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Women S Lightly Lined Strapless Bra Auden Cocoa 34C Brown
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: 34C. Color: Cocoa. Gender: female. Age Group: adult. Material: Nylon.
: wow this is a truly amazing salad spinner. it keeps washed leaves fresh & crisp for a long time (5 days is the longest ive tried before eating them). usually, we would try different ways of washing & storing lettuce but even after 2 days it would get soggy & brownish. this makes eating salad into an easy meal. no more washing and towel-drying the salad. this gets it pretty dry after like 3 cycle-brake sets.my mom has even started using it to store cilantro (which she always complained about it going bad too fast previously). so this has totally increased the salad consumption in our household (& we are mostly vegetarian!). now its fun to try making new dressings each time.oh yeah, before i forget, slice avocado in your salad!
ABBEY "ABBEY": this works so well i have no complaints at all i hope it lasts as i have gone through too many spinners, others that werent made as well and i love that it comes with a cover so i can spin the greens then remove the basket and spinner top and store the bowl with cover in the fridge till i need to dress the salad in my salad bowl,i have also put potato salad in the bowl with the cover its really quite nice to have more uses than just as a spinner but if it had only one use id still like it the whole thing is stable and one touch of the button will stop the spinning and you can lock the spinnertop on so no wild lettuce flying around the room as with the string spinners. i recommend this
Abner's Mother: Years, and years ago my Daddy who was a fantastic gardener gave me a fantastic salad spinner, but after many, many spins it gave out. I bought at least three spinners after that--all went to the dump. Cook's Ilustrated Test Kitchen recommended the Oxo Salad Spinner and I love Cook's for their testing--they really are the Consumer Reports of the cooking world--and it lived up to their ratings. I expect to have this spinner working for me the rest of my life.
Agatha Higginbottom "Aggie": I bought this spinner to replace an older model that was years old because the plastic spinner basket had gotten brittle and was starting to break apart when I washed it. Salad spinners are great at getting most of the moisture off freshly washed greens. I kept the outside plastic bowl from my older spinner because it's still in very good shape and is useful as a salad bowl. This is a very useful kitchen tool.
A. Gehlke "Cat Mom": I had a pull cord salad spinner for about 16 years and loved it! It was great at removing water from salad greens. I used to get my greens really dry, with just a couple of pulls of the cord I'd find lots of water at the bottom of the bowl and lettuce leaves nice and dry. After 16 years my old one was a bit warped from years of use so I decided to get a new spinner and decided to try this pump style.I was thrilled to get a new unit but soon discovered that it didn't dry the greens as efficiently as the pull cord one did. I have to press the pump a couple times, stop the spinning, lift the inner basket and shake the greens around, then spin again. I do this three times every time I use the unit in order to get my greens as dry as my old spinner did. Good grief it takes three times whereas my old pull cord spinner removed the same amount of liquid without me having to remove the inner basket and shake the greens around three times. I can see the difference with the amount of water left inside the base unit comparing it to the pull cord spinner. Another thing is that I used to keep my greens inside my old spinner (inner basket removed) and store it in the fridge that way. This spinner is too big (high)to keep in the fridge AND the inner basket must be kept inside the unit in order for the cover to be used, if you remove the inner basket the cover will fall inside the clear container. Another thing is you have to hold onto the unit while the basket is spinning because otherwise it wobbles like a top since the unit is top heavy and the bottom of the bowl is fairly small. The corded spinner that I previously used did not do that because the bottom of the bowl was wide and flat and the cover is fairly light to the unit is more balanced.I'm really disappointed with this unit and will be going back to the pull cord spinner.