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# 206182 13-Dec-2016 11:54
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Selling brand new Pancakebot Pancake Printers :)

 

 

http://www.pancakebot.com/

 

$429 shipped nationwide, or $360 pick-up around Rangiora / Christchurch area. They're not heavy, but come in a huge box for safe transport. So shipping comes to $69.

 

Pick your design or draw your own, fill the bottle with batter and watch it draw your pancake directly onto the griddle.

It creates a flat pancake with different shades of color by drawing what needs to be darker onto the griddle first, so it cooks for longer. It doesn't make a layered creation (so not "3D"), but is flat so you can flip it to cook on both sides.

Create awesomely unique pancakes for the family breakfast, events (have your logo in pancake form for example), weddings and more.

This is a really unique device. Forget cookie cutters, this lets you create pancakes from dinosaurs to rockets and almost everything else. Fancy an emoji pancake? No problem :)

Brand new, sealed. Feel free to post any questions you might have.

Also included by me is a SD Card, Spatula and extra batter bottle.

* Proprietary batter dispensing system will draw your customized pancake

* Software included to trace any image on your computer

* Non-stick electric griddle with removable probe included

* BPA-free batter dispenser

* Quick start Guide and Recipe Book included


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  # 1687088 13-Dec-2016 13:58
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how many pancakes per minute?





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  # 1687142 13-Dec-2016 15:38
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It's quite slow because it prints food, but a lot of the fun is in watching it draw the pancake in front of your eyes.

 

Once you get used it to though, add a squeeze bottle to fill in the large surface areas rather than the printer (use it for the outlines and all the fine details) you'll be pretty quick. For example:

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8hjXm_Z-Ihs

 

 


 
 
 
 


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  # 1687169 13-Dec-2016 16:37
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LostBoyNZ:

 

It's quite slow because it prints food, but a lot of the fun is in watching it draw the pancake in front of your eyes.

 

Once you get used it to though, add a squeeze bottle to fill in the large surface areas rather than the printer (use it for the outlines and all the fine details) you'll be pretty quick. For example:

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8hjXm_Z-Ihs

 

 

 

 

if the animal in me gets too impatient the printer might suffer





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  # 1687207 13-Dec-2016 17:07
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michaelmurfy:

@mdf wants this. I know he does.



If anyone asks, officially my children want this. But off the record, that is flippin' awesome and its really all about me wanting one very badly indeed.

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  # 1687261 13-Dec-2016 18:45
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I assume (hope) you have checked the electrical specs for compatibility and compliance in this country.




Location: Dunedin

 




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  # 1687811 14-Dec-2016 17:38
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andrewNZ: That's correct yes, it has been.


 
 
 
 


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  # 1688999 14-Dec-2016 23:38
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What will they think of next?

 

I'm still wanting a Cylon Toaster!






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  # 1689035 15-Dec-2016 06:47
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Will it make head gaskets?





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  # 1689167 15-Dec-2016 10:01
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Head gaskets? Absolutely, although they'd be best to put in someone else's car :P


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