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Women S Unlined Racerback Bralette Auden Blue Tie Dye XL
Women's Unlined Racerback Bralette - Auden Blue Tie-Dye XL Color: Blue/Tie-Dye. Gender: female. Age Group: adult. Pattern: Tie Dye Design. Material: Nylon.
Patrick K. Miller "Keeper of Nothing": I have had these for over two years and they work great. No handles broken off, and they look like new. Worth the money, and Amazon is great.:-)
pickures: I do a lot of bread baking and I needed extra measuring cups. I wanted stainless steel and these fit the bill, the plus side of having the little pouring spouts on each one of them also works out very well because now I can use them for wet ingredients just as much as dry ingredients. worth the money to be sure
PWTSM: I use these for basic cooking and baking. The heaviest foods I've put in them would be apple sauce and peanut butter, and I had no problems so far. I've owned them for about 6 years and use them about once or twice a month. The handles may look like they are glued on but I believe it is an electrical weld, or at least that is what a mechanic told me he thought it was.I would not consider them to be flimsy or light weight, but they are not heavy duty either. I consider them to be basic middle of the road measuring cups. Worth what I paid. To me these are worth about $8 to $10 but not much more.I am careful with stainless steel, as some manufacturers take short cuts and use low quality ingredients in their stainless (you will see pitting if it's low quality or poorly made). I see nothing that would indicate this is low quality stainless steel. It is highly polished and has no pitting. I'm surprised at the quality since they are made in China and due to so many Chinese manufacturers making low quality (even dangerous or toxic) products I usually don't buy or use anything made in China. But, on close inspection I am happy with the quality of these cups.If I were a professional baker or if I expected to use my measuring cups every day I would invest in a better set that are one piece (the handles are not welded on but are part of the cup) since that would make them very strong. Like theseAmco Advanced Performance Measuring Cup Set. Or I'd get the kind that have the handles riveted on, like theseAll-Clad Stainless Measuring Cup Set. But again, these Amco Basic's are just fine for my purposes (for the average cook), and I don't want to spend $25 to $50 on measuring cups (and many cannot afford that).My only wish is that they had a 1/8 cup to make it a set of 5. I bought a 1/8 cup locally and the 1/8 cup is a flimsy piece of crapola. But it was not from Amco.
Ratmammy "The Ratmammy": The Amco 4-piece Steel Measuring Cup Set is something I use all the time. They are sturdy and well manufactured and I don't think they will be falling apart very soon. I bought it as an extra set of measuring cups I can use when cooking, but I now consider this set my main one. I consider this purchase a good investment and will most certainly purchase other Amco products in the future.
S. Williams: I can't recommend these measuring cups. The handles aren't very strongly attached; shortly after I purchased a set, I was holding the one-cup measuring cup by the handle while it was full of flour, and the cup snapped off and fell to the floor.