Panasonic has rolled out its new range of convection microwaves in 23 litres capacity. When it comes to using microwave, one of the biggest issues faced by users is the space constraint. Their houses are packed and thus the people have less space to fit their belongings, so elaborate cooking appliances are not an option for the working class homes. The newly launched microwaves because of their size and sleek design take little space and are suitable in catering to the needs of a four member household. The microwaves are designed to offer everyday convenience with features like more space, combination cooking and easy cleaning.

NN-DF383BFCE: The Panasonic Microwave Double Heater with Inverter is perfect for preparing Indian specialties by methods of Barbeque, Baking and Tandoor.Panasonic NN-DF383B FCE

It comes with double heater system which heats the food from top and bottom for a perfect finish. Equipped with inverter technology which uses precise heat control, it delivers sumptuous meals without much effort. A very unique feature of this model is its flat & wide cavity which provides a 57% more usable space than a regular 23 litres microwave and helps cook a lot of food at once. Some of its useful features include:

  • Double Heater System
  • 71 Auto Cook Menus
  • Sensor Reheat: Automatic 1 touch heating;
  • Simultaneous Combination Cooking
  • Inverter Technology: Precise Heat Control
  • 57-percent more usable space than a regular 23 Litre

NN-CT353BFCG: The Panasonic Microwave Convection Oven is a blessing for anyone who cooks. The latter assists the cook with the help of its 61 Auto Cook Panasonic NN-CT353B FCGMenus and Express Cooking services, promising quick, easy and tasty food on the plate. Panasonic NN-CT353BFCG is priced at Rs 12, 490. It comes with the following features:

  • 61 Auto Cook Menus
  • Turbo Defrost
  • Express Cooking
  • 40, 100-200 Degree Temperature settings
  • Easy & Reliable Membrane Switches

Mr. Gaurav Minocha - Head, Home Appliances Panasonic India was thrilled to announce the launch of the latest set of microwave ovens. "In India, microwaves have been mostly used for secondary purposes like reheating food.

In its efforts to introduce microwave cooking to Indian household, Panasonic has launched microwave ovens especially designed to cook Indian variety of food which require intense procedures like thorough cooking and grilling.

This would greatly ease out cooking for the Indian homemaker while at the same time delivering healthy yet delicious meals."

Both the models will be available in market from January onwards. 


Blue Star has reported a total income of Rs. 840.22 crore for the quarter ended September 30, 2017 on a consolidated basis as compared to  Rs. 858.01 crore during the same period in the previous year, representing a decline of 2 percent. The operating profit (PBIDTA excluding other income and finance income) for the quarter was  Rs. 45.91 crore as compared to  Rs. 40.19 crore in Q2FY17, a growth of 14 percent.

Financial expenses for the quarter declined by 33 percent to  Rs. 5.87 crore from  Rs. 8.75 crore in Q2FY17 due to reduced cost of borrowings and reduction in the level of borrowed funds. Tax expense for the quarter was  Rs. 8.42 crore as compared to  Rs. 7.34 crore during the same period last year. Net profit for the quarter was about the same at `20.78 crore as compared to  Rs. 19.99 crore in Q2FY17.

Comparable consolidated segment performance for the quarter ended September 30, 2017 (Q2FY18). The unitary products revenues during the quarter increased marginally to  Rs. 294.38 crore from  Rs. 262.83 crore in Q2FY17, a growth of 12 percent. Market growth rate of the room air conditioners industry remained stagnant over last year since sales began slowing down from Q1FY18 itself as distributors stocked less owing to GST migration. The revival and pick up of sales momentum did not happen in Q2FY18, and sales growth remained relatively sluggish. Segment results at  Rs. 15.66 crore declined by 21 percent as compared to  Rs. 19.79 crore in Q2FY17, mainly owing to marketing investments made in the newly-launched water purifier business.

Comparable consolidated financial performance for the half-year ended September 30, 2017 (H1FY18). For the half-year ended September 30, 2017, the company reported total income of  Rs. 2207.41 crore as compared to  Rs. 1993.31 crore over the same period in the previous year, representing a growth of 11 percent. Operating profit (PBIDTA excluding other income and finance income) increased by 12 percent to  Rs. 131.23 crore from  Rs. 116.67 crore during the same period last year. Net profit for the half-year increased by 11 percent to  Rs. 79.24 crore as compared to  Rs. 71.38 crore in H1FY17.

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