(posted on Dec 18, 2011)
We are a Filipino household & we eat rice every day. This would be our second Tiger & we had one other (to remain unamed) brand. The Tiger is the best rice cooker & worth every penny! The "other" rice coooker always boiled over, gave us lots of crubchy rice on the bottom, was hard to clean & finally just broke.
Our first Tiger lasted 9 years, until the poor little thing just quit heating. We have had the new Tiger about 6 weeks & love it. No crunchy rice even when left on warm for extended periods, no boil over, even with a full pot & is easy to take apart & clean. Also love the retractable cord. Makes it very portable.
We would recommend this rice cooker to anyone who loves good rice & would definitely buy again.
(posted on May 20, 2011)
This is my third rice cooker. It has a little bit larger capacity which helps for dinner parties. I wish it came with a plastic rice scoop. For some reason they are hard to come by.
(posted on Apr 01, 2011)
I owned a Tiger for 20 years +, I would still have it but the wife melted it on the flat top stove, so bought this one,
I'ts Awesome, just like my last one was. Perfect rice everytime!
(posted on Mar 22, 2011)
My wife and I have probably gone through approximately 4-5 rice cookers in the last 8 years. Granted, none of them cost more than $30, but if we bought a higher quality rice cooker like this one, we would've saved money and frustration in the long run. I like how you can take the lid apart in order to clean it. The dimpled rice spatula keeps rice from sticking onto it. You can keep rice warm all day without fear of the bottom layer burning/caking up.
(posted on Jan 23, 2011)
This is a great rice cooker. Does a good job with a minimum of fuss. Also keeps rice warm all day.
(posted on May 19, 2010)
This is a great rice cooker. You can't go wrong with Made in Japan. It is easy to make perfect rice and not a mess all over your cook top or stove to clean up.