SUCK UK 3D Safari Animal Cookie Cutters
- Cookie cutters to produce 3D Safari Animals
- Made from Plastic
- Each pack incudes the required cutters to bake one animal
- There are 4 different styles to collect - Lion, Hippo, Elephant and Giraffe (style will be chosen at random)
- Add some fun to your baking, turn your kitchen into the jungle and let your animals come to life
Cookie cutters in the shape of safari animal body parts. Cut out cookie dough, bake in the oven, then slot the cookies together to make edible safari animals that will stand up your plate. Create tasty treats this shaped like your favorite jungle beasts! Each Safari Cookie Cutter includes cutters for the body parts required to bake a whole animal, with 4 styles available (Lion, Hippo, Elephant and Giraffe).
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I looked these products up after reading about it in the WIRED Holiday gift guide, and initially wanted to buy the Dino set (of which the product photo displays ALL FOUR dino shapes, indicating you are buying the full set). They were sold out, so I opted for the Safari package, as this was a time-sensitive Holiday gift. At this price,
When the package arrived, I opened it up expecting to see the full safari set, instead, I have one lonely lion! How can you be the king of the chocolate chip cookie jungle when you have no cookie subjects to rule?
In anger, I went back and read the small print, and sure enough, there it was - you are only buying one shape, and even then it is at random.
While it was ultimately my mistake for not reading the small print, (I'm buying a cookie cutter here, not signing a car lease!!) as a frequent Amazon shopper, I am VERY used to being prompted for the size / color/ pattern/ shape of the product I buy with amazon's incredibly helpful & simple drop-down menu. Why SUCK UK doesn't do the same is beyond me, especially because it would totally drive their sales (I would have likely bought all four of these originally had I known they were sold separately) and boost customer satisfaction and ratings by allowing future customers to 1) know that the product is sold individually, not as a set and 2) give customers the ability to select the full range of shapes in one order!
As the employee of a fast growing company that retails our product on the web, through major retail outlets nation-wide, and very recently through Amazon, I know a bit about proper product advertising and the flexibility that a retailer has in setting up their Amazon product page, so this should not be a problem for them. My only conclusion here is that SUCK UK is too lazy to care about either their customer or their reputation.
Since i can't give my friend just one cookie cutter, I'll be returning this product and am not likely to buy any more. Also, whats the deal with the over 100% markup on the Dino set over the Safari set? who in their right mind is going to spend $64 on four cookie cutters!?! Shameless.
My only complaint is that you cannot request a specific dinosaur. I'd like to get more of these, but I have a feeling I'd end up with four of the same.
This is about the dino cookie cutter I ordered a while back: Made cookies with these for my grandson's Dino Birthday party. They were a hit. When putting them on the cookie sheet spread the notches apart a bit or you will have some trimming to do. good to have a tiny bit of frosting glue to join parts.