I can assure you I DON"T work for them, but can't say ENOUGH good things about the product. The only downside I have seen so far is that my cakes are heavy (not their fault though lol) so I'm currently purchasing a wheeled cart so I don't have to call ahead and make sure every venue has one. Since my cake is assembled (I have the small/tall box and it's too tall to fit in the back of my mini van) and sits on a sheet of plywood on the front passenger seat, I have the whole BACK of my minivan free..so I'm going to toss a wheeled cart back there so I automatically know that I have one to transfer the cakes with.
Honestly, if you do 3 or 4 cakes a week and can set aside $10 from each sale you'll have saved enough to buy one in no time!! It is made VERY well, and seems expensive until you feel it and realize the quality of the materials it's made with! Not to mention that EVERY time I deliver a 4 tiered cake in it, I'm saving close to $10 in boxes alone for each of those tiers! Also, it's something that I use and reuse for EVERY tiered cake I make/deliver...with the boxes I was tossing them with each order because inevitably I'd rip a side while opening it or get a smudge of icing and it would leave a grease stain or something else would happen to make the boxes look"used" and I couldn't deliver someone's cake in a box that looked like it was old (I'd be totally TO'd if someone did that for a cake I paid $500+ for)
Most people on here could afford one with the proceeds from ONE wedding cake and I tell you, once you get passed the initial nervousness of actually using it, you realize very quickly that it is an ingenious invention, and you'll kick yourself for not getting one sooner!!
I reported on a cake that I transferred recently with the cake safe and I was all set to refund the customer 100% of what they paid for the cake (it was 95+ degrees out and the whole cake was melting and ready to fall apart) I had to deliver it almost a full hour away up and down windy steep hills and did NOT expect the cake to make it.
Once I assembled the cake I shuddered everytime I had to turn it to put on a decoration because the whole thing was like jello and shook tremendously and seemed like it was going to fall over......seriously I was freaking out!!
So I thought.....OK........no better time than the present to drive normal up and down these windy hilly roads with the cake safe, because the cake isn't going to make it there in one piece anyhow! I already settled it in my head that there would be no cake and I had the check filled out (I even added $50 to the cost of the cake because I felt so bad).
Well, much to my surprise as soon as I locked the steel rod down into the bottom of the box (through the cake) the whole cake seemed a LOT more sturdy! I gave the box a shake and sure enough, nothing was moving......interesting!
I put it on the front seat of my van on a sheet of plywood (I propped the wood a bit so it was level on the seat) so I could watch the cake fall apart while I cried.
I made it all the way there and nothing happened to the cake......then I got the wheeled cart from the venue (another reason I want my own) and it had a 2" high lip on 3 sides of the cart, and the 4 side was flat.........well the cake safe base was wider than the cart itself so when I sat it on there half of it was at a 2" incline and the other half was not. So the cake is now tilted at I don't know maybe a 30 degree angle.......I was totally wigging out....this cake was already trying to fall apart when it wasn't tilted!
I wheeled it down a long hall, up an elevator and down another long hall before getting to the cake table. I took it out in under 2 minutes and had it on the table......added brown sugar (sand) around the base and the customer hugged me and said it was "amazing, and better than she ever could have envisioned" as I walked back to my van I tore up the check and laughed to myself thinking, if she only knew LOL
Honestly, without that cake safe the cake NEVER would have made it!!! I'm not even sure if I had assembled it on site if it would have made it, because the icing was SO SOFT and melting and everything was turning to goop! I don't honestly think I could have stacked it without destroying it!
and I promise you.....I do NOT work for them.......though I would be honored to, they run a class A business and are good people and deserve to make what they charge for these boxes IMO. The materials are not cheap that they're using!!