Cake Levelor

Baking By caymanancy Updated 26 Aug 2015 , 9:00am by Claire138

caymanancy Posted 25 Aug 2015 , 12:25pm
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Looking for the best cake levelor  can't seem to find an easy one Any suggestions?

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Shockolata Posted 25 Aug 2015 , 12:30pm
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Depends where you are in the world and how much you can afford.


caymanancy Posted 25 Aug 2015 , 12:34pm
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Can order online from anywhere I am not a professional Baker with my own store but if it makes me happy  skies the limit


Shockolata Posted 25 Aug 2015 , 12:37pm
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http://www.amazon.co.uk/Tala-10A10188-Cake-Leveller/dp/B00PAY3MZQ/ref=sr_1_11?ie=UTF8&qid=1440506129&sr=8-11&keywords=cake+leveller


This is a good one because it has numbers in the spaces which saves you from counting.


If you find one with a saw like edge will be even better but they are professional, huge and expensive.

cake-o-holic Posted 25 Aug 2015 , 12:58pm
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Agbay all the way.  I've used the Wilton one and nothing beats the Agbay.  If you get the double blade leveller, you can cut your layers all at once.  Its expensive, but totally worth it.

caymanancy Posted 25 Aug 2015 , 12:58pm
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Thank You Shockalata

Snowflakebunny23 Posted 25 Aug 2015 , 1:02pm
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Agbay.  I bought mine as an ex-display and it was still around £150 but worth every single penny. 

x

caymanancy Posted 25 Aug 2015 , 1:40pm
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thank you


Apti Posted 25 Aug 2015 , 8:29pm
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AGBAY. 


Nothing else will even come close, especially since you stated that "if it makes me happy, skies the limit". 

I'm a hobby baker and dithered for 3 years because "it was so expensive".  I was an idiot.

I spent so much money on crappie doo-dads, flavorings, assorted cake products I could have purchased an Agbay 3 times over in those 3 years if I'd possessed any brain cells. 


krye1025 Posted 25 Aug 2015 , 9:57pm
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I find that a serrated knife works just fine. 

Apti Posted 26 Aug 2015 , 4:37am
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krye1025, tried serrated knife for 3 years.  Although I ended up coming "darn close", it was never "perfect".  I wanted "perfect". 

Claire138 Posted 26 Aug 2015 , 9:00am
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Agbay, I bought one at the Birmingham show 2 years ago and my only regret is that I didn't buy it earlier. Just a note of warning, be very, very careful. It is extremely sharp (I've had to have stiches).

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