I have a regular size one that I'm satisfied with. I did not expect it to be ...
19 March 2015
Summary: I haven't used it yet but I think it's going to live up to my expectations. I have a regular size one that I'm satisfied with. I did not expect it to be this large. I'm happy that it is because that was what I was looking for. The price was also great for the size and brand.
Summary: We just got this a few days ago to use for occasional catering events we volunteer for once a month and it works great! It's BIG! When not in use it will be kept in its box on a shelf in the garage. To be honest, we were concerned that the rice might not cook evenly, being such big batches, but to our pleasant surprise, the rice cooks evenly throughout. It actually cooked better as a full batch vs. a 1/3 batch.
Summary: It is advertised as 60 cup rice, but I think that's 6-oz cups (similar to how coffee is measured) instead of standard 8-oz cups. It's also the amount after it is cooked. I would say this is 20-cup maybe at most 22-cup rice cooker (to make 40-44 8-oz cups of cooked rice). Good: Very practical. I use this to make rice for about 100 homeless people every week. Before this we used a large (we thought) rice cooker three rounds, transferred to a large pot.
Summary: The best large rice cooker available. We were very frustrated by the smaller 32 cup unit from aroma. This unit can cook 5 cups uncooked in 18 min, and 20 cups uncooked in under an hour. The measuring lines are in increments of 5 cups and very accurate. We cook the traditional Japanese sticky rice for onigiri or sushi. Very much worth the extra cost.
Summary: I love it. It was more that I expected. It is a gift for Christmas and I know the person I am giving it to will be amazed. The price was just awesome and the shipping was so fast. Very pleased shopper.
was great to do business with and the return went fast ...
John D., Amazon
22 July 2014
Summary: I purchased this machine because I needed to cook large quanities of brown rice once every week. After I unpacked it, I found out that the measurement of their cup size was not a standard U.S. 8 oz cup, but a 5 oz cup. This would have produced 300 oz of rice instead of the US measurement of 480 oz. A difference of 22-1/2 , U.S. 8 oz cups! This machine for U.S. users appears to be closer to a 38 cup machine and not the 60 cups advertised.