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Panasonic SR-NA10 5-1/2-Cup Rice Cooker/Warmer with Advanced Fuzzy Logic Technology


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  • 5-1/2-cup rice cooker/warmer with advanced Fuzzy Logic technology
  • 8 menu settings include 6 rice functions, plus steam and cake baking
  • 24-hour clock; 2 preset timers; 12-hour keep-warm; nonstick-coated pan
  • Dishwasher-safe steaming basket, measuring cup, scoop, and holder included
  • Measures 13-1/5 by 9-8/9 by 7-8/9 inches; 1-year limited warranty


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 13 x 10 x 8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 9 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B000E16FYK
  • Item model number: SR-NA10
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (37 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #220,047 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Panasonic SR-NA10 5.5-Cup Rice Cooker/Warmer with Advanced Fuzzy Logic Technology, Compact Design, 8 Menu Settings, Stainless Steel Washable Inner Lid, In and Out Black, Non-Stick Coated Pan with Dimpled Bottom, 24-Hour Clock with Two Preset Timers, 12-Hour Keep Warm Feature, White

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The product works fine and makes very good quality rice.
Ha L. Tran
As for food quality, let me summarize like this: Our children both now love brown rice.
Razz
I've used nishiki, basmati, jasmine, brown rice... all of them come out perfect.
T. Lovering

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

49 of 51 people found the following review helpful By P. Stevens on January 13, 2007
We are very pleased with the performance of this rice cooker. We bought it to replace an old Hitachi cooker that served us well, but was a bear to clean because of lack of a nonstick surface. We also wanted the ability to cook brown rice easily. The Panasonic cleans up beautifully and cooks both white and brown rice to perfection. A cool feature is the cooking time countdown, where the LCD display shows the remaining cooking time. Brown rice cooking time is 2 hours, and the countdown doesn't begin until 13 minutes is left. We thought this a little strange, but it's designed that way and it's stated as such in the manual.

A fine rice cooker - We have no problem recommending it to others with a family of 2-4.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By T. Lovering on January 27, 2008
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I got this using a gift certificate for Amazon that my brother gave me... my plan was to get a rice cooker after Christmas to help keep me on track with eating better. It is amazing! The rice literally always perfect, I've steamed all sorts of vegetables in it, and again, always perfect... just steamed some cabbage in it last night, and I thought with all the layers it would actually be raw in the middle layers, but no, it was just fantastic!

I have not used any spices in it, as I don't see the point since you can add them after cooking the rice, plus I wouldn't want that spice lingering for a few cycles. I've used nishiki, basmati, jasmine, brown rice... all of them come out perfect. The direction booklet is a little long, but to sum it up: 1) measure out rice (use full cup increments). 2) rinse the rice 3) place the rice in the pot. 4) Add water up to the mark for brown or white rice... for 1 cup of rice, bring it up to the 1 mark, etc. 5) press the menu select to get to 'regular' for regular white rice, 'brown rice' for brown rice. 6) press start.

It comes with a measuring cup, a steaming basket, a spoon, and a bracket to make the spoon holder on the side of the machine. Very compact! The cord even retracts into the machine when not in use. Very convenient. I use it probably 4 times a week. Well worth the price.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By C. Schafer on September 17, 2008
Our Panasonic rice cooker was easy to setup and use. This was our first time in owning or using a rice cooker. Nothing could be easier. Simply measure the amount of rice desired (using the cup provided), rinse the rice with water, pour rice into cooking pan, add water based on cups of rice desired, close the lid, select the cooking mode, and hit the start button. The rice cooker does the rest. In 50 minutes you have a perfectly cooked bowl of rice from 0.5 to 5.5 cups. The rice comes out just right, not too soggy and not dried out.

The advance fuzzy logic works great! The rice cooker knows exactly how much heat to provide regardless of the amount of rice being cooked. At the end of the cooking cycle the machine makes an audible sound to let you know that the cooking is complete. The rice is is then manually fluffed up and can be kept in the warming mode for up to 12 hours. It even has a timer to let you know how long the rice has been in the warming mode. We have tried cooking a variety of different rices and they all come out perfect. The best part about this machine is that it does all the work, is easy to use, and in 50 minutes you have a perfectly cooked bowl of rice.

We never ate rice much in the past due to the hassle and problems in cooking rice by hand. When cooking rice the old fashion way, we ended up with too much water which required extra cooking time or the water disappeared long before the rice was fully cooked. The rice always came out uncooked or soggy. And to make matters worse, it seems like each different brand and type of rice has a unique formula for water content, cooking method, and cooking time. The result was rice that was a hassle to make and not very palatable.
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Entopic Phenomenon on October 22, 2007
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I needed to get a new rice cooker and I was surprised that all of the new ones (>5 cups) were more than $100. This one was $89. I've heard about Zojirushi and how it was one of the best brands to buy. I've never had a Zojirushi cooker, so I can't compare but I was happy with the Panasonic cooker and I eat rice 4-5 days/week. One of my friends has this rice cooker (previously under the brand National), so I tried it out before committing to this Panasonic rice cooker.

I found the Panasonic operates exactly like the National rice cooker with the exception of the sound the timer makes when your rice is done. It takes a long time to cook rice in this rice cooker (50 minutes vs. 25 minutes with my old rice cooker), but the rice always comes out evenly cooked and moist. My favorite feature on the rice cooker is its ability to keep the rice warm for up to 24 hours after cooking. The rice stayed hot and moist even the next day. I have only used the white rice cook setting and the steamer although there's an option for sushi rice, porridge, sticky rice, and brown rice. This steamer is supposed to cook cakes but I've never tried it.
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15 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Ben N on March 12, 2007
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I purchased this Panasonic rice cooker to replace my 12yr old Tiger cooker. The product works great so far with white rice and cleaning feature. It's easy to use and not taking much space on my counter. This rice cooker is MADE IN CHINA, which I don't know how much reliable it is. My old Tiger cooker was made in Japan and is still going, it's just a little small for a growing family. I would recommend this product for a family of 2-4.
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