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April 14, 2010

Adjustable Rolling Pin — Episode 2: Lock and roll


A variation on a theme which surfaced here over three years ago, at which time I remarked it was "ingenious."

That iteration at the time was about 40% of the price of the current incarnation but in fairness did not include a rolling pin as does today's featured system.


From the website:



Take the guesswork out of rolling out bases for pizza, lasagna or pies with this updated rolling pin.

Three sets of removable discs save space (no need for three pins) while providing three raised surfaces for a pastry thickness: 0.07" (2mm), 0.323" (6mm) or 0.39" (10mm).

Discs and locking nut are dishwasher safe.


Hand wash the wooden pin and air dry.


Pin size: 16.5"W x 2.5"Ø.




[via 7Gadgets and my7475]

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My Nana (God rest her soul) used a worn (the handles) wooden roiling pin forever.

She intuitively could roll paper thin or thick dough consistently.

Funny though, I think she would have loved this item because of it's simplicity.

Posted by: JoePeach | Apr 14, 2010 5:35:28 PM

now that's clever.........much more clever than that stupid drinks clip.

Posted by: jo | Apr 14, 2010 4:26:14 PM

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