Panasonic Introduces SR-DF101 and SR-DF181 One-Touch Cooking Rice Cookers
Panasonic today introduced the new SR-DF101 and SR-DF181 Rice Cookers with Microcomputer Fuzzy Logic technology. The new rice cooker models join Panasonic’s 2012 lineup of home appliance products and offer users effortless one-touch cooking through a seamless user interface and sleek product design.
The Panasonic SR-DF101, five-cup capacity model, and SR-DF181, ten-cup capacity model, boast advanced Fuzzy Logic technology, which automatically adjusts power and cooking time based on pre-set menu items. Six menu choices provide users with the opportunity to choose from cooking white rice, brown rice, soup or porridge or quick cook or steam (a steaming basket is included) a variety of other items, like vegetables or dumplings. A Keep Warm function is ideal when a user needs an extra few minutes to set the dinner table, and wants to keep their meal warm without worrying about overcooking.
The Panasonic SR-DF101 and SR-DF181 Rice Cookers feature an attractive, compact design that easily fits onto the kitchen counter without taking up essential space. The front of the Rice Cookers feature a large, easy-to-read slanted menu panel which features four illustrated menu buttons, making one-touch cooking as easy as possible.
“With the new SR-DF101 and SR-DF181 Rice Cookers, Panasonic is taking the ‘simple cooking’ concept to an entirely new level,” said Nicholas Monaco, Product Manager, Small Appliances, Panasonic Consumer Marketing Company of North America. “With one push operation, these new rice cookers offer the easiest operation yet. Plus, with the help of advanced fuzzy logic technology, a user can prepare a perfect meal every time, without worrying about over-or under-cooking food.”
“With the new SR-DF101 and SR-DF181 Rice Cookers, Panasonic is taking the ‘simple cooking’ concept to an entirely new level,”
Both the Panasonic SR-DF101 and SR-DF181 Rice Cookers have earned the Good Housekeeping Seal. Since 1909, the prestigious Seal has been granted to products that have been submitted for and passed a rigorous evaluation by the Good Housekeeping Research Institute. As part of Good Housekeeping’s Consumers' Policy, if a product receiving the Seal proves to be defective within two years from the date it was first sold to a consumer by an authorized retailer, Good Housekeeping will replace, repair the product or refund the purchase price.
The Panasonic SR-DF101 and SR-DF181 Rice Cookers will be available for purchase at various retail locations and online in October, for an SRP of $89.95 and $99.95, respectively.
- Jan 4, 2017
Panasonic Countertop Induction Oven Selected As CES 2017 Innovation Award HonoreePanasonic announced today the world's first Countertop Induction Oven (CIO) was selected as a CES 2017 Innovation Award Honoree. The revolutionary Panasonic Countertop Induction Oven combines proprietary induction and double-infrared heating technologies for delicious food and healthy cooking options in minutes...
- Jan 5, 2015
Panasonic Debuts Cyclonic-Wave Microwave Oven LinePanasonic announced today the debut of its Cyclonic Wave Microwave Oven line at the 2015 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES). Panasonic Cyclonic-Wave Microwave Ovens deliver microwave energy gently and evenly in a three dimensional, circular pattern which contacts all food evenly, regardless of food shape and size, for remarkably even cooking results...
- May 14, 2013
Panasonic's "Breakfast Collection" To Be Available In JunePanasonic today announced pricing and availability for the company's new Breakfast Collection, a range of small kitchen appliances including a Toaster, Coffee Maker and Kettle. As Panasonic knows that not all bread slices are the same, the Panasonic Toaster is equipped with ultra-wide bread slots to fit even thicker styles of bread or bagels and offers a built-in warming rack, ideal for keeping buns and croissants warm prior to eating...
- Mar 3, 2013
Panasonic Announces NN-SN973S and NN-SN773S Microwave OvensPanasonic announces two new microwave oven models for 2013, the Genius NN-SN973S (2. The new Panasonic NN-SN973S and NN-SN773S Genius Microwaves feature One-Touch Sensor Cook which takes the guess work out of cooking meals in a microwave by automatically adjusting power levels and calculating cooking time (or reheating time with Sensor Reheat) for up to 12 different types of food, allowing a user to cook a meal perfectly with the push of a button...
- Jan 7, 2013
Panasonic Announces "Breakfast Collection" Kitchen Appliances LinePanasonic today announced the Panasonic Breakfast Collection, a new range of small kitchen appliances including a Toaster, Coffee Maker and Kettle. “With our new Breakfast Collection, Panasonic aimed to create functional small kitchen appliances that offered sleek, modern looks for today’s kitchens,” said Nicholas Monaco, Product Manager, Small Appliances, Panasonic Consumer Marketing Company of North America...