Russell Hobbs RHM2076B 20 Litre 800 W Black Digital Solo Microwave with 5 Power Levels, Automatic Defrost, 8 Auto Cook Menus,


  • MIRRORED FINISH - The Russell Hobbs RHM2076B features a sleek black body and contemporary mirror door finish
  • EASY CLEAN – With a wipeable painted interior and removable glass turntable which is dishwasher safe, it’s super easy to keep clean
  • SPECIAL FEATURES - Additional features include pre-programmed auto cook menus such as pizza, fish and popcorn, allowing you to cook at the push of a button
  • 800W POWER - This attractive appliance is simple and easy to use with 800 watts of microwave power, providing you quick and convenient cooking in your home
  • LARGE CAPACITY – 20L capacity to comfortably fit a standard dinner plate. The glass turntable is removable for easy cleaning, and is also dishwasher safe
  • AUTO DEFROST - This microwave has automatic defrost settings, all you have to do is input the weight of the food, and the microwave selects the ideal defrost time
  • Internal Cavity dimensions (CMs): (H)20.82 x (W)30.6 x (D)30.6


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From the manufacturer

Black Microwave RHM2076B

Russell Hobbs Compact Microwave

The Rus­sell Hobbs RHM2076B is a styl­ish dig­i­tal microwave. It comes with a handy dig­i­tal clock and pre-set func­tion, allow­ing you keep track of the time and know exact­ly when your food will be ready.

This attrac­tive appli­ance also has impres­sive func­tion­al­i­ty with 800 watts of microwave pow­er. For peace of mind about safe­ty, the RHM2076B comes with a child safe­ty lock option pre­vent­ing young chil­dren from being able to open the microwave door while in use.

The Rus­sell Hobbs RHM2076B has a 20 litre cav­i­ty capac­i­ty, which com­fort­ably fits a stan­dard din­ner plate and the glass turn-table is remov­able for easy clean­ing. With five microwave pow­er lev­els to choose from, you can tai­lor your cook­ing tem­per­a­ture to cook a vari­ety of foods and recipes.

Microwave Hints and Tips

Black RHM2076B Microwave



About your Russell Hobbs microwave

Microwave ovens do not gen­er­ate any heat them­selves but instead cause water mol­e­cules in food to vibrate. This vibra­tion pro­duces heat that cooks the food. This is why your food will come out of the microwave pip­ing hot, when your uten­sils inside the microwave stay much cooler.

Microwaves can­not go through met­al, so the inside of the appli­ance is lined with met­al. The door is lined with a fine met­al mesh which stops microwaves get­ting through.


Avoid using scour­ing pads, steel wool or oth­er abra­sives. Warm soapy water and a sponge should get rid of all mois­ture and food spillages.

How to get the best cooking results


With 5 microwave pow­er lev­els to choose from, you can ensure all your food is cooked or re-heat­ed to the per­fect temperature.


This microwave has auto­mat­ic defrost set­tings, all you have to do is input the weight of the food, and the microwave selects the ide­al defrost time.

Auto Cook Menus

The RHM2076’s also fea­tures pre-pro­grammed auto cook menus such as piz­za, fish and pop­corn, allow­ing you to cook all your favourite food at the push of a button.

Hints and tips

To avoid any microwave mishaps it is rec­om­mend­ed to take extra care with the following:

Low mois­ture foods (eg. cere­als, bagels, dried pas­ta, puls­es and chocolate)

- These must be cooked on a low pow­er lev­el for a very short length of time, or prefer­ably not at all.

High sug­ar con­tent foods (eg. jams, syrups)

- These foods can become eas­i­ly ‘super-heat­ed’ when cooked in a microwave oven.

Foods con­tain­ing alcohol

- Foods with an alco­hol con­tent must not be cooked in a microwave as they could ignite.

Foods with a mem­brane or out­er skin (eg. fruits, sausages, potatoes)

- Food with a sealed or none porous skin must be pierced to allow pres­sure and steam to escape.

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Additional information

Weight 11 kg
Dimensions 36 × 44 × 26 cm

Russell Hobbs

Model Number




Product Dimensions

36 x 44 x 26 cm; 11 Kilograms


20 litres

Volume Capacity

20 litres

Power Wattage

800 watts



Auto Shutoff


Special Features


Item Weight

11 kg



Date First Available

1 Jan. 2011


Russell Hobbs


  1. Jane G.

    When are Rus­sell Hobbs going to give me a replace­ment or refund price.I bought this microwave as detailed. After 8 months it went on fire. Rus­sell Hobbs sent dpd to col­lect it. I have phoned 4 times, they con­firm they have it but refuse to speak to me or send a refund. I’ve report­ed it to trad­ing stan­dards, Eng­land. I’m 84 yrs old and depend on my microwave. Absolute­ly dis­gust­ed with Rus­sell Hobbs.

  2. Ama­zon Customer

    READ THIS BEFORE BUYINGLet me start by say­ing I’m not the kind of per­son to write reviews on here, not that I don’t appre­ci­ate peo­ple who do, I just nev­er get around to it. Now the rea­son why I’m writ­ing this review of the Rus­sell Hobs microwave that I pur­chased 13 months ago is it very kind­ly set it self on fire 1 month after the war­ran­ty was up, yes you read that right no need to reread it, the microwave which we have looked after as we do all appli­ances fol­low­ing man­u­fac­tur­ers care instruc­tions, that we’ve had for 1 year and a month, decid­ed to SET ITSELF ON FIRE! This hap­pened with­in 1 minute of heat­ing up soup ready to stir and reheat. I’m sure you can under­stand how dan­ger­ous this is with chil­dren in the house, need I say more. Thanks for read­ing, unfor­tu­nate­ly I have a wash­ing machine and cof­fee mak­er that are both RH so now I’m now look­ing to replace them with more proven brands.

  3. Jon­ny

    It caught on fireIt caught on fire. EXTREMELY DANGEROUS. Stay away from this prod­uct. Check the pho­to’s. Had it for under a month, and if I was­n’t in the kitchen my house would of been destroyed. AVOID LIKE THE PLAGUE. Check oth­er reviews too they say the same thing!!!!!

  4. D Math­is

    WAY TOO SMALL INSIDE 🙁 !!!!!!UPDATE: As i threw the pack­ag­ing away i could­nt return it … so i sold it for £30 on Gumtree :(I bought this Rus­sell Hobbs 20L 800w Microwave­to replace my Rus­sell Hobbs 20L 800w Microwave .… same size, same pow­er, & same brand & noth­ing fits inside ?Not my plates — Veg Steam­er or Meat Pres­sure Cook­er etc !!!The Out­er dimen­sions are the same as the Microwave it replaces but­The inter­nal space is way too small to be of any use to me …& as ive already ripped up the pack­ag­ing i cant return it.Why has Rus­sell Hobbs done this ?

  5. Nico­las

    Does not seems like 20L capac­i­tyI had to return it. I had a 17L microwave which broke before buy­ing this one where I used to ster­il­iz­ing all my baby bot­tles. When this one arrived and the ster­il­iz­er did not fit into the 20L capac­i­ty microwave I was very sur­prised, that is why I returned it.

  6. Ama­zon Customer

    So pleased we bought this — real­ly easy to use and …So pleased we bought this — real­ly easy to use and looks so sleek. For all those try­ing to work out whether a microwave ster­ilis­er for baby bot­tles will fit inside — the 25.5cm turntable will fit a 27cm width microwave ster­ilis­er kit! I could­n’t find this infor­ma­tion any­where online.

  7. llash­es

    Great item, easy to clean when you know how 🙂Looks great and a qual­i­ty item. Learnt ear­ly on that to wipe all the inevitable marks and fin­ger prints off it — just use a damp cloth and buff with a tea tow­el. Clean­ing prod­ucts leave smears

  8. Spoo­gie

    Love this microwave 👍At first I was dis­ap­point­ed as I saw this ‘mark’ on the inside but realised lat­er it was a reflec­tion of the light 😊So ignore my pre­vi­ous com­ment as I’m VERY hap­py with this new addi­tion to my kitchen 👍

  9. Skele­ton­jack

    Last­ed 19 MonthsRecent­ly we dis­cov­ered the roof of our microwave had what looked like a nasty “mess” from pre­sum­ably where food had explod­ed on it.On clos­er inspec­tion how­ev­er, this “mess” was not food but was in fact the plas­tic cas­ing of the oven that had blis­tered and bub­bled. (See my pho­to, nice isn’t it?)A new microwave was in order. Hav­ing searched through the reviews on Ama­zon it appeared that this Rus­sell Hobbs one is a best sell­er and very well reviewed. I clicked the link for a bet­ter look only to see the mes­sage “You pur­chased this in Feb­ru­ary 2019”! Yip this awful, blis­ter­ing mess I want­ed to replace was in fact the one I was look­ing at on Amazon.As an oven it did the job ok, even if it seemed small­er than adver­tised, but I don’t expect to have to replace a microwave oven less than 2 years after buy­ing it. If you’ve mon­ey to burn and like a new one every cal­en­dar year then go for it, per­son­al­ly I’d not touch it with a barge pole see­ing how long it lasted.Now to find a dif­fer­ent one.…..

  10. Antony Craig

    Over­rat­ed, with too many endorse­ments and ‘reviews’ that look and feel like paid-for puffsI am leav­ing this review now, almost three years after my pur­chase, because I am angry: I bought this microwave in Novem­ber 2017 (based on huge­ly rec­om­menda­to­ry Ama­zon reviews) and it has always been vast­ly infe­ri­or to the old worn-out microwave it replaced. These are my biggest issues with it:1. The pow­er (max 800 watt) is low­er than many sim­i­lar-priced mod­els and con­se­quent­ly cook­ing takes longer and is less efficient.2. The cav­i­ty is too small: in par­tic­u­lar the height is a real issue. I can’t, with­out dif­fi­cul­ty and clum­si­ness, microwave even such items as a 600g car­ton from the New Covent Gar­den Soup Com­pa­ny range (which inci­den­tal­ly rec­om­mend microwav­ing High 100 per cent at 900W) and my small rice-cook­er is also dif­fi­cult to get in and out.I was look­ing on Ama­zon because I am so fed up with this inef­fi­cient and too-small mod­el that I want­ed to buy a replace­ment. Instead of which I come upon a ‘Best­Spy’ ‘Edi­tor’s Choice’, giv­en big-puff billing on the Ama­zon site, which makes the mod­el RHM 2076S (which looks all-but-iden­ti­cal, or at least very sim­i­lar, to my RHM 2076B) the best of the entire field: the only ‘con’ the author Kel­ly Rowett can sug­gest is, ‘Over-zeal­ous beep­ing can become irri­tat­ing.’ (That is one thing I have not been aware of, by the way!)This ‘Best Microwave’ arti­cle even pro­claims it was ‘Updat­ed 20 August 2020’ (I am writ­ing this on 21 August 2020 — I sug­gest Ms Rowett does a fur­ther update and adds to her list of ‘cons’!)You have to get right to the end of a long arti­cle, ‘review­ing’ sev­er­al dif­fer­ent mod­els, to find the all-impor­tant rid­er …‘The pub­lish­er earns affil­i­ate com­mis­sions from Ama­zon for qual­i­fy­ing pur­chas­es. The opin­ions expressed about the inde­pen­dent­ly select­ed prod­ucts men­tioned in this con­tent are those of the pub­lish­er, not Amazon.‘Not good enough, Amazon.

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