Rotimatic Review – Automatic Roti Maker Now Available

Mani Karthik

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I’m sure you’d have already seen videos of those amazing automatic Roti makers on Facebook! We all wanted one, didn’t we?

Automatic rotis are probably every abroad living Indian’s dream machine. And that machine looked pretty slick too – kudos to their design team.

So, anyways this product is called Rotimatic and it’s a Singapore-based startup. They weren’t available in the USA but now are.

I just got this email from the founder. Check it out!

Automatic Roti Chapathi Maker USA

What is Rotimatic?

The Rotimatic is a fully automatic roti maker that can be used to make fresh, hot rotis in minutes. It comes with a variety of features that make it easy to use and clean. The Rotimatic has a built-in heating element that preheats the roti dough, making it pliable and easy to work with. It also has a timer that beeps when the roti is ready, so you can take it out of the machine and enjoy it right away. The Rotimatic comes with a variety of settings that allow you to make different types of rotis, including whole wheat, white, and gluten-free rotis.

It also has a setting for making chapatis, which are thinner and crispy. The Rotimatic comes with a removable drip tray that catches any excess oil or dough, and it has a non-stick surface that makes it easy to clean. The Rotimatic is compact and lightweight, making it easy to store and transport.

Rotimatic Review – Is it worth buying?

There are many pros to using a Rotimatic roti maker. One pro is that it is very easy to use. Another pro is that it can make a variety of different types of rotis, including whole wheat rotis. Additionally, the Rotimatic roti maker is very affordable, making it a great option for those on a budget.

However, there are also some cons to using a Rotimatic roti maker. One con is that it can be difficult to clean. Additionally, the rotis made by the Rotimatic roti maker may not be as soft and fluffy as rotis made by hand.

Some of the problems that have been reported with the Rotimatic roti maker include:

1. The machine can be slow to heat up, which can result in rotis that are not as crispy as they could be.

2. The machine can be difficult to clean, as the non-stick surface can be hard to remove all the flour and oil from.

3. The machine can be noisy, which can be disruptive if you are trying to make rotis in the morning before work.

4. The machine can be expensive, which may deter some people from purchasing it.

The Rotimatic is a roti maker that promises to make perfect rotis in minutes. It has mixed reviews, with some people loving it and others finding it difficult to use. If you are considering buying a Rotimatic, weigh the pros and cons to decide if it is the right roti maker for you.

6 Comments on “Rotimatic Review – Automatic Roti Maker Now Available”

  1. Hi Carren, I recently read that it is available in Australia. For more information visit their website.

  2. Hi, I have been thinking of buying it, since I have recently shifted to Sharjah, UAE. I am a compulsive roti-eater, my food is just incomplete without it. Should I buy it? And any idea how much it will cost to me if I order it here?

  3. Hi Rouland,

    I think it depends on you to decide whether it is worth or not. If you need rotis daily, no doubt it is an asset. Most Indian folks I know would love to have one at their homes as it supposedly saves them a lot of time. You’d never be satisfied with the rotis btw as they’re just too perfect and is no match with the hand made rotis. However, given the time it saves, it is probably worth it.

    I believe the $999 + logistics price however is too much for such a product. I hope they figure out logistics etc and bring it down to actually make it viable.

    Rotimatic sort of is an elite product at the moment and I personally is not happy with it.

    Hope that helps.

  4. Very interesting. Rotimatic price in USA is more than the retail price because of the logistics. Do you think it’s worth it because I have been reading some questionable reviews? What’s your final take after having used it?

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