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[Backorder] Victoria 8 Inch Cast Iron Tortilla Press $34.67 + Delivery ($0 with $49 Prime Order) @ Amazon US via AU

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These have been hard to come by since the panic buying of COVID commenced. Currently sitting at a low price according to CamelCamelCamel

These can be used to make tortillas, patacones, tostones, empanadas, arepas, flat breads, roti and more.

Description:

You won't believe how easy it is to make your own tortillas at home. Gain control over what you and your family eat by choosing your own, fresh ingredients, without all the fillers and preservatives.

The Victoria tortilla press has already pressed hundreds of millions of tortillas into perfection - both at home and in authentic restaurants all over the world.

It really is so fast and easy, you'll quickly make a habit of it.

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Comments

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    Dam need to meet $49 minimum for free delivery

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    any one in west sydney we can buy together, please pm

  • +2 votes

    Better order two. Nice present, I suppose.

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    So Temporarily out of stock.
    If I order now and my prime expires in a few days, will I only get charged today's price?

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      Just renew prime its $60

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        I'm weaning myself off amazon. Their member support is terrible.

        • +10 votes

          What?!
          My experience is the complete opposite. No matter how bad I know Amazon is, I have nothing but praise for their prime service.

          Thanks OP. Bought two, didn't even know these were a thing

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          Same. What happened that was so 'terrible' ?

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            @Skinnerr: I been blanked by support to have a duplicate charge ($65 ish) reimbursed and it has been going on since February. One bloke rang me from Washington State somewhere and informed me they know about it and will fix it, (that was 6 weeks ago) but he has ghosted me and no other support person will respond.

            Where do I go to contact a customer service rep? The site is designed for automation, but if your enquiry doesn't fit within their options, you're lost.

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              @Flyerone: Yeah, when it works, it works well. When it doesn't, it has been 50/50 split between utter annoying customer service reps who have no idea how Pre-orders or certain services they provide work as per their FAQ page and previous experiences. The other half ive had customer reps whom move heaven and earth to fix what their colleagues failed to provide.

              For example: Had The last of us part 2 pre-ordered (since October of last year!) and was told that it would ship no later than the release date when i followed up a week prior as the shipping date didn't show on my order like usual. I was perplexed as pre-orders always ship 2 days prior to make its way to mine either the day before or the of (depending on warehouse), and the rep simply had no understanding of the way pre-orders worked. One rationale though i think is they may have been told to not ship until a certain date due to embargo and the tight grasp Sony had on keeping information contained on the game, presuming people may have got it slightly earlier and started posting spoilers, but that is obviously anecdotal.

              Secondly i ordered an item that reduced in price the day i received it from the US, took me over 2 weeks and 5 emails to get a response, i only got a response when in enquired about the above issue last week.

              Coming from a contact centre like environment (I.T specific) i maybe less angry regarding the slight inconsistencies as i know first hand that there is anything between fantastic methodically thorough contact centre personnel, to script readers whom haven't got 2 brain cells to rub together to come up with something that is helpful and within their guidelines, but i can wholeheartedly understand where you're at the moment with your particular issue. Just pressure enough, or demand an escalation and i'm sure you will get someone more than willing to get the job done.

              All the best

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          What. Quite the opposite

  • +1 vote

    Never knew I needed one. Thanks OP!

  • +8 votes

    came onto ozb for a quick look and came away with a cast iron tortilla press

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    I've been umming and ahhing about this for months. It doesn't do anything you can't do with a rolling pin, or even a cast iron griddle - but I guess it would be worth it if you make lots and do it frequently?

  • -3 votes

    I seem to be completely7 missing the point here with cast iron..I bought a pan an ozb fav.. it takes a while to heat means more gas ..it takes while to cool..means time to clean..it warms evenly but so does a good quality non stick pan..I bought the mesh chain as well to clean it…but I am still struggling to get the reason..why use cast iron..wasnt non stick steel an upgrade..can some one please tell me

    • +1 vote

      You don't heat this one I don't think. It's just used to evenly flatten dough balls instead of using a rolling pin.

    • +5 votes

      Just because a bunch of ozbargainers like a product doesn't make it a good product for your needs. Cast iron is great for some things, in some circumstances. It's crap for others. I have cast iron cooking items but I also have stainless and non stick. I couldn't make 50% of the things I prefer to make in cast iron. Next time maybe research the product before you buy it?

  • -1 vote

    Make sure you follow the instructions from this video

    Minute 0:18

    https://youtu.be/jfJv035bpkw

    Good luck

  • -3 votes

    buy to meet $49/- and refund the item you brought to make up the amount!

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    Was in my "saved for later" list for ages. Ordered it on the 13th at the same price. Still waiting for the shipping date as not in stock.
    I saw a video where the person had heated it up a bit to roll out Indian flat bread /roti. Hoping to try doing that.

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    It's now showing as $31.79 plus $42 delivery.

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      Just saw that. If you purchase other items and bring the total amount to $49 delivery is free, right? Can you order when it's showing no stock?

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        It is no longer eligible for free shipping for purchases over $49. The price of delivery can't be offset anymore

  • -1 vote

    This would have been so useful all those times I made tortillas, patacones, tostones, empanadas, arepas, flat breads and roti.

    These are a bargain even at $200. Am I right?

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    Anyone (with prime) interested in splitting in Perth pls pm me?

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    Has it shipped for anyone?