Summary: Mine broke in less than a year with daily use. I had to press down the power button a certain way to get it to work. I did that for a few months and as of today it doesn't work at all. I would still recommend as it's a reasonable price and if it's going to break so easy a more expensive one isn't worth it for the amount I use it.
Summary: This is one of the cheaper rice makers but does a good job with regular rice, short grain sticky rice, and it claims to work with whole-grain although I've never tried that yet. Not as big as I thought it would be but still very nice for the price.
Summary: It satisfies the basic needs and comes with a steamer also which is so surprise. But you can't use it to cook soup caz it will stoping cooking until it dry. So perfect for making rice I will say.
Excerpt: Nice little rice cooker for 2 people or 3 people and fits easily in my kitchen slide out drawer. I used to have a large rice cooker but it was too big for the 2 of us... now I enjoy this smaller one and have had no problems with it. Even bought one for our son so he can easily make rice without burning it.
Excerpt: I bought one some 5 years ago. I used it three times a week. it worked beautifully until last night. I picked up a new one this morning. it died after one tour of duty. I exchanged for another one. I think it is an excellent product for the price. I'm hoping the new one won't let me down!
Excerpt: I have bought two of these in the last month and both times they have worked for the first 2-3 times then they stop and I can't use it anymore just because they are cheap does not make them good, I got the same one from walmart and it worked for almost 2years if not longer and that was using it at least 4-5 times a week and with this one we only used it maybe 6-7 times in the last month.