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Baby Toddler Grid Flounced Velcro Closure Sandals
Baby Toddler Grid Flounced Velcro Closure Sandals Review
Tina D. Savage "Real Consumer": This is a nice little pot for the price- used it for the first time this last weekend. Served its purpose beautifully.
Vicki of CA: I replaced my 45 year old double boiler given to me used by my Mom years ago. It was time!! This is the perfect size for me as I cook only for two people. It is very well built and functional. Perfect for my Hollandaise and Bernaise sauces! Love it!
Amazon Customer: I bought this a few years ago from Amazon. I used it once. In the cabinet it sits, just waiting to be thrown out.It does not work well at all. It is difficult to push the vegetables through. A large portion of them do not get cut up. It is a hassle to try to get this thing clean.What a nightmare! Avoid this at all costs. I beg of you.
Carole: Everything I have ever purchased with the Hoffritz name up until now has been great. Maybe this slicer is too, but being one who cannot figure things out without directions, my many attempts to use it have been in vain. The enclosed brochure doesn't help you much in placing the blades correctly, using the holding mechanism, and the little rack that holds the other blades is very flimsy with no directions on how to use it.I took a chance when buying it after reading the mixed reviews, but it was a Hoffritz and was on sale for a cheap price, so I took a chance. Since it only cost ..., it's not worth spending the money returning. I'll just use the metal bowl and lid. The rest I'll ...
ChrisNY: I used a cheap plastic mandoline for years. It finally broke on me and I replaced it with this. I used to use my first one all the time, but I actually avoid using this one. The top doesn't fit that snugly on the bowl and it flops up and down when you're slicing. Food seems to get jammed in the blades and there are only two slicing thicknesses - kind of thin and kind of thick. The food holder has these annoying metal pins that are supposed to move up as you slice, but I end up scraping metal to metal most of the time. There are two other blade types - julienne, which made a mess and french fry, which was pretty good.Overall, I'd have to say it was just okay - but certainly cheaper than my other options which frankly, look a little scary.