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Zojirushi NS-WRC10 5.5-Cup Micom Rice Cooker, Warmer & Steamer $84.00 Shipped!

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Made in China. (You're welcome)

Also, deal would be awesome if it was Made in Japan.
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A similar model was (maybe still is) sold at Costco for about the same price.

I own the Costco version and it's a great rice cooker. I haven't found a sub $100 rice cooker that has the same features and can cook rice like it yet. I've owned mine for over 2 years and haven't had any issues.
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I have the NS-ZCC18 made in Japan and it is amazing...yes $200 for a rice cooker but damn does it make perfect rice every time
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i would purchase it if it was made in japan.
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Quote from GlockGuy07 View Post :
I have the NS-ZCC18 made in Japan and it is amazing...yes $200 for a rice cooker but damn does it make perfect rice every time
lol..right?! I've been actually looking at purchasing my first one Smilie.. for a bit I almost caved in and bought a Chinese Made (knowingly) Zojirushi.. but after looking around I think i will be getting that same model that you have, just the 5cup version instead..

any chance you could show/pics maybe how much actual cooked rice you get or any type of idea? I'd love to have a reference, but i feel the 5cup will be enough
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Quote from Wolf1e View Post :
Made in China. (You're welcome)

Also, deal would be awesome if it was Made in Japan.
Don't the Chinese eat rice too?
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Such an old school thinking. There are way more ISO9001 certified factories in China. Your iPhone came from China, and it's not any worse quality than any Japanese phones. If the QA process is laid down, the product is as good as it can be. Specially when a famous name like Zojirushi is on the label.
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Quote from krivera1 View Post :
Don't the Chinese eat rice too?
Funny! It's more about the features and build quality. This is the same model previously sold at Costco for $89. Good deal for smaller size household.
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Quote from Wolf1e View Post :
lol..right?! I've been actually looking at purchasing my first one Smilie.. for a bit I almost caved in and bought a Chinese Made (knowingly) Zojirushi.. but after looking around I think i will be getting that same model that you have, just the 5cup version instead..

any chance you could show/pics maybe how much actual cooked rice you get or any type of idea? I'd love to have a reference, but i feel the 5cup will be enough
I just left for vacation but I usually make 2 dry cups of rice for my gf and I and it is perfect if not a little extra. I add a little less water and the rice is perfect...super easy to clean. Tons of settings too
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Quote from GlockGuy07 View Post :
I just left for vacation but I usually make 2 dry cups of rice for my gf and I and it is perfect if not a little extra. I add a little less water and the rice is perfect...super easy to clean. Tons of settings too
Oh nice, where are you headed? If you don't mind me asking that is? Also enjoy your vacation! Thanks for the heads up re: the rice.
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Oh nice, where are you headed? If you don't mind me asking that is? Also enjoy your vacation! Thanks for the heads up re: the rice.
Finger Lakes in NY. Go catch some salmon a little further up. And definitely spend the extra going with the Japanese one. Way worth it...made badass sushi rice with it too. add 1/2 cup rice vinegar, 2tbsp honey and some salt to 3c dry sushi rice (after its cooked!)
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