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Imperia Italian Double Cutter Pasta Machine

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  • Heavy duty chrome-plated steel Italian pasta machine with duo cutter
  • Makes three varieties of pasta, lasagne, fettuccini and tagliatelle
  • An adjustment dial allows the pasta to be produced in up to six thicknesses
  • Also features a detachable wooden handle for easy storage and a tabletop screw clamp fitting for added stability
  • 5 year guarantee

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Product Information

Technical Details
Brand Kitchen Craft
Model Number20600
ColourSilver
Item Weight454 g
Product Dimensions20.5 x 18.7 x 17 cm
  
Additional Information
ASINB0001IXA0I
Best Sellers Rank 4,063 in Kitchen & Home (See top 100)
Shipping Weight3.6 Kg
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Date First Available6 Dec. 2001
  
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Product Description

Authentic double cutter pasta machine from Imperia. With duo cutter that adjusts to make three varieties of pasta; lasagne, fettuccini and tagliatelle pasta. An adjustment dial allows the pasta to be produced in up to six thicknesses. The machine also features a detachable handle for easy storage, tabletop screw clamp fitting for added stability and control when in use. Full care and use instructions enclosed. Gift Boxed, and 5 year guarantee.

Box Contains

  • Imperia SP150 Duo-cutter pasta machine
  • Detachable handle
  • Tabletop screw clamp fitting
  • Full care & use instructions
  • Gift boxed

  • Customer Questions & Answers

    Customer Reviews

    4.6 out of 5 stars

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    248 of 250 people found the following review helpful By Sarah White on 28 Feb. 2007
    We had a bad experience with our first purchase of a pasta machine - basically it was rubbish. We bought the Imperia instead and have been really pleased with it. It is a good, solid, quality product that makes great pasta. The attachments fit firmly and the action is really smooth. We can't believe the difference it makes to the quality of the pasta. It is so quick and easy to use and comes with some good advice and recipes.
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    121 of 123 people found the following review helpful By S. Robins-Hobden on 3 Jan. 2009
    Bought this to replace a kitchen craft model that was utter tosh, and haven't looked back. The machine feels lightweight, but don't let this fool you: when secured to the worktop it is sturdy and can be operated one-handed without creeping or sliding. The rollers and turning mechanism are excellent and the machine produced fantastic pasta with only three run-through-and-fold-overs on the highest setting before dropping down through each of the settings to produce sheets of delicate pasta. The extra cutting deck seems like pure magic - we had such fun producing our own stranded pasta with little effort. I'm so very impressed with this little machine and what it can do - it made the whole experience easy and fun. When I bought a bread maker I stopped buying bread, now having bought this pasta maker I will no longer buy pasta.

    Two tips... 1) Freeze your dough once it's been kneaded sufficiently - much easier to run through the machine once it has defrosted. 2) Do have a play with the stranded pasta - you don't need to go to the bother of drying it, simply toss some flour through it to stop it sticking, bag it up and freeze it till you want to use it. You can cook it straight from the freezer, and it still tastes fantastic.
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    21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Andrew Marson on 31 Jan. 2012
    Overall it is a very solid product and essentially does what you need it to. I do however get frustrated when I use the product because:

    1, The handle doesn't have any positive connection so will fall out if you don't constantly check its in and push it.

    2, The tray that clips on again has no positive connection and falls out a lot so is pretty useless.It just rests on a flange.

    3, The thickness adjuster has a lock tab that you have to push before you can spin it, which is difficult when one of your hands is holding the pasta sheet. I don't quite get why they have it with a lock, it's not exactly a nuclear missile launcher!

    I would investigate other designs out there before buying this one to see if they work for you.
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    142 of 146 people found the following review helpful By C. Tripp on 5 Jan. 2008
    This is really sturdy, the rollers run smoothly - it's fab! What's worth knowing is that the tagliatelle cutter (rolled to no4 thickness) produces 2mm ribbons just like the fresh spaghetti you get in supermarkets and the fettucine cutter (also rolled to no4) is like the fresh tagliatelle.
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    43 of 44 people found the following review helpful By Mrs. D. M. Bennett on 14 July 2007
    It was with doubts that I ordered this machine but it was set up and we had a pasta meal in the same day!

    Excellent quality product and does what it states, would recommend to all pasta enthusiasts.
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    199 of 207 people found the following review helpful By M B Egham on 30 April 2007
    I originally bought the Typhoon pasta machine at about £10 cheaper - big mistake - the thing broke the first time i tried to use it and left me thinking that pasta machines were a waste of time. So I got refunded and bought this - this is just superb - Sturdy, solid, build to last and the rollers move smoothly and consistantly (unlike the Typhoon one which feels like a childs version by comparison). Choose this model and you'll never have the need to look elsewhere!
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    120 of 125 people found the following review helpful By Mr. A. Phillips on 2 Jan. 2010
    I received the pasta maker from my wife as a Christmas present, thus never had the opportunity to select the model for myself. Never fear, my wife is a review junkie and won't make a purchase without looking at the consensus of opinion before parting with her money, she did great this time.

    Quality: Having some engineering experience I can say this is a very well made piece of kit, its metal content suggests that its robust and it is. The simple to attach gadgetry is very much in line with the manufacture of the Imperia philosophy of not over engineering anything. What parts are used to build this pasta machine is required and made to last, no token parts or embellishments to provide a look, everything is functional.

    How simple is it to make a tasty pasta? For a generous 2 person portion, measure 300 millilitres of flour (about 140 grams), 1 egg and a teaspoon of Extra virgin olive oil is all you need, with a splash of water to get dough of the right consistency. I cheat, I use the blunt paddles in a food processor (as opposed to the chopping ones) and within 30 seconds you have a great dough to get things going. You can add spinach (about 70 grams)that has been dropped into boiling water for about 2 minutes (remove the stalks first) and remove as much water as possible before blending with dough mix, this makes a very green pasta that looks as good as it tastes.

    Rolling the dough: The best advice I can offer is to organise yourself, have flour to hand and dust both sides before each pass through the machine. Begin with egg sized pasta dough balls and give yourself a chance to develop the technique that is required to make good pasta.
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