Kuhn Rikon Frosting Deco Pen

June 7, 2013 - Comment

Dress up store-bought and home-baked goodies like a professional. It’s easy and fun with the Frosting Deco Pen from Kuhn Rikon. The Swiss-designed, battery-powered Deco Pen gives you precise control for amazing effects – writing, borders and shapes. Decorate cakes, cupcakes, cookies and more. Six tips create endless designs, so decorating treats has never been

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Dress up store-bought and home-baked goodies like a professional. It’s easy and fun with the Frosting Deco Pen from Kuhn Rikon. The Swiss-designed, battery-powered Deco Pen gives you precise control for amazing effects – writing, borders and shapes. Decorate cakes, cupcakes, cookies and more. Six tips create endless designs, so decorating treats has never been so simple. The Frosting Deco Pen features two speeds and interchangeable tips to quickly and easily create beautiful decorations with almost no wasted frosting and little to clean up. Set includes three refillable frosting cartridges, one color mixer, three filler plates, five decorating tips and a nozzle for filling cupcakes. Durable plastic construction. Hand wash. Uses two AA batteries, not included. 9-1/2-inch with tip.

Comments

Bugster2 says:

Has its’ flaws First thing you need to do is buy a tub a frosting for learning how to use the thing and for filling the tubes. I suppose you can fill the cartriges by hand but if you use all of the parts that come with the tool, you will need one of those frosting containers. Yes you can use your own frosting but it must be put in one of those frosting cans first. Kuhn Rikon should have included one. There is a disk that fits perfectly inside the can where you insert a cartridge that you push down into the…

John Turner says:

Kuhn Ricon makes accessories Kuhn Ricon makes accessories that you can buy independently, including more icing tubes, stirrers, and tips. The most valuable accessory is probably the steel tip adapter, that allows you to lock all of your standard steel icing tips into the pen. After that, it’s just up to how steady your hand is, and how well you can use the pen.

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