Magic Line Square Pans

Decorating By nglez09 Updated 4 Feb 2007 , 10:30pm by christeena

nglez09 Posted 2 Feb 2007 , 1:50am
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Does anyone know when they'll be in stock again here? I sent a PM but never got a reply. icon_confused.gif

What other places sell them for comparable prices?

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chestercheeto Posted 2 Feb 2007 , 4:38am
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try Sur La Table. i bought some round pans from them and i didn't have to wait for shipping icon_lol.gif

Sugarbunz Posted 2 Feb 2007 , 5:02am
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Oooh oooh ooh! I just bought three different sizes (square) from Sur La Table on Saturday and they were on SALE! They were like 25% off or more.

chestercheeto Posted 2 Feb 2007 , 5:21am
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i hope i haven't missed the sale! the website prices don't look discounted. i'm definitely gonna take a look tomorrow.

adrisss Posted 2 Feb 2007 , 5:37am
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This is a link to ebay where they have square sets, for baking pans,

and this is the store he has on ebay,

maybe you can find something there, and they are in California you would have to wait to long to get them,

good luck!

happy baking!!



SILVERCAT Posted 2 Feb 2007 , 3:34pm
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I just bought a bunch on ebay, just search for "magic Line Cake Pans"

fooby Posted 2 Feb 2007 , 3:36pm
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Just curious, are Magic Line pans better than the Wilton's professional? Is there any special quality these pans have?

Sugarbunz Posted 2 Feb 2007 , 4:51pm
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FYI - the "sale" was actually clearance on several of the items in the store. It wasn't a sale on Magic Line per se - just check back in their clearance section.

Teekakes Posted 2 Feb 2007 , 5:01pm
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I purchased my square magic line pans from the same seller on ebay as listed above. Their website is I actually ordered mine from their website but found them while searching on ebay. I live in SE Texas and got them in 3 days.

Lea icon_smile.gif

nglez09 Posted 2 Feb 2007 , 8:52pm
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Wow, thanks!

I know SLT sells them (and pretty cheap too) but they don't have a selection of square pans.

I found and they sell them almost at 50% off what SLT sells them!

chestercheeto Posted 3 Feb 2007 , 1:11am
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my local SLT has a good selection of square pans. i'm leery of intotheoven after i heard they took some of CC's pictures to use on their own site.

kelleym Posted 3 Feb 2007 , 1:13am
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FYI, IntoTheOven is the site that Jackie and Heath discovered earlier this week had stolen some copyrighted CC images.

southernbelle Posted 3 Feb 2007 , 1:26am
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I am also curious, how to the Magic Line pans compare with Wilton. Right now I have all Wilton pans and really like them. But if Magic Line are better thumbs_up.gif

Chef_Stef Posted 3 Feb 2007 , 1:36am
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I just ordered all squares from cakepans4less online too; shipped today. Can't wait!

What I've noticed as the BIG difference between my ML pans and my Wilton pans (and maybe there are different ones out there, so ymmv) is that the corners and edges on the Wilton I have are NOT perfectly knife-edge square. So when you stack two layers, you have slightly slanting sides and rounded corners and edges. With ML pans you get super-square edges and lines, which translates to super square edges and lines in your icing (well, hypothetically icon_wink.gif )

I'll never, repeat never use my Wilton squares again. ever... bleh In fact they're in the attic.

southernbelle Posted 3 Feb 2007 , 2:18am
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homecook....what about the rounds.....are they better as well? I have so many Wilton pans that I hate to start over replacing them. Have a lot of money invested.

nglez09 Posted 3 Feb 2007 , 6:01am
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That pans for less site sells the ML brand?! Their's is even cheaper than intotheoven.

I'd forgotten about intotheoven. . .little thieves. . . icon_rolleyes.gif

melysa Posted 3 Feb 2007 , 6:15am
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i bought squares and rounds from the cakepans4less, got them quickly, paid "pennies" for them and i love them! with my cheapo pans i need to use bake even strips...with these, i do not. when i got mine, some of them were magic line, others were not marked (the lesser expensive brand nameon the site-cant remember it now) ...but of exact same quality. i got 6 pans for 61$ shipped. WAY better investment!

nglez09 Posted 3 Feb 2007 , 6:22am
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Thanks Melysa. thumbs_up.gif Do you know what sizes are and aren't ML?

melysa Posted 3 Feb 2007 , 6:27am
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Originally Posted by nglez09

Thanks Melysa. thumbs_up.gif Do you know what sizes are and aren't ML?

i think that they have all sizes in magic line and the lesser expensive ones . they are both professional grade alluminum, same really. i actually ordered all the other brand but for some reason they sent one or two of them the ML...guess they were out of the others . to me they bake up the same...look the same...only diff is the name stamp and a few bucks more. anyway...i got a 4" round, 4,6,8,10 &12" square plus a baking core all for 61 including the shipping. great deal.

melysa Posted 3 Feb 2007 , 6:29am
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hey, isnt it past your bedtime young man? ha ha

melysa Posted 3 Feb 2007 , 6:35am
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pssst...(whispering) have you gone to bed?

Chef_Stef Posted 3 Feb 2007 , 8:42pm
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I do have rounds of ML too, and I like them better than Wilton, too, mostly because their sides are super straight--not even a hint of slant (some of my 8" round Wilton are totally slanted--wider at the top). Their edges are very crisp too.

Just a much better pan, I feel...I'll never buy another Wilton pan, though I do use the ones I have, and I LOVE their springform pans.

nglez09 Posted 4 Feb 2007 , 1:54am
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icon_lol.gif Thanks for the info Melysa. And it was pasty my "bed time". Usually it's at ten when my parents start yelling down to get off and I tell them, "I'm almost done!" and spend about half an hour more. shhh.gificon_lol.gif

kelleykakes Posted 4 Feb 2007 , 10:06pm
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I'm not sure if I'm allowed to say this, if not I'm sorry, but I would be willing to part with my new Magic Line square pans. Email me at

christeena Posted 4 Feb 2007 , 10:30pm
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Did you have trouble with your ML square pan discoloring?? My 10x10x2 has discolored something horrible and I have only hand washed it. I hope I can still bake with it! Other than that problem, I LOVE my ML pans!

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