Microwave ovens, today, form an integral part of kitchen appliances. Microwave oven functions on thermal energy by heating the polar molecules in food, a process also known as dialectic heating. The microwave radiations emitted from microwave ovens are of shorter wavelength, but possess enormous amount of energy which facilitate faster cooking. Microwave ovens, depending on their power output, can alternatively be used for roasting, baking and grilling. Microwave ovens are manufactured with varied features, some of which include, touch display panels, a heating chamber, vents and a glass turntable. North America is a major revenue contributor to the global microwave oven market. The Asia Pacific region would witness an impressive growth in the microwave oven market. A significant increase in disposable income and growing working class segment would foster the growth of the Asia Pacific microwave market. The increasing propensity of consumers to spend on appliances which assist them in kitchen chores has generated an increasing demand for microwave ovens. Additionally, the changing lifestyle of consumers has encouraged the users to opt for stylish and convenient appliances which complement their living standards. However, the prominent use of traditional cooking equipment in the less developed regions of Asian countries, limits the growth of microwave oven market. Moreover, the need of energy efficient kitchen appliances and growing demand for smart appliances are factors that will drive the growth of the microwave oven market.