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Women S Lightly Lined Strapless Bra Auden Soft Beige 38C
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: 38C. Color: Soft Beige. Gender: female. Age Group: adult. Material: Nylon.
David Marks "norcalidave": This updated set of OXO stainless steel measuring cups (with stronger handles) is, unfortunately still not adequate, at least not for the high price that OXO charges for them. They are a stylish set and I like the easily gripped, plastic-coated handles, but this product has some severe design problems.First of all, why would anyone want or need stainless steel measuring cups? I'm usually no fan of plastic, but straight-sided plastic cups are often more appropriate than these slant-sided stainless cups. You can't use these OXO cups to heat liquids in a microwave, because they are metal. And you can't accurately extrapolate "partial cup" ingredient amounts because these cups are tapered/slanted, which means that what looks like "half" of any one of these four cups, really isn't half.Furthermore you can't easily use this set on a stove top (to warm a liquid), because of their smaller, more unstable bottoms, plus the plastic coating on the handles gets too close to the flames from a gas burner, and may melt. Over the years I've found that the best compromise as far as measuring cups, is to have a couple of different-sized pyrex glass cups, along with a complete set of light weight plastic cups. The glass measuring cups can be used in the microwave and having the in-between measurements on the outside makes it easy to extrapolate amounts. I've never had any problem with my glass measuring cups, but for measuring out smaller amounts of dry ingredients, the plastic cup sets are perfect.So my question is, "Why did OXO decide to produce this stainless steel set of cups"? Furthermore, their price is higher than either high quality plastic cups or even larger glass cups. And as I mention above, these cups are tapered, with the base being a smaller diameter (and thus less stable). This stability problem also means that it's rather difficult to set even the largest stainless cup on a gas range top, without having it tip over. Plus these OXO cups don't stack in a cupboard drawer as compactly as straight-sided cups...All in all, these cups are an improvement over the original version (because the handles are now stronger), but this set still has all the above design problems!
David Wihowski: I love metal measuring cups for one reason. You can use them on the stove. No you don't cook in them. But if you need 1/3 C melted butter, you measure it into the cup and put it on a low burner. You can heat water for softening gelatin. If you don't care about making another dish dirty then use plastic measuring cups. But I would rather have 1 set that has more ways of being used.I also like the grippy handle and the balanced feel of these measuring cups.The one problem is that the handles bend sometimes. If you make a deep scoop into packed brown sugar you may have to straighten the handle afterward.I'm OK with straightening the handles occasionally because I like them so much otherwise.
Deborah Verlen "Deborah": If you like a good solid measuring cup then look no further! I was looking for a set of measuring cups to use as a scoop for my dog, cat and bird foods. These are stainless steel and strong. I've used plastic ones and the handles generally snap. The handles on these are nice in that they feature non-slip handles. When scooping the pet food you don't lose your grip and spill kibble or seed all over the place. They do come with a plastic ring that you can use to keep the cups together and then when you need one you can easily slip it off. I don't really need this feature, but it is a nice way to keep them together.
DeeDee Fox "Dee Dee Fox": This is a great little set. It is very solid and has a very nice feel to it. The rubber grippers on the handles are a nice touch as well. I love kitchen items that feel substantial, not flimsy, lightweight, or cheap. This set perfectly fits all my criteria. The measurements are marked in colored plastic on the rubber handle. At first I worried that the numbers might eventually fade from washing. However, upon closer inspection, it appears that this is created with an underlayment that provides color all the way down. So theoretically, the numbers won't wear off, and I think I can safely say this set is built to last.You can pop the cups on and off the ring for ease of use and cleaning.
Delaney: These are heavy duty. And I just love them. I bake a lot for all sorts of reasons and someone bought my a plastic set of measuring cups a few years ago from another reputable company and I thought these were the best cups I'd ever own. I was wrong, I love these. The handle is no slip in my hand, which comes in handy. the cups are heavier and a bit heavy duty, which is a plus if you use them a lot. You can take them off the little clasp and separate the cups. I just really appreciate the style and quality of these cups.