Compare the Latest 3 Panasonic Rice Cookers 2020
List of the latest Panasonic rice cookers in the order in which they were added to our database (To compare any of the 3 models, just click their Add to compare button):
The SR-DF101 is Panasonic's microcomputer-controlled rice cooker that runs on fuzzy logic (a staple of Japanese rice cookers) technology to cook 5 cups of rice (and other grains) using its set of functions such as brown rice, porridge/soup, steam/quick cooking, and 5-hour warm-keeping.
At barely 2.6 pounds and with a relatively-small body, the SR-G06FG rice cooker is definitely no heavyweight in both size and features with its singular cook function, auto shut-off ability, and 6-cup capacity.
The Panasonic SR-3NS-S is as plain as a rice cooker can get, with its basic cook mode that prepares 3 cups of cooked rice (1.5 raw cups) and auto shut-off (a normal feature) for when the cooking process is finished.
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