Best microwave deals February 2022: Sales on solo and combination ovens

You don’t need us to tell you that the humble microwave makes your life a whole lot easier, with many models doing a whole lot more than warming up leftovers.

But what you may not know is that there are many different types of microwaves. There are only models, which are basic microwaves that heat and defrost. Then, there are grill versions, which combine normal microwave cooking with a, well, grilling element. And finally, a combi, which does everything the other two machines can do, but can also roast, crisp and brown like a conventional oven.

If you’re unsure which model is best for you, we’d recommend reading our tried and tested review of the best microwaves, which demystifies the entire buying process and answers all your questions.

But if you’re looking to make it a less costly purchase, you’ve come to the right place. With a constant eye out for a good deal (including sales on everything from TVs, fridge freezers and mattresses to laptops, iPads and AirPods), we’ve rounded up the best discounts on leading microwaves.

Read on for how you can save money on your next microwave and prepare to whip up meals in minutes with one of these top models.


The best microwave deals in February 2022 are:

  • Hoover chefvolution HMCI25TB-UK microwave: Was £249.99, now £119.99,
  • Panasonic NN-CS89LBBPQ combination microwave: Was £519.99, now £479.99,
  • Samsung MC28H5013AW 28l 1400W convection microwave: Was £194.99, now £129.99,
  • Panasonic NNDS596BBPQ free-standing combination microwave: Was £369, now £329,
  • Kenwood K20MS21 only microwave silver: Was £160, now £79.99,
  • KitchenAid KMQFX33910BUK 33l combination microwave, black: Was £499, now £429,
  • Russell Hobbs RHM2031 microwave with grill: Was £109.99, now £89.99,

Hoover chefvolution HMCI25TB-UK microwave: Was £249.99, now £119.99,


If you’re looking for a top-of-the-range piece of kit, this model took the top spot in our review of the best microwaves thanks to the sheer range of features that our reviewer said “makes it hard to beat”. It has the latest inverter technology and a decent oven, plus an impressive 25l capacity, 27cm turntable and 900W of power means cooking is quick and easy.

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Panasonic NN-CS89LBBPQ combination microwave: Was £519.99, now £479.99,


This “mighty multi-tasking machine” landed a spot in our guide to the best microwaves, with our writer praising it for being “a kitchen whizz.” “It functions more like a small oven than a microwave, with two levels for cooking, 36 pre-set programs and no glass turntable,” and our writer was “wowed by the microwave’s steam technology, which uses an integrated 800ml water tank and two steam outlets to inject steam directly into the oven for healthy cooking”. Should this sound like something you’re after, it currently has £40 off.

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Samsung MC28H5013AW 2l 1400W convection microwave: Was £194.99, now £129.99,

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Grill, reheat, oven cook, defrost… this machine isn’t just for warming up leftovers. An upgrade from your usual microwave, it’s even got a deodorization setting that means the smell from previously heated dishes won’t affect the flavor or smell of your latest dish. You can even try your hand at new recipes like yoghurts or dough with help from the machine’s fermentation technology.

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Panasonic NNDS596BBPQ free-standing combination microwave: Was £369, now £329,


This free-standing combination microwave has a capacity of 27l, making it a great pick for medium-sized households. It’s a 1000W machine that can reach a temperature of 220C and has 15 auto-cook programs to make a variety of different foods. Plus, it has a sleek, black design that will suit most kitchen decors.

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Kenwood K20MS21 solo microwave silver: Was £160, now £79.99,


If you act fast, this Kenwood model is half price. The 800W machine features an LED digital display, touch controls and 11 different power levels (said to be easy to use). Automatic cooking programs could make your life easier too, and that’s whether you’re prepping a big bowl of popcorn for a big night in, or rustling up simple mid-week meals like pizza, baked potato or frozen veggies.

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KitchenAid KMQFX33910BUK 33l combination microwave, black: Was £499, now £429,


Now, this is a combi microwave oven with a difference. Coupled with an oven-like handle that pulls downwards, instead of sideways, this hefty appliance has a family-friendly 33l capacity and 36cm turntable – ideal for big plates. The 1000W power microwave comes set with pre-set programs to take the complications out of defrosting, thawing, steaming and cooking all types of food in no time at all.


Russell Hobbs RHM2031 microwave with grill: Was £109.99, now £89.99,

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Take the guesswork out of defrosting your dinner with this 20l machine. All you need to do is input the weight of your food, and this microwave sets the correct time to thaw it properly. And you can absolve any cooking responsibility too, thanks to the handy pre-programmed auto cook menus for pizza, popcorn and more. There’s a child-lock and easy-clean turntable with this one too.

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George Holan

George Holan is chief editor at Plainsmen Post and has articles published in many notable publications in the last decade.

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