Zojirushi NS-TSC10 5-1/2-Cup (Uncooked) Micom Rice Cooker and Warmer, 1.0-Liter, Stainless Brown

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Zojirushi NS-TSC10 5-1/2-Cup (Uncooked) Micom Rice Cooker and Warmer, 1.0-Liter, Stainless Brown
Zojirushi NS-TSC10 5-1/2-Cup (Uncooked) Micom Rice Cooker and Warmer, 1.0-Liter, Stainless Brown

$169.99

Description

  • Micro computerized fuzzy logic technology. Capacity Up to 5.5 cups / 1.0 liter,Dimensions (W x D x H) 10-1/8 x 14 x 8-1/2 inches. The electrical rating is 120 volts / 610 watts
  • Automatic keep warm, extended keep warm and reheating cycle
  • Easy to clean clear coated stainless steel exterior, 2 delay time settings
  • Interchangeable melody and beep signal
  • Built in retractable power cord
  • Doubles as a steamer with its versatile Steam menu setting

Additional information

Specification: Zojirushi NS-TSC10 5-1/2-Cup (Uncooked) Micom Rice Cooker and Warmer, 1.0-Liter, Stainless Brown

Brand

Zojirushi

Capacity

1.05 Quarts

Product Dimensions

14"D x 10.13"W x 8.5"H

Power Source

Corded Electric

Product Care Instructions

Hand Wash

Color

Stainless Brown

Special Feature

Non-Stick

Material

Stainless Steel

Lid Material

Stainless Steel

Wattage

610 watts

Included Components

Rice cooker, rice measuring cup, spatula, and spatula holder

Voltage

120 Volts

Item Weight

9.48 pounds

Manufacturer

Zojirushi

Country of Origin

China

Item model number

NS-TSC10

Batteries

1 Lithium Metal batteries required.

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer

No

Date First Available

January 20, 2012

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  1. MM

    It is a fantastic product, best rice ever!

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  2. Dmitrii

    It’s so easy to cook rice with Zojirushi. Put rice in, wash it, set the timer, and wake up to freshly cooked rice. Life is definitely better with this rice cooker.

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  3. Don

    I can’t believe I’m writing a review for a rice cooker, but the Zojirushi has truly earned its place as an essential kitchen appliance in my home.

    Let me start by saying that I’m not a professional chef; I’m just a regular person who enjoys good food. And this rice cooker has made my life so much easier.

    First off, it’s incredibly easy to use. You simply measure your rice and water, press a button, and voila – perfectly cooked rice every single time. No more guesswork, no more burnt rice on the bottom of the pot, and no more hovering over the stove.

    But it’s not just for rice! This magical machine has settings for different types of rice (white, brown, sushi, etc.), porridge, and even a cake setting! Yep, you read that right – you can bake a cake in this thing, and it turns out moist and delicious.

    The “keep warm” feature is a game-changer too. It keeps your rice at the perfect temperature for hours, so you can prepare the rest of your meal without worrying about your rice getting cold and clumpy.

    Cleaning is a breeze, too, thanks to the nonstick inner pot and detachable parts that are dishwasher-safe.

    Now, let’s talk about the quality. Zojirushi is a name you can trust. This rice cooker feels solid and well-built. I’ve had mine for a couple of years now, and it still works like a charm. It’s an investment that pays off in the long run.

    Sure, it’s a bit more expensive than your average rice cooker, but the quality and convenience are worth every penny. If you’re serious about your rice or just want to simplify your cooking routine, the Zojirushi rice cooker is a must-have.

    In summary, I never thought I’d be gushing over a kitchen appliance, but the Zojirushi rice cooker has earned its place as the MVP of my kitchen. If you love perfectly cooked rice and want a versatile, reliable, and easy-to-use appliance, don’t hesitate to get one. You won’t regret it!

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  4. Marie-Elaine

    As you would expect, perfect jasmin rice every time.
    The included steamer makes meal easier to do as they are steamed while the rice is cooking.
    The bonus of having a cake mode is great! I just now made the cheesecake recipe that was included in the user manual, and it turned out delicious.

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  5. Linda and Jared

    Pros:
    Easy to clean. All the parts come out easily (rice bowl, metal plate, and steam cover)
    Rice line is white and easy to see. Has different waterline for rice.
    Versatile. Can be used with making other things instead of just rice
    Easy to use.
    Has many functions. Has quick rice cook since normally it takes an hour to cook rice
    Cons:
    It takes a little longer to cook rice (1 hour)
    Replacement parts cost almost as much the whole rice cooker itself.

    Overall I’m happy with my new rice cooker upgrade.

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  6. Reg

    The best rice cooker I have ever had

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  7. N. T. Simmonds

    Purchased in June 2016, used at least weekly since then (often 3-5 times a week)

    Before I say anything else, a note about cooking rice – RINSE YOUR RICE, PEOPLE. IT’S IN THE DIRECTIONS AND IT’S CRUCIAL FOR GOOD RICE.

    Fit & Finish:

    – Despite the shell being mostly plastic, this rice cooker feels a bit luxe and everything is nice and tight. The super shiny plastic is extremely easy to wipe down whenever it gets dirty.

    – The retractable power cord is an amazing feature, such a creature comfort. It works just like it did when we got it, albeit slightly slower now. I’ve never had a problem with getting it to go in the direction I needed.

    – The lid and hinge mech is solid and easy to use, just one big button to release. An interesting thing to note is the hinge only opens just beyond far enough for the rice pan to be insertable into the machine, so if it didn’t pop up all the way and your hands are full, you’ll need to use an elbow to nudge it the rest of the way open. My solution is to just pop it open and make sure it’s fully open before I start doing anything else.

    – The handle is light and plastic but has not cracked at any point, not even the joints. This was something I was worried about since the unit feels like it could be an issue, but I kinda swing this thing around when moving it in/out of my pantry, and it’s still totally solid.

    Product in use:

    – The user interface (buttons and screen) is intuitive, easy to use, and there are no seams between the buttons for any water ingress. The buttons on my unit haven’t even started to wear down after 7 years.

    – As far as functions go, I only really ever use the White or Quick rice features – I don’t eat brown rice at home, and haven’t felt the need to use any of the other ones. I’ve also never used the timer feature as I am not the best planner. But this thing sure does make the most perfectly cooked rice every single time. It’s honestly kind of rough having such high quality, easy to cook, white rice at home, and then go out to eat and the rice you’re eating is just mushy and overcooked or gummy. This thing spoils you.
    — A note about Quick Rice – I have found that the quicker cook time /can/ lead to slightly tackier/gummier rice if you open the lid as soon as the cycle ends. I would give it a few extra minutes to steam out before opening and the rice will be almost as perfect as the regular cycle.

    – Volume of rice cooked – I don’t think I have ever maxed this thing out, but I have gotten close. What is MORE impressive, is that I can cook 1 single ‘cup’** (**OF THE CUP THEY GIVE YOU TO MEASURE THAT CORRESPONDS TO THE LINES IN THE RICE PAN, WHICH IS ACTUALLY 3/4 CUP) of rice and it comes out just as perfect as if I cooked rice for 6 people. This amount of rice has never been short of enough for one meal for two adults. On quick rice, this amount cooks in like…15 minutes? And on White it’ll start at 50, but will actually skip a few and be done in 25min or so.

    Summary:

    I thought for sure that $130 (at my time of purchase) was a bit overkill for a rice cooker, but I will 1000% buy another one of these whenever my current unit dies, if that ever happens. I thought 7 years was a good run (< $20/year for perfect rice at home?!) so any more time after this is just a big bonus.

    10/10, and 10/10 with rice.

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  8. Jose Ignacio Cabrera

    Es muy buena esta arrocera, el arroz para sushi queda perfecto, además se puede preparar arroz a la mexicana sin problemas y muchas otras cosas.

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