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post #1 of 212
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They are 1/3 to their goal of 250 rollers sold. Anyone who is still undecided, I think there are three weeks left to pre-order. Hopefully, she gets enough sales to finance production.

http://heavenlycakepops.com/?page_id=386
post #2 of 212
I hope she makes the goal! It is a pretty cool set up, I know I am game!
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post #3 of 212
It looks awesome! I just put my order in!
post #4 of 212
I am so tempted...I don't even have my location done right now, though. We just got the drywall up, it isn't taped yet. I am afraid that we will run out of money before we get it all done, with all the unexpected expenses!
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post #5 of 212
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Anna, just make a commitment to push these things and hopefully it will make you a paycheck. You could email her with your dilema and maybe she can help on the deadline.
post #6 of 212
I'm pretty sure I have a few other things laying around here that I had to have, and never use. My husband has had the patience of Job with all my caken stuff and putting the bakery in. He tells me to get the Agbay and a fondant sheeter and a bigger mixer, and another Kitchen Aid. The sheeter is not in the works right now, but I got or am getting, the other stuff. I am afraid I will order one thing too many and he is going to get to the point where he loses his patience!
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post #7 of 212
I ordered one. icon_smile.gif
post #8 of 212
Looks like a very cool tool ... and I understand the cost that probably went into making this, but my DH would kill me dead if I spent $200.00 on something that simply rolls cake balls quicker ... icon_cry.gif





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post #9 of 212
Someone was talking about these on another site, and it looks suspiciously similar (i.e. exactly the same) as a marzipan ball roller and a bead roller. Just an FYI, you might be able to get something similar somewhere else. http://www.polymerclayweb.com/beadrollers.asp
post #10 of 212
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costumeczar, it does work the same as the marzipan roller. The cake pop roller is 1.5" and the marzipan roller is .75". The marzipan roller is priced comparable to the post-production cake pop roller (about $330.00).
post #11 of 212
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Originally Posted by scp1127

costumeczar, it does work the same as the marzipan roller. The cake pop roller is 1.5" and the marzipan roller is .75". The marzipan roller is priced comparable to the post-production cake pop roller (about $330.00).



They looked exactly the same, I figured they work the same way. You can make your own, apparently, if you're handy like that icon_smile.gif
post #12 of 212
I got one, I hope they make it to 250
post #13 of 212
Want your husband to agree to buying it? Have him make the cake balls while you work on a cake. It's been over a year we last made cake balls because they were so time consuming (made a BUNCH for a family party). Everyone loved them and want them again, but he always says no way!

I showed him the video (hopeful, but not expecting an okay) and he asked a few questions and then said to go ahead and order it! I'm a hobby baker but make cakes for most of our family birthdays and we make big treat baskets for everyone at Christmas, make goodies for our moms, aunts and grandmothers for Mother's Day, etc., so it will be a big help. If this is the year for TX Cottage Food Law, maybe we'll be using it to make them for sale by the end of the year...
post #14 of 212
I ordered 2. A friend of mine and I both want one. Yes, I saw the marzipan roller also.. $130.00 More and they are 1/2 the size...so it would not work for a cake ball. And almost 75% more cpst. I hope she makes her quota. I sure want mine.

Since cake balls take so little product. One good size order for wedding favors would give you your money back.

And with the roller I will be able to do big orders. So, you will really make profit. So, little product and now SO LITTLE TIME WITH THE ROLLER.

If you havent ordered one...think about it at this price.
post #15 of 212
I am sure someone out there will come up with something like this for cheaper, this is worth it if you do make tons of cake pops. thanks for the info.
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