Kitchenaid FC371 Pasta Sheet Roller

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Kitchenaid FC371
Kitchenaid FC371
RRP: £115.99 exc. vat 139.19 inc. vat
SAVE: £24.00 exc. vat 28.80 inc. vat
£110.39 inc. vat
£91.99 exc. vat
 
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CAS SKU
81830
MPN
FC371
AKA
FC371

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Product Specifications
Dimensions56(H) x 97(W) x 25(D)mm
MaterialStainless Steel
WarrantyN/A
Details

When creating handmade sheets of pasta ready for lasagne or shaping, creating consistent thickness can be a tricky task - but not with the KitchenAid pasta sheet roller. Designed to be fitted to the KitchenAid stand mixers, the sheet roller is a vital attachment for any business which offers Italian-style dishes. With a handy thickness setting, you can adjust the rolling thickness to get the results you're looking for.

Constructed from high quality stainless steel, the pasta roller is durable and simple to clean - perfect for professional use.

Kitchenaid FC371 Features
  • Dimensions 56(H) x 97(W) x 25(D)mm
  • Material Stainless Steel
  • Weight 1.1kg
  • Colour Stainless Steel
  • Pasta roller rolls 15 cm (width) sheets of pasta with 8 thickness settings to adjust to the desired sheet thickness
  • Easy to use and clean
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Cost:
£6.95 +VAT
Service:
Order by 5pm for
Next Working Day Delivery
Estimated Delivery Date:
Tue 27th February
Service Expires:
Tomorrow at 5:00pm
Please note the following:
  • All items over 30kg are kerbside delivery only,
  • Deliveries take place between the hours of 7am and 6:30pm
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