The Top 3 Best Tiger Rice Cookers (As Of April 2020)
Here are the top 3 Tiger rice cookers followed by a list of their latest models:
Even with a lower sample of reviews, considering its compound rank of 90%, we determined that the Tiger JNP-1000 is currently Alphachooser's best Tiger rice cooker 2020. We also believe that our 1374 reviews sampled across multiple sources give us a safe-enough confidence level (more on confidence levels) that justifies to call it the most interesting choice as of now.
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With its star rating of 4.5 averaged from 127 reviews, we rank this Tiger model second best Tiger rice cooker. * By the way, our list is based on an in-depth analysis of hundreds of reviews from multiple sources.
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The 11 latest Tiger Japanese rice cookers (as of May, 2020)
Aside from the more common plain rice and brown rice functions, the 5.5-cup JBV-A10U rice cooker also boasts of Tiger's Automatic Cooking Logic feature, which actively monitors the system temperature, and the Tacook Synchro-cooking function, which makes it possible to cook rice and steam dishes at the same time.
Armed with the Japanese-staple Micom technology, the Tiger JAJ-A55U rice cooker has numerous preset modes (such as risotto, quick rice, stew/soup, synchro-cooking, and cake) running at a capacity equivalent to 6 cooked-rice cups (or 3 raw cups).
This induction Japanese rice cooker consumes quite a lot of power (1080 watts) for such a relatively-small 5.5-raw-cup capacity, but its array of eight different preset programs which includes brown rice, ultra, quick, and jasmine and it being a microcomputer-controlled machine explain its high energy requirement.
Apart from being part of Tiger's Induction Heating range, the brand also highlights the JKT-S10U rice cooker's preset programs like Bread-baking, Slow cook, Tacook synchro-cooking, Jasmine, and Brown, all running at a capacity of 5.5 uncooked cups and a wattage of 1080.
The Tiger JKT-S18U, which runs at a relatively-hefty 1198 watts, is a 10-cup (uncooked) rice cooker that comes with programs such as Bread-baking, Slow-cook, Synchro-cooking, and Jasmine, all running alongside Tiger's Automatic Cooking Logic and Induction Heating technology.
The 918-watt JAX-T18U rice cooker has a pretty large uncooked-rice capacity of 10 cups and combines Tiger's Automatic Cooking Logic technology with a variety of programs like steam, quick rice, slow-cook, mixed, and sweet rice.
The 641-watt Tiger JAX-T10U is a 5.5-cup (uncooked) rice cooker that runs on the brand's Automatic cooking logic technology, steams food, acts as a slow cooker, and prepares a variety of dishes with its preset modes such as Porridge, Multigrain, Sweet, Mixed, and Tacook synchro-cooking.
Armed with Tiger's automatic cooking logic system, the JAY-A55U is suitable for cooking 3 raw cups of rice (6 cooked cups) with modes such as quick rice, rinse-free, porridge, germinated brown rice, and mixed rice, among others.
The Tiger JNP-1000, with its 5.5-uncooked-cup (roughly 11 cooked cups) capacity, is a pretty standard rice cooker (it has only two modes: cook and keep warm) save for the fact that it features a longer-than-average warm-keeping time of up to 12 hours.