Royal Doulton 1002297 Digital Rice Cooker (1.5Litre 8 Cup) now £15.85 delivered @ Empire Direct! - HotUKDeals
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Royal Doulton 1002297 Digital Rice Cooker (1.5Litre 8 Cup) now £15.85 delivered @ Empire Direct! To get this price use discount code: EM5159

* Digital LCD display
* 1.5litre capacity
* 765 Watt
* 8 Cup capacity
* 1 Year Parts Guarantee / 1 Year Labour Guarantee
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#1
great deal - just in time for Turkey curry over Xmas - no more soggy rice! - Thanks: thumbsup:
#2
Hmm - or you could use one of these:

http://www.choiceful.com/prod_image/65746_m.jpg

They have the advantage of being "multi-functional" - you can cook things other than rice with them, as well!
#3
looks like a good deal
#4
Why would you buy this instead of a proper steamer? Better than a pan (no soggy overcooked rice) but again multi functional (and healthier than a pan for veg).
#5
This is a cracking price for a electric rice cooker! No more soggy saucepan cooked rice pudding now :p
But my Chinese friend tells me that if you cook alot of price, you should find a brushed stainless steel rice cooker (rather than the plastic one here), as its alot easier to clean and doesn't stain etc. £15 if hot though!
#6
Hot price, but has anyone managed to get the voucher code to work? It doesn't seem to work for me. :?
#7
Timbellina
Hmm - or you could use one of these:

http://www.choiceful.com/prod_image/65746_m.jpg

They have the advantage of being "multi-functional" - you can cook things other than rice with them, as well!

a fifth of the world population that eats rice as their staple diet uses a rice cooker.

if you eat rice regularly then a rice cooker is one of the best invention ever.

no burnt rice. easy clean and it also keeps your rice cooked / moist for hours.
#8
am i blind? Where do you put the code in?! can't find it...
#9
Quidco!!!
#10
Rice cookers are superb! I understand Timbellina's point, but rice cookers are not like woks & those ****** Foreman grills; they really are worth having. They cook the rice perfectly AND keep it hot.
Hot. The deal, as well as the rice :-)
#11
Nice! just ordered one, H&R
#12
dont forget quidco.
#13
I am from Hong Kong and the only brand I would use is either Panasonic or Hitachi.
#14
thank you

I needed a rice cooker like this
#15
Greedo
am i blind? Where do you put the code in?! can't find it...


When you're viewing your shopping basket, you will see "Got a Voucher you'd like to use? Click here" below it. Click on it and it will open up a box to enter a voucher code in. But the code doesn't work for me. :oops:

Anyone else having problems with the code???


EDIT: Have just used Firefox and the code worked perfectly!!!
#16
Speculator
I am from Hong Kong and the only brand I would use is either Panasonic or Hitachi.


Any reason? Have you tried all others and every Panasonic and Hitachi?

You sound a little like a rice cooker fan-boi!
#17
''Sorry this code is invalid'' ... think i'm gonna order one anyway though. good stuff. thanks!!
#18
Hmm good deal - but getting invalid code when I try to use it.
#19
Yep invalid code as well!
#20
simonspeakeasy
Rice cookers are superb! I understand Timbellina's point, but rice cookers are not like woks & those ****** Foreman grills; they really are worth having. They cook the rice perfectly AND keep it hot.
Hot. The deal, as well as the rice :-)


Erm - woks are not useful?!
I'd argue that my wok is pretty useful...just like to the other 1.4 billion other chinese people on the planet would!
#21
[email protected];3696252
Any reason? Have you tried all others and every Panasonic and Hitachi?

You sound a little like a rice cooker fan-boi!

They are cheap, reliable, and the most popular brands in Hong Kong.
It seems most rice cookers on sale in the UK are at least 10 years behind Asia technology wise.
1 Like #22
Nice deal, but where can you get digital rice from?
#23
qpan
Erm - woks are not useful?!
I'd argue that my wok is pretty useful...just like to the other 1.4 billion other chinese people on the planet would!


The shape of the wok is so useful for stir-fry, lets you push the stuff aound but food doesn't come over the sides easily. I use my wok lots, had to go to the ends of the earth to get a good one for induction hob though.
#24
Does anyone know how many servings the capacity of 1.5 litres would offer? For 2, 3 or more?
#25
I never collect enough coupons/stamps to qualify for a cooker. I think you need to buy at least HK$30,000 worth of groceries to get enough stamps for the cooker.
To be honest, I wouldn't want one even for free, now that you've told me they were giving this away at Wellcome supermarket.
I was in TKmaxx Hatfield recently and saw some woks that they were giving for free at Wellcome!!
#26
Literally HOT!!! needed one - thanks ordered.
#27
androoski;3696662
The shape of the wok is so useful for stir-fry, lets you push the stuff aound but food doesn't come over the sides easily. I use my wok lots, had to go to the ends of the earth to get a good one for induction hob though.

I use a cast iron one on my induction hob and I love it. I know its not the conventional lightening speed heat up of the wok but once its really hot I can just keep chucking stuff in and back out again like a production line when I'm doing stir fry's for a number of people.
With induction you can't do the usual pick the pan up and shake it around as once contact is lost you start losing heat. I threw away my steel one in favour of the cast iron.
I think cast iron is overlooked for induction hobs.
#28
voucher worked as well for me. thanks
#29
For those having trouble getting the voucher to work, try using Firefox instead of IE. This worked for me. :thumbsup:
#30
code worked fine for me too...(firefox)
#31
hi'
i'hv just ordered it by phone for £17.61
getting it tomorrow.(wow next day free delivery)
Free Standard Delivery: Delivered usually Within 7-10 Days
Thank u
#32
code worked for me and in internet explorer!! all seems a bit random
#33
Does anyone know if this has a delay timer? I would like to know if I can set a time for it to start cooking.

Thank you and Merry Christmas!
#34
seems like it's sold out now
#35
KiNG_AuM
hi'
i'hv just ordered it by phone for £17.61
getting it tomorrow.(wow next day free delivery)
Free Standard Delivery: Delivered usually Within 7-10 Days
Thank u


i'hv got mine already.
ty:thumbsup::whistling:
#36
Received too... 7-10 day delivery paid £15 total! :)
#37
got mine yest - bigger then i expected but looks good though!

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