Cake Decorating Stand (12-in.) by Ateco
Whether you're a professional patissier or a baking enthusiast looking for a professional tool, this Plastic Revolving Cake Stand makes decorating so much simpler. Keep icing even and pipe decoratively while keeping your focus. Stand is made of high-impact plastic and comes with a Non-slip Pad. Guid... See complete description »
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Whether you're a professional patissier or a baking enthusiast looking for a professional tool, this Plastic Revolving Cake Stand makes decorating so much simpler. Keep icing even and pipe decoratively while keeping your focus. Stand is made of high-impact plastic and comes with a Non-slip Pad. Guidelines on surface aid in decorating.
Works fine - seems a little flimsy. Comes apart for storage.
I bought this for my girlfriend who is taking a cake decorating class. From what she has told me it has been working terrifically - though I personally think the little pad under it is hokey - why not just have a sticky bottom coating on the unit itself or something?? Maybe I don't understand the complexity of cake design.
Anyways - this made me look good, so I give it a 5!
This product is sturdy, well-constructed, and very adequate for 99% of cake decorators, assuming that most folks don't decorate more than 25 cakes per year. At that rate I would guess that it would go about 2500 cakes or 100 years. If you need a better one, I suggest the cast-iron eterna model.
Started baking cakes and was looking for a rotating cake stand to make frosting easier. Saw Many at a much higher price tag but this one works great for the price. highly recommended.
After searching for a long time, I was thrilled to discover a rotating cake decorating platform that worked smoothly, didn't wabble, felt sturdy and didn't cost an outrageous amount. Great value for the money. Only complaint is that you have to be careful if you move the platform with the cake on it platform will immediately pull out of pedistal which can prove to be awkard.
If you've ever tried frosting a cake with a regular dinner knife or rubber spatula, you'll understand how frustrating it is when you don't have the proper tools. If you're serious about baking homemade cakes, invest in an offset spatula to help you navigate the faces, corners, and layers of the cake like a pro, taking away the difficult straight angle of a regular spatula.