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Women S Wide Scoop Neck Bralette Auden Black XXL
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: XXL. Color: Black. Gender: female. Age Group: adult. Pattern: Solid.
Jomy V. Muttathil "AAPL genius": A lot of thought was obviously put into this product. It is well designed and manufactured from high quality materials. I expect it will last me many years.Unlike some other reviewers I had no problem with speed. I sifted 3 cups of flour in under a minute. I did notice that the mesh screen at the bottom of the sifter can be removed for cleaning. I also noticed that it can become dislodged and not flush with the agitator at the bottom of the sifter. This may be why some folks are experiencing slow sifting. They may simply need to realign the mesh screen properly.The plastic lids that come with this sifter are a brilliant addition. Put the bottom lid on when scooping the flour into the sifter then put the top lid on while shaking to keep the flour from shaking out the top. Then use both lids when storing the unit.The metal is a very sturdy but I was disappointed by the plastic handle. I would have preferred the rubberized grip OXO uses for most of their other products.(-1 star)
J. Osborn: I've tried to up the rating to five stars and can't figure out how to do that. I originally gave this four stars because I feel the design could be greatly improved with very little change. Based on experience with other sifters, I felt I was being too tough and wanted to change to five stars.When I was a kid (many, many years ago) my mother had a sifter than had a long, straight handle. You could shake this sifter side to side or hold the sifter in one hand and rapidly move the handle back and forth with the other hand. It was the best sifter I've ever used and I've been looking for something like it ever since I started baking on my own. This sifter gave me a hint that it might work the same way that old sifter did, and it's close.The sifter is very well made. It is about 4 1/2" in diameter across the top and 3 1/2" across the bottom. It will hold about three cups of flour, although it's only marked to two cups. The "cup" portion is definitely quality stainless steel. The pivot point of the handle is hidden under the "comfort grip" portion, so I can't tell what the connection is like. There are no holes or openings in the "cup" portion that will leak flour. The caps are a nice addition, especially the bottom cap. With that on, you don't need to be concerned about the sifter dusting everything in the cupboard with flour.Another reviewer said it is very slow. I've just tried mine out, and found out a few things I'd like to share. Please keep in mind that I use home-milled, whole grain flour, so my experience might be a little different from one using all-purpose flour.If I put less than 2 cups of flour in the sifter, it worked better than if I filled it up. When I filled it, hardly any flour would sift. I found shaking it from side to side was on the slow side, even with a smaller amount. Using the memory of my mother's sifter, I tried holding the cup and moving the handle back and forth with my other hand. This worked VERY well, and the sifting was as fast as any other sifter I've used. When moving the handle back and forth it was going across the entire bottom and ending against the side. The little "bump" against the side seemed to make the difference between fast and slow sifting. My problem is that I have small hands and it was uncomfortable for me to put my hand across the top of the opening.OXO, if you're listening, please make a smaller size of this with a smaller "can". This would be the perfect sifter if it was small enough for me to hold comfortably in one hand. And that's saying a lot since I've been looking for a good sifter for 30 years!
Kathy "AnUnnaturalCook": I have had this sifter for 5 years. Until this holiday season, I was an occasional user. I like how the small sift area. I like how this didn't rust. I like the top and bottom covers a lot. However, today my sifter fell apart from all the sifting! I guess I was giving the handle too much stress. I am amazed that this isn't a better sifter out there -- other styles rusted, or the flour flew out while cranking, or the squeeze handle caused hand cramps. I may try the electric sifter next because my hand tends to cramp easily, but that will only work with AP flour or bread flour. I can't believe someone hasn't invented a much better sifter for the baby boomer generation.
Kimberly Neukomm "Happy reader": Handle is comfortable, sifter design works very well and I love the cover for top and bottom-no powder messes in my cuboards-OXO never fails to impress me.
Laura Pilcher "mouse mistress": Another awesome product from OXO! Very ergonomic. Heavier gage mesh than pictured. Should last for the rest of MY life! Thanks Grandma, but the mesh wore out on your old one!!! Wish it had a handle on the side like Grandma's old one. The shaking can be a bit cumbersome for those that have a problem with repeatative motion difficulty.