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Women S Lace Halter Bralette Auden Pink M
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: Pink. Gender: female. Age Group: adult. Pattern: Solid. Material: Nylon.
Cheryl Stout "broiderqueen - army mama": I made some chocolate chip cookies yesterday and used my new OXO measuring cups. I had a set of their old ones and these ones are much improved.1. These handles do not bend when scooping, whether it be flour or brown sugar. I tried to bend by hand and wasn't able to do that either. Kudos to OXO for this much needed improvement.2. I don't find these "cups" tippy at all. They are very secure sitting on the counter even with ingredients added.3. I like the brushed stainless steel appearance. That are smooth feeling and not rough brushed. The edges of the cups are smooth and straight, not sharp.4. The colored measurement numbers are actually embedded in the handles rather than just painted on and should last for the life of the cup IMO.5. You have to twist and click to get the cups off of the connecting ring rather than just pulling straight out. Snug fit. I know in our household the ring will probably disappear before too long.6. The tops of the cups are straight across and it's easy to level dry ingredients with a knife.7. The cups seem to be true to size to me and my cookies turned out great but I'm not an exact cook so I didn't weigh ingredients to see if cup measurement is precise.The only negatives:A. Since the handles are covered with thick rubber, ingredients catch around the handles, making them harder to clean but the rubber does make them easier to grip when your hands are wet. Trade-off.B. I do wish there were 2/3 and 3/4 cup sizes.C. The price is a bit spendy for measuring cups but these should last for a long, long time.OXO does make a plastic set that is about half the price and has the 2/3 and 3/4 cups for those who are interested.OXO Good Grips 6-Piece Measuring Cup Set, Updated Design
CherylW: I waited for some time to commit to a good metal set of measuring cups. I had in my mind the perfect set but was not will to pay a bunch of money towards it. The set fits the bill. Nice weight to the individual cups and they separate from the hanging hook easily for use. They clean up nicely.
Chipmunk Paw: I already had similar measuring cups but I figured I could always use more. These are my favorites, my "go to" measuring cups. They are very sturdy and well-marked. They actually look larger than my other sets - but I checked and the measurements are correct. I expect they will last a long time! They are a pleasure to use and come through the dishwasher well.
ChristianChick'sThoughts: These are easily the best measuring cups I've ever owned. They are sturdy and easy to handle. At first, I was concerned that their shape would cause them to be unbalanced ... and when they're empty, they do tip over easily. But as soon as they have something in them, they're quite balanced. Some reviewers have mentioned that the handles bend too easily. Yes, they are a bit bendy, but not to the point that would bother me--and certainly nothing like the cheap metal cups on the market. The only thing I don't like about these cups is they don't nest very well. The cups all fit inside one another, but the handles stick up. The picture definitely doesn't accurately represent how they look when stacked together. But overall, I really like these cups, and I definitely recommend them.
Christopher Barrett "Evil Corgi": I say initial because I can possibly foresee the handles loosening and not staying clipped onto the ring. I'll explain:These measuring cups have a kind of hook on the handle that is open. The hook has rubberized sides. This hook slips onto the included plastic ring. The cups get wedged on and don't come off. To pull one off, you just give it a nice tug or twist. But if the rubberized part wears out, or if the ring gets worn, then I can foresee these not staying on the ring.But since I am replacing a terrible plastic set, these are like Ferraris comparatively. They are hefty and good quality construction. The stainless steel is welcome. I have since replaced all of my measuring utensils with stainless steel or glass. No more plastic.I will update the quality as I use them, but my initial impression is that they are very good and worth the price.