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Wilton 2104-4003 Max Cookie Press

3.6 out of 5 stars 15 customer reviews

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  • See-through barrel and raised bottom
  • An easy pump action gives you more control
  • Easy instructions and 3 delicious recipes
  • Includes 12 disks in favorite shapes
  • Hand washing recommended
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Product Description

Discover the cookie press that takes convenience and comfort to the max. with the cookie max you'll see the difference from the first batch. an easy pump action gives you more control one click of the plunger equals one perfect cookie, every time. the handle is cushioned, for a sure, comfortable grip. the see through barrel and raised bottom let you see the cookie and your remaining dough as you press. no clogging, easy cleaning. perfect for making spritz cookies.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 3 x 8.8 x 10.6 inches
Item Weight 1 pounds
Shipping Weight 1.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Manufacturer Wilton
ASIN B00006G95J
Item model number 2104-4003
Customer Reviews
3.6 out of 5 stars 15 customer reviews

3.6 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #309,313 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
#4,017 in Kitchen & Dining > Bakeware > Candy Making Supplies > Candy Making Molds
Date first available at Amazon.com September 9, 2003

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UPDATE: 2/15/2012
I am updating my review (original review is below). As of this writing, I am searching for a new cookie press. This one has served me well... for brief 5-year period of time. In the time that I was able to use it, it worked great. However, the plastic handle has stress cracks at the hinge, and the rachet no longer works properly, causing it to be very hard to press a cookie out. I will be looking for a more expensive all-metal press, and would not recommend this press for more than temporary/light use.

Original Review (2/12/2007):
This is an excellent cookie press!!! I just love it! After having to deal with a very difficult battery-operated one that just got tossed in the trash, I gave this one a try. Boy am I glad I did! It is not hard to press at all, and you get a perfect cookie every time with just one simple click of the lever. I made a batch of cookies 10 times faster than I could with my old finicky battery operated one. Who needs batteries when you can have this? It is very easy to operate (just follow the directions)! I used my old original cutout cookie recipe (but did not chill the dough), and they came out perfectly with this press.
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I had my doubts about the plastic construction and really had my doubts about the plastic discs, but I paid less than $10 for it in the sale bin at my grocery store. I made my first batch of cookies with it the other day. It's perfect with the no-flour peanut butter cookie recipe and absolutely easy to use. I remember the old plunger style and how my hands used to get tired after a while. If you pack it carefully the dough doesn't have any voids at all. I want to try the recipes that came with it next and compare them, but even if it's most suited to my peanut butter cookies (the dough is light but does not spread as it bakes) it's worth the money.
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It makes great cookies and works well. After having a batter powered one, I much preferred this caulk-gun style (easier and more consistent). However, I am on my third (and final) of this style. The plastic handle, at the hinge, has cracked and broken off after one year of use on all three. Now I am looking at an all metal style.
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My old metal screw press finally bit the dust and of course it is Spritz time so while picking up some last minute items I saw this at Meijer on sale - hey $13.00 worth a try. Brought it home made the recipe provided and the cookies came out great - the dough was perfect just right follow the directions. Yes the plastic concerns me but it isn't cookie maker I'd use day in and day out. I didn't wash it in the dishwasher but rather by hand - I would be concerned that the plastic would warp - though I suppose top shelf would be fine.
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I purchased this item in 2005 because of the Wilton name. It was one of the worst devices I've ever used. Right off the bat I discovered that the pump handle mechanism causes the press to be unstable during use, causing it to tilt or actually skid on the pan while dispensing dough. And as others have noted, the plastic die tend to hold onto the dough rather than let the baking sheet get it. Before long, the ratchet was intermittently refusing to work, standing motionless for several attempts as I pumped the handle, and refusing to press dough down the chute. In the end, I discovered that to get dough from the chute to the baking sheet, I had to overpump and dispense more than I wanted--the gap between the die and the pan is really quite big. The cookies I made with this press were not at all satisfactory in terms of size and keeping their shape, and the dough was overhandled and overwarmed secondary to all of the manipulation of the press to keep dough moving and dispensing. I have had better luck since with an old Hamilton Beach press with metal dies. I also have a dirty cheap, no-nonsense "Smart Inventions Perfect Cookie" press with a better pump handle. Both the HB and the SI pumps are more stable on the sheet, don't skid, have better-designed pump mechanisms and metal dies, and produce true to shape cookies. I ditched the Wilton after a week of struggling with it and have never looked back.
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I make cookies about 2x a year. The durability is to be seen, but based on other reviews I expect to be replacing this in a couple years, it is after all, plastic.

The raised feet are helpful and make it functional, I find continuous ring types impossible to use. The included recipe is decent, and alterable to dairy free with minimal fuss (soymilk and margarine) The plastic plunger does a great job of keeping the dough from seeping around it. It is also top rack dishwasher safe.

It is a fixed volume. This worked OK for me, but I can see it causing possible problems. I find the mechanism uncomfortable to use, you have to hold the tube and operate the lever with the other hand. I also found the barrel to not hold much dough, when packed full I was refilling about halfway through a normal sized cookie sheet (yes, I load my cookies on tight, but no tighter than the gun allows.) There is no means to store the shapes so you will need a box or something.

I plan to replace it with a pistol grip type when this breaks, maybe sooner.
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