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Women S Lightly Lined Strapless Bra Auden Black 34DDD
The Lightly Lined Strapless Bra from Auden™ provides the versatility you need in your intimates — because every outfit has specific undergarment needs so you can go about your day in complete comfort. With lightly lined cups this bra offers the coverage and shaping you need for confident wear while its strapless design lends itself beautifully to strapless blouses tanks or any top with minimal coverage around the neck and shoulders. If you’re looking for a little more support you can always transition this piece to a more classic bra with the included detachable straps and you’ll love the sleek design of a solid color with a plain center gore and underband for simple style that doesn’t intrude on the look and comfort of your everyday outfits. Size: 34DDD. Color: Black. Gender: female. Age Group: adult. Material: Nylon.
Catherine Anderson: I wanted to get rid of the drip maker I had to keep replacing too often. Nothing last anymore. This was going to be perfect because it would not take up counter space and I could put it away if need be. It makes good coffee but I am going through so much coffee it is ridiculous. I never had to use so much coffee in the drip maker. I find I am using so much more coffee that I used to or it comes out too weak. Kind of disappointed.
C. B. Farley "DeadGuy": This pot is great if you like percolated coffee. But, take the coffee chamber out immediately after it is finished brewing. Rather than a warming coil, this pot re-percolates the coffee to keep it hot. Leaving the coffee chamber in will make for a very strong second cup.Other than that, this little pot is perfect for that afternoon or after dinner cup.
CFB: I gave up on drip coffee makers because I like really HOT coffee -- cannot be TOO hot! This is perfect for using daily. It makes great hot coffee surprisingly quickly. The two things I would point out is  don't make more than you will drink within just a few minutes because the coffee becomes burned tasting within about 10 minutes, and  this little guy pulls 1000 watts -- that's a lot of electricity. For this reason I make enought for two mugs and unplug it after is stops perking. This keeps the second mugful from tasting old and also saves on power.I do recommend this product -- just wish they were still made in the USA. I paid $19.99 for mine at Macy's one day sale with a $10 coupon. Don't pay more than $30. I noticed people on eBay paying up to $50 for this same unit.Enjoy!!!
Charlie Griffin: I bought this little pot after I tasted perked coffee at a private, catered brunch. The caterer had one of those big, cheap old-fashioned percolators. I poured a cup, took a sip and OMG! That was the BEST cup of coffee I have ever had! I asked him if it was the brand of coffee he was using and he said no, that it was just regular coffee but that the percolator made a difference.Anyway, I bought the Farberware 4-cup since I would be making coffee for myself only most mornings. I've been using it for about 9 months. Well, this morning I plug it up and nothing happens. I check the connections and they seem to be ok. I unplug the cord from the pot and replug, nothing. So then I had to dump out the water and coffee. After examining the pot, I heard something jingling inside. I looked at the bottom and noticed that one of the little metal prongs where the plug plugs into the pot was gone. It's inside the bottom of the damn pot! Evidently those prongs deteriorate and then break off.I want to get the 4-cup repaired, but I will probably have to spend the same as it would cost to buy a new one. This doesn't seem cost effective to me. Plus, if Farberware is cutting corners using cheaper parts, then they should lower the cost of the pot!What I did like about this pot is that it heated very quickly. It took about 2 minutes to brew 4 cups. The coffee tasted fine. The one drawback is that the pot does not turn off. You MUST unplug it immediately after you pour (if you have memory lapses). If you forget to unplug it, the pot will continue to heat and burn up all residue left inside.Oh, one more thing. If you use regular ground store-bought coffee, you will have "mud" at the bottom of your cup. You would probably need to grind your own beans more coarsely to eliminate the mud or use a paper coffee filter inside the basket. I just tolerate the mud.
ChattTraveler: Coffee is great in this perk; my only complaint is the lid is difficult to remove, and when hot, you have to maneuver it in a way so you don't get fingers singed. It is recommended to remove the basket after brewing, and that is no easy task when hot. I like the way it keeps coffee hot without burning. About as messy as a press to clean. Do think we are getting a 12 cup in this brand, as the 8 cup doesn't make enough for 4 cups of coffee in our 9 ounce coffee cups.