic's patented Inverter technology, you'll get even heating with all your foods — not just the edges. The 1,200-watt microwave offers a lot of interior capacity, making it great for families or large meals, while still being compact. And though it includes 12 pre-set menu items for foods like pasta and frozen vegetables, a genius sensor automatically adjusts power and cooking time based on the type of food you're looking to heat.
GE Profile 1.1 Cubic Foot Countertop Microwave
This top-selling GE microwave will definitely give you the most bang for your buck. It’s not loaded with many bells and whistles, but you’d be surprised at how much it can accomplish. It's got one touch instant-on controls, 800 watts of power, and a large 16-inch turntable.
Daewoo COSTWAY Retro Countertop Microwave Oven
COSTWAY offers a retro vibe that gives you that pizzazz your kitchen so desperately needs. The microwave is a very petite 0.9 cubic feet wide, which makes it a perfect space-saving pick for smaller kitchen spaces. Plus, it comes in this cool city blue hue, as well as other fun options like mint, red, white, and cream.
Frigidaire 1.8 Cubic Foot Stainless Steel Over the Range Microwave
Looking to mount your microwave over your oven? This one's for you. This sturdy 1.8-cubic-foot appliance powers at 1000 watts, and it comes with 10 power levels and a LED cooktop light. Mounting yourself takes a bit extra time, but is worth it if you want to save in service fees.
Danielle is the former food & drink editor for BestProducts.com, where she put her knowledge as a cocktail consultant and connoisseur to use; her work can also be spotted on Thrillist, Food & Wine, and Delish. Prior to joining BestProducts.com in 2016, she was slinging fancy cocktails in Brooklyn, reporting on the best bars and restaurants in the country for Food & Wine magazine, and drinking all the whiskey New York has to offer. Outside of work, you’ll most likely find her catching the end of happy hour at her favorite bars in New York or dreaming up pretty new drink recipes.
Tia Is Launching Fertility—and Preparing for a Post-Roe America
As women's healthcare startup Tia was gearing up to debut fertility care and a new clinic, the Roe v. Wade leak prompted CEO Carolyn Witte to accelerate plans to offer medication abortions, marking the most defining moment yet for the company.
By Tanya Benedicto Klich
The Cannes Film Festival 2022: The Best Red Carpet Looks
Here's what everyone wore for the festival's 75th year.
By Sara Holzman
Why the Royals Have to Adhere to Strict Dining Rules, According to an Etiquette Expert
Imagine the infamy of sticking your pinky out when drinking tea, LOL.
By Iris Goldsztajn
The 10 Best Coffee Carafes to Keep Your Caffeine Stylishly at the Ready
Pour yourself a cup of ambition.
By Mary O'Brien
3 Pro Tips for Putting Together the Best Bouquets
Essential advice for everyday enthusiasts and budding florists alike.
By Marie Claire
How To Send A Truly Thoughtful Thank You
It's more than a simple note.
By Leah Melby Clinton
5 Best Espresso Machines That’ll Make Barista-Approved Coffee
If your favorite kind of shot is an espresso, these machines will instantly jolt you out of bed for a dream-like brew that can be made right at home.
By Sanah Faroke
5 Best Moscow Mule Mugs Your Home Bar Needs
It's not happy hour without them.
By Sienna Livermore
5 Best Rice Cookers That Make More Than Just Carbs
You won’t need to take these with a grain of salt.
By Sanah Faroke
The 5 Best Spiralizers That Actually Make Veggies Fun to Eat
It's time to rethink the noodle.
By Sally Kaplan
5 Best Food Processors That Make Dinner Prep A Breeze
They can chop your veggies, purée soup, and shred cheese—making dinner has never been easier.
By Sienna Livermore