Wilton 1907-1107 Set of 10 Gum-Paste Modeling Tools with Storage Case

July 12, 2013 - Comment

High quality tools ensure great results for forming gum paste and fondant. Color coded for ease of use, 10 pc set with storage case included Product Features Set of 10 gum paste tools in a hinged plastic storage case Color-coded and numbered for organization and ease of use Includes veining tool, knife, cutting wheel, scriber,

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High quality tools ensure great results for forming gum paste and fondant. Color coded for ease of use, 10 pc set with storage case included

Product Features

  • Set of 10 gum paste tools in a hinged plastic storage case
  • Color-coded and numbered for organization and ease of use
  • Includes veining tool, knife, cutting wheel, scriber, and more
  • Comfortable grips ensure ergonomic, steady handling
  • Measures approximately 8-4/5 by 11-1/5 by 1-1/5 inches

Comments

Jauquetta ""bookaholic"" says:

Wilton fondant tools I only can give this product one star because it falls so very short. They used to sell the green set and it was so much better. This one has sprue marks on the tools because they were cast poorly which means that you must carefully sand them off. This leaves the tool with a satin finish instead of a glossy finish and it drags a bit. On delicate flower petals this is sure death! The quilting tool (little wheeled one) is awful and doesn’t even rate a star! The blue and green cell pens are not silky like the silicon ones that are white and they are the wrong size, one too big and one not big enough. The metal spatula, actually a pallet knife in the art world, is way too thick to be of much use to get under thin rose petals. The case is nice and the handles are wonderful but over all, not a good investment at full price!!! Look for the older green set they used to market. By the way, the Ateco blue set has most of the same prolems! BAD SPRUE marks. Poor tools make your work even more…

LLM "dagoodnurse" says:

Purchase with reservations In general, I like this product. 7 of the tools are double-ended, so it’s like you are getting 14 instruments, plus the 3 single sided ones. Included are instructions and examples of how to use the tools. The instruction sheet folds flat enough for you to keep it inside the tool box. The tool box itself is flat and sturdy; and the tools snap securely into the slots. Each tool is color coded and numbered.The reason that I gave it only 3 stars is because one of the tools, the cutting/quilting wheel did not roll smoothly, and when I went to clean it, the wheels came off. ( I was only able to find one.) That particular wheel was quite small, and I have a bigger one, so that was no big loss to me, but someone that doesn’t have a lot of tools at their disposal, might want to consider this.I still think that this is a better bargain than buying the tools individually.

techo_junkie says:

Wilton could’ve spent a few more bucks for better quality There are casting lines on the tools which means they don’t always move over the gumpaste smoothly. I’ll be replacing these with real metal tools, but I’ve learned my lesson that Wilton does not care about its customers as much as fleecing them with lousy products.

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