Waiter Microwave Oven Concept Swings Out to Serve Your Food Elegantly – No More Bend Down

Microwave ovens on the market makes you bend down to look inside and place your food. This design doesn’t change much since it was introduced in 1954 by Raytheon Corporation, the same rectangular shape and a semi-transparent door. You need to consider a good placement for this microwave if you don’t want to bend down or squat in order to put things in.

Inspired by a waiter who serves your food on a plate elegantly, Waiter Microwave Oven is a concept oven designed to serve your food the same way. The ergonomic design prevents the need to bend over, the door reveals a built-in circular glass plate where you can place your food.

Waiter Microwave Oven Concept by Keereem Lee

Waiter Microwave Oven Concept by Keereem Lee

Keereem Lee, the designer of Waiter Microwave Oven concept explains that furthermore, some people still need to check their food comfortably. Therefore this microwave concept also features a transparent hood, avoiding the need to bend down or squat to check the progress inside. The control panel is designed on the top panel, it operates just like any traditional microwave oven. Once the heating/cooking process is done, simply push “open” button and the door elegantly slides out and serves your food, just like a waiter. This microwave concept stands out in the crowd, it’s visually appealing with futuristic touch.

Waiter Microwave Oven Concept by Keereem Lee

Waiter Microwave Oven Concept by Keereem Lee

Waiter Microwave Oven Concept by Keereem Lee

Waiter Microwave Oven Concept by Keereem Lee

Waiter Microwave Oven Concept by Keereem Lee

Waiter Microwave Oven Concept by Keereem Lee

Waiter Microwave Oven Concept by Keereem Lee



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