Ball Tool-- Who Has The Best One???

Decorating By Benzy55 Updated 22 Aug 2014 , 5:33am by LeanneW

Benzy55 Posted 21 Aug 2014 , 1:28pm
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A[SIZE=4][/SIZE] Does anyone have a metal [B][SIZE=5][/SIZE][/B]ball tool they really love? One that is sturdy and really worth the money you paid for it? Collette Peters ? John Rosselle? Mercedes ?

Thanks!! :) Bren

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gscout73 Posted 21 Aug 2014 , 2:26pm
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I found ball tools marketed for fondant and cake decorating were priced higher than the same tools marketed for clay. So I purchased a set in the clay isle at Michael's and I love them.

cupadeecakes Posted 21 Aug 2014 , 3:19pm
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Collette's ball tool is the metal one, right?  I have several ball tools, but the metal one is my favorite.  It just doesn't stick or drag like the plastic ones. 

LeanneW Posted 22 Aug 2014 , 5:33am
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The James Rosselle ball tool set are the best ball tools I have ever used. Before I used it I thought a ball tool was just a ball tool. mostly I had used plastic ball tools before. I love that the James Rosselle set comes with diff sizes, but the best thing about them is how they feel in your hand. It is noticeably comfortable. They are perfectly weighted and balanced, like they almost work themselves.

 

Maybe I am overly excited about James' ball tools but once you try it you'll know what I am talking about.

 

I have also used Colette's and it's great too, but feels a bit like the handle is too light for the weight of the balls, I think the handle of the Colette ball tool is hollow, which I guess may be preferable for some people.

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