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Tiger 10 Cup Electric Rice Cooker / Warmer (Floral White)

by Tiger

List Price: CDN$ 187.00
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  • Compact body design with Tiger's signature "Floral Pattern"
  • Automatic keep-warm function (Up to 12 hours)
  • Non-stick removable inner pan for easy cooking and cleaning
  • Retractable power cord, spatula, measurement cup included
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Reliability and easy- to-operate design has made Tiger’s JNP -series the most popular rice cooker and warmer in the market. Auto keep warm function, non-stick inner cooking pan, retractable power cord, spatula and measuring cup included. Made in Japan.

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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful
Great rice cooker! Dec 18 2011
By LeilaG - Published on Amazon.com
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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.
10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
Everything is great with exception of one problem April 28 2012
By Rita H Lee - Published on Amazon.com
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I bought this rice cooker as a gift to my daughter's family because I have one and it delivered perfectly cooked rice for the last 25 years. This cooker arrived 6 days after the order was placed and we used it two days in a row. The only problem is, instead of just steam, a large amount of liquid came out of the steam vent every time we used it. When it happened the first time, I thought I've put in too much water. When I used it today, I double-checked and made sure that the water level was correct and it was still doing the same thing. At this point, we have not decided whether to return it and exchange for another one.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Best rice cooker brand out there Nov. 15 2008
By J. Aramaki - Published on Amazon.com
This is the first time I've left a review for any product. But I just had to get the word out that Tiger is well known in the Asian communities to be the best rice cooker makers. They're built to last for decades, even in homes where rice is eaten three times a day! I have owned mine for over 5 years, and it has not given me a single problem. Anytime my rice is over- or under-cooked, it's due to the amount of water I used. One tip I'd give is, try not to scrape the nonstick pan otherwise your rice will stick to the pan's surface.

It's expensive, but if you cook rice often; it will be worth your money.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Rice Cooker Sept. 30 2012
By bt - Published on Amazon.com
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My family has used Tiger products for at least 50 years. They were mostly thermos products, but if I remember correctly, the first Tiger rice cooker my mother bought was about 1960. After I married, I tried other brands (cheaper & lasted about 5 years each) but was not satisfied. My first Tiger rice cooker lasted 20 years. Here in Hawaii we cook rice every day & because our first Tiger worked so well, we decided to get another one but with the stainless finish.

Again, we love it. No problems so far & I don't expect any. It came with a white sakushi with holder (rice paddle). It stands out like a sore thumb so we don't use it. It would have been nice if they could think of a way to make a gray or stainless colored one to blend with the cooker.
13 of 16 people found the following review helpful
Bad Quality. Cheap Material Nov. 15 2012
By living2sky - Published on Amazon.com
My last Tiger lasted over 10 years.

This one only 1 year. The plastic is cheap soft stuff. I don't mind that the it at all. But come on engineers, Don't use the same cheap soft plastic on the most use parts of the cooker.

The locking mechanism wears out because it cheap soft plastic and I cannot lock the cooker anymore. I have to use a bungee rope to hold it tight to cook and keep the rice warm.

The lid hinge is made of the same cheap plastic. It broke on me last week, when I was turning the cooker.

Where is the good old quality these days...

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