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Rolling Pin needs to be longer!
I love this idea for a rolling pin it just should be longer. When rolling a crust for a 9" pie the thickness washers on the end roll over the crust leaving dents in the crust. If it were longer it could roll a bigger crust but because of the current length it works best on a small crust. Remember a crust for a 9" pie pan is actually bigger than 9" because of the depth of the pie plate.20 of 21 users found this helpful. Was it helpful to you? Yes | No Report Violation »
adjustable rolling pin
Easiest way to roll out cookie dough, now I don't have to guess at the height of the dough. Just love it6 of 6 users found this helpful. Was it helpful to you? Yes | No Report Violation »
Like the rolling pin, but would perfer it more if it had handles to help with the rolling.4 of 4 users found this helpful. Was it helpful to you? Yes | No Report Violation »
A fantastic product
What an absolutely fantastic idea. I'd long tried to figure out a way to get a consistent thickness with my cookie dough. The adjustable rolling pin did the trick!3 of 3 users found this helpful. Was it helpful to you? Yes | No Report Violation »
Adjustable height rolling pin
This replaces a set of rubber bands that were supposed to be placed over the ends of your current rolling pin. The rubber bands were exceptionally difficult to install and I do not ever remember using the rubber bands to make any pastry. We do a lot of baking. This adjustable rolling pin is nice. There are three plastic discs on each end of the rolling pin that you add or remove to create the desired height off the surface. The discs are held on by a plastic bolt that fits into a plastic assembly, in each end of the rolling pin. While the key part of this rolling pin is made of plastic, it seems sturdy. I anticipate that this will be the only adjustable rolling pin I will ever need. You can also use the wooden rolling pin without the height adjustment. The dimension markings on the wooden rolling pin are quite faint. Someday I may darken the markings I use most often with a permanent marker.3 of 3 users found this helpful. Was it helpful to you? Yes | No Report Violation »