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Zojirushi NS-TSC18 Micom Rice Cooker and Warmer, 10-Cups $180

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Zojirushi NS-TSC18 Micom Rice Cooker and Warmer, 10-Cups 210$ with 30$ coupon so total should be 180$ free shipping with or w/o prime.
BrandZojirushi
ColorStainless Brown
MaterialStainless Steel
Capacity1.8 Liters
Wattage820 watts
About this item
Micro computerized fuzzy logic technology. Capacity: Up to 10 cups / 1.8 liters
Automatic keep warm, extended keep warm and reheating cycle;Electrical Rating:120 volts. Dimensions (W x D x H): 11.12 x 15 x 9.87 inches
Easy to clean clear coated stainless steel exterior, 2 delay time settings, stainless brown.
Interchangeable melody and beep signal; Built in retractable power cord
Made in China.
NOTE : Kindly refer the User Manual available below for assistance
NOTE: Please ensure to measure rice in the cup that comes along with the product ONLY. Capacity is measured in the approx. 6 oz. / 180mL rice measuring cup, using raw short grain white rice. Other grains may vary

https://www.amazon.com/Zojirushi-...B006W22KF8
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how much do the japanese versions sell for and do they go on sale?
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Quote from Verywiseman :
Bought one for $120 4 years ago.
Super helpful
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This uses a heating element which is the cheapest line of rice cookers they make. The best line uses induction which makes superior rice. The induction models are made in Japan and the ones with heating elements are made in China.
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Last edited by Verywiseman September 24, 2022 at 09:49 AM.
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how much do the japanese versions sell for and do they go on sale?
They use to sell in the high 200s and they have gone on sale in the past.
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FUIYOHHHHHH! baby elephant rice cooker!
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how much do the japanese versions sell for and do they go on sale?
The Japanese models don't typically go on sale but they range from about $150-$250. I bought the Zojirushi NS-WAC18 from SD about 6 years ago and it just died. That model is made in Japan, 10 cups, and I paid $112 on sale at Macy's. They are about $160 now.
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Quote from mannyi :
how much do the japanese versions sell for and do they go on sale?

Kohls may have a sale in October.
I waited a couple years and finally bit last October on the japanese induction. But it required a Kohls card for the big discount. Things may have changed since then. $250 for the NP-HCC18XH. Definitely worth it for me and the fam. Do not look forward to spending a lot on an eventual replacement bowl.
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Not made in Japan for that price is absurd. These were 100-120 multiple times a year ago.
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Quote from Verywiseman :
Bought one for $120 4 years ago.
Made in Japan?
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Quote from Verywiseman :
Bought one for $120 4 years ago.
How did I miss the deal?
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How can you tell which ones are made in Japan? Just started looking into rice cookers

EDIT: Ah on Amazon at least it says in the "about" section that it's made in China.
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What's the difference between the Japanese vs Chinese version? I'm guessing quality at the least, but what else?
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