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Toddler Girls Unicorn Short Sleeve T Shirt Cat Jack Blue 12M
Fill her day with love and magic with the Unicorn Short-Sleeve T-Shirt from Cat and Jack™. Made from a lightweight fabric to keep her cool and comfy this toddler girls' crewneck tee can be layered under her zip-up hoodies or jackets making it a great year-round wear piece. Fashioned in a light blue hue it features allover unicorn prints with blue outlines for sweet flair. Have her pair it with anything from denim shorts to printed leggings for versatile casualwear options. We designed this product using at least 20percent recycled polyester (excluding trimmings ornamentation interlinings and linings; see below for full fiber content) a fabric that’s created by turning old plastic into new polyester fibers. Making products with recycled polyester helps prevent plastic waste from ending up in landfills — another way we're committed to promoting sustainability. We made it better so you can feel better. To keep you safe from harmful substances this product has been independently tested and certified against a list of over 350 harmful chemicals according to strict STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX guidelines. Size: 12M. Gender: female. Material: Cotton.
Jeri Zerr "formerly a Road Warrior of the Nth...: Well my last set of measuring cups bit the dust when they somewhat melted in the dishwasher. I've been looking for a new set, taking my time for that perfect set.These OXO's seemed pretty sturdy. WOW, they are indeed robust. They are NOT for use in a microwave nor on a low burner. However they could be set on that warm stove for gentle melting of the measured ingredient. The rubber handles allow for a very easy grip. These came in 1/4 cup, 1/3 cup, 1/2 cup and 1 cup sizes. They are a very high quality stainless steel that should be free of rust for many many years. Happy measuring!
Jessica Weissman "poet and computer programmer": This set of stainless steel measuring cups with easy to grip handles is accurate, or at least its measurements match my other measuring cup sets. The handles on the current incarnation don't bend (far from it). The oval shapes are attractive and modern-looking.So what's not to like? The thickness of the rubber grips means that the cups don't fit into each other compactly. If you're going to hang them that's not an issue. But if you want to fit them into a low-depth drawer you may have problems. Also, the price is on the high end for what you get.To sum up: if you want stainless steel measuring cups and don't need to nest them in a shallow drawer these are fine. If your drawer is shallow you may want to look elsewhere. Also, only you can decide if the price/value ratio is right as compared to the alternatives.
J. Harley: I previously used metal and plastic measuring cups and was looking for a new set. This set is the best of both worlds. You get a brushed metal body with rubber covered handles. Each cup has a brightly colored measurement indicator. The cups all stack inside each other and attach to a large hook. The hook is a little cumbersome, making it likely you'll knock off other cups while removing the intended cup. I just keep them stacked on a counter. Quality is decent compared to some of my other cups, including my previous metal cups which were prone to bent handles. I tried bending these handles intentionally to test durability and they appear to stand up to all but the toughest abuse. Measurements are 1/4 cup, 1/3 cup, 1/2 cup and 1 cup.
Jill Guntur: When I was little my Mom had stainless steel measuring cups. They were the best. But they hurt my fingers. The edges were not that easy to hold and over time gave way to tacky plastic measuring cups with easier handles.And then.... The OXO good grips came out. The nesting cups with the rectangle bar (the sides of the end of each cup has a cut out so they can easily "hang" onto the hook)It really is the best of what I loved and remember with such fondness and a drastic improvement on what didn't work about that design.These measuring cups have found a welcomed home with me!
Jim: Please note that these cups have an "updated design," which I assume refers to them having stronger, less flexible handles than cups made in accord with a previous design. Some customers complained about handles bending.These replace a Trudeau 5-Piece Measuring-Cup Set that I bought from Amazon in 2008. They are said to be made of "strong, shock-resistant ABS plastic," but the handle on the 1 cup size snapped off when I was digging flour from a bag. Also, pouring just boiled water into the Trudeau cups caused the bottoms of the cups to form hairline spider-web type cracks - cosmetic only, no leaks, but not something I appreciated.I own several OXO Good Grips kitchen products and they've yet to disappoint. These cups are indeed quite sturdy, they can accommodate boiling water if necessary, and though I now avoid using any measuring cup to scoop flour out of tightly packed bags of flour, I trust that if I wasn't overly rough the handles would not bend in the process. The handle on the 1 cup size cup is the one that is most likely to bend, but it seems quite sturdy and strong. (After breaking the handle of the Trudeau measuring cup I decided to fill measuring cups with flour by using a spoon instead of using the cup as a scoop, and I plan to continue that practice with the OXO cups even though it may not be necessary.)There are no markings on the cups other than on each rubberized handle, so it is not clear when you have exactly one cup of, say, water. So I compared these cups against a well-marked heavy clear glass Anchor-Hocking 2-cup size measuring cup to see. Basically, if the OXO cups are full but not so full that they are brimming, they equal the measurement markings on the Anchor-Hocking. If they are brimming and I transfer the liquid to the Anchor-Hocking without spilling, they are just a tiny bit over the Anchor-Hocking marking.The cups clip onto an oblong ring, which I do not use as I keep measuring cups in a drawer and use them often enough that I would find it a hassle to have to deal with the ring.Before I bought the Trudeau cups (which as I say above, was in 2008), I read reviews on Amazon and elsewhere for many different kinds of measuring cups. I passed on these OXO cups back then because of reviews that mentioned the "bendy handles." Had it not been for that, these would've been my choice back then. OXO has since fixed the problem and unless I should lose one of these cups I imagine they will last a lifetime. As I say above, I own several OXO kitchen products and they've yet to disappoint (e.g., meat pounder, pastry brush, spoons, kitchen brush, etc.). I've even bought some OXO kitchen products for my amateur gourmet cook daughter and she loves them. They're ergonomic, well-built and practical. I will probably buy her a set of these cups.Highly recommended.