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pipo1000

Lame / Scoring Tool for sale

We at Weekend Bakery like to share with you our brand new lame ;

This lame or bread scoring tool, exclusively manufactured for Weekend Bakery, is made of wood and stainless steel. It comes with a very high quality blade and instructions on how to use it properly. It was designed by us because we could not find a lame to our liking anywhere. So we designed one that is lightweight, easy to handle and with a removable blade. You can place the blade in the right angle and you can use all four edges of the blade before you need to replace it.

You can buy this lame at our webshop http://www.weekendbakery.com/webshop/en/28-bread-scoring-tool-lame.html

The worldwide shipping cost for one lame in an envelope is 3,50 euro.

Thank you for your time,

Ed & Marieke
http://www.weekendbakery.com/

 

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jaywillie

So you'll ship this to U.S. addresses for 3,50 euro? Your website does not have that price in the international shipping info. Just want to be sure; usual international shipping prices are scary.

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pipo1000

Thank you for your reply. We will indeed ship the lame in an envelop to the US for 3,50 euro. You can see this pricing under 'international shipping', 'Letterbox' and 'World'. There it will show you the 3,50 euro shipping cost. We are based in the Netherlands so shipping will take between 5 to 10 working days, sometimes quicker. You have option to pay with Paypal and the order system will give you a final price including shipping before final payment.

Kind regards,

Edwin
http://www.weekendbakery.com/webshop/

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jaywillie

I ordered one. Seems like a good deal to me, depending on the exchange rate I get from Paypal/credit card. (The euro is about US$1.30 at the moment.) I'm eager to use it and will report on TRL when I do.

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jaywillie

IMO, this lame is a great bargain. I have looked for a long time for the right lame at the right price, including shipping, and been disappointed. King Arthur, SFBI, all the other online sources, if they do have good lames really become too expensive when you factor the shipping costs. So here's this lame, shipped from Europe, and it comes in at a very respectable price (mine was around $10-12 *including* shipping, depending on US$-euro, of course). I've used it a number of times and I like it. It handles very nicely, and I'm getting scores that are greatly improved over my old system of using a bread knife. So count me a satisfied customer.

jaywillie

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MTK

Can this lame be shipped to China with 3.5 euro?By the way, can other shaving blades fit the lame?Thanks.

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pipo1000

Thank you for your request. We have just added China to the list of countries in our webshop. You can now order a lame with letterbox shipment (3.50 euro) to China. Delivery to China from the Netherlands will take between 1 to 3 weeks. Hope to hear from you,

Edwin

http://www.weekendbakery.com/webshop/

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RodInBangkok

A bamboo chop stick and any double edge razor blade will work quite well.  Easy to make and it doesnt get any cheaper.

MTK's picture
MTK

Safety first! I tried once then cut myself...

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Mini Oven

...you don't even need the razor blade!  Bamboo is wickedly sharp!