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100 adjustable rolling pin

Product Code   101229940


Equipped with four sets of adjustable discs for even thickness, this rolling pin from Joseph Joseph's 100 collection takes the guesswork out of preparing the perfect dough. The etched measurements on the surface allow you to match the exact size required, making this tool equally suitable for amateur and veteran chefs alike.

US$75

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Equipped with four sets of adjustable discs for even thickness, this rolling pin from Joseph Joseph's 100 collection takes the guesswork out of preparing the perfect dough. The etched measurements on the surface allow you to match the exact size required, making this tool equally suitable for amateur and veteran chefs alike.
  • Designed by Damian Evans
  • Set contains: Rolling pin x1, Removable disc set x4
  • 18/8 stainless steel
  • Cylinder shape
  • Etched measurements for exact sizing
  • Screw-on handles with removable height-adjustable black polypropylene discs
  • Designer presentation box included
  • 1-year warranty upon date of purchase provided by vendor
  • (Rolling pin) Length 43cm / Depth 6.5cm / Height 6.5cm
  • (Pastry discs) Diameter 2-10mm
  • Dishwasher safe
  • To make rolling even easier, chill rolling pin in a refrigerator or freezer for up to 1 hour before use

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