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Tefal Rk302e15 8-in-1 Cooker - Slow Cooker, Steamer, Rice Cooker, Porridge Maker (2012 Model)£44.99 Amazon
Tefal Rk302e15 8-in-1 Cooker - Slow Cooker, Steamer, Rice Cooker, Porridge Maker (2012 Model)£44.99 Amazon

Tefal Rk302e15 8-in-1 Cooker - Slow Cooker, Steamer, Rice Cooker, Porridge Maker (2012 Model)£44.99 Amazon

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Good price, voted hot.

Why don't Panasonic or Hitachi sell their rice cookers in the UK?

UK rice cooker tech is at least 20yrs behind Asia.
Edited by: "Speculator" 11th Jan 2015

Same price at Asda which would make it the same with a price match at JL with 2yrs warranty.

Good slow cooker, but I just cannot get the right time or water for cooking wild rice or brown rice for 2 people, the instructions only give details for much larger amounts, that was the only disappointing thing about this.

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meherenow

Good slow cooker, but I just cannot get the right time or water for … Good slow cooker, but I just cannot get the right time or water for cooking wild rice or brown rice for 2 people, the instructions only give details for much larger amounts, that was the only disappointing thing about this.



Afraid I had a similar problem and only trial and error worked. I eventually worked out the perfect amount of water etc

meherenow

Good slow cooker, but I just cannot get the right time or water for … Good slow cooker, but I just cannot get the right time or water for cooking wild rice or brown rice for 2 people, the instructions only give details for much larger amounts, that was the only disappointing thing about this.



Not a professional chef, but I do cook rice almost everyday. I have found using the same amount of water as rice (by volume) gives good results, I have tried this on various different types of rice cookers and cant go wrong with that ratio. Hope this helps

ray_54321

Not a professional chef, but I do cook rice almost everyday. I have found … Not a professional chef, but I do cook rice almost everyday. I have found using the same amount of water as rice (by volume) gives good results, I have tried this on various different types of rice cookers and cant go wrong with that ratio. Hope this helps



Absolutely correct

Speculator

UK rice cooker tech is at least 20yrs behind Asia.



can't agree more. I had to bring mine from Hong Kong. I guess there isn't a big enough market for it.

ymmf

can't agree more. I had to bring mine from Hong Kong. I guess there … can't agree more. I had to bring mine from Hong Kong. I guess there isn't a big enough market for it.



I bring mine from HK too. I return every other year (going again in July for 45days) and get mine from Electrictung. I buy all my electrical appliances from them, fridge freezers/ washing m/cs, air cons etc. My Hitachi fridge freezer for example was over HK$1000 cheaper than Fortress!

First visit price.com.hk and find the cheapest price. Next ring Electrictung and they 9 times out of 10 will beat the price.

My current rice cooker is this one.

http://srv-live.lazada.com.my/p/image-956834-1-product.jpg



Edited by: "Speculator" 12th Jan 2015

Speculator

I bring mine from HK too. I return every other year (going again in July … I bring mine from HK too. I return every other year (going again in July for 45days) and get mine from Electrictung. I buy all my electrical appliances from them, fridge freezers/ washing m/cs, air cons etc. My Hitachi fridge freezer for example was over HK$1000 cheaper than Fortress! First visit price.com.hk and find the cheapest price. Next ring Electrictung and they 9 times out of 10 will beat the price.My current rice cooker is this one.


What is that model you have linked. does that have smartphone control for delayed cooking for remote switch on

bubblesmoney

What is that model you have linked. does that have smartphone control for … What is that model you have linked. does that have smartphone control for delayed cooking for remote switch on



No, it's just a plain Fuzzy Logic one.

ray_54321

Not a professional chef, but I do cook rice almost everyday. I have found … Not a professional chef, but I do cook rice almost everyday. I have found using the same amount of water as rice (by volume) gives good results, I have tried this on various different types of rice cookers and cant go wrong with that ratio. Hope this helps




Nice one, I will try that, only thing is that this cooker doesn't let you set a specific time, it just has set times for different types of rice, a bit annoying to say the least.

Speculator

can't agree more. I had to bring mine from Hong Kong. I guess there … can't agree more. I had to bring mine from Hong Kong. I guess there isn't a big enough market for it.



I bring mine from HK too. I return every other year (going again in July for 45days) and get mine from Electrictung. I buy all my electrical appliances from them, fridge freezers/ washing m/cs, air cons etc. My Hitachi fridge freezer for example was over HK$1000 cheaper than Fortress!

First visit price.com.hk and find the cheapest price. Next ring Electrictung and they 9 times out of 10 will beat the price.

My current rice cooker is this one.

http://srv-live.lazada.com.my/p/image-956834-1-product.jpg



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Thanks for the tip, I'll try that next time in back. Is it an actual store or is it online only? I find fortress expensive but not sure if that's just the sha tin store

Speculator

No, it's just a plain Fuzzy Logic one.


Although i think needing a rice cooker for cooking rice is a waste of time as its easy to make rice on the hob or microwave or pressure cooker or rice cooker or even an open fire (having done all of them including parboiled rice etc).

But I did by a electric pressure cooker for cooking other stuff (making rice is just one feature which i probably wont use in this machine although i have rice every day!) more for convenience of not needing to adjust heat to control pressure and just put the timer on and sit on the sofa for the rest of the time. I got this amazon.co.uk/Ins…4K/ The bluetooth version isnt in the UK or EU yet and I am informed that the USA bluetooth version although released just a couple of months ago, is getting product updates and hence delayed release in the rest of the world.
Edited by: "bubblesmoney" 28th Jan 2015

compared to Galanz 5L, which is better? And does both have delay timers?
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