The Marcato Atlas 150 Pasta Maker is an icon of Italian design. Featuring no less than five patented innovations, what sets this machine apart from its competitors is its unique anodised aluminium rollers, which are ultra-durable, stick-resistant and 100% non-toxic. They create an ever-so-slightly porous dough, so your pasta will bind to sauces more easily. The Atlas 150 comes with built-in attachments in three versatile shapes: smooth lasagna, wide fettuccine and thin tagliolini. (You can find more attachments and accessories here.) The pragmatic design features a clasp that attaches to the side of your countertop or table, so you can use the manual hand crank comfortably, as well as an adjustment knob that lets you set the thickness of your pasta from one to ten.
Kickstart Your Pasta Journey: Buy any Marcato Atlas 150 and get a free seat at one of the following online cook school classes: Fresh Pasta From Scratch (9 September, 23 September) or Filled Pasta (3 September, 1 October). All classes take place at 18:30. To redeem offer, send your order number, class choice and class date to email@example.com. Offer valid from 16 August 2021 to 30 September 2021.
Why we love it‘Marcato was the first to make pasta makers, and they remain at the forefront because they embrace technology to adapt their products for modern use—without ever sacrificing quality.’
Specifications & Care
|Care||The surfaces of Atlas 150 can easily be cleaned with a cloth and maintenance is simplified by the presence of removable polymeric resin combs. Atlas 150 is not dishwasher safe|
|Country of Origin||Italy|
|Dimensions||W 20.7cm x H 15.5cm x D 20cm Atlas 150 allows you to instantly prepare Lasagne with a maximum width of 150 mm, 6.5 mm Fettuccine and 1.5 mm Tagliolini|
|Material||Exterior - chrome steel; rollers - anodised aluminium; combs and scrapers - polymeric resin|
About The Brand
In 1930, Otello Marcato made the first-ever pasta rolling machine in a workshop behind his house and sold them to neighbours on his bicycle. He opened a factory in Campodarsego, Padua, eight years later, where Marcato still produces all of their products today. Their machines are recognized all over the world for unbeatable quality. Their 100+ employees pack up to 2,500 pasta machines a day and 250,000 rollers a month with an extremely low rate of defects, reusing most of the product waste in order to embrace a principle of ecological circularity.Shop Marcato