The Tiger Electronics JAH-T18U Microcomputer Controlled Rice Cooker is actually three machines rolled into one: a slow cooker, steamer and rice cooker. Though it does not have induction heating, the Tiger JAH-T18U heats up quickly and evenly, users say. A steaming basket is included.
Kudos from reviewers. The Tiger Electronics JAH-T18U Microcomputer Controlled Rice Cooker gets kudos from consumer and expert reviewers, who praise its ability to cook white and brown rice, as well as serve as a steamer and slow cooker. A steaming basket is included.
The menu includes settings for plain rice, quick, germinated brown rice, mixed rice, sweet rice, porridge and brown rice. It also has a scorch mode. When cooking is complete, the cooker automatically switches to warm mode except for porridge.
Instructions are clear. Cleaning the Tiger Electronics rice cooker is simple, owners say; its pan has a nonstick surface, and the inner lid and steam cap are removable and washable. The many menu settings are easy to use. For the slow cooker and steamer, cooking time may be set in five-minute intervals for up to three hours.
Measuring lines are located on the inner pot, and a measuring cup is included. The instructions are clear on how to use the Tiger JAH-T18U's many functions.
Pan is scratch-resistant. The Tiger Electronics JAH-T18U Microcomputer Controlled Rice Cooker has the capacity for 10 cups of dry rice, which makes 20 cups of cooked rice. It weighs 9 pounds. The nonstick pan is scratch-resistant, which adds to the feeling of durability, users say. The Tiger JAH-T18U has a one-year warranty.
Bestcovery.com names the Tiger 3-in-1 Rice Cooker one of five Best Picks for Best Rice Cooker, giving it 4.5 out of 5 stars. Reviews are brief and noncomparative, with just an overview of the cooker and no mention of hands on testing.
Review: Best Rice Cooker, Mandy Slake, Dec. 12, 2012
The Tiger JAH-T18U receives an overall rating of 4.6 out of 5 stars, based on a handful of reviews on Amazon.com. Consumers say they love this rice cooker, and a few outline a list of pros and cons. Overall, they say the Tiger cooks well but is a little pricey for its features.
Review: Tiger JAH-T18U Micom 10-Cup (Uncooked) Rice Cooker and Warmer with 3-in-1 Functions, Contributors to Amazon.com, As of July 2013