Bite_Me Posted 31 Jul 2012 , 7:31am
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Can you recommend a brand of cake tin which is sturdy, well made, and lasts? From experience I've learnt that not all cake tins are born equal!!

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chocolatefudgecakefan Posted 31 Jul 2012 , 12:02pm
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I always use Silverwood tins after trying cheaper ones and having failures.

Pam1976 Posted 31 Jul 2012 , 2:17pm
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I like Magic Line

akaivyleaf Posted 31 Jul 2012 , 5:04pm
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Is a "tin" what others would call a "pan"? I'm partial to Fat Daddio

ibeeflower Posted 31 Jul 2012 , 6:38pm
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If by cake tins you mean cake pans then I recommend Magic Line! Bakes evenly, no humps, and I've never used a heating core or flower nail. icon_smile.gif

Bite_Me Posted 10 Aug 2012 , 7:55am
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Thanks everyone. I'm in the UK so will see if these are availabke here. If not, then my inlaws have a lot of shping to do when they come to California in September!!!

chocolatefudgecakefan Posted 10 Aug 2012 , 11:58am
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If its the silverwood ones you are after they are sold in the UK and also invicta ones are very good, again avail in uk.

sillyoldpoohbear Posted 10 Aug 2012 , 12:11pm
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I agree, if you're in the uk you'd do well to invest in invicta tins. They are a good heavy duty tin & treated well they will last a life time.

Design-a-cake.co.uk are a good site that stocks them. Beware of cheap imitations on places like ebay. They may look the same & say heavy duty but they are not of the same standard.

Bite_Me Posted 10 Aug 2012 , 11:10pm
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Great. i'd been looking at Invicta, so pleased to hear they are good. Thanks

sillyoldpoohbear Posted 11 Aug 2012 , 12:49pm

You're welcome icon_smile.gif

Babbo Posted 13 Aug 2012 , 11:02am

I use the Little Venice Cake Company tins, they havent failed me yet, and are super easy to clean thumbs_up.gif

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