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Women S Lace Halter Bralette Auden Black XS
It’s easy to elevate your intimates with a layering piece making the Lace Halter Bralette from Auden™ a lovely addition to your collection of undergarments. The allover lace design lends the classically sweet look you love paired with removable padding for functional comfort. Its pretty design lends itself beautifully to layering under your favorite flowy tank top or drapey tee as the lacy material adds dainty detail peeking out from necklines and low-cut armholes. Whether you incorporate this piece into your everyday looks or you simply love wearing a pretty intimate under your clothing this lace bralette will have you feeling comfortable and beautiful from the inside out. Size: XS. Color: Black. Gender: female. Age Group: adult. Pattern: Solid. Material: Nylon.
Michael Gallagher: This set of measuring cups have the right feel and balance, and aren't too heavy or too light, as compared to others that we have in the house that are plastic. It also has a good balance in each of the sizes when you fill them up with either a liquid or powder on the counter and you don't feel like it will tip over. Overall, I like this set of measuring cups.Note: the pricing here is $19.99 as I type up this review, but I saw the same set at Khol's this week for $13.99.
Michael J. Cuneo: Love these measuring cups. They are heavy/substantial which I like. The wide flat bases are great and the rubber handles nice. The contract of the black rubber handles and the brushes stainless steal looks great as well.
Michael J. Edelman: Does Oxo make anything for the kitchen that isn't first rate? I have an Oxo can opener, Oxo vegetable peeler, mixing bowls, salad spinner, paring knife, offset serrated knife, strainer, and now these cups. They're made of heavy stainless steel that's not going to dent or rust. The molded on silicone handle coating is thick enough to insulate against heat, and after fruitlessly trying to pry it away from the metal, I'm pretty sure that it's on there for the life of the cups- which is to say a very, very long time.The cups snap on and off a plastic covered oval ring that makes them easy to store and use. I spent some time snapping them on and off to see if they'd loosen; they didn't. Unlike my Pyrex measuring cup set, these can't be microwaved, and they tend to tip over when placed empty on the counter. But they're ideal for measuring out dry goods, like flour and sugar. I used the 1, 1/2 and 1/4 cup to measure out flour for today's bread batch, and I found they were perfect for measuring out a cup and striking the top level with a small spatula.They're not as good as Pyrex cups for measuring liquid; a glass cup with divisions marked on the side makes it much easier to precisely measure quantities. Hot liquids will cool much faster in a heavy metal cup than in a glass measure, too. Some reviewers have complained that the handles are bendy and the cups are tippy, but my set have very stiff handles, and only the 1/4cup size is at all tippy. Perhaps they upgraded the design somewhere along the way.So: High quality, nearly indestructible, and ideal for dry measures. A bit more expensive than most measuring cup sets, but they should outlast a lot of cheaper sets.
Michael L. Knapp: Measuring cups are something you don't think much about. I've had the same set of plastic ones for more years than I can count & even thought all the numbers & markings have long since rubbed off I never thought of replacing them. Didn't know what I was missing. These measuting cups FEEL substantial in your hands. I have a feeling they will last forever & that I would lose them before they wore out. After uses they are easy to clean. The measuring is accurate. Every good cook needs quality implements & these are top quality. Most highly recommended.
Michael McKee "mystic cowboy": I expect Oxo products to be well designed and built. This measuring cup set certainly meets those standards. Finish is excellent, a brushed stainless that looks nice. The handles have Oxo's trademark sticky rubber grips that make holding the cups easy. There's a clever notch in each measuring cup that snaps into a holding ring for storage or hanging. The cups are thick stainless steel, very thick. The 1 and 1/2 cup measuring cups are substantial enough to replace garden digging tools. They are certainly stronger and stiffer than some trowels I've used. Is this a good thing or are these over designed and built? Probably a bit of both. Is it necessary to have steel two to three times thicker than standard measuring cups? Not really, but it looks cool.