It is the best 1. 5 cup rice cooker on the market ...
Roger Yamasaki, Amazon
25 January 2015
Summary: I've have been buying this Panasonic 1.5 cup rice cooker for the past 30 years. It is the best 1.5 cup rice cooker on the market and cooks perfect rice every time. Once the pot starts wearing down (the Teflon starts to peel) I buy a new one. It will last at least 5 years even if you use it daily.
This little thing is awesome. I love that I can just make enough ...
Julio C Godoy, Amazon
15 January 2015
Summary: This little thing is awesome. I love that I can just make enough for myself or even two people and I don't have a lot leftover to throw away (cause if you're anything like me I just don't like eating leftover rice that has been in the fridge the day after) Also if you follow their recommendations for getting the best rice it does actually make a difference. I love that it's small enough to take with you anywhere.
Summary: I bought this rice cooker 8 months , use it once or twice a week, and have been very pleased with it! It is the perfect size for 1 or 2 people, does not take up much space (about the size of a salad plate), and the liner and top clean very easily. So far no scratches on the liner. I only use non-metal utensils with it.
Summary: This unit does not have the 4 hour warm feature even though it says in the specs. I bought this item because of that. I returned this item back. I have requested to correct the specs but nothing happened. So if you want the warm feature stay away from this product.
Summary: The rice cooker works fine although, I have only used it once. It was late arriving, not because of the seller but because of the post office failing to inform me that the cooker was in their possession. What I have discovered is that the inner pot also fits my old National Rice Cooker. This is a blessing in disguise because I have been looking for a replacement inner pot for a long long time, the older inner pot started to flake.
Summary: The reason I bought such a tiny rice cooker is because I often make as little as 1/4 cup of rice at a time, and bigger rice cookers aren't good for preparing such small amounts. Initially I owned the , but when the nonstick coating started coming off I decided to upgrade to the Panasonic. (FYI: I've learned from experience that it's important to only use wood or silicone spoons, because even nylon utensils can scratch up the interior.
Summary: I was looking for a rice cooker to handle cooking needs while traveling. This one is PERFECT! It would also suit single people making rice for one or two. The machine has a very small footprint. The three included cups amount to less than half of that amount in dry volume, but if you cook three "cups" of dry rice, you will end up with a very generous amount, in fact enough for two.