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Women S Lace Halter Bralette Auden Pink S
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.
Eric Miller: Makes very nice shoestring fries and is very simple to use. My daughter and I actually had fun turning a 10 lb bag of potatoes into fries that we bagged and froze for later use :)This cutter was very easy to disassemble and clean as well however take care as the blades are VERY sharp!
Ervin W. Schrader "Expert what?": Works but I wish i would bought a better one. Don't recommend this for a lot of use, only casual use.
ETD: When you buy items like this, site unseen, it's a bit of a roll of the dice, so you count on other reviewers to tell you what it "feels" like. It was inexpensive, and most other reviewers gave it a thumbs up, so I gave it a try.I'm quite happy with this item, it's solid, well built, works smoothly, doesn't jamb or clog up, and "feels" like it will last a long time. Most of what I just said is attributed to a thoughtful design, it actually looks like someone who uses these things to slice food, sat down with the engineers and said "hey you stupid engineer, this is how you should do it". One major plus in my mind, is the fact that it comes apart quickly and easily for cleaning. The chamber where you load the uncut food could be a little bit longer, the average russet potato that you get at the store doesn't quite fit, but big deal, you trim one end off, or cut it in half, and push it through.
Gary D. Gentzler: I like the cutter very much, but is is a little flimsy, although it does the job. It doesn't seem to open far enough for the average-size potato, and I need to cut about 1" off the spud before I cut it; otherwise, it works great. - Gary
Georgia Vallejos: I had an old french fry cutter that I finally tossed because it was rusty (yuck). I got this one, and have to say that I am very happy with it. I am surprised that some people wrote that it takes quite a bit of force. I was expecting it to take some muscle, so I put my potato in there and gave it a hefty pull. The potato went through like butter and flew halfway across the counter. I didn't hardly use any force on the next spud, and it went through like butter again. This time it didn't fly away. I am a 55-year-old, 100 pound lady, not the incredible hulk! It would be nice if the base was just an inch longer but for the price, I will cut my potatoes in half. It still makes nice size fries. In fact, I prefer the shorter, stumpier fries. They look more homemade and fit on a plate better.