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The main reason this is not a 5 star product is that the thickness of the strip is not printed on it anywhere. Since I don't use them frequently (I make rolled pies and cookies maybe 3x per year) I have a hard time remembering their thickness and have to look it up on this page every time I need to know how thick they are. I tried to write on it with a marker but the finish made it not stick too well and the marker smudged. It's not a big deal, but it is kind of annoying. The second reason it's not 5 stars is that they slide a bit and sometimes you wind up accidentally flattening your dough too much.
I would recommend for any cookie or pie baker who needs to make things a uniform thickness.
Seller was stupidly fast. I put in the order, and they were on my doorstep the next morning. How often does that happen with standard shipping, I mean honestly? Probably location, but I was pleasantly surprised.
They do have to be manuevered around a bit to get used to them and comfortably roll with them, but it's a very short learning curve.
These are recommended by Cook's Illustrated: "Perfection Strips ($9.95 for a set of three) consist of broad lengths of wood of varying thicknesses. They are placed alongside the dough, and the pin is rolled on top of them. The strips do not impede the rolling pin, but you may want to use them only as you start to approach the desired thickness (keeping them oriented correctly as you turn the dough early on can be frustrating). Novice rollers were surprised at the flawless uniformity they achieved with the help of these guides. However, we encountered the same problem using French-style pins here as with the rings."
And in turn, I recommend www.cooksillustrated.com for great equipment reviews :)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
These are going to help make baking cookies much easier. So glad I bought them.Published 17 days ago by MMatthews
love them, been looking all over for those sticks. Glad I finally found themPublished 22 days ago by Amazon Customer
These are so amazing. I got the best butter cutout cookies I ever made. Beautifully even. Same with the pie crust. Worth the money for me.Published 2 months ago by Eileen Findlay
I find the bracelets that go over the rolling pin are better. these shift when you are rolling.Published 2 months ago by PPCorella
Do stix are a better deal more of a selection and durable. Seemingly the same but for some reason I can't find them on amazon????Published 2 months ago by Joe
Excellent size and material. Should add size engraved ao I do not have to second guest myself about the thickness.Published 2 months ago by Lorna Cruz Munoz
Why did I wait so long to buy these? All my uneven cookie issues solved. Yes, it seems like a small thing but I am so pleased. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Leo's Mom
Does what it described. The strips are long enough for what I needed it for. I can finally roll my dough with even consistency without guesswork. Read morePublished 3 months ago by B. Chiu