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Joseph Joseph - Rodillo Ajustable , Color Berenjena

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  • 3 tamaños de disco distintos: 2 mm, 6 mm y 10 mm
  • Guía medidora para el ancho de la masa
  • Madera: lavar a mano y aplicar aceite con frecuencia/ Discos: aptos para lavavajillas
  • Composición del producto: 80 % madera (haya), 10 % polipropileno, 10 % ABS
  • Medidas: 41 x 7 x 7 cm

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  • Dimensiones del producto: 45,7 x 7,1 x 7,1 cm ; 567 g
  • Número de modelo del producto: 20081
  • ASIN: B006BSBQJ4
  • Fecha de disponibilidad en Amazon: 3 de diciembre de 2012
  • Valoración media de los clientes: 4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas  Ver todas las opiniones (1 opinión de cliente)
  • Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº390.241 en Hogar (Ver el Top 100 en Hogar)

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Joseph Joseph

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2.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Function should come before brand recognition! 20 de junio de 2011
Por Dawn Schlosser - Publicado en
Formato: Cocina
I've had it for a year or so, and I do a LOT of baking, (almost everything my family eats I make from scratch) so it's been well used...

I really wanted to love this pin, it looked both elegant and novel on the shelf at the store. I liked that it came with handy discs to take the guesstimation out of rolling thicknesses, but as many previous reviewers have pointed out, the jump from 1/16th to 1/4" is HUGE, and in between sizes are needed if it is to be worth the money specifically for this feature.
And if you're not buying it specifically for that one feature, there's not much reason to buy it! I should also add that my discs never sat perfectly centered on the pin, which was an annoyance, though a fairly minor one given that I decided the discs were useless pretty early on.

Having a straight pin (rather than curved like a french pin) with wider ends once the discs are on, makes it more difficult to keep the edges of your dough from splitting, and more difficult to maneuver the dough in general because it greatly limits the angle at which you can hold the pin to the dough. Those "handy" discs get in the way. But this is not its worst flaw.

This rolling pin has the name josephjoseph etched deeply into the wood right in the middle of the pin. You can see it in the picture. If you are working with even a slightly sticky dough, flour all you want, those stupid indentations always pick up dough and stick. And I've got to tell you, it isn't much fun scrubbing out all of those little grooves either. Seriously, name placement needs to happen with function and common sense in mind - now all I associate their brand name with is pure frustration because I paid so much for something that was obviously designed to sell rather than function.

I still have my pin, it still looks lovely, but I'm throwing in the towel and just buying a nice, simple, french rolling pin. I would have earlier, but I've been too embarrassed to set aside my pride and admit my mistake in purchasing this. I was wooed by novelty.

EDITED TO ADD: It occurs to me that perhaps the sticking in the etching was patly because I am baking Gluten Free and therefore was using stickier than average doughs. If you are baking well-floured normal gluten doughs, you might not experience this? Either way, I have long since replaced this with a simple French rolling pin and even just for the increased ease of shaping the dough and not splitting the edges, I vastly prefer the simpler pin.
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3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Oh for a 1/8" disc! 30 de diciembre de 2010
Por Lizzie Feeny - Publicado en
Formato: Cocina Compra verificada
I liked the idea of being able to control the thickness of the pastry when rolling it out and it is a good concept except for the sizes of the discs which come with this rolling pin. 3/8", 1/4" and 1/16" are what you get and after using this pin for various holiday baking, I find myself crying out for a 1/8' disc. The 1/4" rolls out too thick. The 1/16" rolls way too thin. I tried stretching onto the 1/16" disc one of those 1/16" elastic bands for conventional rolling pins but the bevel on the disc won't allow the band to stay on. I bought 2 metal discs at the hardware store which came close to a 1/8" rolled thickness but the center hole is too large and the disc causes uneven rolling. I can't think what the 3/8" disc would be used for as 3/8" is too thin for biscuits. Also be aware that "6 adjustment discs" actually means 3 pairs! This pin is made in China but designed in Europe where perhaps they have a need for very thick or very thin pastry. But this is the American market and a little more variation in the form of 1/8" and 1/2" discs would go down very well!
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas My new favorite designer! 27 de junio de 2013
Por Sandra Day - Publicado en
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I fell in love with the Joseph Joseph products when I was shopping in JC Penney recently. When I found them on Amazon, I grabbed up several. These little bowls are great - they don't take up a lot of room in our small cabinets, they nest together, and the bottoms are super grippers with a rubber-like consistency that keep them from scooting across the table. One note I would offer, which has nothing to do with my 5-star rating, is that they do not screw together - they pop together which may be difficult for someone to get apart if they have arthritis.
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3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Good in theory, but a bit narrow 13 de julio de 2013
Por Cabushka - Publicado en
Cantidad de paquete del producto: 1Tamaño: A Compra verificada
I liked the idea of this rolling pin, but don't find it very practical as the width is only 16.5 inches. If you're rolling a large piece of dough, the washers on the ends will cut into your dough. Unlike a regular rolling pin of the same width, you don't have the flexibility to roll the edges of the rolling pin onto the sheet of dough. I still find myself using my French rolling pin for most jobs.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Why didn't I invent this?? 7 de enero de 2010
Por R. Chang - Publicado en
Formato: Cocina Compra verificada
What a fun rolling pin! It looks like a child's toy but it is actually an ingenious kitchen tool. I wish I had invented it!

The height washers are great and the width ruler is absolutely perfect. Once you use this rolling pin you won't want to go back to a regular rolling pin ever again.

The only suggestion I can have for a future model is having spinning handles (on bearings) on the ends of the pin like regular rolling pin. This way your hands are not heating up the wood nor are your natural skin oils getting on the pin/dough.