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Women S Lightly Lined Strapless Bra Auden Soft Beige 38DD
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: 38DD. Color: Soft Beige. Gender: female. Age Group: adult. Material: Nylon.
W. Bumgarner "bbum": This product works. Cheap, small, and easy to clean.However, it is fairly small. Any decent sized spud will have to be trimmed down to fit.You'll also generally want to cut the spud in half and put the flat side towards the pusher. Works better that way.An excellent entry point.
W. Roberts: This cutter does a nice job of cutting fries the consistency is great so that french frying is even. The cutter needs to be attached to a surface to work best.
Andromeda: My wife has had a White Mountain Apple Peeler and Corer and it broke after many many years of use. When I purchased this item, and received it. It was better that the one we used to have and also came with an extra cutting blade. Hello to my Future Apple Pies : >)
Anonymous_me: update May 2012: I saw a couple of videos, people were using this device. They were preparing apples to go into a dehydrator. How these people got this thing to work, I'll never understand. But its only fair to say that some have made it work. As for me, I don't want one of these.I've tried this thing at least 3, maybe 4 times now. Granny Smith apples must be the roundest apples you can find. I've read some reviews about apple peelers that say round apples work best. Its also best to use fresh, firm apples.Tonight, I pulled this "not-so-handy-dandy" gadget out for one final try. I had a very nice, fresh Granny Smith.This gadget is a total waste. Its hard to get the apple lined up perfectly, as mother nature didn't grow them to be used in this machine. Even though it can't be lined up perfectly, the coring part still works fairly well. Its all down from there.One must swing the little cutting arm around and hold it in place as the apple rotates. So, right from the get-go, at least a quarter of the apple will go unpeeled. But no matter how you adjust the blade, it still won't do most of the apple well.What you end up with is a buch of rings (actually, a large spiral that can easily be cut into rings). Some will have been peeled, some not.Now you get to peel rings, which is 20 times harder than just peeling the apple when it was whole.I can't believe how many people are saying wonderful things about this contraption. Maybe they're more talented than I, who knows? I'm gadget-happy and really wanted this to work. It doesn't.I don't know how large food companies peel their apples. I doubt they use this device. Someone said this was great for an older person. I can't see how. Another said that it was great, they peeled a bushel of apples quickly. Last time I used this device, I did a bag of maybe 10 or 12 apples. It seems to me that each apple is just wasting more time.I'm glad for the people that are happy with this product, all these glowing reviews couldn't all be fakes, written by company employees. I just don't get it. It seems to me that by its very design, its doomed.As far as peeling potatos with this, the first potato I tried didn't fit, too big. And not all potatos are perfectly rounded. I don't see any potential for this productI know OXO makes pretty good stuff, I know they make good peelers, they probably make an apple corer. If you have a good peeler (or even a crummy one like I have), you can do anything. This gadget is a time waster, and a waste of space.I thought I saw a video at YouTube on using one of these. I wanted to laugh.This is almost like a wood lathe, if you know what that is.
Beth "SB": It does a good job on a nice firm apple but if it is slightly soft things go bad. The apples fall apart and the peeling process becomes uneven. I also have trouble with attaching it to different surfaces. Sometimes you have to add a cutting board (on top) or a piece of wood under the table for it to tighten properly. On a good day it makes apple preparation go so fast it's amazing.