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Women S Wide Scoop Neck Bralette Auden Black XS
Freshen up your everyday intimates with the Square-Neck Bralette from Auden™. With a classic bralette shape and pullover design this is a perfect layering piece for casual tops and tanks. Composed of a light nylon blend fabric the construction offers a barely there feel for total comfort and you’ll love the sleek design of a square neckline thin over-the-shoulder straps and a plain back. 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: Black. Gender: female. Age Group: adult. Pattern: Solid.
GS "GS": I looked at a lot of salad spinners and tried several models out at Wal-Mart, William-Sonoma et al. The Oxo is a very sturdy and elegant design, and we use it all of the time.It is dishwasher safe, the mechanism used to spin the salad basket is a cleverly designed push piston, it has a built in basket brake so you can stop the basket spinning, and the bowl can double as a salad bowl.A great product that I would highly recommend.
G. Speck: Work well. Keep in mind you press down on the top. Do not pound it, it spins with little pressure. After it begins to spin, you can add pressure and increase speed. This way you do not over stress parts. Works quite well.
gwajean: This is a good product for drying out vegetables. It takes much less time to spin this than to pat lettuce dry. I only use it when I am making large amounts of salad because it is big and takes up a lot of room on my counter.I would buy it again and recomend it for people eating a lot of salads.
Hal C Maulden: I really like the way you can use the spinner without having the bear hug it to hold it down. No water on the counter is also nice.
Happy Shopper "Rick": No other salad spinner compares. I want the smaller model as well. Both can be used for other things such as spining the seeds out of tomatoes (yes, you do have to cut them first).