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Women S Signature Smooth Comfort Bralette Auden Mauve XS Pin
Your everyday intimates get a simply feminine look with the Second Skin Comfort Bralette from Auden™. With a pullover design this is a perfect layering piece for casual tops and tanks. Composed of a light nylon blend this construction offers a barely there feel for total comfort and you’ll love the beautiful elegance of a plunging V-neckline with thin over-the-shoulder straps. You can find the right fit with the help of adjustable sliders on the straps and an unlined cup rounds out the piece for support that maintains a natural comfortable shape. Size: XS. Color: Mauve. Gender: female. Age Group: adult. Pattern: Solid.
rhea: For a while I thought this thing was junk or just not sharp enough but it turns out it just wasn't able to handle the really hard raw sweet potatoes I was using. The sweet potatoes were also so much larger and longer that I had to cut them into 1/4ths just to get them to fit. It should be said though that even when putting an absurd amount of leverage into the device it didn't break or warp (although even then it wouldn't cut).I tried it again recently with an actual russet potato and it worked great! The only problem is you can't get absurdly long fries with this thing, we still had to cut the potato in half. But it went right through and saved me a lot of chopping time.Be careful also of the potatoes SHOOTING out after putting in the leverage necessary to cut them.The best thing about it is that by cutting all potatoes into same-size pieces they now all cook evenly!I can't say "I couldn't live without it" but on occasion it has been useful.
Rob & T "I believe in Miracles": Easy to clean. The front blade enclosure pops out for washing or into the dish washer. Seems strong. It easily cuts through large potatoes to made tasty fries. A must have product if you get a deep fryer.
Robert D. Wanless "Jarhead Ret": I waited about a year to review this product because I wanted to see if it would last a year--it did. I want to point out that this is a home sized potato and vegetable cutter. It makes great french fries and is a helpful onion cutter. It is not difficult to clean.However, it is a smaller sized cutter. If you were looking for a french fry maker for a comerical kitchen, I recommend going bigger than this one.If you are cooking for a family of five, this is a good way to go.
Ronald Edwards "roneedwards": After reading all the reviews, both negative and positive I went ahead a purchased this fine cutter. It is, indeed, a great french fry cutter. I have used both the 1/2" and 1/4" cutters. I have used Russet potatoes, and Yukon Gold. I cut the Russet in half which gives me several inches of length. The 1/4" cutter takes more strength to push down. I do cut both ends off the potato to make it easier to cut, and push down with a swift, hard push. I wash the potatoes in cold running water, and dry in a cloth kitchen towel. I use a T-fal fryer with only 1/2tb of oil for 20 min. Excellent fries, though not quite McDonald's, but close. The cutter does need some strength to push down. It is sturdy, if the suction plate is properly sealed so it does not move. The potatoes will fly out, so have a towel to catch them. All in all you can't beat this for price and sturdiness if the instructions are followed. The more expensive cutters have a larger lever that aids the cutting, but is it worth a whole lot more?
Rubab Khan: I would be very happy to give this a 5 star rating, since I actually like this and use it a lot, but can't give more than 3 because of a serious flaw in the design. The plastic "tooth" like part that pushes potato into the blade very easily come unhinged and gets stuck in the blade-frame. When that happens, you can take neither the tooth nor blade out. I managed to go through this about 20-30 times before the smaller hole blade and tooth in separably stuck, and I had to then break that tooth/pusher to get it working again. It with works fine with the remaining tooth and blade, and I am now very careful after every push to make sure that the clips are in place holding the pusher. But this would be very easily avoided if the manufacturer bothered to use test this in a real kitchen at all.Would recommend this, but not enthusiastically.