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  1. Hi Ketki,

    Thanks for the really informative review. It helps answer a lot of questions though for me I still can’t seem to find out how thin the thinnest setting is? We love a light, thin soft roti at home but every video I see of the rotimatic has the roti looking quiet thick. What would be your take on this?

  2. Hi Ketki, I love your detailed review! I tried to click on the $50 off link but it doesn’t seem to work for me.

  3. The replacement Rotimatic machine(after sending the nonfunctional original one back) worked for me for about 3 years only from Jan 2018 – March 2021 after which pan remained stuck and I was asked to buy a new machine.

  4. Is there much value in getting Rotimatic if one already has a KitchenAid for making dough and Electric Roti press for making Roti’s? Electric press can make a roti in about 45 seconds once you have the dough from KitchenAid.

    1. Hi Vikram, it depends on how often do you cook rotis. KitchenAid + roti press isn’t a fully automated process. You still need to make the dough balls and be present in the kitchen. Rotimatic is fully automatic – you set it to play and forget it, that always wins in my opinion. If you don’t mind the price tag and have space for an additional kitchen gadget, I’d say go for it!

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