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Zojirushi Rice Cookers: NS-WAC10 Micom Fuzzy-Logic 5.5-Cup $100, NS-WAC18 Micom Fuzzy-Logic 10-Cup $107, NS-LAC05 Micom 3-Cup EXPIRED

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Promoted 02-24-2013 by brisar at 03:11 AM View Original Post
Casa.com has several Zojirushi Rice Cookers on Sale. Save an additional 30% with coupon code CASA30AFF (new customers only). Shipping is free. Thanks Lockey2k

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Edited February 24, 2013 at 07:59 AM by Lockey2k
Building off the other Zojirushithread... (Coupon Code Casa - CASA30AFF - 30% off max of $30)

NS-ZCC10 [casa.com] $137.22 ($159 on Amazon) - Made in Japan (Out of Stock)

NS-LAC05 [casa.com] $94.99 ($124 on Amazon) - China

NS-WAC10 [casa.com] $100.09 ($129.00 on Amazon) - China

NS-WAC18 [casa.com] $107.63 ($136.53 on Amazon) - China

NS-VGC05 [casa.com] $84.00 ($112.00 on Amazon) - China

NS-ZCC18 [casa.com] $152.53 ($181 on Amazon) - Japan (Sold Out)

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Last Edited by rocketsfan February 26, 2013 at 04:10 PM
2/26/2013 30CASAFF working for $30 off

2/25/2013 9:00 a.m. CASA30AFF that gave up to $30 off has EXPIRED. First time users code CASATHIRTY allows up to $25 off and is working.

Verified with customer service, even if not listed as an authorized vendors if the site is an authorized ecommerce site the warranty will be honored. The warranty is not valid if the unit is purchased from an auction site or any site "selling seconds or open boxed items." Some purchases made through Amazon might fall into the second category. If purchased on Amazon make sure the order is filled by Amazon.com and not one of the "offered by" sellers. If in doubt call Zojirushi customer service.

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#16
I would get one but I don't have my own place yet =/
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#17
The NS-ZCC10 is also made in Japan. The pictures has "Made In Japan" on the rice cooker.

The NS-ZCC10 is a 5-1/2 cup

The NS-ZCC18 is a 10 cup
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Last edited by bean373 February 23, 2013 at 10:11 PM
#18
Good job. Nice information.

Quote from goraptors15 View Post :
The following link contains which models are made in Japan, China, etc.

http://www.pleasanthillgrain.com/...cture.aspx
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#19
I have a NP-HTC10 for less than a year, and the coating on the non-stick pan is already breaking. This was not caused by me. The pan is not warranty from Zojirushi -- this wasn't known before I purchased. It will cost +$75 to replace pan.
I recommend looking at another manufacturer.
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#20
pl include lunch jar too
http://www.casa.com/p/zojirushi-s...jar-233910

$28 after 30% discount which is a good price.
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#21
Extremely good prices. Enjoy the front page.
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#22
Can't recommend the NS-ZCC10 enough. I bought mine a ZAC10 about 10 years ago, which is essentially the same, they just changed the model number to ZCC. I use it a lot, it's going strong, and the bowl still looks almost new. It's honestly one of my favorite kitchen appliances.

P.S. DELICIOUS easy to do variety flavors of applesauce using the porridge cycle (rhubarb applesauce...yay!), and setting the timer to wake up to HOT, REAL steel cut oats in the morning is a super time saver.

BTW, I got a great deal on this 10 years ago and this is the first time I've seen a price that ties it since.
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Quote from tommygirl View Post :
Rice isn't what it use to be. Eater Beware!
Do you mind explaining that? There's many different kinds of rice, does it apply to all rice **educate me**.
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#24
Can someone tell me what makes these rice cookers so good? Compared to lets say..the cheaper $50 rice cookers? I'm trying to find one for my parents but there eyes would probably pop out if it costs $150
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#25
what model do you guys recommend and made in japan. im looking at the zcc18 but dunno yet
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Quote from mastermind85 View Post :
Does anyone know how to get around the once per address limit for the code? I'd like to use it again...
Try variations in your street address, I live in an apartment and tried Unit A and #A and it worked both times
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Can someone tell me what makes these rice cookers so good? Compared to lets say..the cheaper $50 rice cookers? I'm trying to find one for my parents but there eyes would probably pop out if it costs $150
Order a ZCC10 model.

- Timer. Set it to when you want to eat and it's done. Doesn't matter if I'm cooking 1 cup or 5 cups of rice, it can figure out when to turn itself on if set up early enough to have it done when I want it done. GREAT feature for setting up steel cut oats the night before on porridge cycle and waking up to a FABULOUS hot breakfast that makes instant oats taste like McDonald's compared to Five Guys.

- Perfect rice, every time. Brown rice for one can be a challenge. Handles it with ease.

- Reliability. 10+ years on mine and never a problem, still looks and works great.

- One-Pot meals. I honestly wish I had this thing in the dorms back in college.

- Applesauce. I make some amazing Rhubarb Applesauce. I need to try Plum Applesauce sometime using the porridge cycle.

- Ability to tailor rice to needs. Harder / softer settings depending on your intended usage / desires.

- Keep warm function. I'm literally not afraid to eat the rice up to 12 hours after cooking if left on keep warm. Quality of other cookers and their edibility after that long I'd question highly.

If mine ever died, I don't care if it was on sale, I'd buy another in an instant to replace it. We use it that much.

Check out http://www.amazon.com/Ultimate-Ri...B002BU24U6 at your library or elsewhere for ideas on what one can do. Notice though that quite a few of the recipes require a steamer tray / function, and MOST fuzzy logic don't have that. Also, a lot of the recipes in this book are fuzzy logic cookers only. Many more will work in both. Good book for any rice cooker basically, but not all recipes will be usable by you in most instances.

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what model do you guys recommend and made in japan. im looking at the zcc18 but dunno yet
How many are you cooking for?
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Last edited by sumrtym February 23, 2013 at 11:26 PM
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Quote from xNico View Post :
Can someone tell me what makes these rice cookers so good? Compared to lets say..the cheaper $50 rice cookers? I'm trying to find one for my parents but there eyes would probably pop out if it costs $150
It's mostly how well the cooker regulates temperature. There are cheaper models that can cook decent rice on a daily basis, but I've had a hard time finding any reliable for under $100.
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Quote from sumrtym View Post :
Order a ZCC10 model.

- Timer. Set it to when you want to eat and it's done. Doesn't matter if I'm cooking 1 cup or 5 cups of rice, it can figure out when to turn itself on if set up early enough to have it done when I want it done. GREAT feature for setting up steel cut oats the night before on porridge cycle and waking up to a FABULOUS hot breakfast that makes instant oats taste like McDonald's compared to Five Guys.

- Perfect rice, every time. Brown rice for one can be a challenge. Handles it with ease.

- Reliability. 10+ years on mine and never a problem, still looks and works great.

- One-Pot meals. I honestly wish I had this thing in the dorms back in college.

- Applesauce. I make some amazing Rhubarb Applesauce. I need to try Plum Applesauce sometime using the porridge cycle.

- Ability to tailor rice to needs. Harder / softer settings depending on your intended usage / desires.

If mine ever died, I don't care if it was on sale, I'd buy another in an instant to replace it. We use it that much.

Check out http://www.amazon.com/Ultimate-Ri...B002BU24U6 at your library or elsewhere for ideas on what one can do. Notice though that quite a few of the recipes require a steamer tray / function, and MOST fuzzy logic don't have that. Also, a lot of the recipes in this book are fuzzy logic cookers only. Many more will work in both. Good book for any rice cooker basically, but not all recipes will be usable by you in most instances.


How many are you cooking for?
5 people
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#30
Quote from xNico View Post :
Can someone tell me what makes these rice cookers so good? Compared to lets say..the cheaper $50 rice cookers? I'm trying to find one for my parents but there eyes would probably pop out if it costs $150
I bought a Tiger JNP-0550, made in Japan, for ~$95. Looks very similar to my Tatung, made in Taiwan I believe, which cost me $20. I used the Tatung for years at university -- the Tiger I bought in November. Same simple one-button design -- not digital. Despite nearly identical looks, I'll bet the internals aren't the same..

The big difference? Consistency. The Tatung cooked rice fine -- but never quite the same. Sometimes it would come out wet and mushy, other times more firm and dry. Always edible, but always a surprise.

The Tiger cooks rice exactly the same every time -- perfect, with a delicious bit of o-koge on the bottom.

Another difference with the Tiger is you can leave the rice on warming much longer without affecting the rice much -- overnight, even, for packing lunch.

You can always boil/steam your rice to perfection without an expensive machine -- but if you eat a lot of rice, the convenience is worth the cost. Cooking a Japanese-style meal is enough work without having to worry about the rice..
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