Agbay!

Decorating By funpets Updated 30 Jul 2011 , 1:11pm by LisaPeps

funpets Posted 29 Jul 2011 , 7:14pm
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am trying to buy the much talked about cake leveler,my only issue is that i dont know which one and where can i go to compare prices and faster delivery.if you own one,your comment will be highly appreciated.thank you!

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caked4life Posted 29 Jul 2011 , 7:30pm
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am trying to buy the much talked about cake leveler,my only issue is that i dont know which one and where can i go to compare prices and faster delivery.if you own one,your comment will be highly appreciated.thank you!




Hi FunPets...

This is the website: www. agbayproducts. com(remove the spaces)
I own the double blade, but had I ordered the single blade, I would have been just as happy. It is a great tool and I truly enjoy it!

HTH

Torimomma Posted 29 Jul 2011 , 7:30pm
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If you are making cakes smaller than 12" I'd go with the cheapie Wilton one. It works great for me and costs about $3.

GuiltyPleasures Posted 30 Jul 2011 , 6:47am
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I love mine. It would be the very last of my cake things that I would ever part with. I have the single blade and it works just fine for my purposes. I called Maureen and spoke to her in depth before I made my purchase. She actually told me that for my purposes she would recommend the single blade (especially because you can always buy the piece for the second one later). I was ready to buy the double blade but she thought the single would work for me and she was right. I was very impressed; who suggests that their customers buy less? I would say call her up and talk to her, she will give you an honest opinion. She is great to work with.

LisaPeps Posted 30 Jul 2011 , 8:54am
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Originally Posted by Torimomma

If you are making cakes smaller than 12" I'd go with the cheapie Wilton one. It works great for me and costs about $3.




I wouldnt advise this! Comparing the Wilton leveller to the Agbay is like comparing $200 bottle of champagne to a $3 bottle of cheap plunk.

As far as I am aware, Maureen is the main distributor of the Agbay except for the two others listed in this thread http://CakeCentral.com/modules.php?name=Forums&file=viewtopic&p=7171157#7171157 though I doubt they would be cheaper, they might be faster though.

I am a hobby baker, I had the Wilton leveller and it was a pile of crap. I actually stopped using it and used the toothpicks and dental floss method instead. I then got the Agbay and I wouldn't give it up, ever, period! I'd rescue it from a burning building lol!

jdconcc Posted 30 Jul 2011 , 9:14am
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I live in the UK so had to have one imported from Maureen in the States so it cost me even more but so worth it. Fabulous product, fabulous service from Maureen at Agbay and like the op I would rescue it from a burning building icon_biggrin.gif

funpets Posted 30 Jul 2011 , 9:37am
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Originally Posted by LisaPeps

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Originally Posted by Torimomma

If you are making cakes smaller than 12" I'd go with the cheapie Wilton one. It works great for me and costs about $3.



I wouldnt advise this! Comparing the Wilton leveller to the Agbay is like comparing $200 bottle of champagne to a $3 bottle of cheap plunk.

As far as I am aware, Maureen is the main distributor of the Agbay except for the two others listed in this thread http://CakeCentral.com/modules.php?name=Forums&file=viewtopic&p=7171157#7171157 though I doubt they would be cheaper, they might be faster though.

I am a hobby baker, I had the Wilton leveller and it was a pile of crap. I actually stopped using it and used the toothpicks and dental floss method instead. I then got the Agbay and I wouldn't give it up, ever, period! I'd rescue it from a burning building lol!


am lol so hard!thanks guys,who is maureen?

LisaPeps Posted 30 Jul 2011 , 1:11pm
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Maureen and her husband Tony own Agbay Products.

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