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Toddler Girls Woven Dress Cat Jack Red 3T
From coloring a picture with crayons at home to running around the playground at preschool your little one will look as cute as can be in the Woven Dress from Cat and Jack™. This toddler girls' pullover dress is decked out in an allover print of ditsy florals in white and blue over a red background for a fresh garden-inspired look that's just perfect to wear on any day. Cut in a regular-fit silhouette this pullover dress is made from a soft and flowy fabric that lets her float through the day in airy comfort and it has 100percent cotton lining for enhanced comfort and coverage. The flutter sleeves and ruffle hemline add breezy movement to her look while the square neckline with subtle pleats on the front and back lends some extra sweetness to her already adorable style. Have her wear it with sandals or sneakers for a fun day out and about. Size: 3T. Gender: female.
H. Grove (errantdreams) "Errant Dreams Reviews": The OXO corkscrew consists of a black plastic corkscrew that screws down into the cork, surrounded by a black plastic skirt-like surround with wing-like handles and a wide twist-top. But maybe this will make more sense if I try to explain how you use it.You raise the handles, which lifts up the surround, exposing the corkscrew. You grasp the handle at the top, press the tip of the corkscrew against the cork, and twist, pushing, so that the corkscrew enters into the cork and spirals down through it. Once it's firmly embedded you grasp the wing-like handles and push them down. This lowers the surround and raises the corkscrew, pulling the cork free of the bottle.Disadvantages: It's easy to get the corkscrew off-center and end up having to start over.Advantages: The wing-handles give you so much leverage that it's child's play to get most corks out of their bottles. This is absolutely fantastic for those of us with hand-problems.This is one of the few OXO items we have that hasn't in some way broken down; admittedly we don't use it as often as some items, but it has certainly withstood what use we have put it through. It's a nifty-looking design that makes opening bottles very easy on my hands despite my tendonitis. I only occasionally have troubles with the corkscrew going in off-center (I think because the surround can partially block your view of the corkscrew as you put it in, and the distance between handle and corkscrew tip decreases accuracy), and it isn't that large of a problem.
JGS350 "Julie G": I was a little disapointed when I received this item to find out it's all plastic except the corkscrew part. I've used it a few times and so far it's holding up, but I'm leary of how long it will hold up due to the materials. I'm afraid over time the handles will break off if there is too much pressure exerted. I've purchsed OXO products in the past and have always been pleased with the quality, just not this one. It has a 100% replacement guarantee but I'm sure the buyer would have to pay for shipping so I'm not sure it would even be worth the hassle-just buy a sturdier one. As I said I've just used this a few times and gave it 3 stars due to material construction. Only time will tell how long it really lasts.......
J. Kollasch: I owned one of those fancy rabbit style corkscrews for the past few years and each time I've had to re-teach myself how to use it. The last few times I've retaught myself I've ended up shredding the cork, pushing it inside the bottle of wine, and removing half of the corkscrew. After the third time the corkscrew ended up in the trash (after further examination determining that it was in fact broken) I decided I needed something a little more user friendly. Trusting the OXO brand for all of my kitchen desires this corkscrew seemed easy to use and not bulky like the one I had thrown away. Thus far this corkscrew has been one of my better acquisitions, no more corks shredding or ending up floating in my bottle of wine. It's so easy to use even I can do it and it has made all of my favorite bottles of wine much easier to access (which might be a bit dangerous to someone who loves wine!)
JoAnne Potter: Bought this to replace my all metal winged corcksrew, which lasted more than 25 years (I've lost track) and it doesn't have the same solid feel. It does work, though, and because of the long tunnel that houses the screw itself, does draw out the cork in a more constant and predictable angle. I like that, but the jury is out as of yet to see how long the plastic parts hold up.
JT: I'm a big fan of most OXO products. This wine opener is not as slick as most OXO products I have. Mainly due to fact it is somewhat bulky and all the bulk is plastic - not sure how long this will survive banging around in my utensils drawer before plastic cracks. My other wine opener has much less plastic and has been very durable (had for several years). In terms of actually opening wine, the OXO works pretty well - fairly easy and straightforward to get cork out of wine bottle though sometimes OXO can guide down slightly crooked with occasional cork breaking off.Overall 3.5 stars for price / value, lower than my usual OXO rating. I prefer my other corkscrew I bought on Amazon for around same price.h