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Zojirushi NP-HCC18XH Induction Heating System Rice Cooker and Warmer, 1.8 L, Stainless Dark Gray $239.99

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This is a good price. I had just ordered one.
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What is reg price
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What is reg price
289 I think.
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I might be out of line asking this but why is it so expensive compared to like an instapot
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This model is made in Japan if anyone was wondering.
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I might be out of line asking this but why is it so expensive compared to like an instapot
I agree with this question...
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Bought the crap out of this. Thanks!!
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We got this about 4 years ago and it's one of the best purchases we have made. Working perfect as the day it came. Great rice cooker, we cook GABA brown rice with it pretty much everyday.
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I might be out of line asking this but why is it so expensive compared to like an instapot
If you eat rice everyday...this is well worth it. If you don't, then move along unless you want to have nice stuff.
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It's a warm deal. It's been this price 6 times or lower in the past year on Amazon, at one point hitting $192
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I might be out of line asking this but why is it so expensive compared to like an instapot
This cooks all kinds of rice extremely well. It comes out ***perfect*** (and I mean this literally) every time with no effort. It keeps the rice warm for many hours at perfect condition (on weekends I will cook enough rice in the morning for lunch and dinner, and the rice is still perfect at dinner). It's got a timer so that the rice is ready when you get home after work. If you eat rice on all or almost all meals (e.g., most Asians) then this rice cooker is well worth the price--it's something you use every day and will last easily 10+ years. If you only eat rice occasionally, or don't care as much about the quality of the cooked rice, or it's functions, then it's not worth the price.

For a family that eats a lot of pasta or bread. Imagine a machine that makes perfect, hand-made quality, pasta or bread automatically every time. Wouldn't you pay a few hundred dollars for that imaginary machine?
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Have a pressure cooker. Pass
For a lot of people this is a pass, but it makes amazing rice and is much more convenient than a pressure cooker. This is one appliance I use 2-3x a week and am glad I have it every time. Perfectly cooked rice that stays good for hours. Not for everyone, but after 7+ years of perfect rice with no effort (similar model) I'd buy again in a second.
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I have the NH-VBC18 that I bought in 2007 still going strong. The way it cooks brown rice from top to bottom without any caking at bottom is exceptional. We do have the instant pot but it works like any other $15 rice cooker in Target where heat is applied from the bottom and will result in caking at bottom. Zojirushi with Induction cooking, uses magnetic coil to heat in uniformly from what I remember doing research back then! I spend like $228 then on amazon! I would buy this again if mine dies anytime soon! We have been cooking in it at-least 250 days a year for the last 12 years! First 5-8 years we cooked every day, but last 2-4 years we have been using it less that's why the average number I'm quoting less.
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