Top 5 Best Selling Rice Cookers

by Rice Cooker Wizard on November 6, 2008

You want the best cooking products for your kitchen. One way to buy the best cooking products is to look at which products shoppers have been snapping up recently. Based on data from online retailers, we’ve compiled a list of the hottest and best selling automatic rice cookers. These products are flying off the shelves for a reason: folks love them!

  1. Farberware FSRC100 Rice Cooker

    • In Brief: Inexpensive, lots of capacity for the money (10cups).

      Farberware 10cup FSRC100 Rice Cooker

    • Our Opinion: We found this Farberware rice cooker listed as the bestselling rice cooker on We think the low price (listed as low as $15.99) coupled with the large capacity (10 cups) and the reputable Farberware brand name makes for an automatic rice cooker that shoppers find attractive.
    • Features: Fit up to 10 cups of rice in the pan (makes up to 20 cups cooked), tempered glass lid, keeps rice warm for up to 12 hrs.
  2. Panasonic SR-G06FG 3.3-Cup Rice Cooker/Steamer

    • In Brief: Top seller from a trusted brand. Bargain buy, good for small kitchens.

      Panasonic 3.3cup SR-G06FG Rice Cooker

    • Our Opinion: We found this rice cooker listed as a bestseller on at a price of $27.31. This small rice cooker falls in the same category as the Farberware cooker and is a big hit with bargain shoppers. Panasonic has a good reputation amongst rice connoisseurs, and this is their least expensive offering. The small size of this rice cooker is attractive to those with small kitchens and smaller families.
    • Features: Makes up to 6.6 cups of cooked rice, tempered glass lid, auto shutoff, nonstick pan, stay-cool handles.
  3. Zojirushi NS-ZCC10 5.5 Cup Neuro Fuzzy Logic Rice Cooker

    • In Brief: Quality brand. Recommended if you want more than a basic rice cooker. Pricier than basic rice cookers.

      Zojirushi 5.5 Cup NS-ZCC10 Rice Cooker

    • Our Opinion-Listed second bestseller on, this rice cooker from respected Japanese maker Zojirushi offers restaurant quality rice using neuro fuzzy logic technology. Although pricier than the basic rice cookers on the market, the additional functionality offered by the advanced Neuro Fuzzy logic technology is well worth the money. It offers tight control of the temperature for efficient cooking of many different types of rice including white, sushi, mixed, porridge, sweet, semi-brown, brown, rinse-free, and quick cooking (according to
    • Features: 5-1/2-cup computerized rice cooker and warmer, multi-menu options, lcd display, advanced neuro fuzzy logic technology, automatic keep-warm and extended keep-warm.
  4. Sanyo Micom ECJD55S 5.5 Cup Rice Cooker/Steamer

    • In Brief: Same functionality as the Zojirushi for a lower price. Bargain buy.

      Sanyo ECJ-HC55S 5.5 Cup Automatic Rice Cooker

    • Our Opinion: Offering Zojirushi capability at a cheaper price, the Sanyo model also boasts computerized fuzzy logic control of temperature for top notch cooking of different types of rice (and even other grains). Includes a steamer and 24hr timer as well. With raving reviews on review sites, we recommend this rice cooker if you want restaurant quality rice and the 24hr. timer and steamer capability. Also interesting to note, this rice cooker boasts a titanium exterior coating and an extra thick inner pot for durability. The Bizrate link to the product: Sanyo-Bizrate
    • Features: Offers 5-1/2-cup capacity, micro-computerized cooker with fuzzy-logic technology, titanium-coated exterior shell, extra-thick 2-1/2 mm non-stick inner pot, multi-menu selections; slow-cook, keep warm, and reheat function, LCD clock with 24-hour timer, steaming tray.

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The Biggest List of Rice Cooker Buyer’s Guides

by Rice Cooker Wizard on October 13, 2008

Which Buyer’s Guides are Worth Your Time?

We know that there are quite a few rice cooker buyer’s guides out there, any quick search in Google will tell you that. But which ones are worth your time? In this article, we compile all of the ones we’ve come across and list them from the best to the worst. Read the first few, or read them all.

Shopwiki: Rice Cookers

Shopwiki has a great buyer’s guide because it is written by shoppers for shoppers. Short and to the point, this one makes it to the top of the list.

Associated Content: Five Tips for Buying an Automatic Rice Cooker

This Associate Content article is well written and on-topic, although not as detailed as some others.

MSN Shopping: Rice Cooker Buyer’s Guide

MSN is a reputable online shopping portal, and their buyer’s guide has an excellent overview of the features you should look for.

The Automatic Rice Cooker Buyer’s Guide

We think our own buyer’s guide should be in the #1 spot. After all, we spent a lot of time researching and writing it. You be the judge. Let us know what you think.

Rice Cooker Buyer’s Guide: Find the Rice Cookers that Match Your Style

Sorry. We wrote this one too. We haven’t seen anyone write a buyer’s guide based on a person’s cooking style. Call us unbiased if you want, but we think it’s great and worth your read. Let us know if we’re right or wrong.

Squidoo: Tips for Buying a Rice Cooker

Squidoo has some excellent articles written by the average Joe/Jane. This one is a bit sparse, but at least it gets the job done.

Rice Cooker: The Essential Buying Guide

Associated Content: Buyer’s Guide to Electric Rice Cooker’s

Wisegeek: What Should I Consider When Buying a Rice Cooker?

What to Look for When Choosing a Rice Cooker

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