Futuristic Microwave Ovens

Written by Scott Kelley on February 11, 2015. Posted in Gadget

Microwave ovens are found in millions of homes around the world. These versatile appliances are so popular because they offer many advantages, such as cooking food in an extremely short time and saving energy. As one of the best inventions of the 20th century, microwave oven manufactures never cease to amaze us with their futuristic microwave oven designs and innovative features. Here are our top 3 choices, based not only on their intriguing designs, but also on their exceptional features mentioned countless times in the 2015 best microwave reviews.

Kaya Future Microwave Oven


This futuristic microwave oven was inspired by a dome tray from the popular animation movie ‘Ratatouille’. Mac Funamizu has created a microwave oven that allows you to see how the meal looks after cooking it. In addition, this microwave can be placed close to the table if you prefer to keep an eye on it and be in complete control of the cooking process. You can choose to adjust the way the food looks when displayed by dragging a button. Furthermore, the device will even tell you what types of food are inside the microwave oven. It’s easier now to prevent your food from being overcooked or burned because the visual display will simply let you know and tell you if the food needs to be cooked for longer. The concept is indeed very appealing and it will be no surprise if many households will want to replace their old microwave ovens with this innovative appliance.

Whirlpool’s MAX Microwave


This microwave oven features a particular design: the round back and semi-circle layout remind us more of a 70s appliance, or how people in that era thought a futuristic microwave oven would like. After all, it’s just a matter of personal taste because there are many people who love the design and found it to be pretty much futuristic and innovative. The curved back design has a great advantage, it allows you to store the appliance in a narrow space. According to the 2015 best microwave reviews, this unit is not only an eye candy, but a very efficient oven. The 3D distribution system is one of the main features of the Whirlpool MAX. This feature allows food to heat in a more evenly way and to defrost in a shirt period of time. This microwave oven features a 28cm turntable, so you can heat or defrost larger meals. Steaming can be easily done with the help of the auto control system, as well as defrosting due to the Jet Defrost and 3D distribution system that is capable of defrosting your food up to seven times faster, allowing you to save time and cut down on energy costs.

Spoutnik futuristic microwave


Fagor, which is one of the worldwide leaders in appliance manufacturing, has created the Spoutnik microwave oven. This microwave oven can easily be mistaken for a small UFO that landed in our kitchen. Other than having a fun, bold and futuristic appearance, this device comes with some great features. Firstly, the rounded dome design has a 360-degree view that allows us to view the interior and keep an eye on the cooking process. Secondly, the 28-cm (11 inch) turntable has grid lines, so that the dish stays put and doesn’t slide during the cooking process. Lastly, when cooking begins, the microwave oven changes its lights, going from red to blue when the meal is done cooking. The dome then opens up at a 65-degree angle, allowing you full access to the interior.