Summary: PERFECT size for a single lady like myself. I've made just about every type of rice in it except brown rice, which I don't care for. Every time I start to make rice, I say to myself "it can't be this easy", and every time, I am proven wrong. A PERFECT 4 cups of rice comes right out!
Summary: If you get it for less than $20 (like I did), it's certainly worth it. It's cheap as heck in all senses of the word, but if it costs so little, who cares if it doesn't last? Maybe you should buy two when you see it on a big sale. Indirect heat cookers are superior, but cost quite a bit more.
Pros: Cheap. Fairly easy to use.
Cons: The pan / bowl (whatever you wish to call it) the rice is cooked in is of very poor quality. The non-stick coating flakes off quickly, even with careful use. Then the metal will quickly rust. This happened to me and even more quickly to a friend. Since replacing the pan would cost more than buyin...