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Women S Lace Halter Bralette Auden Green L
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. Color: Green. Gender: female. Age Group: adult. Pattern: Solid. Material: Nylon.
Chad R: Not a bad knife. Sharp, seems to maintain the edge well enough. My main gripe is the handle is too light and too small for me.
Chigirl: I also bought the 4 inch paring knife. Both knives are must haves for any kitchen. They handle great and makes cutting enjoyable.
Debbie Lee Wesselmann: This mid-priced line of Henckel knives, called "Classic" by the company, is a full-tang, single-piece, three-rivet line with sturdy black plastic handles. The handles are notched at the end to prevent the hand from sliding off during use. Although they are not razor sharp right from the package, their edges are sharp enough for the average cook. According to Henckel, all knives in this line are dishwasher safe, but you should expect more rapid dulling under the harsh conditions.The chef's knife is perfectly weighted toward the blade for efficient chopping, especially if you use the chef's technique of lifting the base of the blade but not the tip. The arc of the curve falls more toward the middle of the blade than it does on my other brands of chef knives, creating more of a rocking motion than a straight up-and-down. The handle is ample for even the largest of hands, but not so large to be inconvenient for those with smaller hands like me.
Elizabeth N. Walters "Beth W": Sweet knife and great price. I have been needing a chef knife for awhile as I had an old cheap one. I was planning on spending $100 on one, but decided to go with this one because of the good reviews. Glad I did. The handle is nice and heavy balancing the cutting action nicely. Blade is nice and sharp. Very professional and not as pricey as other pro knives out there. Highly recommended! Thanks!
Gary "Music Man": I purchased this Henckels knife over thirty years ago and here is what happened when I contacted Henckels to see if their warranty would cover the wooden handle which had rotted over time. I talked to a woman about the handle and she said I would need to ship it to them at my expense so they could see it and make a decision. I shipped it to them and they returned the knife without repair or replacement. Henckels stated the reason was because the handle was not covered under the warranty. This left me very angry because (1) I initially discussed the handle problem over the phone with them and they could have told me then about the handle not being covered, (2) to have me ship the knife to them and return it with no warranty coverage was a surprise because I don't see anything in their advertising that says knife handles not covered. This is why I give the knife only 2 stars. I shall never purchase another Henckels product, on principle alone. With all the above said, my knife is an old carbon steel henckels knife that takes and keeps an edge like none of the modern stainless knives. It is my favorite of all time and I truly love the knife. I recently spent my own hard-earned money to replace the handle, which was a custom job. Based on my experience, I would say that Henckels knives may be good products, but Henckels lifetime knife warranty does not cover the handle. Cheap, cheap, cheap.