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Beradon 846 686 September 12, 2016 at 12:13 AM in Appliances (3) More Newegg Deals
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Promoted 09-12-2016 by qwikwit at 02:19 PM View Original Post
Newegg.com has Tiger JBA-T18U 10-Cup Microcomputer Controlled Rice Cooker/Warmer/Steamer on sale for $149.99 - $50 w/ promo code AMEFENFG23 = $99.99. Shipping is free. Thanks Beradon

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This price for the Tiger JBA-T18U is $57 lower (36% savings) than the next best price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $157. -qwikwit

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Edited September 12, 2016 at 02:05 PM by qwikwit
Tiger JBA-T18U
10 cup rice cooker

Made in Japan

$99.99 with coupon code AMEFENFG23
FS

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Pro...0012-00004


Same unit is $173 on Amazon
https://www.amazon.com/Tiger-JBA-...B004ECJKNS
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Hmm, OP where did you see this being made in Japan? On Amazon this specific model is marked as NOT made in Japan...

https://www.amazon.com/Tiger-JBA-...B004S59E32
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Hmm, OP where did you see this being made in Japan? On Amazon this specific model is marked as NOT made in Japan...

https://www.amazon.com/Tiger-JBA-...B004S59E32
That's not the same model. A18U vs T18U. Photo shows made in Japan label.
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As mentioned, it specifically says on the unit in the left corner of the controls 'Made in Japan' as does this image on Tiger's website.
https://usa.tiger-corporation.com...ooker.html

the A18U is not however, and it doesn't look the same either.

the T18U sells for $173 on Amazon
https://www.amazon.com/Tiger-JBA-...B004ECJKNS
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I've used a $20 rice cooker before with good results and recently ordered a $35 one(which I will be receiving later this week). In general, are the $100 models much different than the <$50 models?

Here is the one I ordered: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B004O828KE/
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I've used a $20 rice cooker before with good results and recently ordered a $35 one(which I will be receiving later this week). In general, are the $100 models much different than the <$50 models?

Here is the one I ordered: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B004O828KE/
I have a hamilton beach $35 rice cooker and it burns the rice on the bottom. My old roommate had a 3 cup zojirushi that would keep rice warm for several days, which was amazing... this thing shuts off after several hours, even if it didnt shut off it would burn the rice a lot anyways. The initial fresh rice doesnt taste THAT much different (at least if it doesnt burn the rice at the bottom), but for me its about convenience of having the rice later..
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Regular checkout went ok.

But when using paypal, i got this:
The item(s) in your shopping cart does not qualify for the discount with the promo code EMCENFG23 you've entered. Please check again or contact customer service.
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Last edited by cheakrisna September 12, 2016 at 02:01 PM
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Quote from sokat View Post :
I've used a $20 rice cooker before with good results and recently ordered a $35 one(which I will be receiving later this week). In general, are the $100 models much different than the <$50 models?

Here is the one I ordered: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B004O828KE/
I have a Zojirushi and the difference is night and day. Will not go back to a dumb rice cooker. So to answer your question, YES if you eat rice regularly, you need to get a fuzzy logic cooker, preferably one made in Japan.
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Quote from tommyvee View Post :
I have a Zojirushi and the difference is night and day. Will not go back to a dumb rice cooker. So to answer your question, YES if you eat rice regularly, you need to get a fuzzy logic cooker, preferably one made in Japan.
totally agree. I had a rice cooker from Costco. An Aroma I believe. Rice was always burnt on the bottom, and if you kept the unit on to keep the rice warm, it continued to cook and turn to mush in the middle and extra burnt on the edges. I bought a Zojirushi and hasn't regretted it once. For a $100 I would easily pick up one of these nicer ones.
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I got this on the last deal and love it. Makes excellent rice and just to test it was able to keep rice fresh for over 4 days (yes I know this is not safe to consume, lol)
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I got this on the last deal and love it. Makes excellent rice and just to test it was able to keep rice fresh for over 4 days (yes I know this is not safe to consume, lol)
Do you put some water on your rice when reheating it? how do you not get it to dry out
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Just bought 1 thanks
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Quote from jbrown7815 View Post :
I got this on the last deal and love it. Makes excellent rice and just to test it was able to keep rice fresh for over 4 days (yes I know this is not safe to consume, lol)
About how much counter space does this 10cup take..? I Was looking at getting the a 5cup Zojirushi, but that's right now on amazon at about $180.. this would definitely be lots better in terms of price..

hmm.. decisions..


this is the zojirushi I'm looking at btw: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...PDKIKX0DER
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Last edited by Wolf1e September 12, 2016 at 02:52 PM
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Quote from Tranman409 View Post :
Do you put some water on your rice when reheating it? how do you not get it to dry out
The warm setting on the maker does it for you... the lid closes completely so no moisture loss.
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