Rotimatic - Fully Automatic Roti Maker From Zimplistic

Discussion in 'Gadgets | Software | Apps' started by Kaustubh Katdare, Jun 7, 2013.

  1. Kaustubh Katdare

    Kaustubh Katdare Administrator

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    A Singapore based startup has designed and developed Rotimatic - a fully automatic roti maker for those who love Indian food. The company claims that it's world's first machine of its kind and all you need to do is add dry atta & water and then select how many rotis you wish Rotimatic to make. The machine will then do some mechanical engineering to dish out hot Rotis ready to serve. Love & affection of course is not included.

    rotimatic.

    The price isn't announced yet, but the product itself will be available commercially in September 2013.

    It looks to me like a 'Roti' printer :mrgreen:. Instead of your regular ink; you add water and dry atta and the Rotimatic will do rest of the job. I'm yet to see a demo, but if someone finds a video do share it here.

    What do you think - will this product be successful among Indians living abroad? Do you see demand for this in India itself?
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  2. Kaustubh Katdare

    Kaustubh Katdare Administrator

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    Looks like the interest in this product has gone up significantly in the recent times. The official website of the company says that the first batch of Rotimatic will ship in December this year, but we still don't have any information about the price of Rotimatic. What I found though is an interesting video that shows Rotimatic in action, check it out (it's cool!) -



    There are a few interesting things about the product that should have caught your attention - the machine lets you decide the quantity of rotis, thickness, softness and the amount of oil you want to use for your rotis. The machine is capable of holding ingredients for about 20 rotis at a time (sufficient for up to 4-5 people, I guess) and the machine can 'print' at the rate of about 1 roti / minute; which is quite impressive.

    It'd be great if the Rotimatic team can talk to us about how they developed the product and a little insight about the mechanical engineering that goes behind the scenes.

    We'll keep an eye on the pricing & other details.
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  3. Ankita Katdare

    Ankita Katdare Moderator

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    Looks like the pricing details are still not up. Has anyone signed up for the updates on their official site?
  4. aditya303

    aditya303 Newbie

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    woh ! thatz great to hear about these kind of product. it is further spectacular if a product that even does convert this rotis into calories and that are supplied to our body. in near future we see these kind of devices. some products are symbols for lazy future generation.
    But in-spite all this we need appreciate it becoz it might be useful to old generation who physically suffering.
  5. lovebox

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    Wow ! Just the thing I wanted. Would want to be among the very first people to acquire it.
  6. Ravi Dhale

    Ravi Dhale Newbie

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    Very Good innovation / design in the pace of time. Good for old people. Refer the price in India, any one if gets the clue.
  7. Ankita Katdare

    Ankita Katdare Moderator

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    It would be great if can have the guys behind the RotiMatic on Founders Circuit. What do you think @Guneet Kaur Khanuja?
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  8. lovebox

    lovebox Maniac

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    Fantastic idea @Ankita Katdare.

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