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Tiger Corporation

Tiger JNP-S55U-HU 3-Cup (Uncooked) Rice Cooker and Warmer, Stainless Steel Gray

4.3
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HK$ 2,293.00
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Description

  • Keep-warm function up to 12 hours
  • Non-stick inner pan
  • Retractable power cord
  • Spatula and rice measuring cup includes
  • Removable and washable steam vent
  • NOTE: Please ensure to measure rice in the cup that comes along with the product ONLY

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Customer Reviews

Getting the run around for faulty rice pot I would love to give this product 5 stars BUT I can t because of an issue that I ve been having with this rice pot. The rice comes out nice within a few minutes. The issue that I am having is when the rice starts cooking, steam comes up and covers the whole top of the outer lid. There is a steam release valve where the steam is supposed to come out. It actually works but the steam also escapes around the sides of the pot and covers the lid. I read that this issue might be caused by a blocked valve but my valve is not blocked. It also mentions that the steam can cause the outer lid to warp and cause the cooker to malfunction. We called an Amazon representative and were told that it was under warranty and that he would get back to us after contacting the company. We waited a week and called Amazon again. The representative again stated that she would contact the company and get back to us but I do not believe that they are actually going to call us back. I ll update when or if they contact us back. I have taken video and pictures and will try posting. 2Better Rice Maker, Better Rice!!This is the third rice maker I've bought in less than two years :o What I've learned (that I hope will keep you from making the same mistake) is to buy a rice maker that's actually made in Japan (the lower priced units are almost always made in China even if it's a Japanese brand). While I was researching, I read that one of the first things people from China typically do when visiting Japan, is buy a Japanese-made rice maker. I can certainly see why. I could tell the difference when I pulled it out of the box. It's a much better quality.I bought the stainless steel 5.5 cup and it's beautiful and more than big enough for my needs. And this one has a retractable cord! Love!The same rice that I've always made is much more flavorful and the texture is different too, in a good way, It's as though the rice has more substance and certainly more depth of flavor. Who knew rice could taste better? I definitely traded up. 5PERFECT rice every timeI was dubious about paying this much money for a rice cooker. This is not my first one. It's actually my fourth and my favorite one -- a Panasonic -- is no longer being sold anywhere. I read a lot of reviews before I bought this particular model. It is perfect. It makes the absolutely best rice. Exactly what proportion of water to rice you will use will probably depend on what kind of rice you are using. We are using short grain sushi rice and 1-1/4 cups rice to 2 cups of water -- no oil, no seasoning -- with about 15 minutes of pre-soaking before cooking. Press the button and 15 minutes later, perfect rice that you can keep hot for as long as you could possibly want. It's expensive, but if you eat a lot of rice? It is worth every penny. 5Awesome rice cookerI love this rice cooker ...since I bought this I have made brown rice in it everyday.....sometimes I scramble an egg with mushrooms and ginger and add it to the rice in the pot after it's cooked ...and have a warm pot of fried rice...topped with raw green onions and coconut aminos...sometimes I make the rice and top it with saut ed vegetables and seasonings...very easy to clean.....and I purchase kitchen gadgets all the time and most of them end up getting stowed away after a bit and never used again..not this one....brown rice is very easy to digest and loaded with nutrients....this cooker is worth the money spent....and soon I will have a Japanese waist...... 5Tiger JPN-1800, Nice by comparisonI already owned 3 rice cookers before getting this, one of which is a 10 cup Panasonic that I purchased in 1980 for 130$. Two of the 3 are Japanese, like this one. One is electronic for brown rice, and one is a neat smaller Zoji 5.5 cup. All are in fine working condition, all are top line rice cookers, and so I have a decent base knowledge to compare the Tiger. The Tiger impresses me as a quality unit, and with only one cook session to go on it cooked great gohan rice. That's not going to be a problem, I know already. The pot, inner lid, and even the drip catch are ultra nice. The inner lid mechanism is spring loaded in a heavy duty fashion that I've not seen before. The latch on the outer lid seems strong, but the hinge is a bit weak. I compared it with my other cookers and they are a bit weak too, but not quite as weak as the Tiger. I would like all quality rice cookers, regardless of brand name to step it a few notches up in this regard. My old Panasonic has a metal vent opening, and I'd like to see that on all top of the line cookers, but none have that now it seems. Not a deal killer by any means. It would be a nice touch to see it shiny metal instead of plastic. I would like to advise anyone considering a nice cooker like this to observe a few precautions, to avoid damage and enhance longevity.----The first thing is to never pick up a rice cooker by the handle, even if empty. Always grab it from the bottom. The handle is only a grip to open the lid.----Another thing is how to close the lid. To extend the life of the lid lock, push the lid button down before you close the lid, then release it once the lid is seated. This Tiger has a metal catch on the lid which engages a plastic part to lock. You can reduce the wear of the lid lock by not forcing the metal catch through the plastic part. Holding the button will relieve the pressure as it engages.----Always treat the pan with care, dry before use, especially the outside bottom. This cooker could be a 35 year rice cooker for you so familiarize yourself well with it and go to Tiger website and read the general FAQ's for rice cookers:http://www.usa.tiger-corporation.com/support/faq/rice_coockers#77 (I did not misspell cooker in the url, that's how it is :)I also would advise that once you've checked it out and it's not faulty or damaged, then go ahead and buy a replacement pan now and put it up in storage. If taken care of very carefully the only wear item will be the pan. My Panasonic pan is worn but it's too late to get a replacement pan. I hate that because it's still a great cooker and a part of the family. I can see that this Tiger could wind up the same for someone too. For this Tiger I have already purchased a replacement pan, and that should tell you how I really feel about this cooker.Bottom line for me is, I wanted to get another one button, made in Japan rice cooker that hopefully will last a real long time before these babies become extinct. My children will inherit the Panasonic, that's for sure, and maybe this Tiger too! This cooker has a slight, a very very slight blue color to the area around the side of the cooker. It's almost white, and I wanted the classic white but this is ok. Kinda nice actually. 5Works well drain and steam system awesome. When the rice is cooked all excess water ...Tiger brand is a well known rice cooker..thought i bought since the wife has been bugging me for awile now.Works well drain and steam system awesome.When the rice is cooked all excess water from the steam goes to the small bucket in the side. Rice dont get well and spoil easyIt also have retractable cord pretty handy when you unplug it. Most rice cooker are about $30. This one is more expensive but i highly recommended it definitely worth buying. 5When buying Tiger Cookers get the models starting with JNPWell made. Fill and forget, Makes better rice than I ever could using conventional methods. A family member has been using one for years without trouble Good quality construction.I would use other reviewers advice and purchase only the models starting with JNP as they are made in Japan and have far fewer problems (based on others reviews) than those made in China. 5Received a rice cooker that was USED and not CLEANED!!!I m very disappointed. Amazon/tiger/shipper- whoever it is, did poor quality check on their returned items. This rice cooker was clearly used- as it had the rice steam residue and scratches (see photos). Now I have to go out of my way to return an item that Amazon failed to inspect. I really hope that the replacement is new. 1Perfect Rice, Every Day, All Day LongExcellent rice cooker. Tiger rice cookers are always great. This JNP version is the one made in Japan, not the version JAZ.The JAZ version, although it looks the same, apparently has an issue with sogginess or something (from reviews I read), so I'd advise you to steer clear of that one.I got the 8 cup stainless one. The cooker is not actually metal, but is plastic that is designed to look like stainless steel (still attractive though). Although the lowest line on the 8 cup version is the 3 cup line, I have successfully made 1 cup (dry = 3 cups yield) quantities for myself without issue. The cooker keeps the rice warm and fresh all day. It does not get crispy or soggy. The cooker is easy to clean. The manual says you need to soak the rice first, but that depends on grain varieties. If you are using jasmine long grain white rice, soaking is not necessary, but you Do need to wash the rice by rubbing it together in water a few times.I have only used this with fragrant jasmine Long Grain rice from Thailand. I do not know how it performs on other rice varieties. 5No quality, no customer serviceOne star because zero stars are allowed. My extended family, including in Japan, has preferred Tiger products for many years and they all lasted a long time. One of them was even the supposedly inferior China-made rice cooker model but it still performed well. This recent purchase, however, (which is a Japan-made rice cookerl) is TERRIBLE. I think that the lid is not seated properly, as water leaks out of the top when the rice is cooking, making a sticky mess on the rice cooker and the counter top. I emailed Tiger Corporation about the problem and NEVER HEARD BACK FROM THEM. Members of my extended family have been longtime customers of Tiger but I've been telling all of them about this recent experience and they are hesitant to buy any more Tiger rice cookers. Seeing that Tiger is not responsive to concerns from loyal customers, we are all talking about switching to another company for future purchases. 1
Tiger JNP-S55U-HU 3-Cup (Uncooked) Rice Cooker and Warmer, Stainless Steel Gray

Tiger JNP-S55U-HU 3-Cup (Uncooked) Rice Cooker and Warmer, Stainless Steel Gray

4.3
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
HK$ 2,293.00
Sale price
HK$ 2,293.00
Regular price
HK$ 3,790.00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (HK$ 1,497.00)