Comfee’ Rice Cooker Review: Cooking Rice Made Comfortable

To begin with, is the name of the company Comfee or Comfee’? I suppose the apostrophe in the name Comfee’ denotes that the word is contracted. I guess calling these kitchen appliances by the name Comfortable would be uncomfortable.

Be that as it may, I am here to review Comfee’ rice cookers, not to be critical about the brand name. In this Comfee’ rice cooker review, I will begin with the smallest 8-cup cooked rice capacity cooker, and finish with the Comfee’ Japanese-style rice cooker with fuzzy logic technology.

Comfee’ CRS2010BS Rice Cooker With 8-Cup Cooked Capacity

Comfee' CRS2010BS

The Comfee’ CRS2010BS is a 2-quart rice cooker with an 8-cup uncooked rice capacity. Putting it differently, it has a 4-cup uncooked rice capacity. Its compact design saves space, perfect for small meals or side dishes. The stainless steel exterior wipes clean easily, while the nonstick inner pot is dishwasher safe for easy cleaning.

This programmable rice cooker has six one-touch cooking functions: white rice, brown rice, steam, slow cook, quinoa, and oatmeal. It also features a 12-hour delay start. When cooking is complete, it automatically switches to a keep warm setting.

In summary, the six digital programs allow you to prepare a variety of simple meals. As a basic digital rice cooker, the Comfee’ CRS2010BS is a popular, affordable option (check price on Amazon – paid link).

Comfee’ CRS5010BS Rice Cooker With 20-Cup Cooked Capacity

Comfee' CRS5010BS

The Comfee’ CRS5010BS rice cooker has a stainless steel exterior housing and a nonstick inner cooking pot that is easy to wipe clean. Its control panel is easy to read and includes a 12-hour delay start timer.

The sizable nonstick inner pot can hold up to 20 cups of cooked rice, or about 5.2 quarts/5 liters. Once cooking is finished, the rice cooker automatically switches to a 12-hour keep warm mode.

I appreciate the Comfee’ CRS5010BS for its versatility, value, and easy clean-up. This versatile appliance can cook more than just rice with its White Rice, Oatmeal, Steam, Brown Rice, Quinoa, Sauté, and Soup/Stew functions. The non-stick inner pot also allows for quick clean-up after use.

For an affordable price, this 20-cup cooked rice cooker goes beyond cooking just rice to become a versatile kitchen appliance (buy it on Amazon – paid link).

Comfee’ MB-M25 Rice Cooker With 5-Liter Capacity

Comfee' MB-M25

While the Comfee’ MB-M25 is more of a digital multi-cooker than a dedicated rice cooker, I should mention it in this review because it does have rice cooking functionality. This model can hold up to 20 cups of cooked rice, or about 10 cups of uncooked rice with a 5.2 quart or 5 liter capacity.

The MB-M25 has several cooking functions beyond just rice, including: Quick Rice, White Rice, Brown Rice, Oatmeal, Chili, Pasta, Soup, Stew, Slow Cook, Sauté, Steam, and a DIY mode that can be used for things like yogurt or cake. It also has a 12-hour keep warm function and a 24-hour delay timer.

In summary, the Comfee’ MB-M25 is a large, versatile multi-cooker with multiple cooking functions, including rice cooking, at an affordable price point. Click here for current price on Amazon (paid link).

Comfee’ MB-FS5077 Rice Cooker With Fuzzy Logic Technology

Comfee' MB-FS5077 with Fuzzy Logic Technology

The Comfee’ MB-FS5077 is a Japanese-style fuzzy logic rice cooker with a 20-cup cooked rice capacity (10 cups uncooked). The Comfee’ MB-FS5077 offers a total of 11 cooking programs including Yogurt, Oatmeal, Steam, and Pasta. In particular, it has three preset buttons for Browning/Sauté, Rice, and Slow Cook modes.

The fuzzy logic technology allows for multistep cooking to optimally control heat and steam for fluffy, flavorful rice. A keep warm function holds rice warm and ready to serve for up to 12 hours, and a delay timer is programmable up to 24 hours.

Although cooking rice with this fuzzy logic rice cooker may take nearly twice as long when compared to a basic rice cooker, the Comfee’ MB-FS5077 is an affordable, durable, and easy to clean Japanese-style digital rice cooker (shop now on Amazon – paid link).


In conclusion, Comfee’ rice cookers seem to be able to cook rice and other dishes very comfortably, allowing you to prepare meals with greater comfort. I mean, what else is there to say about these rice cookers? They are similar to most of the other cheap digital rice cookers, such as these Hamilton Beach rice cookers.

Then again, the Japanese-style Comfee’ MB-FS5077 is an affordable fuzzy logic rice cooker which cooks rice very nicely (if a little slowly), and it should be worth a second look. The only thing that still makes me feel uncomfortable is that damn apostrophe at the end of the Comfee’ brand name.