Cost Of Magic Line Pans!!!

Business By peekaboocupcake Updated 6 Aug 2013 , 10:37pm by darkchocolate

peekaboocupcake Posted 6 Aug 2013 , 8:02pm
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ACan someone take a look at these prices and tell me if it is a good deal?

http://www.cheftools.com/All-Magic-Line-Products/products/880/

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BatterUpCake Posted 6 Aug 2013 , 8:14pm
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Can you google them or compare using Amazon?

BatterUpCake Posted 6 Aug 2013 , 8:16pm
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And keep in mind shipping costs when comparison shopping

therealmrsriley Posted 6 Aug 2013 , 8:20pm
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A good deal will just depend on who's making the purchase. :) I will say these Magic Line pans are great and I think the prices here are reasonable. I didn't look at how much shipping was. I've purchased a set of three square new Magic Line pans (6, 9 and 12 I believe) for about $36 on Amazon. I thought that was a deal.

peekaboocupcake Posted 6 Aug 2013 , 8:22pm
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AThnx al!! I'll keep that in mind!

darkchocolate Posted 6 Aug 2013 , 10:10pm
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I was very happy with the prices and service from Global Sugar Art a couple of weeks ago. I just bought the 7" and 9" round 2" high pans.  I know have the 4"-10" round pans from Magic Line.

 

http://www.globalsugarart.com/magic-line-pans-round-cake-pans-c-1103_1105.html

 

P.S.  I also want to put a plug in for the SPS system.  I bought it and used it last week-end.  I am so glad I bought the SPS system. I love it!  I ordered from Global Sugar Art because their Magic Lines pans were cheaper, but the SPS was higher than the SPS at Oasis Cake and Candy Supply.  I figured the cost and shipping with both places and identical items and came out better ordering from GSA.

peekaboocupcake Posted 6 Aug 2013 , 10:29pm
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ADon't mean to sound dumb, but I am new to the cake biz. What is SPS?.

darkchocolate Posted 6 Aug 2013 , 10:37pm
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Originally Posted by peekaboocupcake 

Don't mean to sound dumb, but I am new to the cake biz. What is SPS?.

A wonderful system that helps stabilize your tiered cakes when traveling with them.  It was designed for bakeries who don't deliver and the customer has to pick the cake up from them.  It helped me when I stacked my top tier onto the bottom for it to be level or even.  When I cut straws or dowels, I never could get them identical.

 

Below is one of many post/threads that will help you understand it more.

 

 

http://cakecentral.com/t/603925/sps-instructions

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