Summary: I am a big fan of zojirushi products and have five ranging from rice cookers to an indoor grill. my original rice cooker has lasted over 6 years. So when I saw this one had both induction and pressure I went for it, even though it cost $500.
Summary: This rice cooker is absolutely fantastic. I've had it for almost 4 years now, and it's still amazing me. In fact, I'm writing this review, because of something that just happened. I made rice on the GABA brown setting, about 3 days ago.
It was working fine at first and we liked the product
Chun W. Cheng, Amazon
27 January 2015
Summary: I bought Zojirushi NP-HTC10 rick cooker about 2 years ago. It was working fine at first and we liked the product. We had been very careful when using it but the inner cooking pan quickly acquired scratches and over time the coating flaked off so fast and so much that it could be used any more.
Summary: This is our 2nd zojirushi rice cooker. This one has the pressure cooking system and yes, you can tell the difference. A lot of people think rice tastes the same. Not true---although subtle--u can perceive the difference both in taste and texture
Summary: We eat rice every day so I am very picky about my rice cooker. All my friends own a rice cooker so I was able to do come comparison. Previously I owned zojirushi cooker and it was fine for about 3 years.
Summary: I bought this rice cooker because, at the time, the price difference between this one and the one without pressure cooking wasn't very different. I can really tell the quality difference in the outcome of rice compared to the Aroma brand that I had from Costco.