All Rice Maker Reviews


Aroma 6 Cup Rice Maker

Aroma 6 Cup Rice Maker

The Cool Touch Rice Maker by Aroma holds up to 6 cups of uncooked rice (making up to 12 cups cooked). It is a popular mid-range rice cooker making enough rice for small to large families.


Aroma 8 Cup Rie Maker

Aroma 8 Cup Rice Maker

This 8-Cup (uncooked, 16-cup cooked) Rice Maker by Aroma is the best-selling rice cooker on Amazon. The reason why it is so popular amongst rice lovers is that it is affordable and easy to use.


Black & Decker 3 Cup Rice Maker

Black & Decker 3 Cup Rice Maker

The Black & Decker 3 cup (3 uncooked – 6 cups cooked) Rice Maker is a very popular option for a good reason – it is very inexpensive.



Black & Decker 7 Cup Rice Maker

The Black & Decker 7 Cup (uncooked, 16 cup cooked) Rice Maker is very affordable and useful for making large amounts of rice.


Miracle 8 Cup Rice Maker

Miracle 8 Cup Rice Maker

The Stainless Steel Rice Maker by Miracle is another popular choice for rice lovers. It comes with a stainless steel bowl and a vegetable steamer.


Oster 3 Cup Rice Maker

Oster 3 Cup Rice Maker

The Oster 3 Cup (uncooked, 6 cup cooked) rice maker is one of the least expensive rice cookers available on the market today. It is the second lowest priced item on this site – with Black & Decker 3 Cup Rice Maker being the cheapest.


Panasonic 3.3 Cup Rice Maker

Panasonic 3 1/3 Cup Rice Maker

The Panasonic 3.3 Cup (uncooked, 6 cups cooked) rice maker is another affordable entry level rice cooker. Capable of making up to 6 cups of cooked rice, this model is good for singles, students and smaller families who are on a budget.


Progressive Microwaveable 6 Cup Rice Maker

Progressive Microwaveable 6 Cup Rice Maker

The Progressive 6 Cup (uncooked, 12 cups cooked) rice maker is unique in that it is microwaveable! Perfect for the college student on a budget and limited space.


Sanyo 5.5 Electric Rice Maker

Sanyo 5 1/2 Cup Electric Rice Maker

The Sanyo 5 1/2 Cup (uncooked, 11 cooked) Electric Rice Cooker & Steamer is a basic level rice maker. Basic means that it’s a machine that you put in rice and press a button and it’ll cook it.


Sanyo 5.5 Micom Rice Maker

Sanyo 5 1/2 Cup Micom Rice Maker

The 5 1/2 Cup (uncooked, 11 cooked) Micro-computer Rice & Slow Cooker by Sanyo is one of the better rice makers on the market today. Using the advanced Micom “Fuzzy Logic Technology,” this machine is able to make adjustments to time and heat each time you cook rice to make sure it turns out perfectly.


Sanyo 10 Cup Micom Rice Maker

Sanyo 10 Cup Micom Rice Maker

The Sanyo 10 cup (uncooked, 20 cup cooked) micro-computerized stainless steel rice maker is affordable and versatile. This model is perfect for large parties and big families.


Zojirushi 3 Cup Micom Rice Maker

Zojirushi 3 Cup Micom Rice Maker

The Zojirushi Micom Rice Maker & Warmer is a very popular option for individuals or small family households. It is consistently one of the best selling rice makers available on the market today.


Zojirushi 5 1/2 Micom Rice Maker

Zojirushi 5 1/2 Micom Rice Maker

The Zojirushi Micom Rice Maker & Warmer is a very popular option for individuals or small family households. It is consistently one of the best selling rice makers available on the market today.


Zojirushi 5.5 Neuro Fuzzy Rice Maker

Zojirushi 5 1/2 Neuro Fuzzy Rice Maker

The Zojirushi 5 1/2 cup (uncooked, 11 cooked) rice maker is one of the best you can buy. It is also consistently in the top 5 best-seller lists of rice makers sold.


Zojirushi 5.5 Induction Heat Rice Maker

Zojirushi 5 1/2 Cup Induction Heat Rice Maker

This Zojirushi 5 1/2 cup (uncooked, 10 cooked) rice maker is one of the higher end rice cooker you can buy. This model uses a unique induction heating system, which is a step up from Zojirushi’s micron models.


Zojirushi 10 Cup Induction Heat Rice Maker

Zojirushi 10 Cup Induction Heat Rice Maker

This Zojirushi 10 cup (uncooked, 20 cooked) rice maker is one of the higher end rice cooker you can buy. This model uses a unique induction heating system, which is a step up from Zojirushi’s micron models.