Cake Levelers

Decorating By desfox13 Updated 10 Oct 2014 , 8:46pm by desfox13

desfox13 Posted 9 Oct 2014 , 8:21pm
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I have a cake leveler that I have always disliked, and now the blade is kinda loose and the cakes never come out level any more. I like to tort and fill and I am frustrated. Before I buy another, or try another way, I thought I would ask you lovely people. What do you use? How do you tort your cakes?

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craftybanana Posted 9 Oct 2014 , 8:32pm
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You're going to get a lot of "Agbay" responses, lols. Just look at this post from 3 weeks ago about Cake Levelers: http://www.cakecentral.com/t/779406/cake-levelers

 

and according to this thread, don't buy a wilton one: http://www.cakecentral.com/t/721901/i-just-wasted-20-on-the-ultimate-cake-leveler

 

Frankly, if I'm making a cake (which is rare) I use my large bread knife, lols :)

jgdorothy Posted 9 Oct 2014 , 9:17pm
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Yes, I'm an Agbay believer. They are pricey but heavy duty and you get a good, clean cut every time. After struggling with other brands with flimsy cutting wires, etc. and cutting myself pretty good with a large knife, I broke down and spent the money for the Agbay. Never have regretted it. If you tort a lot of cakes, it is well worth the investment.

 

I like knowing that my customers cut into their cake and all the layers are beautifully even.

Marielijah Posted 9 Oct 2014 , 10:26pm
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Definitely the Agbay...  Best money you'll ever spend, next to your Kitchenaid... :)

klan30 Posted 10 Oct 2014 , 8:18pm
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Agbay!

desfox13 Posted 10 Oct 2014 , 8:46pm
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Thank you all SOOOO much! I must admit that I gulped a bit when I saw the price of the Agbay, but good tools ARE expensive. I have the Wilson Ultimate and it stinks. I´ve been working with it for over 3 years and it dips in the middle something terrible! I´ve been supplementing with an old thin bread knife, but the handle broke last week, boo hoo! Looks like I need to tighten up the old belt and not be so cheap, lol!

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