TOSHIBA EM925A5A-SS Countertop Microwave Oven, 0.9 Cu Ft With 10.6 Inch Removable Turntable, 900W, 6 Auto Menus, Mute Function & ECO Mode, Child Lock, LED Lighting, Stainless Steel

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TOSHIBA EM925A5A-SS Countertop Microwave Oven, 0.9 Cu Ft With 10.6 Inch Removable Turntable, 900W, 6 Auto Menus, Mute Function & ECO Mode, Child Lock, LED Lighting, Stainless Steel
TOSHIBA EM925A5A-SS Countertop Microwave Oven, 0.9 Cu Ft With 10.6 Inch Removable Turntable, 900W, 6 Auto Menus, Mute Function & ECO Mode, Child Lock, LED Lighting, Stainless Steel



  • Stylish stainless steel with timeless design (color of door frame is stainless steel, enclosure is black) kitchen appliances; Rated voltage: 120V – 60Hz; Rated input power (Microwave ovens): 1350W; Rated output power (Microwave ovens): 900W
  • Kitchen essential with pre-programmed menu for 6 popular foods like popcorn, pizza, potato and more, also defrost by weight and time
  • One touch start: quick access to start the microwave from 1 to 6 minutes cooking at full power
  • Equipped with power-saving eco mode, sound on/off option and child safety lock. If you wish to mute the buzzer of the microwave, please long press on the button “8” For 3-5 seconds. The buzzer is automatically switched off after a long beep
  • Microwave size-compact footprint but large capacity: 0.9 Cu. Ft., 10.6 inch removable turntable fits a 10inch pizza, 900 watts with 10 power settings, clock, and kitchen timer

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9 reviews for TOSHIBA EM925A5A-SS Countertop Microwave Oven, 0.9 Cu Ft With 10.6 Inch Removable Turntable, 900W, 6 Auto Menus, Mute Function & ECO Mode, Child Lock, LED Lighting, Stainless Steel

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  1. Gaiane Karapetian

    I am more than happy for my Toshiba microwave. It is super silent, easy to use, easy to clean, look nice and had many options. I bought the second one for my basement kitchen too. Highly recommended. I am using it already for more than 1 year.

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  2. Gaiane Karapetian

    I’m back to update my review. I took off one star, but also returned the item. I did like the eco function (a lot!). I think, though, that I was spoiled by my last microwave, which was larger, with a sensor function, and higher wattage. Compared to that one, this microwave seemed really loud and it took me over twice as long to, for example, boil a cup of water. I’m getting older and more impatient– perhaps I feel my clock is running out and I only have one minute in my life to boil a cup or water and not two. I’m sure that compared to other compact microwaves with the same wattage, this one measures up… just not for this old bird.

    My item arrived today. It’s easy to program and easy to use. Of course, I’ve only had it a few hours so can’t give a great deal of feedback on performance, quality, durability etc. I’d originally ordered the 1.2 cubic foot and then gave my head a shake. What do I REALLY use a microwave for, now that my kids are moved out? I heat up my coffee, warm up a plate of food, defrost something when I’ve forgotten to take something out in advance. The 0.9 it is! I like the looks and the white (rather than yellow) light inside, and really like the eco button, and I’ve just bought myself some more counter space.. I’ve got this “thing” where I have to stop the microwave before the “beep-beep-beep-beep I’m done cooking” alarm goes off, so I’m going to try the silence feature….I just hope I don’t forget I’ve put something in!

    I’ve been a Panasonic user for quite a few years, but have historically trusted the Toshiba name for other products, and the price was better. I’ll come back in a few months to report on more aspects like “value for money” and “easy to clean.”

    *note Do these usually arrive with a protective film on the doors, etc? It seems everything I get has that film on it, but this item did not. I hope that doesn’t mean it’s been previously used and returned?

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  3. trancelucence

    [UPDATE at end] I’ve owned many microwaves, was the first person I know to buy one, in 1974. People use to come over to try it, a modern marvel. And wonder of wonders, this is the only other microwave since that original one (a Gaffers and Sattler) that explains in the manual how to make creative use of aluminum foil in the microwave! I didn’t know you could still do that. The purchase was worth it for that knowledge alone (I was an old hand at using foil- on the wings of chickens, with rolls, bread, things that cook too quickly compared to other parts of the meal). No scrimping on the packaging- it arrived in a heavy-weight box within a box and encased in styrofoam, so no chance of dents or damage, yet easy to unpack.

    Aesthetically I LOVE this. I fancy it has a chunky retro mid-century look to it, like what a food replicator looked like on the original Enterprise. I don’t have the best eyesight and the buttons are big and clearly labeled- can see them without my glasses. Ditto with the digital display, bright green; the light inside is bright too. The handle is thick and solid in your hand, pleases me every time I use it (haven’t had a microwave in years with an actual handle, SO much better, feels decisive, purposeful, kinesthetically pleasing). The operation is intuitive (for the most part) and basic, well-thought-out, satisfying. I’m coming from a fancy Panasonic unit with inverter technology that I was in love with, but as is apparently common with Panasonic microwaves it died after a few months. It’s a trade-off- I much prefer the look and operation of this (for example, the Panasonic had no number pad) but it takes slightly longer to cook, but that’s okay.

    Being able to turn the sound off is a blessing. I’m living in my vintage travel trailer at the moment and have two little finches that don’t need to be awakened at all hours (they answer the beeps with chirps). Relatedly the door makes a rather loud but not unpleasant thunk when closed normally, but it can also be closed gently, more quietly when desired- after a week it’s already second nature to me. The microwave when running is quieter than most. Also wanted to say I nearly sent this back because the power level button didn’t work. What an idiot- when all else fails read the manual. You change the power level AFTER you enter the cooking time.

    So far I love this thing, and like the many other Toshiba products I’ve owned over the years, hope it lasts a good long time. (After my experience with the short-lived Panasonic I got the three-year warranty- a bargain at $6.) But if it dies or malfunctions I’ll update this review. Thank-you Toshiba!

    UPDATE: I had a senior moment and forgot to put the frozen lasagna in the microwave. I manually set it for seven minutes and pressed start. I was doing other things in the kitchen and about five minutes in the microwave went dead. No display, no power, nothing. It was HOT inside. Oh great, I blew a fuse or WORSE, I thought. I couldn’t find the owner’s manual. I tried unplugging it, plugging it back in, nothing. No re-set button on the back. SO disgusted with myself. Thought I was going to have to have it serviced or replaced. About 15 minutes later it came back to life, after it cooled off, good as new. Thank-you Toshiba!!

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  4. Dominika Gálfyová

    Good for that price

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  5. SlvrSrfr

    At the edge of affordable, and not as small as it thinks it is. The no-sound ability is wonderful. You can still hear the soft-tick when it’s finished. So, that’s lovely. Beware the shallow swinging door. For a microwave the door will stop short on you every time, and make you almost spill your stuff. One of the shortest door swings I’ve seen. The light inside is very intense, I covered some of it with painters tape to take the glare off. I flipped over the turn-table, because it rings out every time I set my coffee cup down. Even still, worth the few extra dollars for a established brand, with rep. Kudos!
    edit 2-3 months in, The unit heats and defrosts, and all that stuff it does, that I don’t use. Works wonderfully! Excellent! Cannot tell you how many times I’ve seared myself over-zealously sip a shallow cup of coffee. It really is good, the light is still kinda bright after a single layer of painters tape, and some white masking tape, but workable(and doesn’t seem combustible). It really is a space beacon that light, it will illuminate the moon, if you so desire, just point it. Anyhoo, my gripe is the door and the overall ‘bouncy’ nature of the object itself. Opening and closing the door is as jarring as a 2ft speedbump at 80mph. The force and resulting reactions are enough to place a cup inverted directly on top of your skull. You could shatter your Radius & Uina. It may dislocate both collarbones. Anything inside will ride a 3hr-90mph roller-coaster ride on the river Styx. The resulting force bouncing the unit into extreme extra-planetary orbit. You will have to call an aerospace company to recover it. I broke off the feet, in hopes of stabilizing it, no go. meh.
    It will blast all over some Pasta Alfredo, if you set it for 1:30 min 1/2, it will almost be completely thawed it. It will cook it all. It will heat the last gulp of coffee to inferno heat levels in that same 30sec, be careful. More than once now, rip my mouth & tongue. Thing gets HOT! The softening bread trick, 6-8 sec’s in to soften it, use 3-4, it will melt it like fallout. The fluffy things get hot pretty quick, be ready to grab!
    The door takes a lot of force to open and close, excessive maybe. And the units locational shifting is problematic.
    But it cooks like a beast. 3 times a man it’s size.
    Also be ready with a old file. All the corners where your hands touch. Even some of the plastic edges. Mainly just at top corner near handle. Where you touch it most. But, the burs will hack you apart. Took a few shots, over few days to get all the spots smoothed out. You wont find them all right away. as you grasp it over a few days, they will emerge. And find you. 🙂

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  6. GetYerGames

    This is a really nice microwave. It looks great, just the right size, is powerful and quiet during operation. The silent setting is a nice feature but it makes a pretty loud thunk when closing it which kind of defeats the purpose. Still very happy with it.

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  7. Saskatoonberry

    Toshiba microwave arrived yesterday. It was extremely heavy but I managed to get it onto the counter. I was putting everything together but I couldn’t find the turntable ring. Without it you can’t use the microwave. Amazon couldn’t help me with it so I checked all the packing that came with it as I already broke down the boxes. I almost missed it cause it was stuck to the bottom of the packing. Toshiba should let people know where to find it. Now that I have it up and running I really like it. The door is easy to open and close. One star off for the scare of not being able to use it at all if the turntable ring had not been found.
    Best microwave ever. I like you only have to touch a number ( such as 4) and it automatically cooks for that length of time or you can use time cook and put your own desired time in. This microwave is a lot quieter than our old one and the door is easier to open and close. Would definitely recommend this. Am happy happy happy.

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  8. Laura Carbajal

    El microondas tiene una gran estética y funciona bastante bien, magnífica elección para mi oficina

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  9. Bill Lydon

    I couldn’t be happier with my Toshiba microwave oven! It has truly transformed my cooking experience. From the moment I received it, I was impressed by its sleek design and user-friendly controls. Here are a few reasons why I’m giving it a glowing review:

    1. Efficiency: This microwave heats up food incredibly fast and evenly. No more cold spots or unevenly heated meals. It’s a real time-saver!
    2. Variety of Features: I love the variety of preset cooking options it offers. From defrosting to popcorn mode, it covers all my needs. Plus, the express buttons make it super easy to use.
    3. Spacious Interior: Despite its compact size, the interior is surprisingly spacious. I can fit large plates and casserole dishes without any trouble.
    4. Quiet Operation: This microwave operates so quietly that I often forget it’s running. No more annoying beeps or loud humming.
    5. Easy to Clean: Cleaning is a breeze, thanks to the removable turntable and the stainless steel interior. Wiping away spills is hassle-free.
    6. Energy-Efficient: It’s energy-efficient, which is great for both my wallet and the environment.

    Overall, this microwave oven has exceeded my expectations. It’s reliable, efficient, and looks great in my kitchen. If you’re in the market for a microwave, I highly recommend giving this one a try. You won’t be disappointed!

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